Monday, 29 February 2016

AUDIO: La Boum Fatale - No Tongue In Cheek (feat. Asbjørn) @laboumfatale @asbjornmusic


The first time I heard this track from German producer La Boum Fatale I was pretty confused. The sounds were all over the place and I just couldn't place it but after a few listens I learnt that that's the magic of this track. It feels like it's a track plucked straight from 2036 and unapologetically invades your headphones.

Released on Sinnbus Records - check this one out.


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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

AUDIO: ROMANS ft Rejjie Snow - Prisoner @ThisIsROMANS


ROMANS has been artist that has been on my radar for a long time now. Mainly due to his production and writing credits on other peoples tracks (Lapsley, AlunaGeorge etc) but also because of his feature last year on Gorgon City's track Saving My Life.

It seems like that track never made it to single status for the Gorgon but no worries as it seems that Romans was sitting on some fire anyway in the form of new single Prisoner featuring Rejje Snow. Check it!


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Monday, 22 February 2016

AUDIO: Ren Phillips - Blue Ruin (ft Namuli) @Ren_Phillips


After the release of his Annie Mac supported single ‘Comfort In Your Company’, West London born and bred producer Ren Phillips is back with his new anthemic single ‘Blue Ruin’ featuring singer-songwriter Namuli.



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Thursday, 18 February 2016

AUDIO: Aisha Badru - Happy Pretending @aisha_badru


New York based singer songwriter Aisha Badru delivered a great air of innocence and sincerity with this track that I just love. It's like she wraps you up in her beautiful vocals and fearlessly launches into your ears. Does that make any sense? No? Ok cool - just listen.




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Monday, 15 February 2016

AUDIO: Henrietta - Something More @Henrietta_UK


London based songstress Henrietta started my Monday off right with her new track Something More. As a big fan of Kwabs you can tell that similar him she sings with strength and soul. Love this track!


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Friday, 12 February 2016

AUDIO: Chiara Hunter - Hammer @thechiarahunter


Another great track here from powerhouse Chiara Hunter. I was lucky enough to see her perform last year and she smashed it so I can only imagine the damage she's going to do on the forthcoming Jess Glynee tour she's on.


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AUDIO: Walker & Montis - Don't @walkerdj4e @montisofficial


Just been sheer randomness I stumbled across this remix and what a gem it is! Check it out from France producer Walker and Netherlands born Montis. 


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Thursday, 11 February 2016

AUDIO: Pote - Red Moon @PoteMusic


St Lucian born London based lovely, Pote smashed it again with his new track Red Moon. The Soca and Kuduro sounds inspired track is a serious vibe. Through being supported by the likes of Annie Mac and Black Butter Records Pote has really taken off which is unsurprising as it's exciting to see someone bring a new sound to the UK mainstream.



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AUDIO: Two Another - Keeping Me Under @twoanother


It's been a cool two months since Australia duo made a big mark on the blog world with their debut track Higher. They're now back with another great track titled 'Keeping Me Under' - still keeping their cards close to their chest the duo haven't revealed anything about a full length project so these singles will have to satisfy us until then.




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Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Friday, 5 February 2016

AUDIO: Andrew Grant - Slow Burn @andrewgrantdj


I'd never heard of Andrew Grant before this point which is a shame because if any of his other songs sound like this I've been missing out!!


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Thursday, 4 February 2016

AUDIO: Bre/akup - Roads To Rome / Your Ex


One momentary collaboration between Saturday, Monday and Julia Spada resulted in these beautiful tracks. The Swedish duo have created some great dream pop here under the alias Break Up.




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Monday, 1 February 2016

AUDIO: Fortunes. - Bomber @FortunesBand


Australian duo Fortunes just got my head bopping to this hip-hop inspired soul track Bomber. This shit is cold!



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