SNBRN – Beat The Sunrise (feat. Andrew Watt)

With a very Avicii infused opening, ‘Beat the Sunrise’ is already turning into a bit of a Friday night tune – just wait until the bassline kicks and you’ll know what we mean. Taking sounds from house, tropical, pop and everything inbetween, SNBRN’s amalgamation of all things EDM really does work! “I’ve been waiting all … Continue reading

Gaarden & Coots – Who You Really Are (Radio Edit)

If you are like us, and loving the beginnings of the UK summer with a classic British barbeque, you’ll love this sun-drenched debut track by Austrian duo Gaarden & Coots. The simple piano track overlayed with sax, mindless vocals and an ever-so-catchy hook, we reckon this might just set your tropical house vibes into overdrive.

Tom Misch – Dawsons Heights

Tom Misch just seems to do what he wants and we can’t get enough of it. We can’t work out whether he’s a producer, beat-maker, singer-songwriter or rapper, such is his talent for it all. ‘Dawsons Heights’ probably comes under the beat-maker section, but in all honesty it’s got one of the slickest guitar licks … Continue reading

Daft Punk Double: Say Lou Lou, Drewv and Daniela Andrade

It’s been a while since we post anything Daft Punk related – we’re still waiting on tour news! A few weeks ago I stumbled across two beautiful covers: Something About Us(drewv x Daniela Andrade Cover) NYC based Drewv, who we know very little about, has teamed up with Canadian singer songwriter Daniela Andrade. Daniela has … Continue reading

Young Franco – Close 2 U (ft. JOY.)

Early Calvin Harris. Duke Dumont. Comparisons that could easily be drawn to this fantastic new offering from Australian producer Young Franco. With pumping beats, melodic syths and that all important Summer sound (even though it’s Winter in AUS!), ‘Close 2 U’ will hopefully carry some weight here in the UK. The vocals are provided by … Continue reading

Duke Dumont – I Got U (Kilter Remix)

Unsurprisingly, Duke Dumont’s latest single ‘I Got U’ went straight to number one in the UK on Sunday. No wonder, the track is housey and fits the current mainstream mould, but it’s still interesting and different, with the steel drums contrasting the piano, helping to bring the sun out! Kilter has now had a go … Continue reading