Tasty treat time from one who may have just been born in the wrong era. Dare this be called Disco revival? Or New Disco? Rather just Disco, pure 80’s influence fully capable of popping out a perm from one’s dome piece. Support for quality reasoning, plus Canadian artist reasoning. Also, help this bae chart!
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Align your root chakra with the homegirl Heartwreck. Our latest and most frequent internet connect in the game. Her production tends toward the Mid Tempo and internet influence but doesn’t stop there. Fusion is her beat kitchens theme. ‘Back Yo’ is the first piece of a bigger cake soon to come, and her tone set for 2k15. Get your spiritual ish on and crunk in unison.
Want to feel like the most fabulous of drag queens on the most fabulous of catwalks? I know I always do.
Queue up this house edit from Simon Field, a Norwegian producer who has worked on audio teams for American TV shows including Californication.
For this track he’s collaborated with Londoner Easton Davis, whose backup vocal credits include Queen, George Michael, and David Bowie.
Keep it late-night and glittery, friends.
Find Simon Field on the web at www.simonfield.no and on Instagram, Soundclound, and Facebook as simonfieldofficial.
Electro-swing (or swing-hop) saw a huge rise in popularity over the course of 2014. Any fans of the jazzy emerging genre should get to know the name ProleteR (if they haven’t already). Hailing from Toulouse, France, this producer/beatmaker has this to say about his music:
“You can download, share and use all my stuff as background music for free as long as you keep it non-profit, and that you credit me with links to my pages. Thanks!”
The follow up to ‘Yeezus’ has been staved off by singles and production credits for nearly a year now. In a suprise drop this past December Ye released a personal song about his daughter North West. All keys, no drums, and the ever so tear jerking auto tune sangin’. Kim says it makes her cry every time she listens to it, which sounds like a lot :'( On the flip side of the fame pyramid Detroit based Ethan Garcia aka Volknor stripped it of much of the personal lyrics making a tad more workable into what is now, frankly, a future banger. Drums and heavy synth work bring it out of KKW’s cold dead eyes and into the earbuds of the populus. The only thing better in the original is how black Kanye says “smile” .
Just know before you get full blown judgemental that the selections original is nearly unrecognizable. Only when the lyrics are in play would anyone know it’s an actual NSYNC track. And don’t worry, JT’s or any other members voice is completely unrecognizable. It wouldn’t make it on this site otherwise. Just click play and get some unexpected in your day. You can love or hate Paige on his socials File under House.
The pairing of these two goes way beyond cray. Two of the baddest names in club music together on the one label that has gone the distance, time and time again. A-Trak and Catchdubs make no mistake in their labels catalog. UNiiQU3 being the newest to fandom prosperity has yet to blow many more systems, and having Brenmar and Fools Gold at her back is going to elongate her reach in a big underground way. You can bank on this being played out for many parties to come.
Alien Rooster is the lead single from Toronto indie/electronic artist Daniel Oh, who produces music as d.oh. Some mellow morning indie vibes on top of pretty, piano-heavy beats that should resonate with fans of James Blake.
Now feels like a good time to go ahead and call out a future name from the Vancouver game. Two new tracks have surfaced from the producer who’s former name will be left out just in case. Both of which (newly surfaced tracks) are of style in which the city seems to be getting best reception for. Underground reception a the very least. Why this name will be a more prevalent one in your feed in time to come you will can be found out within 10 seconds of play on both (newly surfaced tracks ).
The mere image of Timbaland reminds of Missy Elliot. And it just so happens that Missy is the trend of the cloud and bootleg. It’s all a throwback tip, the way it is is all. Thinking back to high school ‘The Way I Are’ and Timba’s Shock Value this was the one holding the most reliable lyrics to finance and dating. “I don’t got a house, I rent a room in a house” .. “I like you just the way you are. How pre 20’s, what a way to pitch a prospect boo. ‘The Way I Are’ , now in Deep House.
On the iPod of ever other chick Mr. Probz Nov 13 chart topper can be found. The producers of the Netherlands seem to have a number of formulas that circle around within the country and regularly spill out into the mainstream. Formulas good to the point of not being able to escape the music unless you avoid the demographic you want to lay entirely. It’s just not worth it, you have to pick your battles. And how bad can engineered actually be? Pretty bad actually, just pick your battles. On the latest flip of a track that has just as well or better in remix, Vancouver islands Whipped Cream up stepped the dreamy, sandy beach envisioning track into a higher bpm Bmore x Jersey clubber. Perhaps a happy medium in the struggle of adapting to chick music or top 40 where less wanted. Free on the DL.
Turns out the name ‘White Noise’ , (and various misspellings) are quite popular. So often language falls short of describing sound. Let alone the emotions they evoke. Today’s dose of washing white noise comes cresting the waves from the shores of Japan. Tokyo based producer, songwriter and DJ HVNS offers his latest in remixes through hidden “buy” link.