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.
The new collab from Ta-Ku and Panama is a suuuper smooth groove. There’s a lot of classic instrumentation in “Cruel” – sweeping strings and acoustic piano are backed by a snappy beat, with vocals that set up a sultry vibe. It’s excellent late night music.
This song came outta nowhere and it’s the perfect summer jam. Producer Kito teams up with heavyweights ZHU and Jeremih to craft a bright and bouncy dance tune that’s undeniably catchy. The speedy house beat and warm synths coast alongside Jeremih’s vocals, which are always top notch. If you’re looking for an upbeat tune to get you moving, look no further than “Follow.”
Love this new freshness from Perth, Australia based producer Silva. This is an artist who’s in a lane of his own—his style doesn’t sound like anything else out right now. His latest offering, “Freeze,” starts smoothly and evolves into a serious banger, complete with a high-octane drop that’ll blow your hair back. I can’t get enough of it.
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.
The wait is finally over; Glass Animals deliver on the hype with their third studio album, Dreamland. The group’s signature fusion of electronic, indie, and pop is on full display throughout the entirety of the project, with one quality track after another. This one will be getting plenty of plays from me. Listen to the full album below, along with one of my favorite songs, “Tangerine.”
Producer duo MEMBA enlist thomboi for vocals on their smooth new single, “Strider.” You definitely don’t want to sleep on these guys—everything they come up with is incredibly refreshing and unique, and “Strider” is a shining example of what they bring to the table.
Here’s a silky smooth new tune from Aussie artist cln. This guy makes some seriously melancholic music that’s best described as a blend of electronic, indie, and r&b.
Louis The Child enlisted 8 talented artists to remix their summery pop single, “Little Things”, and these guys came through in a big way. All of the producers involved made the song their own and crafted 8 wildly unique sounding songs. Hands down, my favorite of the bunch is sumthin sumthin‘s playfully bouncy rendition. He pairs Quinn XCII‘s and Chelsea Cutler‘s poppy vocals with really cool rubbery synths and a beat that effortlessly chugs along. It’s not all fun and games though; the last drop switches things up with a new lead and pulsing bass, making for an unexpectedly aggressive change of pace. Check it out below and listen to all 8 of the remixes here.