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