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I’ll never say never, i’ll never say never again… What a TRACK. Thank you Mark Knight for this proper deep remix. Have a great weekend everyone!
Over their three critically-acclaimed studio albums, along with their recent Acoustic project, Above & Beyond have continually been celebrated for placing real musicianship and songwriting at the heart of what they do. While their famed club mixes have resonated with the dance generation, the songs behind them have touched fans of all ages across the globe. As influenced as much by Jeff Buckley or Bon Iver as they are by their deep love of electronic music, Above & Beyond’s songs and lyrics have been sung back to them at the world’s biggest stadiums and stages – from Brixton Academy to LA’s Hollywood Palladium, to their famed 1 million people gig at Barra Beach in Rio de Janeiro in 2007.
The #ABGT050 after movie…
See you at MSG on the 18th, bumpers!
My man Jai Wolf has become a mother f*cking POWERHOUSE. Now with Skrillex playing his remix of “Ease My Mind” at festivals all over the world, the NYC based DJ is making his way to the top. Sound the alarm for Jai Wolf’s remix of Lookas‘s “Loko”, cause he goes in heavvyy. There’s a magical buildup followed by a different aggressive one-liner before each drop, always keeping the audience guessing. Get on your dancing shoes and let the booty popping begin.
Looking for a song to get your freak on to? Meet Shay Lia. Her feminine yet raspy voice on top of Kaytranada‘s smooth, entrancing beats make for the perfect track to bump when you’re planning to hump. I first noticed that the two Canadians made a great collab when I heard Lia’s vocals on Kaytranada’s “Leave Me Alone“, and now they have teamed up again with “3 Months.” The R&B singer shows the three stages of grief while being away from the bae for 3 months, but the experience is more sultry than sad. The coolest part is that you can pick which music video to watch and match it with your mood on their interactive video website, here. Shay Lia’s parts are the same in black and white for every video, and then you can choose Red, Green or Blue. Basically, this song is good if you’re feeling sexy, sad or simply just chillin.
Listen to what Kaytranada fans first heard of Shay Lia:
What a desperate, pathetic fool I was. Time after time, my “friends” had shown me their true colors. Yet, I still wanted to believe they were sorry for causing me pain.
Featured on ‘Anjunadeep 06,’ which went #1 on iTunes Dance in the US in its first week of release, the title track “Got This Feeling” is an anthem in the best sense of the word. Catchy but classy, with intricate melodic details, the track features a chugging groove and lazy percussion that makes way for a majestic piano breakdown and a joyous vocal loop. Anjuna regulars can finally put an ID to this one after hearing it on an Anjunadeep Edition mix earlier this year.
“Still Linger In My Dreams” is another beautiful piece of soulful and melodic dance music that shows Cubicolor at their most cinematic. Sweeping percussion combines with another gorgeous vocal loop, surrounded by deft textures and intricate production.
“A New High” sees Cubicolor show off their darker side, with a dance floor oriented tech house weapon. Energetic percussion drives the track through to a complex breakdown that builds and builds, before skillfully dropping back into the flowing bass groove.
A name that shines brightly amongst the identities of electronic music innovators is the ever-progressing talent Joris Voorn. Almost a decade since his first LP (Future History – 2004), the cinematic overtones that have provided such tremendous warmth in all of his productions assemble beautifully for his third studio album “Nobody Knows”.
With a sound both identifiable and individual Joris Voorn’s consistent caliber of work and attention to finely detailed production places him in a position of undoubted consideration amongst some of the most revered producers around. Stay tuned !
Set in a galaxy far, far away the “Light Years Away” video tells the story of a team – one female, one robot – on a mission to find signs of organic life. The female is longing for something, perhaps a lost companion or desire to revisit the past. All the while, right in front of her is her loyal partner who takes care of her unconditionally. It all ends up in a dazzling display of computer love.