Haywyre – Do You Don’t You

Electronic, deep house but with an experimental element that pushes the boundaries of the genre, ‘Do You Don’t You’ has one of the strongest basslines I’ve heard recently and yet uses that aspect as only one small piece of a bigger piece. Once the chorus drops we’re left with a much more disco infused record … Continue reading

Ta-ku – American Girl ft. Wafia

Estelle’s ‘American Boy’ certainly is a blast from the past and something of a guilty pleasure. This may not be our normally dance/house vibe, but sometimes you have to stray from the norm… ‘American Girl’ is fantastic. Slowed down, still warm but also dark and toothy, Ta-ku really has changed the theme and mixed things … 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

Shaun Frank & KSHMR – Heaven ft. Delaney Jane

After ‘Shades of Grey’, which was a personal favourite (and is now starting to hit the charts), Shaun Frank is back with something a lot more… heavy Definitely one for your Friday night pre-drinks!

3LAU – We Came To Bang (Feat. Luciana)

A clubby, heavier number from rising-EDM star 3LAU. Originally sampled in a Tiesto bootleg track from the summer of 2014, ‘We Came to Bang’ presents itself as 3LAU’s second solo release, a long with the anthemic ‘How You Love Me’. This is a whole lot heavier than the more progressive ‘How You Love Me’, with … Continue reading

Chromeo – Come Alive (Wax Motif Remix)

Chromeo themselves put us on to this one through SoundCloud. When you see a big artist posting remixes of their own work, you know it’s going to be good, and this effort from Wax Motif is no different! It’s clubby, focusing on the chorus and hidden basslines which you can’t really hear in the original. … Continue reading