Swiss-South African sound designer Nora En Pure is gearing up to drop a brand new single this Friday via the Enormous Tunes crew. The track is titled “Sphinx“ and the release will come with the original version and an alternative mix. Knowing her attention to melody, we can be sure that they will contain beautiful instrumentals. She brings in a groovy guitar melody, her effervescent piano chords and majestic strings. Both versions are equally uplifting and captivating. The original casts a sun-kissed spell while the alternative mix serves up some nighttime fire. She definitely had festival season in mind when she put these together.
Galcher Lustwerk dons the identity of Road Hog once again as he presents the final Road Hog album titled “Spares.” Under the Road Hog alias the prolific producer has served up five stellar albums that were meant for “the open road.” This 808 laden ride is filled with hazy synths and soulful dub tracks. Eight ambient dreams comprise this solid release and mark the end of this memorable project. Check out the album teaser after the jump, as well as the download link.
We were wondering if Flight Facilities was going to release a remix package for “Stranded” given that the song is so beautiful already. And today they surprised us with a stunning remix from one of the duo’s favorite producers, Late Nite Tuff Guy! The disco vigilante transforms the track into a shimmering late night dance floor anthem. He takes the original builds and edits the vocals to fit into his charming nu disco composition. The bass is highlighted with a pinch of funk and a boost in the tempo to give it that extra bit of oomph. We can see why FF decided to make Late Nite Tuff Guy the first and only to handle remix duties for this track.
Mathieu Jomphe Lépine is the man behind the music project known as Billboard. The talented visual artist and music maker oscillates between Montréal and L.A churning out a steady stream of feel good remixes and originals. For his latest remix he takes on Scavenger Hunt‘s latest pop gem, ”Ghosts.” The result is an effervescent anthem that’s just the pick-me-up we needed to get over those Monday feels. It builds on the more sultry tones of the original with a dynamic and addictive groove.
About a week ago Sydney duo Night Tales dropped their sophomore single “Back 2 Me” and simultaneously serve up some serious spring open air dance floor vibes. It kicks off with a beautiful melody that introduces the vocals. Eventually we arrive at the drop with that infectious bass bounce to get everyone on their feet. Picture a warm sun setting on a dance floor with like minded revelers.
The remix package for jackLNDN‘s stellar new single “Bones” dropped a couple of weeks ago and we’ve had this A-Minor remix on repeat this week. Now, we know that jackLNDN originals are pretty much untouchable, but A-Minor knows exactly how to handle this single. He pumps the track full off resounding bass stabs to give you some of that dance floor fire. But it’s not only the bass treatment that has us swooning, he also injects this electro synth groove throughout the track with really rad flute melodies at each drop. This one is sure to get you in the mood for this weekend.
Le Youth teased about the remixes for his latest single “I Could Always” on his social media pages a few days back and we were really looking forward to hearing the Curt Reynolds take on the track. Curt injects a bit more house flavor with an uptempo groove that is geared for all those open air parties on the horizon. He keeps MNDR‘s vocals in the foreground as he builds this dance friendly environment around them. The builds that he added with those ultra potent drops are the stuff of dreams. Definitely one of our favorite remixes of the track.
The latest single from Bobby Nourmand is here to give you all the feels. This poignant deep house cut features piercing vocals from Laurent John who serves up a great vocal performance. The track pulses with plenty of bass and a driving groove. It’s a powerful vocal house moment from Bobby that’s beautifully composed and squeezes out every bit of emotion from those vocals.
We’re definitely vibing to this blissed out remix from the talented London based Pastel. He always seems to know how hit all the right spots and this take on Petit Biscuit‘s track, “Problems,” lives up to his unique brand of neo soul and R&B. He takes the original and slows it down to bring out more of that soulful edge. He gives Lido‘s vocals center stage with a much more soulful touch to bring out that slow jam appeal.
Montpellier based producer, musician and singer Kazy Lambist is always one-to-watch for us because he has a great grasp of what dance floors need. A few days ago he teased the release of his forthcoming EP titled ‘The City’ with a brand new track in collaboration with fellow French artist Glasses. Together they deliver a stunning single called “Love Song” that captures an air of effortless romance that could only come from two French boys. There’s enough funk in the bassline to get your hips in motion ever-so-slowly. Kazy and Glasses know exactly how to make us weak at the knees. Stream it after the jump.