James Oaklander – Please Turn (Ft. Middle)

‘Please Turn’ instantly reminds me of Disclosure. Washed out beats, tight vocal tracks and rich synths galore, this one has us knodding our heads instantly. And that’s about all we can say about the Australian producer James Oaklander, but with a year of originals and remixes under his belt we are sure there will be … Continue reading

Traveler – Forget Me (Original Mix)

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

Steve Void & No Mondays – Chemistry (ft. Clara Mae)

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

XY&O – Chameleon (Famba Remix)

Taking things a little deeper this week are Famba, remixing XY&O’s ‘Chameleon’. With chilled vibes throughout, the remix doesn’t stray to far from the deepness of the original, stripping away the soft experimental guitars and adding a housier sound. From the initial soft piano into the pop styled drop, I’m a huge fan of this … Continue reading

Danelle – Chairs (Ronin Remix)

With a very chilled out vibe, Danelle’s ‘Chairs’ is the perfect track to usher in autumn in the UK. With a slowly building following, the Los Angeles based singer has formed something of an alliance with producer Salda. Ronin’s remix stays pretty true to the original, bringing the vocals to the top of the mix, … Continue reading

Gigamesh – History (Ft. Damon C Scott)

One of the biggest players on the scene, it’s always nice to hear something new from Gigamesh and this one is a certified banger. Dripping in cool, ‘History’ makes me think of Gregory Porter with effortless vocals from Damon C Scott. With a debut studio album on the way, ‘History’ has very much got us … Continue reading