Tom Misch – Watch Me Dance

Slightly late, especially as another single is out tonight, but Tom Misch returns with a very chilled out number in ‘Watch Me Dance’. Can’t wait for the upcoming Glastonbury set and EP in July! Advertisements

Sam Wills – Light On Me

23 year old Sam Wills has be in and around music for the last 10 years, taking inspiration from Michael Jackson and John Legend to old school hip-hop, soul and R&B. And doesn’t it show! ‘Light On Me’ is a lively yet chilled out soul groover, and you can hear just how at ease Wills … Continue reading

Jaël – Situations

Something a little more chilled today… ‘Situations’ is a lazy, r&b and soul influenced track by Netherlands producer/dj/songwriter/vocalist Jaël. This one was actually recorded at Red Bull Studios Amsterdam in association with Werk Space. Perfect for a mid-week afternoon drink! With a sets at Peckham Rye Festival in London over last weekend, we’ll definitely be … Continue reading

Tim Legend – Soda City Funk

In a word, infectious. If you’re planning any weekend pool parties, looking for some new walkout music… make sure this makes an entrance. With a funky start the vocals drop into a fast paced bowl and all I can think of is summer! The South Carolina based producer’s star is rising fast – watch this … Continue reading

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

Jarreau Vandal – Nobody Else (feat. Brasstracks & Niya Wells)

With the jazzy brass from Brasstracks, funky basslines and effortless vocals from Niya Wells, ‘Nobody Else’ is on repeat at the moment. Signed to LA-based label Soulection, Dutchman Jarreau Vandal started produced aged 16 and notes influences amongst Jamiroquia, A Tribe Called Quest and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Diverse, to say the least. Tt’s clear … Continue reading