Friday, 5 October 2018

HUMANS release steamy new house-infused single and video for ‘Breakfast With Liz’

Canadian indie-electronic act, HUMANS, released a brand new house track today along with a steamy video for their single ‘Breakfast With Liz’ via Haven Sounds. 'Breakfast With Liz' follows their earlier release 'Still About You', which all teases new music to head our way.

The HUMANS duo is made up of Vancouver locals Robbie Slade and Peter Ricq and is not easily boxed into one genre; HUMANS take inspiration from an eclectic variety of sources, citing some of their influences as Fleetwood Mac, young Elton John, Marvin Gaye, Young Fathers, Lee Fields, Detroit Swindle, Mall Grab, Abjo, LA Priest, Soft Hair, Mount Kimbie, LCD Soundsystem, Animal Collective, Ty Segall and Steve Lacy. Using crisp modern minimalist beats paired with chilled-out vocals, HUMANS’ sound could best be compared directly to indie electronic giants RÜFÜS DU SOL, Amtrac and Bob Moses, as well as Maribou State’s chilled but danceable sounds. 

HUMANS' video for 'Breakfast With Liz' is a quirky work of art filled with grinding, phenomenal lighting and exceptional beats. This music video is an instant classic in the electronic music scene. Simple, yet strategic choreography, an uncomfortably long stare down and lots of pelvic thrusting. The song might be HUMANS' finest so far, as this is sure to fill up any dance floor with sweat.

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Thursday, 4 October 2018

[PREMIERE] Swedish-based Stephan Duy’s smooth ‘Wander’

A brand new house track was released yesterday on The Playground from rising producer Swedish producer Stephan Duy in the form of ‘Wander’. Released via Code Red Music, ‘Wander’ is a luxurious house track that will make you wander to the closest dancefloor. 
Short lived, yet everlasting, ‘Wander’ will take you on a velvety smooth journey and leave you yearning for more. We’re very excited to see what the future holds for Stephan Duy, because if ‘Wander’ is anything to go by then it can only be promising.

Listen to Stephan Duy - Wander here:
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Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Sagan has shared a laid-back future-house remix of TGC’s latest single.

Electro-pop duo TGC (formerly known as The Green Children) have shared the official Sagan remix of their recently released single ‘ECG’, out yesterday (1 October) via Illuminated City.

Sagan has released music via acclaimed labels like Armada Deep, Hexagon, Atlantic, and Spinnin’ Records as well as being featured on highly acclaimed music channels like Chill Your Mind, Sensual Musique and Future House Music, raking in more than 4 million views on Youtube alone. With more than 22 million Spotify streams, his music has seen placement on some of the most followed playlists on the service including Diplo’s own Diplo and Friends Radio, Future House Top 50 and Dance All Night amongst others. Sagan has been responsible for foot stomping remixes by popular artists like Cash Cash, Imany, Galantis, Why Don't We and Fedde Le Grand. His music is played by the most famous radio shows on the planet including Hardwell On Air, Don Diablo's Hexagon Radio and Oliver Helden's Heldeep Radio.

Sagan’s version of TGC’s ‘ECG’ has its foundations in future-house with strong elements of deep-house sprinkled throughout. Having had a lot to work with in TGC’s electro-pop single, Sagan strays a bit from his usual style as the producer instead opted for a sexier groove which will have couples old and new dance a bit closer to one another.

Listen to TGC - ECG (Sagan Remix) here:

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Monday, 10 September 2018

Mysterious house producer Shinichi Atobe drops surprise new album, ‘Heat’

Japanese producer Shinichi Atobe has just dropped his latest album via DDS records, titled ‘Heat’. In the true fashion of this enigmatic musician, ‘Heat’ arrived on Demdike Stare's desk, "on a CD sent by air mail from Japan to Manchester, sparse info, no messing, pure gold," according to the press release.

‘Heat’ follows on from Atobe’s 2017 album ‘From The Heart, It’s A Start, a Work of Art’ and is available now on double vinyl (limited to 400 copies) from Boomkat and comes with a free download.

Baffled label bosses comment that the new release, "could have been produced 20 years ago, could have been produced earlier this year—we'll probably never know."

Listen to ‘Heat 1’ of Shinichi Atobe’s upcoming album, below.

Heat’ Tracklist: 
01. So Good So Right 
02. Heat 2 
03. Heat 4 
04. Heat 1 
05. Bonus 
06. Heat 3 
07. So Good So Right 2 
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Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Sweeep shares Loneliness remix of brand new track, 'Realize'.

Stockholm-based electronic producer Sweeep shares latest remix; 'Realize (Loneliness Remix)'. The remix is a danceable, yet darkened take on the original as Sweeep's atmospheric and textural leanings prove in the past to be nothing more than an 'edge-of-your-seat' listening experience. With tactics between wave, house and experimental electronic glimpses, this talented Swedish producer is definitely one to keep all eyes and ears on.

The remix is taken from Sweeep's upcoming EP "dssspear here" set for self-release on September 5th.

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Friday, 10 August 2018

Get over your ex with KRONO’s upbeat remix of DRUGZZ’s ‘Someone Other Than Me’

Parisienne house duo KRONO has just released a vivacious remix of future-bass rising star DRUGZZ’s debut single ‘Someone Other Than Me. Listen to the track below while you read about this collaboration.

Since as early as 2007 KRONO have been publishing remixes and garnering some serious media attention for their music but it was in 2013, with their remix release of ‘Dancin’, that KRONO really exploded on the house music scene, with the track reaching over 160 million Youtube views. Underground future-bass artist DRUGZZ has also been lighting up the electronic music scene recently, with his released singles receiving support from the likes of Clash Mag, Paste Mag, EDM Boutique, FGUK and prominent youtube channels such as All Things Trap and  Zeno-Chan (The latter gaining him nearly 60,000 streams).

KRONO’s remix takes the angsty punk and future-bass crossover sound of ‘Someone Other Than Me’ and dresses it up for the dance-floor. The French producer-duo keep the message of DRUGZZ’s track loud and clear but add layers of bubbly synth melodies and crisp dance beats, making it a song that’s easy to lose yourself to. Forget your ex because, as DRUGZZ says in ‘Someone Other Than Me’, they’re “kinda f**king boring anyway”! 

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Wednesday, 1 August 2018

South African House prodigy, Kyle Watson, releases ‘You Boy’ & ‘Chomp’ ahead of Shambhala festival

Kyle Watson is a house music producer from South Africa that has steadily been taking the global community by storm. Having seen a lot of success in his home country, the worldwide EDM scene has begun to take notice, especially after his brand new release. The South African has seen support from Ultra, Atlantic and Dirtybird all while doing remixes for artists like Rudimental, Zhu, Oliver Heldens, Justin Martin and Malaa. His upcoming album will be released via This Ain’t Bristol on 24 August 2018, but if you can’t wait that long, you’re in luck because Kyle Watson recently shared ‘You Boy’ and ‘Chomp’ from the upcoming record. 

The first track to be released, ‘You Boy’ is a dark and bass-heavy house track that grabs your attention immediately. Featuring hypnotizing vocals from fellow South African and frequent collaborator Kylah Jasmine, this brooding song pulls you in and keeps you locked in with low frequency freshness throughout. Of the two new singles, it is clear that ‘You Boy’ will be the radio friendly single, but it’s clear as day that ‘Chomp’ was made with the club in mind. 'Chomp' was made in collaboration with diverse LA-producer, Franklyn Watts and is a stellar track full of dark undertones and glitched vocal samples. It’s a track that almost blurs the line between house and bass house but it doesn’t matter, as we already have this on repeat.

Kyle Watson’s next show will be at the massive Shambhala in British Colombia on the 10th of August alongside notable acts such as Black Tiger Sex Machine, Rezz, Claude VonStroke, Machinedrum, Liquid Stranger, Dizzee Rascal and Opiuo.

Take a listen to each of the tracks here via This Ain’t Bristol.
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