LeMarquis – Hurricane (Feat. Alo Lee)

Self tagged dreamy R&B is certainly a shift away from the dirty house tunes we usually hear from LeMarquis. Although it is a bit slower, you can still hear the effortless yet high quality production and intensified sexy backdrops which complement vocals from Alo Lee. The London based singer songwriter was apparently sent the raw … Continue reading

Jarreau Vandal – Nobody Else (feat. Brasstracks & Niya Wells)

With the jazzy brass from Brasstracks, funky basslines and effortless vocals from Niya Wells, ‘Nobody Else’ is on repeat at the moment. Signed to LA-based label Soulection, Dutchman Jarreau Vandal started produced aged 16 and notes influences amongst Jamiroquia, A Tribe Called Quest and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Diverse, to say the least. Tt’s clear … 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

Hugh – Learn To Fall (Aveno Remix)

With perhaps one of the best usernames going on soundcloud, Hugh is actually a band. And there isn’t even anyone called Hugh in said band. Anyway, there’s nothing confusing about Hugh’s style, with sultry, sexy and powerful lyrics intertwined with off beat piano riffs, minimal processing and an XX style performance. I really like the … Continue reading

Disclosure – Omen ft. Sam Smith

We can’t lie and say we weren’t uber excited when this one popped up! After the success of ‘Latch’, it’s easy to assume that the Disclosure x Sam Smith mix is a match made in heaven. ‘Omen’ really does represent a maturing in style for the UK electronic duo. It still features that defined rich … Continue reading

BeyoncĂ© – Kitty Kat (Cavalier Remix)

Still dripping with the Pharrell infused stab synths, 17 year old Cavalier switches up Beyonce’s album track into a sultry, slow and very chilled out R&B wonder. And… bounce.