Rudimental – Never Let You Go

The latest from the drum n’ bass giants that are Rudimental. Premiered by Annie Mac and a former Hottest Record of the World, Rudimental are releasing this just in time for the summer. Exhibiting a radio-friendly vibe, and some archetype trumpets, this certainly isn’t the group’s best work (vocally, it suffers), though it is still … Continue reading

Blonde – All Cried Out feat. Alex Newell

After their little remix of Pianoman a few weeks ago, Blonde are back with a proper original! Premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last week, ‘All Cried Out’ is bound to be a big hit, with a very strong piano melody and a nice drop. Glee star Alex Newell provides expert vocals. House … Continue reading

Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud (Mura Masa Remix)

Mura Masa completely reshape Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’ into a gospel inspired, steel drum epic, uber chilled out version. According to Facebook, Mura Masa is an 18 year old producer – all we can say is we’re very impressed. It’s always nice to hear something a bit different, and this is exactly that.

Sigma – Higher (feat. Labrinth)

Sigma have their drum-and-bass meets pop concoction down to a tee with this latest collaboration with Labrinth. Though perhaps ‘Higher’ isn’t quite a catchy as ‘Nobody to Love’ and ‘Changing’, this latest release hints of a more formulaic direction for the UK based duo. You can expect to be hearing this everywhere in mere weeks.

MASHUP MONDAYS: Discosid – Happy Waves

Mr Probz’s ‘Waves’ is instantly mixable, with its melodic rap styled vocals. Mixing it with ‘Happy’ wouldn’t seem the best idea though. Once again, Discosid seems to pull off the impossible, and pretty much makes a standalone record, mixing in some light drum and bass beats, ambient noise and plenty of feeling. Check it out.

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