This is a hell of a collaboritive project we’ve got right here. Lo-fi meets hip-hop meets funky house. Samples for days. Lovely stuff here.
Flamingosis’ new Mood Provider Mixtape is a mood changer. Get ready for warm, feel-good vibes!
Drew Love joins one of our favorites Louis The Child for a sick new collaboration. “Free” will make you feel as free as ever. Listen above now! If you get a chance to catch LTC anytime soon do yourself a favor and do it, they put on a great show.
Not sure who this artist is yet, don’t think anyone does, but the music is absolutely f*cking BONKERS. Both of these remixes are next level. Dive in above!
“..so I wrote stronger with Elanese and Chris Whitehall back in April 2018. In the last month of finishing the track the production changed so much and I made around five drops in total. Using only the best two drops, we ended up with this version and I hope you enjoy it!” – QUIX
Breaking The Fourth Wall is the latest album to come from the rising east coast based rapper, JS aka The Best. I first stumbled upon this dude back in 2016 when I heard the track “Chemistry” off his album Momentum / Renaissance Man and instantly fell in love with the laid back funk vibe he so effortlessly incorporated.
“Level up” is my favorite track off the new album. The tune delivers a feeling-filled intro which quickly builds into a high flying pop balled with enough energy to keep any dance floor rocking until sunrise. Don’t believe me? Check out the tune for yourself here!
Aziza and the Cure is quickly becoming one of my favorite alternative indie groups. The duo, comprised of Joelle and River, take influence from a wide range of avenues to create a unique genre they dub as Sympohnic Soul. Characterized by vibing violins, feeling-filled hooks, and conscious rap verses, I’ve had their latest track “Sun Song,” on repeat since it dropped a few days back.
This is the video of the year, no cap.
I am super late on Dom but IDGAF because he is amazing and I’m sure none of you know him either.
With a name like houses you are bound to create House music, luckily Still Woozy switched it up and really breathed some life into “Fast Talk”.