L.A’s very own Promnite is gearing up to drop a new EP with the taste-makers over at Fool’s Gold Records. It came as a very pleasant surprise because it had been a while since he released new music. The EP is called ‘Exist’ and earlier today they shared the first single titled “Swim“ featuring vocals from B. Lewis. Pulsing and bouncing bass combines with timeless piano chords and vibrant percussion. It’s a total staple for sending out those good vibes to the dance floor.
This next combination is the stuff of dreams. Tensnake puts a retro electro spin on L.A based indie pop trio Milo Greene. He remixes their latest single, “Move,” off their forthcoming 3rd album ‘Adult Contemporary‘ which is slated for a September 7th release. And yesterday the trio released the music video for the track that is so damn charming that we can’t seem to lift our fingers off the repeat button. The track already had a cheeky 80′s sensuality to it that Tensnake was able to build on. Sharp synth chords, a sultry bassline and a super infectious Italo Disco groove are always a winning combo, not to mention that chorus is iconic. Stream it after the jump!
An unforeseen issue with the release of his new single gives Jerry Folk the chance to drop a different track. It’s called “Charlotte” and it’s named after the vocal sample lifted from Charlotte Day Wilson’s song “Find You.” The heartfelt vocals pair beautifully with the melancholic chords progressions. His new single is slated to drop this coming Monday so we’ll keep an ear out for that. In the meantime, enjoy this blissed out anthem.
London based producer FABICH has been enjoying the sun here in California these last few weeks. And he also shared that while he’s been in the area he’s working on some exciting projects with the likes of Pat Lok, Hablot Brown, Claire Mortifee and more! A couple of weeks ago he dropped his latest single, “Time,” with alluring vocals from singer/songwriter Nefera. He’s been churning out some super sultry, soulful R&B lately and this track is right up there with our favorites.
We crave disco at all hours and it’s great when we happen to stumble onto one with a glossy summer sheen. This sun-kissed dose of feel-good grooves is brought to you by one of L.A’s most promising newcomers, Never Dull! If you follow the blog you know that we have become big fans of his soulful brand of house music. A few weeks back he put his spin on SlowSupreme‘s single “Green Tea” and it was premiered with the tasteful music channel LTB Music. Enjoy it poolside!
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We’re all about a good Kaytranada edit and this just happened to pop up a few hours ago. He also has a habit of choosing the best tracks to put his golden touch on and this time around he breathes new life into a Sade classic. He serves up a soulful, slightly funky and jazzy edit for “Kiss Of Life” that melts in your ear. It’ll have you smiling from ear to ear as you glide across the dance floor with that special someone.
Yotto‘s signature progressive house soundscapes are on full display in his forthcoming album, ‘Hyperfall,’ set to drop at the beginning of September. So far, the Anjunadeep crew has unleashed two singles off his ambitious debut album. The latest was just shared earlier today and it’s called “Hear Me Out.” The track features sombre vocals from Finnish singer Laudic flanked by driving percussion and expansive chords. Stream the track up above!
Urulu is back and flexing a new release with the folks over a Kalahari Oyster Cult. It’s a new EP titled ‘Foreign Depths’ coming in hot with three new originals and a remix from Ex-Terrestrial. The guys over at Ransom Note premiered one of the track a few days ago and it’s called “Transworld.” The track boasts vibrant splintered beats with interstellar synths that give it a space age vibe. Check it out up above.
The stellar title track off Eli & Fur‘s latest EP gets a deep electronic rework from French DJ and producer Rodriguez Jr. He maintains the deep melodies from the original and builds on them with cascading synth lines. It has a raw low end quality that gives it a darker vibe that’s more brooding. He’s well known for his emotive dance anthems and this remix is an excellent example of what he does. Dive in after the jump.
Bring out the disco balls and neon lights because Final DJS is back with a brand new single. This one is called “Boogie Inferno“ and just as the name suggests it’s a total feel-good dance floor burner that is ripe for the picking. And to top it off, he’s giving it away for free! Who can turn down gloriously funky disco like this? You might want to stand up for this one. Enjoy!