End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix) [Free Download]
Even though this track dropped a week ago, and we featured it on our Friday Party Playlist, we felt the urge to give it a moment in the limelight with a full write up.
Those of you who’ve been following us for some time know that we’re all about what this Philly-based producer puts out, and this remix of “End the Night” is no different. This time around, Louis Futon has taken a step back from his future-rich sounds to dial up a groovy tune, rich with classic instrumentation of his own and plenty of elements from the original production.
While we still have another Party Playlist coming out later today, nothing says “Friday,” more than this tune. Press play and get ready for the weekend.
Bart B More
Share Your Love (Original Mix)
Bart B More is back with another EP, just one month after he released his Sam Nat Part One EP, and the first track is coming at you today. If you’re a long-time fan of this Netherlands-based producer/DJ, you know full and well he crafts sounds veiled in multiple different genres. Today’s release comes from the upcoming Sat Nam Part Two EP (coming April 20th), and it showcases the aforementioned much as ever. “Share Your Love,” boasts a laid-back, chilled electro sounds perfect to help you ease into your weekend.
We caught up with Mr. More to get some insight into this new tune and the rest of the EP. Check out what he had to say below:
TMN: Thanks for taking a moment to answer a few questions. First up, let’s talk about the track we’re premiering today, “Share Your Love.” It’s a bit of a departure from what people are used to. Can you talk to us about that a little bit?
BBM: It’s my pleasure, thank you guys for giving me the chance to premiere my new music! About ‘Share Your Love’ I can see how, from the outside, it might look as if it’s a bit of a departure from my usual sound. But the thing is I’ve always enjoyed making all kinds of different music, or different ‘genres’ if you will. What’s changed now is that I’ve finally gathered some courage to release it, even though it will probably confuse people. This is what my ‘SAT NAM’ project and my forthcoming LP is all about; breaking the barriers of sticking to one genre or sound just because it’s easier to package and brand, going ahead and really showing the other facets of myself as an artist.
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Madeon - April 16
Pay No Mind (ft. Passion Pit)
What So Not - April 17
RL Grime x What So Not
Sharam - April 18
Cedric Gervais Feat. Ali Tamposi
Love Again (Sharam Acid Remix)
tell me ft. Brian Bibb
Alright ninjas, we’ve got a good one for you guys today. We discovered Ørka as we were going through our daily Soundcloud scavenger hunt, and as you could imagine, we didn’t expect to see an artist with less than 400 Soundcloud followers in the midst of all the other tracks. We gave Ørka a shot though and we’re god damn happy we did.
The only thing you can find about the Miami-based Ørka online is his music, in the form of six tracks on Soundcloud, and that seems telling of the kind of person he is. “Tell Me” is an emotion-laden indie electronic masterpiece that seemingly draws inspirations from the likes of the legendary James Blake. A melancholy piano melody sets the foundation for the track as Brian Bibb delivers morose vocals that gives the track a hauntingly beautiful vibe.
Stream “Tell Me” above and get a free download, courtesy of Ørka, here.
Henry Green Music
We may be a little bit behind, considering that this was released over a week ago, but we really don’t care. This song from teenage sensation Henry Green is too good to pass up.
Coming off his upcoming debut EP, Slow, this young Bristolian is showing up teens around the world with his painfully impressive musical talent. So impressive, that he was personally invited by London Grammar’s guitarist to support the band at their sold out show at the Anson Rooms in Bristol.
“Barcelona” haunts with subtle instrumentation and echoey vocals, luring the listener in with reckless abondon. The addition of atmospheric hissing and water drops only add to the mesmerizing nature, creating a luscious and velvety soundscape.
This is the first single off his upcoming EP, which will be released via Akira Records on June 1st.
This Swiss-based producer’s releases have effortlessly topped Beatport charts over the last few months, and it seems like he’s due for another chart-dominating song. Mastering his craft over the last decades, EDX has developed a reputation for his melody-driven studio work, and high energy live sets, both of which have kept him in the forefront of the electronic music scene.
Ever since we first heard EDX’s latest track, “Want You,” during its premiere on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show, we can’t seem to get enough. This clubby smash incorporates a smooth, driving groove, underlying subtle instrumentation, and a vocal that’ll get stuck in your head in no time.
As EDX’s first release on Ministry of Sounds sub-label HK Records, “Want You” is now available on Beatport.
The Beautiful Girls
Long Way Home (Danielle Remix)
Back in February, a female artist by the name of Danielle surfaced onto our feeds with her remix of “Shaky Ground” by Freedom Fry that pulled many of us from our winter hole. Now that spring has sprung, it seems that the “fashion meet music” maestro is back to guide us straight into summer with a brand new remix.
Turning to a more blues and folk source for a launching pad, Danielle takes on Australian band The Beautiful Girls’ “Long Way Home” to make this next drawn out month until summer a little shorter. A resonating bassline wobble opposed by jovial guitar strums and sun-soaked xylophone dabbles, this remix shifts the weight towards more groovy-melodic sounds while keeping the tropical elements in the accent role.
If this girl can get 100,000+ play on her first remix without a single follower, think what she can do with an equally as good second track and a little more traction to begin. This one is up as a freebie so soak in the spring sun and enjoy.