Flume – Say It ft. Tove Lo (Illenium Remix)

In the UK Flume’s ‘Say It’ was his first foray into mainstream music, featuring vocals from the ever growing Tove Lo. With Illenium on remix duties you’ll hear a track that stays pretty true to the original before dropping into a much bassier melodic chorus. Simple, but effective. Advertisements

Danelle – Chairs (Ronin Remix)

With a very chilled out vibe, Danelle’s ‘Chairs’ is the perfect track to usher in autumn in the UK. With a slowly building following, the Los Angeles based singer has formed something of an alliance with producer Salda. Ronin’s remix stays pretty true to the original, bringing the vocals to the top of the mix, … 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

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (B.R. Centurion’s Ballad Mix)

Something a bit different for your Sunday update – a very different remix from B.R. Centurion, who strips back Duke Dumont’s ‘Ocean Drive’ to it’s vocals before adding a minimal piano top-line and focusing on the harmonies. Beautiful. Any news on B.R. Centurion would be much appreciated, as no-one appears to know anything so far!

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

Aeroplane – Let’s Get Slow Feat. Benjamin Diamond

How long has Aeroplane been away for? It seems like ages… ‘Let’s Get Slow’ takes us back to some of the best, with a very groovy 80s styled into before dropping into a post-futuristic (and dare I say it Random Access Memories infused) chorus. Check it out.