Night Drive just released their newest pack of remixes, this time for the song AFTER DARK. It’s a great package of disco, house and chill electronica. All of these are a free download so snatch them up right now and meet your new favorite band!
Welcome to spring. We here in Oklahoma like to call this “Tornado Season.” While there haven’t been any cool storms here just yet, it is starting to rain again and today might be in the 40s while tomorrow might be in the 80s. Just a typical spring time in the central USA. Here’s some great songs to break in your first full week of April.
Happy April Fools to everyone. While this post isn’t a joke, I’m sure there are plenty of good fooleries going on in the world. Netflix has done my favorite joke so far with the episode of Sizzling Bacon. It’s very soothing in the morning.
Here’s a nice disco house track from Weekend Friends that will soothe over any bad feelings you’re feeling from getting pranked today.
Late nights in the big city always bring out the swingers. Hipsters in zoot suits in dark alley-ways; beat-boxers playing New Jack Swing on street corners; and French Horn Rebellion’s Next Jack Swing dance floor full of Band Geeks Gone Wild. In “Swing Into It” let Nini Fabi who, before forming HAERTS sang with FHR, lure you in to a swinging night: dark, buzzing with energy and just a little bit of intrigue.
Hey guys, it’s Tuesday again. I think Tuesdays are my least favorite days. I’m not sure. I actually don’t have a least favorite day, I’m just making all this up.
Anyways, here’s a random post of tracks from disco house to trap to dnb. What? ¯\_(?)_/¯
I went swimming through Soundcloud this morning to find some chill stuff to share with everyone. They all have free downloads if you look hard enough on their pages!
It’s doing that typical February snow this week in Oklahoma and I’m really feeling these tracks right now.
Look at all this dope music that you can download for free! How are you supposed to contain your excitement and work the computer at the same time?!
Sorry I wasn’t around the last 2 weeks. I was busy feeding the cats that live outside. That’s busy work, guys.
Thief was born when Sydney artist PJ Wolf traded in his guitars for synthesizers. Thief’s early demos found their way on to the internet and within weeks the blogosphere was alight with talk of this new Australian pop talent. Since his emergence as Thief, PJ has crafted a fresh minimalist sound rivalling the likes of contemporaries such as Metronomy, Miike Snow and Frank Ocean.