Remixed by BVRGER, you’ll most definitely have heard Corinne Bailey Rae’s original when it was released a few years ago. Brazilian styled with some pretty tasty beats behind it, this is one good flip.
So it’s not quite an original, with Blu J this time pulling out all the stops for Ariana’s ‘In To You’ with aplomb. I really like the early vocals in this, sounding out of time compared to the original but fitting in so well with the remix.
Stay with this one. With a little bit of a slow start you might be put off but wait until those pre-chorus lush chords drop in. Mellow. We don’t know a huge amount about LA based Baesic, other than it’s the name 18/19 year old Maddie likes to put tunes out on. But with a … Continue reading
After a number of remixes under their belts, it’s only natural for American duo Traveler to try their hand at a first original since re-launching. I have to say I was hugely excited to hear this and haven’t been disappointed. Though what ‘Forget Me’ lacks in the instant recognisable sounds of the remixes, it makes … Continue reading
With three mentions on the blog last year, Shaun Frank is an artist we’ve been watching closely and seen go from strength to strength in 2016. With multiple releases following his usual house sound, ‘Let You Get Away’ starts a little differently before dropping into a juicy instrumental chorus. This time Shaun Frank brings in … Continue reading
Pretty much dropping into the tropical/deep house box perfectly, ‘Chemistry’ is a great little debut from No Mondays and Steve Void, a Dutch producer who started making music at just 15 years old. This one makes me think that if Tiesto slowed down, his music would sound just like this. After some very popular remixes … Continue reading