Posted by VMan on July 29, 2016
The only aesthetic that could make this track better is if some reggae vocals were stacked on top. MADILLAC’s “Guardian’s Dub” is chill and centers itself around real instrumentals, a strong flow that makes the overall experience pleasant, and sweet vocal melody samples that string the theme together.
Whats next with this producer is unclear, he hasn’t dropped music in 3 months but I wish he would. If this dude created a network of house producers who dig and supported each others music, focused more on finishing and releasing tracks, and was a bit more personable on social media, I could see this dude going far.
Posted by APM on February 4, 2016
Singer/songwriter AViVA is kicking-off 2016 with a indie/electro-pop track called ‘Electric Venom’. While the Sydney based artist is known for her progressive electronic beats and lush powerful vocals, she works in various genres like reggae and hip-hop to give her a truly unique sound. 2016 should be a big year for AViVA, and ‘Electric Venom’ is a taste for whats coming! Check it out now, and be sure to follow her to stay up to date with her latest releases!
Alternative, Chill, Cover, Hip-Hop, Indie, Reggae | ACADEMY Flips The Temptations ‘My Girl’ To An Addicting Feel Good Hip Hop Jam
Posted by Matt Keene on December 3, 2015
Your favorite alternative/hip hop/reggae duo ACADEMY is back again, this time with a super fresh cover from the depths of the vault. This little ditty is a spin on the Temptations timeless song ‘My Girl‘ and is equally as addicting as their previous reggae cover of Biggie’s Juicy. My Girl, which was concocted by John That features good friend of ACADEMY and unknown to most, emcee Terrye who laid down some well written bars that fit the vibe of this song perfectly.
Posted by VMan on December 18, 2014
Wow, this remix by NightRider of Avicii and Wyclef Jean’s “Divine Sorrow” is divine, and a truly inspiring piece of music. The best part of it all, all the proceeds for the sale of this project go to RED, and AIDS Awareness. I vote more collaborations between progressive house producers and reggae artists, hint: Bob Sinclar “Love Generation” style, I guarantee these are hits waiting to be made! This is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on July 18, 2014
EFIX is always on that fiyah, going more then remixing classic jams, but actually recreating them in his Mediterranean flavor. This time, EFIX hits us with a Nas and Damian Marley cover of “Road To Zion” with Montpellier, France reggae artist XKAEM, and the track is some straight fire, it’s impossible not to vibe out to. I’ll have to be honest I’ve been holding on to this track for a good week before share it, before you’ll have to excuse me, I’ve been out here jamming, and I can’t wait to hear where he’s going to take his reggae sound next! I hear originals! This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: Damian Marley – Road To Zion ( EFIX & XKAEM Cover )
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on May 27, 2014
The peachy playlisters have done it again. To follow up their smash hit, “60 Sounds of Summer Vol. 1”, the blogstars have decided to give us a fresh batch of sixty songs to kick this summer off with.
“The Rebirth” contains everything from hip-hop to reggae to indie to EDM, and is guaranteed to be enjoyed all the way through when lounging by the pool.
Less words; more summer sounds.
Posted by mimada on November 11, 2013
Following the success of his previous FNT appearance, Tasmanian producer Akouo is back with another genre-defying remix. For those who haven’t heard, “Dancehall Queen” is this ridiculously turnt, Major Lazer-esque club reggae banger from Brisbane-based producers Sampology and DJ Butcher. There must be something in the water down under because I cannot keep up with all the talent Australia is turning out right now… Anyways, Akouo puts a darker, steadier, and more electro sounding spin on the original track, creating a more contrasting yet equally addicting remix. Check out the full remix EP on iTunes, featuring notable contributions from Artis and Tyler Touche, as well.