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

Steve Void & No Mondays – Chemistry (ft. Clara Mae)

Pretty much dropping into the tropical/deep house box perfectly, ‘Chemistry’ is a great little debut from No Mondays and Steve Void, a Dutch producer who started making music at just 15 years old. This one makes me think that if Tiesto slowed down, his music would sound just like this. After some very popular remixes … Continue reading

Galantis & Hook N Sling – Love On Me

Another whimsical EDM-pop number from Swedish duo Galantis, in collaboration with Aussie house act Hook N Sling. Infectiously catchy, ‘Love on Me’ successfully treads the line between cheese and feel-good, bringing feelings of warmth and summer to an increasingly Autumnal world… EDM-snobbery may still be prevalent, however no one can deny the lush, innocuous escapism … Continue reading

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

Years & Years – Desire (BUNT. Edit)

With an opening that reminds me a little to much of ‘Wonderwall’, luckily BUNT steer clear of the Britpop and move into what they call folk house. Whatever you want to call it, ‘Desire’ turns from a pretty decent pop tune into a thumping little house number. After featuring them last year, the duo are … Continue reading

Knife Party & Tom Morello – Battle Sirens

An expectantly raucous collaboration from Ozzie electro-house duo Knife Party, and Tom Morello. Following its ‘live’ debut at Ultra Miami, ‘Battle Sirens’ adopts the meaty, angular guitar riffs of Morello (of Rage Against the Machine fame), formatting this to commercial house, and its archetype ‘drop’. The results are surprisingly effective – Knife Party have successfully … Continue reading