Lxury‘s latest EP just dropped on Greco Roman, and to celebrate, he’s dropped the video for what’s arguably the most intriguing track on the record. Enlisting Deptford Goth on vocals, “Square 1″ is as trippy and caffeinated as the video, working light synth stabs over a high energy breakbeat. It fits just as well alongside future bass sounds as it does with his previous UK dance leanings, and gets stuck in your head almost immediately.
Erik Morillo and Harry Romero have teamed up for a new EP titled “Devotion” featuring vocals from the talented Shawnee Taylor – just released on Subliminal and Ultra. The title track is a fun electro club rocker from the duo, but the standout cut on the EP comes in the form of Amine Edge and DANCE’s remix.
The traditional G House producers put their own spin on the soulful vocals from the original, creating a remix that takes us back to the basics. Crisp clean techy drums combined with a simple, but tough bassline. Add in the haunting pads that gleam in the background, drawn out transitions, and well placed vocals and they’ve given us a real smasher.
Also worth checking out are the Oliver Dollar and Simon Fields’ remixes included on the EP. Happy listening…
So I was scrolling through my SoundCloud stream when I stumbled across this song reposted by Sun Glitters. Sarah P, a singer/songwriter from Greece, recently teamed up with fellow Greek producer Nteibint to come out with “Moving On.” It has a very interesting indie/electro/80s feel, sort of like something that you would expect from Kavinsky. She is only getting started as she has plans to put more tunes out this year, which includes singing on an EP from Sun Glitters next month. You can also check out the music video for this song here!
The LA duo Bixel Boys, who are known for their “underground tunes for big rooms” sound, toned things down slightly for their remix of nu-disco artist Le Youth. The Bixel Boys managed to keep their punchy synths and drums, while preserving some of the 90s disco vibes that came with the original. This one isn’t being released for another month, but you can still listen to it here:
Rising tropical house king, Matoma, is next in the line of Tegan & Sara remixers to celebrate the 10th anniversary of So Jealous. The remix fits the track surprisingly well, surrounding the delicate vocals in a wash of reverb and effects while building a chilled out tropical groove. It’s the perfect end of the night song for beach parties and late drives.