Manchester duo Shy Luv are aiming at making you dance for the summer with their latest single ‘First Fires’. Bridging together a heavy dose of funk and disco with dance, the track is peppered with an upbeat 80s groove that will have you running to the dance floor. Stream ‘First Fires’ down below. Read more […]
London singer I Am Harlequin has delivered one addicting track which coincides perfectly with the title…’Hooked’. Insanely catchy, the dance/pop tune is a lovely marriage of 80s dance and new age pop, completely radiating at full brightness. Now in terms of the David Strindberg-directed video for the song, there is a whole lot going on. From a guy manically dancing to black and white shot landscapes, the scenes are rapid and frantic, but strangely enough, keep your eyes glued to the video. Read more […]
Keeping the remixes coming, Norway’s Sigrid has unveiled the Cedric Gervais version of her single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’. Built on a grand pop foundation, Gervais adds a big room touch with pounding trap meets club drums and sharp, stabbing synths that will not only shake up the charts but rattle the summer parties and festivals. The Cedric Gervais remix of Sigrid’s ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ is out now via Island Records. Have a listen. Read more […]
Maddie North aka So Below has been a fave of ours since she dropped her track ‘Drift’. Making a strong mark in 2016 with her goth pop sound, North returns with an incredible single titled ‘Ruin’. A mid-tempo fusing of 4×4 drum patterns with haunting, stabbing synths, the dance meets dark pop mesh is another nocturnal soundtrack from the New Zealand-born artist. Read more […]
Dropping their eleventh album ‘Pollinator’ last month, music icons Blondie have now released the official remixes to their single ‘Long Time’. Grabbing the right producers for the job, enlisting Hercules & Love Affair along with Johnson Somerset, these reworks are definitely aimed to the club circuit. Whilst provide a hedonistic instrumental ride of funked-out nu disco, Johnson Somerset takes it straight to the big room of the club with his succulent dance option that is also chart-striving.
An intense energy is what Stockholm’s Rein brings to the table. Using the sounds of electro, punk and digital hardcore to deliver messages containing political and social overtones, the fiery artist released her debut self-titled EP last year, shaking the music industry whilst gaining multiple praises internationally. Nominated for a 2017 P3 Guld Award, Rein’s latest EP entitled ‘FREEDOOM’ is a harder hit to the matrix, tackling subjects such as sexism, racism, capitalism and more. One of the most potent recordings currently on the market, Rein is here to do more than just make you dance, but rather spark the fire for change.
A solid fixture in the Polish music scene, Piotr Bejnar has released his new LP simply titled ‘Album’. Comprised of twelve tracks, Bejnar creates a gumbo blend of experimental electronica, bass, dance, smokey jazz and more. Like a scientist in the lab, there is a high level of alchemy with his production as songs weave between unorthodox orchestrations to more semi-traditional pieces that embed classical down to bossa.
There are few institutions that have made such an indelible mark on the electronic music landscape as Cream, the global clubbing behemoth which ignited the UK dance music explosion back in the early 90’s, and its testament to its global impact that has kept Cream at the top of their game for 25 years. To celebrate this significant milestone the iconic dance establishment will be staging a series of very special events throughout the year in the run up to their latest endeavour the Cream Read more […]
When Jonas Blue released his debut single ‘Fast Car’ back in 2016, he probably didn’t predict that his career would go into overload, with the song garnishing him two BRIT award nominations. By the time he dropped his next single ‘Perfect Strangers’, Blue was a certified Platinum artist, something that is quite difficult in this day and age. Returning with his latest single ‘Mama’, Jonas Blue blasts off yet again with a sleek combination and pop and dance, with the song embracing upbeat, tropical Read more […]
Maud Geffray may already be familiar to fans of the Parisian group Scratch Massive but as a solo artist she is proving that she is an entity on to herself.
Geffray’s latest LP ‘Polaar’ is a deep, nocturnal journey through various styles of electronica ranging from house to electro pop and even new wave. Whilst haunting sound palettes are not foreign to the electronic world, Maud Geffray’s multifaceted selection of tempos and often times delivery of mood makes the LP highly pleasurable. Cinematic instrumental tracks such as ‘Voices from the Sky’ are balanced with steamy synth pop layered tunes like the catchy ‘In Your Eyes’ which features Flavien Berger.