XY&O – Chameleon (Famba Remix)

Taking things a little deeper this week are Famba, remixing XY&O’s ‘Chameleon’. With chilled vibes throughout, the remix doesn’t stray to far from the deepness of the original, stripping away the soft experimental guitars and adding a housier sound. From the initial soft piano into the pop styled drop, I’m a huge fan of this … Continue reading

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive [Remixes]

We posted Duke Dumont’s ‘Ocean Drive’ a whole two months ago, and we’re so happy to see it’s been making waves in the UK charts recently. Having stumbled across two fantastic remixes, I thought it would be better to post this in one package. So if you’re getting bored with the original, have a listen … Continue reading

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive

After the release of Duke Dumont’s updated version of ‘The Giver’, he’s back with something new. ‘Ocean Drive’ initially sounds like it could be part of the soundtrack to Drive – with 80s styled synthetic basslines. It’s very lyric heavy, instead of relying on a catchy hook as we’ve heard in the past. I feel … Continue reading

Asdek – Deeper Love

Disclosure have been quiet recently, but don’t worry. French dup Quentin & Thomas, who go by the name Asdek, have come up with a very deep but dancy house tune in ‘Deeper Love’. The vocal reminds us of Duke Dumont too – taken from Aretha Franklin’s track of the same name. Keep it up lads!

Duke Dumont Feat. A*M*E – Need U (RÉMI CAUMONT 100% REMIX)

Remember this one from last year? I love it when producers dig up an old one and put a new spin on it. Remi Caumont creates a dark and dirty house track which then shifts into melodic house. Crazy Check it out.

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