Usher – Good Kisser (BAESIC Remix)

Stay with this one. With a little bit of a slow start you might be put off but wait until those pre-chorus lush chords drop in. Mellow. We don’t know a huge amount about LA based Baesic, other than it’s the name 18/19 year old Maddie likes to put tunes out on. But with a … Continue reading

Traveler – Forget Me (Original Mix)

After a number of remixes under their belts, it’s only natural for American duo Traveler to try their hand at a first original since re-launching. I have to say I was hugely excited to hear this and haven’t been disappointed. Though what ‘Forget Me’ lacks in the instant recognisable sounds of the remixes, it makes … Continue reading

Shaun Frank – Let You Get Away (feat. Ashe)

With three mentions on the blog last year, Shaun Frank is an artist we’ve been watching closely and seen go from strength to strength in 2016. With multiple releases following his usual house sound, ‘Let You Get Away’ starts a little differently before dropping into a juicy instrumental chorus. This time Shaun Frank brings in … Continue reading

St. Lucia – Elevate (Traveler Remix)

After featuring Traveler’s remix of ‘Under Pressure’ a few months ago I was excited to see them pop up on Soundcloud again! This time, the live-electronic duo have pulled St. Lucia’s ‘Elevate’ out of the crate. A personal favourite I was anxious to hear it, and though it might not eclipse the original it’s nice … Continue reading

Cavego – All The Other Girls (feat. Leon Frick)

Cavego’s remix of ‘Adore’ is still one of my favourite tracks of this year, and the Norwegian producer is yet again ticking boxes with ‘All The Other Girls’. After a string of official remixes over the past couple of years, this one looks like his first original track, featuring vocals from fellow countryman Leon Frick. … Continue reading

Beyonce – Formation (Laibert Remix)

With the shock release of Lemonade some weeks ago it’s not surprising to see Beyonce remixes cropping up all over the place. This one really stood out, with an opening tropical house style that isn’t actually tropical house, before adding in the synths and Bey’s famous vocals. Different, but we like. With an EP scheduled … Continue reading