Julio Bashmore – Holding On feat. Sam Dew

Brand new from Julio Bashmore, this one indicates a shift in style, away from the formulaic deep house and into something altogether a little more classic. With retro styled beats, pulsing syths and vocals expertly provided by Sam Dew, it almost sounds like this one is sampled, but as far as we know it’s all … Continue reading

Aeroplane – Let’s Get Slow Feat. Benjamin Diamond

How long has Aeroplane been away for? It seems like ages… ‘Let’s Get Slow’ takes us back to some of the best, with a very groovy 80s styled into before dropping into a post-futuristic (and dare I say it Random Access Memories infused) chorus. Check it out.

Estelle feat. Kanye West – American Boy (Moustache Machine Remix)

Who remembers ‘American Boy’? Crazy to think this came out all the way back in 2008! I’m still a big fan of the original, with its poppy but still dance based style. Moustache Machine give it a quick once over with a pulsing bassline and dreamy synths. Sharp.

Madeon – Pay No Mind (ft. Passion Pit)

A match made in heaven, Passion Pit’s involvement in Madeon’s ‘Pay No Mind’ sounds as if they’ve tapped into somekind of rainbow magic. Tight electro vibes galore, it’s impossible not to smile as the vocals kick in. We cannot wait for the full album to drop – probably like most people out there! Check it … Continue reading

Madeon – You’re On ft. Kyan (Oliver Remix)

We’re loving Madeon’s latest release, along with the news of an upcoming debut album later this year! I’m really pleased ‘You’re On’ has been gaining the mainstream success it deserves from the likes of Radio 1. As usual, Oliver adds a little more funk to the track with a huge echoing drum beat and lovely … Continue reading

Chris Malinchak – When The World Stops Turning (feat. Sam Dew)

Chris Malinchak returns with new single ‘When The World Stops Turning’. It’s a more melodic, relaxing and somewhat dark record, a little different from the deep house we’re used to, and it’s great. It sounds a little inspired by Mat Zo, and features the effortless vocals of Sam Dew, who has previously worked with Skrillex … Continue reading