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.
Our man Le Youth is one of our favorite music makers. He’s an old soul with modern flair. He’s developed a sound that always manages to simultaneously sound classic AND fresh. And he always pulls it off with miles of style. Le Youth is back at it again with his latest track, “T O U C H”, a track that House heads, Disco lovers & pretty much any dance floor freak out there will no doubt fall in love with. With a vocal to die for & a beat that sounds good in any era, “T O U C H” will most certainly touch you in all the right places.
“Ain’t nobody gonna T O U C H you better”
Los Angeles DJ/producer duo Bixel Boys had one of the biggest come-ups in 2014. Their #FREELIFE campaign stamped their ideology and branding on the foreheads of music and fashion junkies alike. Not to mention, their tunes are next level. Their first release of 2015 comes in the form of an official remix for Le Youth and his track “Real.” The boys take the nu-disco laced tune and flip it into a faster paced, more futuristic house heater. If you’re digging this, pre-order it now and show them some love.
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The sounds of Le Youth continue to resonate throughout the blogosphere & the internet with his new track “R E A L”. Not many artists tow the line between Disco & House as well as Le Youth does, which is a big part of why his sound resonates with so many. On “R E A L”, Le Youth adds some gloss to the Brandy song “I Wanna Be Down” & conjures up an outstanding, chopped up rework of the 1994 classic. The combination here of Disco & House is already a winning formula. But when you add in a healthy dose of R&B to the mix…well that’s almost unfair to make a track this enjoyable.
We’ve made it to the better side of the week, and that calls for a reward. Continuing on our highlight of the GDD x Sweat It Out! WMC showcase to come, we bring a free download from the Sydney native and Sweat representative Danny T. With a very special rework of AlunaGeorge‘s haunting beautiful “Outlines”, Danny pushes deeper vibes into freak mode with this one. Fans of his Anna Lunoe Remix or Le Youth Remix (also below) with be ALL OVER THIS. Listen and grab it for free!
WMC – Catch Danny T at our GDD x Sweat It Out! Miami showcase on Tuesday, March 25th!
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Man, the Love Sublime EP release is just so perfect. Tensnake has lined up an unreal remix cast for the March 9th release, with Duke Dumont, Le Youth, Jonas Rathsman, and Ewan Pearson all contributing their styles on the already groovy original. The Duke himself posted up his rendition via Soundcloud this week, and it’s easy to tell that we’ll be hearing this many times leading into the spring. Mark your calendars, Tensnake will be bestowing his very much anticipated debut full length, Glow, on March 11th just in time for festie season √+
It’s always a treat to hear something new from our L.A. compadre Le Youth. The sound of Le Youth transcends the overly familiar brands of tropical/deep/nu disco sounds we’ve been over exposed to over the last few years. Le Youth has created a brand of electronic all his own. It’s a modernized throwback sound that fuses together all the right elements of sunny disco & old school house. His latest remix of “Fade” by Jakwob balances that disco/house sound brilliantly. Whether it’s billowing through the speakers at a club & filling the room with joy or sweeping over the sands of a beach party, Le Youth’s remix of “Fade” will keep any party going, daytime or night.
“This is the ninth installment of the fixtapes presented by Solé Bicycles. A curated monthly mixtape series with the sole purpose to showcase our favorite artists’ tunes that both inspire and move them. Vibe with us as you ride off into the future.”
The Solé Fixtape Series is one of the dopest mixtape series the music world has to offer. Following in the footsteps of artists such as RAC, Oliver, Goldroom, Treasure Fingers, Viceroy and GDD’s very own Tropicool, Le Youth is the perfect addition to this super smooth list of artists. If you like your RnB creamy and your disco dreamy, then the Solé Fixtape Vol. 9 by Le Youth is the mixtape for you.
***Tracklist + exclusive download HERE.***
That’s right, the Waves ≠ Raves compilation is back. Grab a cocktail with Poseidon and let these tropical and smooth selections warm your soul.
“The waves ≠ raves consists of hand-picked gems that inspire us, tickling and tempting our creative juices. Some are old, some are new, but it is what we are listening to now. They are groovey, flowing, and sun-kissed just like that perfect wave. They are uplifting and guaranteed to put a smile on your face. They sound the best with a babe in one hand, a cold brewski in the other, and the sand beneath your feet. Stay Dreamy.”
Tracklisting & Zip After the Jump
When talking about deep, captivating, Summer-y dance music, names like Perseus, Moon Boots, Plastic Plates & Goldroom are the standout names. One name that should be added to the list is L.A. producer Wes James, aka Le Youth. After remixing some of the aforementioned names, Le Youth dropped a bomb on the dance world with his track “Dance With Me”. Over the last few months, “Dance With Me” has grown and grown and is now a staple in every Summer-vibed DJ set.
Le Youth released the follow up to that massive tune today, the song “Memories”. ”Memories” delivers more silky smooth dance floor goodness with Le Youth’s signature tropical bounce and creamy Rn’B vibes. And just for good measure, Le Youth is kindly giving the track away for free!