Yay yay yay! Blisspop fav (and I mean my man) Tobtok is back again with an awesome remix of Icona Pop’s “Get Lost.” This is a high bpm, dance floor banger that is sure to rock with any audience. It’s mellow tropical vibe edit resounds with the electro-pop original, combining them to make a very futuristic track that wreaks of crossover appeal. Tobtok is the man and the older he gets, the closer he becomes to disco Midas. Check this out!
Moda Black can’t fail. It’s kind of absurd how many great records they’ve released. The latest comes by way of Theo Kottis. “Waiting Game” is a gorgeous melodic house track steeped in melancholy pads and soft chimes that has the arresting quality of songs like Hot Since 82′s “The End.” It’s sprawling and cinematic but still perfect for dance floors. Check it out below:
The team at Blisspop has a bit of a loving adoration for Mighty Mouse’s work. The currently London based producer and DJ has come out with incredible remixes of artists like Gil Scott-Heron, Prince, and Madonna and has further cemented his deep-seated vibes with original works like the recent “Shaker Faker.” The guy is really good.
Today sees the release of his most recent original work: a free download simply named “That Piano Track.” The independent release is everything we’ve come to expect from Mighty Mouse as it is an intrinsically groovy piece of house laced with a circulating vocal sample, a dubby bassline, and an unwavering sense of escalation that perfectly comes to a precipice before delivering elated exultation. And the piano track? The piano on the track glows in its directness: without becoming cheesy or over the top, the piano compliments the flowing melodies giving much of the build a meaty harmonic backbone.
Listen to Mighty Mouse’s latest track below and hit up his SoundCloud for the free download.
Denver based label Night Supply just dropped a new single from Keepers. “One of My Kind” INXS track, and turns it into a late night deep house party. It’s a sleek and sexy rework with moody pads and a weighty bass groove. Listen below and grab the track as a free DL:
Coming straight out of Chicago, Rogue Vogue is ready to infiltrate your speakers with his remix of Miami Horror’s “Wild Motion.” Paying homage to the house Chicago built in the 80′s and 90′s, this particular edit is littered with bouncy synths, sweat inducing rhythm, airy vocals, and plucky bass which all comes together into a tight package that is guaranteed to flood your senses with a dance triggering rush of dopamine. This edit is sworn to make all the 90′s babies in the room zip right out to the nearest dancefloor.
Check it out below. It’s a free download.