Few artists are able to master the ebb and flow of house music. It’s intricate. It’s dynamic. It’s cutting edge. Luckily, Dalton John’s EP, “Ready To Go” is all of the above. His EP is a breath of fresh air in a world of electronic music that can seem overly generic and repetitive at times. Check out Dalton John’s super fresh tracks.
“Cæruleum #26C4EC” by VXL is the best of both worlds. First off, it sounds great. Secondly, the visuals that go along with the track are stunning. Good quality, down to earth house music that has a tone that isn’t trying too hard is difficult to come about, but VXL has truly mastered it. Visually, the layered vibrant visual colors create a stunning backdrop that matches the organic medley of synths and bass. Chill out and vibe to this relaxing track.
The Lost Boys’ remix of “Stay” brings this DJ-duo to the next level. Although the DJ’s have roots in house music, this track proves that they’re more than just house DJ’s, they’re musicians. The DJ duo creates a holistic sound that’s current, yet cutting edge. It’s pushing boundaries in all the right places. Bump this track.
So I’m like 6 months late on this song, but it is so dope! What a unique trio we’ve got here. “Blow You Up” is the perfect song to chill out to tonight.
“Chosen personally by Wilsonn, fresh from his latest work with Mau5Trap protégé Attlas and co-writing his worldwide hits ‘Kayla‘ and ‘Batch’ – This mixtape consists of melodies that have added vocals to bring new meaning to handpicked original music that has inspired the up and coming artist.”
I’m so grateful for my friend sending along the new Tigers Are Bad For Horses song. “Helium” is innovative, using foley and layers to create a canvas of sound. The soul driven vocals are really the highlight of the song. Head over to SoundCloud to rinse the rest of their catalog.
Let Nashville’s beautiful indie pop project, Sawyer, stick a smile on your face with their latest balled, “Easy Now.” Here, joyful guitar riffs and sweet vocals all coalesce to create a magnificent soundscape brimming with good vibes. Enjoy it here!
The vocalist low key sounds like Drake but with his own swag, and I ain’t mad at it. LTC always crushes it on the production tip!
Haven’t heard of either of these guys but I love this record. Shout out to AUS / NZ!
“Live” by NOTNO is the sort of track I would imagine a DJ would bump at a rooftop bar at a bougie hotel in Los Angeles. But in a good way. On top of that, the cool vibe of this track has a mysterious feel to it that makes it emotionally enigmatic. I could imagine someone could interpret this track as sorrowful while another could interpret it as joyful. Have a listen and let me know what you think!