If you don’t know about the co-founder of Moving Castle and 1/2 of Hotel Garuda, Manila Killa, then you’ve come to the right place. The DC based producer consistently displays a cutting edge understanding of the indie dance world and his remix of The M Machine’s “Don’t Speak” continues this trend. Manila Killa displays his eclectic taste in music and diverse production skills successfully breathing a new life to the original mix. Expect the full package to come out on April 23rd on OWSLA, and make sure catch both artists on tour!
Nothing Bee’s Knees touches is ever ordinary. A relatively new act, the dynamic duo kick off the countdown to their up-coming EP with a new single. Titled “Rumored To Be Real”, the original fuses various styles and genres into one. Featuring vocals from Marty Rod, the track floats into electric keys underlying hypnotic vocals which fuse into a groovy bass line. Harmonies and echoing give the intro an ambient vibe, only to drop into Chromeo-esque guitar chords and an almost robotic tone. Escaping into a fantasy world, it’s amazing these two have time to release new music while they kick off their nationwide tour with Kill Paris. The release marks first taste of their soon to be released Variety Pack EP, it’s safe to say that we can’t wait to hear the rest. Grab your Free Download of “Rumored To Be Real” here!
Spring is the season for dreamy daytime tunes & sultry moonlit dancing and our SpringGlo 2015 mix by aRod is the perfect mix to fit that mood. All the vibes are present on the mix with hot new tracks by Jamie xx, HNNY, Du Tonc, George Maple, Jonas Rathsman, Serge Devant & Damiano + many more. Enjoy the mix from daytime to nighttime & make it last all Spring…
001 Seoul – The Line
002 Jamie xx [feat. Romy] – Loud Places
003 Kazy Lambist – Doing Yoga
004 HNNY – Solsidan
005 Beshken – Hiro
006 Chloe Martini [feat. Azteka] – Volatile Dreams
007 Du Tonc – Animals
008 George Maple – Where You End And I Begin (SHIZUKE$A Edit)
009 Just Kiddin’ – Getaway
010 Jonas Rathsman – Wolfsbane
011 Serge Devant & Damiano [feat. Camille Safiya] – Fearing Love
012 Great Good Fine OK – Too Much To Handle (Penguin Prison Remix)
013 SBTRKT [ft. Denai Moore] – The Light (Xinobi Rework)
014 Tame Impala – Let It Happen
As down tempo music is on the rise, the term ‘ambient’ and ‘melodic’ is thrown around so often it has almost lost its meaning. With that being said, it wasn’t until now I found a song that truly encompassed the definition of ambient. Brought to you from our favorite bass connoisseur, Kill Paris returns today with his latest original “You Don’t Love Me No More”. Following up his release “Space Forest”, the second track from his forthcoming album is smooth, sweet and has just enough funk. Keeping in time with the outer space theme, the bass-centric tune soothes the soul as it glides through wavy synths and calming instrumentations. His album “Galaxies Between Us” is set to be released off the ultra talented producer’s own label “Sexy Electric” on April 14th. Check out the stream and grab the free download below.
Penguin Prison’s latest single “Never Gets Old” just received the remix treatment from fellow New Yorkers Solidisco. The remix takes the original’s nostalgic, Funk Pop feel & steers it in a bouncier direction while still maintaining its throwback vibe. The result is a sound that has 80s movie montage written all over it. Not so much a training sequence a la “Rocky IV” or “Bloodsport” but more along the lines of something more fun like “Real Genius” or “Revenge of the Nerds”. Except, instead of it being a study montage or a let’s-turn-this-house-into-a-proper-frat, house cleaning montage, it’s the part of the movie where the nerdy kid turns cool & he’s at the height of his popularity. The montage is him & The Hot Girl doing various fun activities & ends with them walking into the school dance & tearing up the dance floor as the entire gymnasium gazes at them in awe. Boy spins girl in slow motion aaaaand fade out…
Fun times from the Solidisco crew!
Sporadically pumping out releases over the last year, SYRE is an expert at flying just under the radar. Marking his 10th original, Dmitriy Burenok (aka SYRE) newest creation upholds his long line of fire releases. Titled “Burn”, the track starts with unexpected ping pong sounds that eloquently segue into wavy synths, guitar slides and Kendra Dias’ smooth vocals. Adopted by Next Wave Records, be sure to grab your free copy of “Burn” here. Enjoy!
Music industry mogul Sean Glass has released his debut production in the form of a Robert Delong remix. While this is Sean’s first dip into music released under his own musical brand he is no stranger to the electronic music community. Sean is the brains behind Win Music whose debut release of Duke Dumont’s “Need U 100%” last year earned a Grammy nomination and chart topping positions across the globe. His disco infused remix of “Long Way Down” is an impressive start to a series of self-branded tracks coming this spring. Stream the tune below and be on the lookout for the full remix package coming March 31st on Glassnote Records.
Modern day Electro Pop queen Jess Glynne gets the remix treatment from Le Youth on her latest single “Hold My Hand”. The remix package for “Hold My Hand” is stellar with additional remixes by MJ Cole & Chris Lake (the latter was featured HERE last week on GDD). Le Youth slices up the original & delivers a glittery House music hoedown. Le Youth’s remix offers up nothing but feel-goods with its steady dose of bouncing piano & well placed vocal chops. It’s the perfect track to post on the first day of the equinox…Spring begins NOW.
We’ve been longtime fans of everything Coyote Kisses for quite some time. When they began releasing original content again this past January, the internet rejoiced. With each track since Coyote Kisses has continued to impress and prove why they possess such an unwavering fan base. Their newest track “Ferrari” is a festival ready and melodic driven future bass jam. The exquisite attention to detail and impressive sound design truly make “Ferrari” a standout, high-energy indie dance single. Don’t sleep on this one and grab the free download here.
Bearson is getting ready to have a huge year in the indie pop scene. The Next Wave front runner has been impressively taking the crossover dance world by storm over the past year. His latest release is an official remix of Tove Styrke’s “Ego” that displays his constantly evolving sound. With tasteful vocal chops and tripped out drum patterns, Bearson successfully reimagines Tove Styrke’s original mix. After glancing at Bearson’s Twitter, we found out that the 19-year-old Norwegian is currently working on tracks with the likes of Mark Johns, ZYRA, MNDR and Brasstracks. It’s safe to say that that there will be exciting content coming down the pipeline soon.