Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive

After the release of Duke Dumont’s updated version of ‘The Giver’, he’s back with something new. ‘Ocean Drive’ initially sounds like it could be part of the soundtrack to Drive – with 80s styled synthetic basslines. It’s very lyric heavy, instead of relying on a catchy hook as we’ve heard in the past. I feel … Continue reading

The Knocks – Savior (feat. Wes Miles of Ra Ra Riot)

The Knocks are slowly drip feeding us with content from their new EP, which is out in less than a week! The third track is again a little different from the previous tracks. ‘Saviour’ is slightly more pop inspired, but then breaks down into a minimalistic electro kind of thing. It’s nice, slower and little … Continue reading

Elizabeth Rose – EP

It’s not so much an album this week, but perhaps more of a taste of the material up and coming Australian electro-pop artist Elizabether Rose can produce. Highlighted by Triple J in 2012, Rose has been plying her trade for a number of years, slowly building up support in her native country before attempting to … Continue reading

Sam Smith – Safe With Me (Tourist Remix)

Tourist gives us a taste of his wide ranging remix capabilities yet again with this tech house interpretation of Sam Smith’s ‘Safe With Me’. Building at the start to a fantastically minimal breakdown before breaking out to a fully fledged house hit, Tourist has done it again. Expect more from the British producer. We’re listing … Continue reading

Disclosure – Apollo

With over 100,000 views in around 5 hours, it’s pretty safe to say that these boys have hit the big time. Perhaps not something akin to the classic Disclosure, but great all the same, Apollo follows a more underground heavier house vibe which is sure to be played by EVERYONE by the time Friday comes … Continue reading

BASECAMP – Rydia (Joe Hertz Remix)

Some chilled house to get your Friday off to a relazing start. Joe Hertz’s take on BASECAMP’s ‘Rydia’. Basecamp are a trio hailing from Nashville, though their style is far away from Country. Original tracks tend to be reflective, minimalist electronic, very similar to Sam Smith! Joe Hertz transforms Rydia from a mellow R&B track … Continue reading