Have you ever felt like you are lost in club in Sweden and water begins to rush underneath the door. Thats what it feels like listening to Ronzel. With its subtle but insistent syths and summery pop vocal, it is sure to keep the dance alive in any setting. I’m excited to hear what comes up with next throughout the rest of the summer.
Holly Winter teamed up with SNBRN to create an irresistible sound. The production is as on-point as can be and Holly Winter’s vocals top it off for an excellent track. I think you guys are really going to dig this one.
Manila Killa is back with a sun-soaked track worthy of your summer playlist. “Youth” is a celebratory expression of the carefree feeling of being young and limitless. It’s got all the melodic synthwork you’d expect from Manila, plus the smooth vocals of Satica. To top it off, it’s catchy as hell, chilled, and beautiful. Check it out here and keep up with Manila Killa on Soundcloud.
This left field pop tune by the electronic musicians MRGD and SAKIMA just dropped today titled “Skin Deep.” With powerful female vocals from MRGD and vibing, forward thinking production from SAKIMA, the tune’s an excellent addition to any pop music junky’s library. The duo says they have a lot of work in store for the future together; we can’t wait to hear what’s next.
“Miles Away” is the latest greatest from the up-and-coming pop house artist, Paul Mayson. The rhythmic keys will hook you in right off the bat, building on a classic house progression that doesn’t disappoint. Mayson seems to be refining his house sound with every new release, I’ll be on the lookout to see where he takes it.
This guy Ronzel has been on my radar for a while, pumping out quality electronic remixes and originals. I’ve heard that there are some big things in store for this artist and I recommend you keep an eye out. In the meantime peep this remix of a song we all know and love, 2Pac’s “Changes.”
The rising electronic artists Josh Jacobson and Samuel Proffitt recently combined their talents to drop this sentimental, slow song called “Andre.” Sensual vocals and pensive percussion make this one just right for a quiet night in. If you’re looking a smooth and soulful track, definitely throw this one on.
Man, I really am enjoying this fresh dance act Matroda. His new track “Flow” is grooving and perfect for a dance floor. You know drill, hit play.
Wheathin grabbed my attention a few months back with an awesomely catchy remix of Opia’s “Fallin.” This made me look back on his catalogue of remixes. What I found was a goldmine of energetic electronic music. It’s pretty impressive, considering he’s only 17.
Wheathin is the alias of Chicago’s Ethan Snoreck, a name you should become familiar with if you’re not already. He’s received a lot of praise from artists and blogs alike for his massive mixes of “Blase,” “Suicide,” and “City Of The Rose” just to name a few.