Introducing greyhat, an electronic artist coming to you live from the pine tree state, aka Maine. His new remix of The 1975 is absolutely stunning; an intricate reworking of “The Birthday Party” that’s warm and wistful and everything an indie rock remix should be. Greyhat gets glitchy and weird with chopped vocals, speedy drum patterns, and layers of trippy effects. …
Brand new electronic group Emu Creek mesmerize with their debut song, “Time I Feel.” I’d say I’m anxiously awaiting their next song, but the first one has me feeling way too relaxed to worry about it. “Time I Feel” is a progressive house tune that gracefully evolves—ultimately hitting a peak around 3-minutes-in when warm waves of angelic vocals crash into …
Knxwledge + Khruangbin = 💙 The best of both styles ooze together in this collaborative reworking of “Dearest Alfred.” Knxwledge’s hazy samples and instrumentation cruise alongside Laura Lee’s airy vocals, creating a pleasantly repetitive groove. The effect is warm and hypnotic, which is everything you’d hope to hear from a pairing like this.
The new one from duo Bronze Whale is as smooth as butter. It’s got a great melody and the kind of lush production these guys excel at, which is probably why it’s been bouncing around in my head all weekend. Get in your feels and check it out below.
Every shipwreck needs a setting sun 🌅. I really like those lyrics and I really like the easy vibe of Otherwise Fine‘s new song, “Shipwreck.” On this one they work with vocalist Emily Rowed to create a warm & cozy tune that hits ya right in the feels. This duo continues to impress; be sure to follow them on SoundCloud …
hawk. is an alias of one of my fave producers: charlesthefirst. His glitchy style is complex and organic and it’s made him a regular in the outdoor festival scene. This new side project is full of unreleased edits and originals—my favorite being the super smooth playboi carti flip. Listen via soundcloud below.
You may not know it, but producer Jim-E Stack and Bon Iver have worked together before, with Jim-E contributing to Bon Iver’s 2020 single, “PDLIF“. I’m glad to hear them back at it with a new collaboration—an upbeat and poppy song called “Jeanie”. These guys obviously have great chemistry and I’d love to hear more collabs down the road.
Prepare your mind for a gorgeous new remix from the one and only, Tycho. The supremely talented producer puts his chilled touch on this one in a big way – transforming The Knocks‘ “Bodies” into a hypnotizing pop groove. I liked the original but I love this remix.
I’m glad Slow Magic has returned. The enigmatic, mask-wearing producer has been a favorite of mine for many many years. “Somewhere” is the first track on his phenomenal new EP, Closer 2 U, and it takes me back in time.
Rising producer Very Yes needs to be on your radar, especially after hearing his new song “Paper.” It’s a soothing combination of organic and electronic sounds that has me feeling all kinds of ways. I especially love the artificial vocal sounding pieces going on in this one—very catchy. Check it out below and head to his SoundCloud for more.