The Wombats – Greek Tragedy (Oliver Nelson Remix)

Oliver Nelson likes to keep himself to himself, but his music tells as much as a story that it really doesn’t matter. Whether its fast-paced electro remixes or jazzy, relaxing piano based efforts like this re-work of ‘Greek Tragedy’, nothing is too much. Just like the lyrics, this one hits like ecstasy. Advertisements

MASHUP MONDAYS: Happy Cat Disco – Break It Up

Short and sweet is the order of the day. Happy Cat Disco mashes up Breakbot and Pitbull/J-Lo’s ‘Live it Up’ to create a happy, funky dance track – not like normal Pitbull! Check it out.  

Lenno – Wake Up (feat. The Electric Sons)

Big synths, bigger beats, and sweet vocals. These are all pretty integral parts of the majority of Lenno’s tracks, and ‘Wake Up’ is no different. Lenno’s own style of electro is similar to Madeon, poppy but well produced, and pretty damn epic! Fingers crossed for a UK release sometime soon, and hopefully more of the … Continue reading

The Knocks – Classic (featuring Powers)

Modern-day kings of electro funk The Knocks have done it again! ‘Classic’ has a poppy structure, beginning with an infectious guitar hook whilst the verse enters with equally impressive basslines. Then the chorus comes along with some slick piano before the hook returns and we just wanna get up and dance! It’s a dance track, … Continue reading

Millions Like Us – Poltergeist

Some of the hottest new bass from Bristolian duo Millions Like Us. Despite being on the scene for a few years now, the duo seem to be finally hitting the big time, featuring on UKF heavily in the past few months. ‘Poltergeist’, from their debut EP ‘Luminary’, is a typical example of what this pair … Continue reading

Falqo – Feel The Love

Long-time studio buddy of Flight Facilities, Falqo – the project created by Australian producer Alexander White – has released his debut single after 5 years of inactivity on Facebook and Twitter! But the wait is worth it, and for disco fans, this is close to perfection. Imagine some sort of lovechild between Daft Punk and … Continue reading