Another track to help you float through this Saturday afternoon. London based producer KAASI has produced this beautiful remix for DrDr and asks that you “enjoy this with some good headphones and a cup of tea.” Oh ok then! Enjoy.
We heard this delicious number in a Bondax set a while back and have been looking forward to the release ever since. Dropping last week, the French duo Cherokee have brought us this disco-tinged masterpiece.
Uber cool and effortless, featuring the distinctive vocals of Darianna Everett, this soothing track bounces along, making everything feel just that little bit better! On repeat. Grab your copy here.
What a difference the bpm makes. Journey into love by the excellently named Lonnie Liston Smith, whilst an unarguably groovy track that would not be out of place on the track list for a new Miami cop show, has limited club appeal. Enter Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee. This edit has the sort of stopping power to fell a white rhino, due in large part to the increase in pace, however the lyric chopping and selection is something else. Enjoy!
As we await the release of his LP in 2014, UK fellow Star Slinger is keeping up anticipation with his latest remix of Izzy Bizu’s White Tiger. Some snappy beats accompany soulful vocals, giving us a slick, upbeat track. Keep your eyes peeled for info on his album release – and in the meantime, download this for free!
The one man British act Ambassadeurs (AKA Mark Dobson) released his most recent EP ‘Alone in the Light’ about a month ago. This is one that I’m loving at the moment! All four tracks are definitely worth a listen, however the first track ‘Ardour’ is a highlight for me. An ambient sound with a dreamy soundscape and slightly menacing breakdowns, this is definitely one to check out.
With a brand new song just released for free download, this dude knows how to keep us happy. ‘Between’ is a tune that sticks true to this Brighton boy’s eclectic sound. Swirling synths and some cool as vocals are brought together with a beating bass and a whole lotta atmosphere. We’re loving it!
Settling into Melbourne life. Waiting for the summer to arrive. As we do, here is a mix I’ve put together with a selection of tunes I’ve been listening to recently. It’s the kinda sound I’ve been digging a lot recently. Give it a spin and see/hear for yourself! Full tracklist below.
- Lonely Boy – Shut Your Mouth
- Claes Rosen – Wonderful
- Urulu – Lonely Weekend
- Thrilogy – Bound By Enchantment
- Session Victim – Random Blues
- Motor City Drum Ensemble – Send A Prayer (Part 1)
- Monitor 66 – Nyx
- HNNY – Mys
- Cosmic Kids & Fingerpaint – Manteiga
- Outboxx – The Fade
- JammHot – Out for the Count
- Tiga – Hot in here (Antony Toga Remix)
One fateful night in Ibiza, two young Austrian fellows, Max Gain and Kevin Richi, met. It was here they realised their mutual passion for music. By 5am they were in a hotel room making beats, and that morning FlicFlac was born.
Releasing their brand new track a few days ago, ‘Hope’ the boys are upholding their reputation for creating tunes that will uplift and inspire. Throwing in some funky drums and a sexy as saxophone, we’ve got one dope release on our hands. Plus it’s a free download, hell yeah!
Combining their individual musical styles, Sydney boys Flume (Harley Streten) and Chris Emerson (Emoh Instead) collaborated and created What So Not. The boys were quickly shot to success after an almost overnight release of their remix of Major Lazer’s ‘Get Free’ with praise from others in the business and huge hype surrounding the track.
Continuing on their journey, their four track EP ‘The Quack’ was released four months ago (check it out), and now, ready to rock our worlds, the boys have released a brand new track ‘Touched’.
The finalisation of a track they started the very first time they got together in the studio (in 2010), this one was certainly worth the wait. With trappy breakdowns, bongo drums and some serious bass, these boys have certainly created something different. Do I dare say a masterpiece? Oh and the best bit? It’s a free download – get on it.