Midnight Club – My Mind

With electronic music now spanning far and wide, it’s nice to hear newer artists are still creating disco and funk-infused dance music. The duo have been going for just under a year, producing what can only be described as feel-good disco. Think Duck Sauce meets Justice. ‘My Mind’ is no different, sampling Rufus’ 1978 record … Continue reading

By The Rivers – What You See (Polar Bears Can Dance Remix)

If you haven’t heard the original it’s a must listen if you’re after a little pick me up. New Navy, Two Door Cinema styled pop with a Afro-beat vibe, By The Rivers are definitely worth checking out. And now onto the remix… with a name like Polar Bears Can Dance you already know it’s going … Continue reading

1000volts – Lights Out

1000volts is a new collab by Redman & Jayceeoh (who’s remix of +1 we featured back in February). I love how this one really does apply to the trap sound, a perfect mix between hip-hop and electronic. Though the lyrics might be a little predictable, the vibe is great – chilled, tight and unique. ‘Lights … Continue reading

Hannah Wants – Dot Com

Another bonafide banger from bass-house extraordinaire Hannah Wants. ‘Dot Com’ sees Wants up the tempo a little, producing a record that is far more reminiscent of the Daft Punk sampling ‘Rhymes’ than previous release ‘Just’, instrumentally. Like many of its contemporaries, the vocals serve to simply emphasise the brooding nature of the track, fulfilling a purpose, yet achieving … Continue reading

Hotel Garuda – Smoke Signals

With one of the tightest basslines in recent weeks, Hotel Garuda’s ‘Smoke Signals’ is a certified tune! This one is out now to stream/download. Check it out below.

Sam Feldt – Shadows Of Love (ft. Heidi Rojas)

Premiered at Ultra last week, Sam Feldt has churned out yet another big record with ‘Shadows of Love’ (and if you haven’t heard ‘Hungry Eyes‘ you’ll be in for a pleasant surprise!) This one reminds me of early days Avicii blended against Duke Dumont, with a very big hook and catchy vocals opening up a … Continue reading