Thursday brought about some new heat to warm our nasty March and leading things off we have a pair of tracks dedicated to another world. Along with the announcement of a “Game of Thrones” mixtape titled Catch The Throne, due out tomorrow came two tracks,...
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British bass-friendly producer YOGI has linked up with Pusha T for his latest project, and the collaboration comes in the form of genre-bending new release "Burial." Revealed earlier today via YOGI's SoundCloud, the track infuses his signature basslines and frantic drum sound with Pusha's raps, the product is a perfect and raw blend of electronic music with hip-hop. Listen below and share your thoughts in the comments.
Standing out as a 2013 summer music essential, AlunaGeorge's "Kaleidoscope Love" has been given a fresh face at the hand of Canadian producer, Kaytranada. Released this week via his SoundCloud channel, Kaytranada maintains Aluna Francis' sultry vocals but infuses it with a steady drum tap and funky vibe. Listen to Kaytranada's edition below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
This month, Mr Little Jeans will finally be liberating her debut album, which features the on-hand single, "Good Mistake," of course in original form. In further promotion of the anticipated project, Monica Birkenes lets loose of a new remix of the lead track, courtesy of YACHT. The result is a significantly electronic-driven number that still hones in on the original vocals. We think you'll enjoy, so let us know upon pressing play above.
Unveiled earlier today as a peek into their upcoming White Women project, Chromeo has released "Jealous (I Aint With It)." As the project, which is set to release May 12, has been described by the duo themselves as "Funker, Poppier, Catchier, Happier" the latest look at the album may just exceed expectations, cranking up the funk and positive vibes so much so that it's even drawing comparisons to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dreams." Do you think Chromeo's latest drop falls in to the same category of Katy Perry's pop releases, or is the act of comparing the two a little too far fetched? Listen above and share your thoughts below.
There's a new artist rising on the NYC electronic horizon that goes by the name of QUAYS. Their latest song, "Cursiv," serves as a somewhat hypnotic manifest of this enigmatic act's potential. Besides its intricate beat structure, the cool thing about it is that you can listen to this song by calling this number: 917-410-6948. This might be a little bit more creepy than hitting the play button above, but it can definitely provide some sort of added value to the song. This is basically up to you.
As we reported just last week of the possible collab, it appears the track has come to light. It's part of the upcoming Divergent sci-fi film whose soundtrack features a stellar line-up of music features including Pia Pia, Kendrick Lamar and Chance The Rapper to name a few. Today sees the release of A$AP Rocky's contribution to the project with renowned French producer Gesaffelstein. Press play above to check out the record and if you haven't already, peep our interview with Gesaffelstein a few weeks back here. The Divergent soundtrack releases on March 11, while the movie hits theaters on March 21.
With his debut EP, Feel, set to release on March 31, Boy in a Movie has revealed a first look at the upcoming project with "Change You." Composed using melodic vocal samples and a hypnotic instrumental progression, the London-based artist's latest track is an audio cruise that offers five full minutes worth of smooth listening. Listen above and share your thoughts below.
German producer Tensnake pairs up with three time Grammy Award winner Jacques Lu Cont and Jamie Lidell for an energetic new single entitled "Feel of Love." The catchy disco gem is set to be included on Tensnake's upcoming studio album, Glow. Listen to the collaboration above, and leave your thoughts in the comment section. Glow hits stores March 10, but is available for preorder via iTunes.
Brand new visuals from Major Lazer have made their way to the interwebs today for the group's celebrated single "Lose Yourself," which also notably featured RDJ and Moska. You'll find the gentlemen accompanied by a crew of women who take twerking to a whole another meaning, as you'll see in a moment. The song can be found on Major Lazer's latest Apocalypse Soon EP which is out now. Peep above!