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

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

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

Kinda Goals – Let It Go

Harking back to a simpler time of EDM, Kinda Goals’ ‘Let It Go’ gives you exactly that, simple, high-quality progressive electro. Made up of German producer Elexive and Nick Dyon, this is only the second release by the collaboration after Kemono last year.

NAAZ – Sadboy

With listens mounting up after a repost on Soundcloud it looks like ‘Sadboy’ might be on its way up since its release a month ago. With a few collaborations to her name, ‘Sadboy’ is Netherlands-based singer-songwriter Naaz’s first original release by the looks of it. With a tropical house cum alternative soul style, ‘Sadboy’ has … 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