Jarreau Vandal – Nobody Else (feat. Brasstracks & Niya Wells)

With the jazzy brass from Brasstracks, funky basslines and effortless vocals from Niya Wells, ‘Nobody Else’ is on repeat at the moment. Signed to LA-based label Soulection, Dutchman Jarreau Vandal started produced aged 16 and notes influences amongst Jamiroquia, A Tribe Called Quest and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Diverse, to say the least. Tt’s clear … Continue reading

Basenji – Can’t Get Enough

Record label Future Classic have tagged this one as ‘Cute’ – and we couldn’t agree more! Yet again we’ve stumbled across a trap that spans a number of genres, taking influence from Cashmere Cat, Clean Bandit, Brasstracks and clearly some sort of nursery rhyme… Anyway, it’s oddly catchy (and also does wonders for coping with … Continue reading

Dallas Cotton – Sometime (feat. Brasstracks)

Let us introduce you to Dallas Cotton. Hailing from Portland, Oregon he was previously known as Yung Bae but changed name a couple of months ago, either way, this guy knows how to write a tune. Teaming up with Brasstracks, who are also well worth checking out, ‘Sometime’ is a groovy brass driven dance tune. … Continue reading

Rihanna – BBHMM (LUCA LUSH X BRASSTRACKS REMIX)

Rihanna’s ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ is one of my guilty pleasures at the moment. A bit deeper and darker than standard pop, though the record has got big it has escaped radio play. Rihanna seems to exerting her inner rap-star, and the Kanye West influence is clear. Luca Lush and Brasstracks turn BBHMM into … Continue reading

Jaymes Young – What Is Love (Lost Frequencies Bootleg) (White Trumpet’s sunrise edit)

A few months ago, Lost Frequencies remixed Jaymes Young’s brilliant cover of Haddaway’s ‘What Is Love’. It was good, simple tropical deep house that we can expect. Since then, we’ve discovered something of a remix of a remix – a little confusing. In short, White Trumpet has added some fantastic brass elements to the remix, … Continue reading