First up today is a big tune from London based artist, James Wolf. He sent us over his new, groovy track called “Hercules” to check out and we were loving it. The nu-disco/house combo is refreshing, uplifting and overall an excellent record for
Sunday’s Tunes come for Aminita Satori, an eclectic, driven, and charismatic artist with a truly unique background. Originally from Chicago, Aminita had a career producing soundtracks on major TV ad campaigns, but this did not fulfill here artistic passions. After a short period of writer’s block, her interest
Houston artist Jazzmeus is known for his eclectic style. His recent EDM songs such as “Mayan Chill” and “Mindset” have been gaining popularity as well. He just released his latest album, Into the Zen, and sent us over a few track to check
Some new, original music from Aérotique, a young Swiss DJ, producer and remixer, who through initial classical piano and percussion training soon realized his calling was in music production.
He sent us over his latest single “Crossed Fingers” and we are definitely feeling the
Time to take a trip back to the 90’s with this piano-house remix from 99 Souls. He took his hand at remixing Blond’s latest tune, “All Cried Out” which features Alex Newell.
Check out the track below and look for more 99 Souls in
Ready for something different? Check out “Jungle Juice” by jhs. What he did on the track was combine African music samples with experimental neo-psychedelia — really cool stuff. Released on jhs’s own label, Kelewele Records, the record is an independent effort by an
Angelz is back, but don’t expect a remix this time. He ditches it for a dance floor jam with fellow artist A.J. Crew. The track is titled “Useless” and the sound is fresh, delivery dope. I definitely want to hear some more cuts like this.
ISTILLFEELIT sent us over “Burn Into Night”, a new track with a downcast feel that distends to a beaming, head-nodding pulse. Inspired by Dylan Thomas’ poem, Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.
Listen below and leave your thoughts in the comments.