Shaggy – Wasn’t Me (Viceroy “Jet Life” Remix)

After last weeks’ remix of ‘September’, it would be rude not post this effort by American producer Viceroy. Taking a completely different tack, Viceroy adds a summertime, tropical vibe to Shaggy’s hit. Though it’s quite funny, it’s still quite good! Advertisements

The Paper Kites – Bloom (Drag & Drop PR vs. Osxilate Remix)

If Angus Stone, early era Bombay Bicycle Club and Ben Howard are your thing, listen up. The Paper Kites’ ‘Bloom’ was originally released in 2011 by the Australian indie folk group. The harmonies are beautiful and with the added tropical feel from Drag & Drop PR and Osxilate it’s unsurprising this seems to have hit … Continue reading

Dillon Francis & Kygo – Coming Over (Feat. James Hersey)

A summery yet punchy collab between two of dance music’s biggest artists. We previewed ‘Coming Over’ a few months ago when it was debuted at Ultra Miami, however since it now features onĀ Francis’ latest EP, we couldn’t resist revisiting it! Staples of both Francis and Norwegian man of the moment Kygo feature throughout – a … Continue reading

BUNT. – Journey (ft. Emma Carn)

Though tropical house is by now most definitely a thing, there has been a smattering of Kygo soundalikes, copying styles and often not adding anything new. BUNT., however, seems to have mastered his own tropical style offshoot. Calling it ‘folk house’, ‘Journey’ reminds me a little of Avicii with a level of added fun. It … Continue reading

Gaarden & Coots – Who You Really Are (Radio Edit)

If you are like us, and loving the beginnings of the UK summer with a classic British barbeque, you’ll love this sun-drenched debut track by Austrian duo Gaarden & Coots. The simple piano track overlayed with sax, mindless vocals and an ever-so-catchy hook, we reckon this might just set your tropical house vibes into overdrive.

Alesso ft. Roy English – Cool (Autograf Remix)

A lovely French House twist to Alesso’s anthemic ‘Cool’. An emerging talent in the dance music scene, Autograf blends Madeon-style synths with a Kygo-inspired groove to create something funky, fresh, but also accessible to the mainstream listener. As much as we love the original, its hard not to be swayed by the complexity of this … Continue reading