San Diego’s tropical house master on the rise, Colour Vision, has laid his summer fueled fingers on Overjoy’s smash “Monstrous.” The result is a dreamy, sun burnt twist that backs Lex Famous’s smoky vocals with bright stabs and breezy pool side vibes. It’s also up as a free DL so make sure to grab it now:
MNEK stretches his production chops on the Annie Mac approved “The Rhythm.” Taking cues from the UK deep house scene, he kicks out an infectious heater of a house tune, interspersing his vocals with a weighty bass line and heavily percussive beat. The snares have an almost moombahton-feel to them off setting the wobbling low end and driving the track. It’s a lot of fun and just one more reason why MNEK is becoming one of the most sought after talents in the game.
Young star on the rise, Lido, has taken on one of our favorite tracks from Flight Facilities excellent debut LP. His stripped down version really puts the focus on Emma Louise’s gorgeous vocals and makes for one of the dreamier sound scapes we’ve heard in a while. The track is slow building and fragile, but it’s delicacy is wholly engrossing, drawing you into it’s web. Listen below
This is one of the most infectious tracks I’ve heard this year. Croatian duo, Drop Dopers, have turned Mariah Carey’s “Emotions” into an unstoppable force of house goodness. It’s piano house with the energy of a big room track and the underground appeal of a deep house groove, all the while driving a pop hook. It’s kind of amazing that this track hasn’t exploded all over the internet, but that’s only a matter of time. For now it’s up as a free download so make sure to grab it while you can!
In a power play no one saw coming, electro/EDM superstar Chris Lake teamed up with Chris Lorenzo of UK’s burgeoning G-house scene for a low-key, stripped down, incredibly deep cut that is going to make all of the 80′s and 90′s babies go insane.
A new take on Chris Isaak’s Top 40 hit single “Wicked Game,” this edit takes the notorious acapella of Isaak’s supercroon and blends it superbly with an enticing, down tempo house vibe composed of shimmering pads, mellowed piano hooks, and a slick combination of kicks and snares. Thus, a newer, fresher, bouncier life is instilled into a track otherwise known as a sappy, tragic killjoy; a hard feat to accomplish, but one that Lorenzo and Lake have astonishingly succeeded in doing (while also showcasing a side to them that hasn’t been seen yet). Make sure you get on this while you can.
Listen to “Wicked Games” after the jump and visit Chris Lake’s SoundCloud for a free download of the track.