Breakbot and Irfane are back at it and serving up all the blissed out disco glamour that we’ve been craving lately. Their latest is titled “Devotion” and it will definitely be the cause of your spontaneous dance party this weekend. You’ll know exactly what we mean once that twang in the guitar and bassline hits your ears and you grow weak at the knees. The single is lifted from their new ‘Another You’ EP which is finally out and available here. We’re completely hooked. Check it out up above.
Last Friday, The Knocks released their new album ‘New York Narcotic‘ and so far has been receiving well deserved praise. The announcement of the release was made back in the beginning of August with a string of photos highlighting new merch and the cover art, as well as a that banger they dropped featuring Method Man. According to the duo they’ve been really excited about this one and here is what they posted on their Facebook:
“We’ve spent a year and a half working on this album non stop, turning down tours and shows to focus and make it the best thing we possibly could. Although we’ve released many bodies of work before we feel like this one is the most personal, the most real & the most us. It feels like we’re just getting started. We can’t wait for you guys to hear it.”
And a couple of days ago they shared the full stream for the track “Don’t Talk Love” which has been on repeat all day today for us. Take it for a spin below!
This one comes at us from New Zealand musician HIGH HØØPS who recently dropped his debut album with the folks over at A Label Called Success. The album is called ‘Seasons On Planet Earth’ and it contains 11 originals that span various genres and are guaranteed to bring plenty of feel good vibes. It ranges from disco to R&B to alt rock to hip hop. One of our favorites is “Madly” with a melodic R&B and disco touch that will draw you closer to the dance floor with each passing second. Download link after the jump!
Roche Musique adds a new duo to their roster and presents an impressive and super charming debut single called “La Plage.” Only one of the members of this duo is a new face and that’s because it is composed of Roche veteran Kartell and his childhood friend Alex Gonzalez. Together they make up RIVAGE and deliver this sultry new single that is perfect for a bit of beachside romance with that special someone. The track features vocals from Fernõ and comes with a brand new video with all three performing the song surrounded by vibrant colors. Check out the video after the jump!
(Photo by Chris Brown)
London’s Bearcubs unleashed a solid deep electronic cut a few weeks back that has finally reached our ears. His latest single is called “Haunts” and just as the name suggests it’ll linger in your mind long after the song is over. Shuffling percussion leads us into undulating synthscapes that interweave with the powerful bass. This one was written while he was putting together his album last year, but it didn’t fit with the rest of the album so he opted for a single release. Grab your copy here.
The weekend is here and the heat is still lingering here in SoCal. And that means we’re going to soak up the last remnants of summer poolside and hopefully with a great soundtrack on hand. Fortunately, we have a brand spanking new remix package here from one of our favorite producers, Dynamique! Remember about four months back when he dropped a shimmering Daft Punk inspired nu disco cut called “Anything I Do”?
Well, in those months he’s been hard at work building up a top notch remix package featuring four amazing renditions from Monoteq & Grisha Gerrus, Alex Harrington, Collioure and Maratta. You’ll get a taste of everything from indie dance to nu disco to deep house and, of course, copious amounts of sun-kissed euphoria. Those vocoder vocals are the cherry on top of each version. The remixes are out now courtesy of the Popgang Records crew! Full streams after the jump.
This one is for all you looking to party this weekend! The tastemakers over at Blanc shared this surging freebie to get you in the mood. We should all be familiar with the classic 80s and 90s house trio Black Box that had hits that remain our favorites to this day. “Ride On Time” is one of those tracks that you can drop into a set and watch the dance floor light up. So when we saw that George Marshman put his golden touch on it we knew the track would be in good hands. He bumps up the bass and tempo and uses Martha Wash’s vocals beautifully. Check it out up above! And grab the free download here.
(Picture borrowed from Lobster Records)
London’s Anti Skate crew showers us with bops on bops. They just shared a sampler of a new EP getting ready to drop from Brighton up-and-comer Tech Support. Four aurally delectable house cuts make up this outing and we’re here for ALL OF THEM. They even got support from the folks over at Mixmag yesterday when they premiered the euphoric B-side club anthem “Friends.” You’ll catch three soulful, funk tinged originals from Tech Support as well as a remix from Jesse Bru. Pre-order link after the jump!
Kelela teams up with Kaytranada for a sultry rendition of her song “Waitin.” If you’ve heard a Kaytranada flip before then you know he lays it down every single time. This remix is soft when it needs to be and also ready to get you on the dance floor when the mood strikes. Kelela’s vocals pierce deep and are given the space to really shine. It’s so good that it should really be on the soundtrack for an episode of Insecure because whoever is in control of the music on that show is on point. Catch this remix and a whole slew of other ones on Kelela’s ‘TAKE ME A_PART, THE REMIXES’ slated for an October 5th drop. Stream the remix up above!
This next one is serving up some saucy Detroit house vibes courtesy of the talented Javonntte. He’s welcomed to the wewillalwaysbealovesong family with a debut EP titled ‘January People.’ Three proper house cuts are on deck and are guaranteed to have your ears perked up and those hips in motion. Our favorite is “All Right“ with a swinging jazzy beat, plenty of bass, soulful crooning and even some vocoder action for that extra bit of oomph.