Getter & Ghastly : 666!

Oh, suh dude!

Anyone finding themselves struggling to get through this mid-week slump? Good news, I’ve got a treat for you!

OWSLA has hit us with hella new tracks this past week & one of my faves has gotta be Getter & Ghastly‘s 666! This fast-paced track has got me bumpin’ & jumpin’ like no other.

So turn your Hump Day into Bump Day with this electronic banger!

 

 

Jai Wolf debuts first orignal track: Indian Summer

We have been following Jai Wolf since his first remix three years ago… now, the NYC based producer has finally released his first ORIGINAL TRACK!!! After gaining worldwide recognition with his “Ease My Mind” Skrillex remix, Jai has now played at Coachella and Bonnaroo, had #1 songs on HypeMachine a handful of times, and now has his first original track “Indian Summer” on ODESZA‘s Foreign Family Collective.

Clearly, we wouldn’t expect anything less than amazing, and Jai definitely delivered. He chose a road less trappy, and gave us something more euphoric and enlightening. This debut is full of his signature high-pitched vocals, summery tones and beats, all encompassed by big synths to bring everything together smoothly. All in all, this song flows through your body making you feel better and better with every new sound, making you wish it lasted forever.

Congrats  Jai Wolf, and we cannot wait to see what else you have up your sleeve. We’ll be bumpin this all summer.

Shay Lia: 3 Months (Prod. by Kaytranada)

Looking for a song to get your freak on to? Meet Shay Lia. Her feminine yet raspy voice on top of Kaytranadas 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: