The Weeknd – I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)

After the brilliant ‘Starboy’ I was hugely excited to hear the second collaboration between The Weeknd and Daft Punk. ‘I Feel It Coming’ should perhaps be flipped over – this one definitely sounds like The Weeknd featuring on a Daft Punk track, placed somewhere between the live orchestration and funk-throwback styles of Random Access Memories … Continue reading

Tim Legend – Soda City Funk

In a word, infectious. If you’re planning any weekend pool parties, looking for some new walkout music… make sure this makes an entrance. With a funky start the vocals drop into a fast paced bowl and all I can think of is summer! The South Carolina based producer’s star is rising fast – watch this … Continue reading

Loud Luxury – Old Man

The story is Loud Luxury stumbled across a Nina Simone documentary on Netflix, heard ‘Sinnerman’ and turned it into what is now ‘Old Man’. With a solid, and very 90s sounding, piano riff, ‘Old Man’ is stand up feel good house. Loud Luxury, formed by university friends Andrew Fedyk & Joe Depace, have a handful … Continue reading

Natalie Cressman – The Hills (The Weeknd Cover)

After a huge underground following and the global success of ‘Can’t Feel My Face’, the next single from The Weeknd is proving to be just as popular. I really like the dark and sultry nature of ‘The Hills’, but this cover almost completely removes that aspect, adding a chilled out, almost Drake like vibe. And … Continue reading

Dallas Cotton – Sometime (feat. Brasstracks)

Let us introduce you to Dallas Cotton. Hailing from Portland, Oregon he was previously known as Yung Bae but changed name a couple of months ago, either way, this guy knows how to write a tune. Teaming up with Brasstracks, who are also well worth checking out, ‘Sometime’ is a groovy brass driven dance tune. … Continue reading

Tobtok – Savanna (feat. River)

Kitsune have a real pedigree when it comes to music. Tobtok’s ‘Savanna’ is no different, with a dreamy melodic house tune. This is very much the Swedish producer’s take on the brugeoning tropical house scene, but as with most of his releases, it’s dripping with his own style. Whilst this was originally an instrumental about … Continue reading