One of our personal favorite duo’s Wild & Free recently delivered a new record called “River of Nile” and it’s blissful. Consisting of Drew Kramer and George Cochrane, the two have been perfecting their blend of dance music for sometime now and obtaining appreciation from the likes of SPIN and XLR8R. I can’t wait to hear what they have in store for us.
It’s always good to have a big concert jam in your back pocket for the right situation. Caroline D’Amore brings you a track that is just that. The LA-based producer appropriately titles this new song, “Come To California.” Listen up and enjoy.
The Finish disco master, Lenno, returns with his latest release “Fever” and it’s sick. Groovy and perfect for any dance floor, “Fever” has been stuck on repeat all day for me. Be sure to head over to his Twitter to keep up with his releases.
Damn this song is mind blowing. Wavy synths and perfect lyricism to match, Royal keeps us on our toes with his newest song. I for one know that this will be on repeat. Enjoy!
Alizzz and Moving Castle team up for a dreamy release. This week I bring you the Your Love EP. With exciting future pop elements and a style of sound that fits Moving Castle perfectly, this EP is probably the only thing ill be listening to all weekend. Stream below and grab a copy off itunes
Casper & B. impress us with their very first release. “Sneak” is a hidden banger that we feel fortunate to have come across. With lyrical work done by Pell, Michael Christmas, Wonda, and Maarlon, “Sneak” goes on for a good 5 minutes approaching new sounds, new flows and all kinds of different production styles. For all the hip-hop heads out there, you don’t want to miss out on this one.
One new artist you will want to have on your radar is CLVY. The production quality on his first two tracks is almost flawless and we can only expect more great things down the line. Listen to CLVY’s new remix of “CHA CHA” and find out for yourself what I’m talking about.
Here’s a new name. Owen Rabbit. This producer is on point even though he’s only had one release prior to this one titled “Denny’s”. However, quality always trumps quantity and that really resonates in this song. Hit play and enjoy.