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

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

Nick Peters – Bluff (Original Mix)

So where does this sit on the tropical house spectrum? With a very jazzy saxophone and some laid back beats, great vocals and lush piano, ‘Bluff’ does stand out from the rest. The French producer from Tours has done well here and is very new to the scene! Looking forward to more!

Zedd & Aloe Blacc – Candyman

After the brilliant, experimental second album, Zedd has made something of a surprise return with ‘Candyman’. Though a return to the poppy sounds akin to the collaboration with Ariana Grande, it’s still a great record, with expert vocals provided by Aloe Blacc, creating that Avicii feel. The two were put together by none other than … Continue reading

Disclosure – Holding On (ft. Gregory Porter) [Gus Pirelli VIP 7″ Disco Mix]

Disclosure’s imminent album announcement after the release of ‘Holding On’ sounds like largely more of the same, and why not change a winning formula? I’m a big fan of the original and stumbled on this remix a couple of days ago. Gregory Porter’s soulful vocals shine through in this disco epic. I love the retro … Continue reading

Sam Padrul – Skylight (Ft. Alex Lewis)

Last time we posted about Sam Padrul it was for the lazy disco ‘Feel The Love’, and ‘Skylight’ is no different. It’s got a Daft Punk style to it, which clearly means it couldn’t get any better! Poppy, funky, infused with all the good that comes with electronic music and mixed with a sultry bassline. … Continue reading