Funkerman Feat. J.W.
Foolish Game (Radio Edit)
Founder of Flamingo Recordings and Can You Feel It Records, the label releasing “Foolish Game,” Funkerman comes with a new single that features the vocalist J.W. “Foolish Game” comes as an original mix and a radio edit, both being available for purchase on iTunes. J.W. plays a large role in this track, with vocals being a central ingredient throughout the entirety of the song. Singing atop Funkerman’s ripe melodies and playful percussion, the singer has quite the base to start with. Funkerman is no stranger to making great house music, which is just what we have here. Don’t be a fool; have a listen, and grab a copy.
Long Way Down (Sean Glass Remix)
Fortunately for us, Monday has come and gone. While we still have a full four days ahead, this should help you breathe easier. Sean Glass, son of the Glassnote Records’ founder, Daniel Glass, has made his debut as a producer, taking on Robert DeLong’s “Long Way Down.” Some of you might remember Glass and his label, Win Music, for signing Duke Dumont and releasing his track “Need U 100%,” which was nominated for the Best Dance Recording Grammy in 2014, but now, the Win Music head honcho is hoping to find the same success that Dumont has had, with his own music.
First premiered by Jason Bentley on his KCRW Metropolis show, Glass’s remix of “Long Way Down” takes the indie croons of DeLong while simultaneously infusing a disco-inspired, house vibe into the track with distorted vocal samples and catchy hi-hats. Take a listen to the remix above!
Waiting On Your Love (Rukaz Remix)
WELCOME TO MIAMI MUSIC WEEK! It’s already underway, and those of lucky enough to go are going to have a blast. For us still stuck at work, Rukaz has got us covered with a brand new remix of Felix Snow‘s “Waiting On Your Love” that will bring Miami to your speakers right at home. Slicing up the vocals into bite size bits and sprinkling them all over this delicious slice of house/trap hybrid, Rukaz has cooked up a fun new track that drips with nothing but pure satisfaction. Let loose and enjoy the impending festival season with this big, upbeat track above!
Bubble (YesYou Remix) [EDM.com Premiere]
Breakup have grown and grown in popularity, shining bright with that delicate and enticing vocal that rings in the air keeping you hooked from the first syllable, ‘Bubble’, having come our way just over a month ago now, has been given a fresh coating straight out of the YesYou studio.
The most obvious addition to the track has got to be the funky house groove and deeper bass line that locks around the kicks. Alongside the shuffling hi hats and delays claps, the boys also bring flurries of melodic ideas such as the subtle, yet essential addition of a syncopated horn line.
Out now on Universal Music Sweden/Svenska Inspelningar, ‘Bubble’ is available to buy here.
Starting off his Soundcloud game strong, Matt Prostel has uploaded the first tune to his page recently. Due out out on April 6th on his Glass House EP through DV8 Records, “Never” is a unique house track that takes influence from deep, tech and garage. It’s smooth composition will sooth your ears as you groove along to the subtle beat. Coming from Miami, Matt’s minimal style is strong, ready for late night clubs where you wouldn’t catch anyone seriously saying they were going to turn up. Cool and classy, “Never” has us wanting more as we anxiously await his upcoming EP next month. Have a listen and stay tuned!
Full Crate x Mar
Dutch production tandem, Full Crate x Mar, have carved out their own genre over the last year crafting infectious tunes at the intersection of sensual R&B and house music. Their latest release, “Her Window,” embodies their style with a thumping electronic backdrop accompanied with soulful vocals from Mar. The lyrics basically tell the story of a hopeful stalker, which teamed with an irresistible dance beat make for a strangely seductive listening experience. Give this voyeur’s anthem a spin above and see for yourself why it’s been in heavy rotation for us.
Drom (FREE DOWNLOAD)
It’s that time of the year again folks! Miami Music Week is quickly approaching, and the fine folks at Minimax have got us feeling like kids on Christmas Eve. Our first spring soiree will be going down at the ever-elating Treehouse. Self ascribed “superhouse” producers Andhim will be dropping their signature mix of grooves alongside Thugfucker, Baez and friends. Miami vice is sure to abound on this magical night , so go grab your tickets here before the clamoring hordes beat you to it.