Tim Legend – Soda City Funk

In a word, infectious. If you’re planning any weekend pool parties, looking for some new walkout music… make sure this makes an entrance. With a funky start the vocals drop into a fast paced bowl and all I can think of is summer! The South Carolina based producer’s star is rising fast – watch this … Continue reading

SwuM – Work

With something of a Tom Misch, French touch styled vocal drop, ranging, lazy synths and just a hint of funky guitar, ‘Work’ by SwuM is a bit of a groover! This one is actually a subtle remix of Aaliya’s ‘Rock The Boat’. Primarily a beat maker/producer, there isn’t a huge amount we can tell you … Continue reading

Point Point – F+L

With a whopping sixteen thousand likes on Soundcloud and a whole lot more plays on Youtube, there isn’t many music blog that hasn’t joined in the hype surounding ‘F+L’. That violin track sound familiar? That would be because it’s Kanye’s ‘Flashing Lights’, if you didn’t already recognise it. With a largely classical feel to it, … Continue reading

Haywyre – Do You Don’t You

Electronic, deep house but with an experimental element that pushes the boundaries of the genre, ‘Do You Don’t You’ has one of the strongest basslines I’ve heard recently and yet uses that aspect as only one small piece of a bigger piece. Once the chorus drops we’re left with a much more disco infused record … Continue reading

LeMarquis – Hurricane (Feat. Alo Lee)

Self tagged dreamy R&B is certainly a shift away from the dirty house tunes we usually hear from LeMarquis. Although it is a bit slower, you can still hear the effortless yet high quality production and intensified sexy backdrops which complement vocals from Alo Lee. The London based singer songwriter was apparently sent the raw … Continue reading

Chet Faker – In-Between

Whether or not Chet is stuck in the North American whiteout or not, ‘In-Between’ does somehow manage to conjure up what must be a bizarrely quite New York City. Reminds me a bit of Chicane. Check it out below.