This delightful collaboration with fellow Angelino Nevve deserves your attention this summer for a multitude of reasons. Musically, the track brings in lush future-style synths that beckon back on VOKES upbringing in Malibu, California, adding to the complex personality of the track. Coupled with those synths are a prominent, buzzy bassline, carefully placed percussion, and a jazzy guitar breakdown, all of which provide the perfect backdrop for the interchanging verses from both VOKES and Nevve.
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The truth is, this isn’t Moods. and Boogie Angst’s first rodeo together. They’ve previously partnered on projects, but there’s something special about A Beautiful Mind. Each single is a journey within itself that you want to relive over and over. The problem is, you want all of them, but can only choose one at a time. The title track starts off with its light-hearted allure that sets the stage for the other singles. “How I Feel” featuring Sam Wills is the chillest tune on the project, with a soulful jazzy sensibility that will grab the attention of individuals who don’t even call themselves fans of electronic music. Thirdly, we come across “Evolve,” a groovy laid-back hit that keeps the tone that the previous record had. However, once we reach the closing single, the mood shifts to a more up-beat one with “The Hero.” It’s hard to pick a favorite; we’re still going back and forth between them all. Time for you to give it a go and join the conversation around Moods. majestic EP, which you can purchase today.
“In My Arms” is a jolly song that is heavily influenced by pop music, but at its heart it is a house record. Kav and Palm Trees manage to work together in tandem as though they have done it a million times before. Everything about this song sounds so fluid and organic. You can’t help but to feel good while you are listening and grooving along to the joyous chords and jubilant melodies. It’s Summer time, and those hot playlists are getting filled up real quick, but “In My Arms” is going to be a special track within those collections. It’s perfect for fun times outdoors with good company. Don’t sleep on this one!]]>
To get you ramped up for this upcoming, sure-to-be-legendary, weekend, we’ve put together a tasty little playlist featuring who you’ll be dancing to come July 8th, 9th, and 10th.
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The French Dj/producer put together not only a cool video, but it goes to an equally impressive single. “The Gifted One” is an indie dance meets French house concoction whose catchy characteristics are out of this world. You’ll be grooving along as you get a play-by-play of the lyrics. More than that, you’ll be entertained by the stunning visuals that this video has to offer. For all intents and purposes, this is a full blown music video; it just happens to have the lyrics blasted on the screen as well. Check it out below, and head over to iTunes for a copy.]]>
Patrick has been someone whose melodic dubstep style has been hailed as one of the best, but his harder tracks are undeniably special. Possibly his best yet, this remix takes a hybrid stance between trap and dubstep, bringing the best of both worlds into one. If you haven’t heard this original, then Mothica’s performance is going to be one aspect of this record that shines on this one; which is saying a lot, because what Patrick did is so good that it’s almost terrifying. If you’re looking for your next anthem to rage to, Patrick has you covered with his take on “Clear.” Check it out today and don’t sleep on this, grab a copy through iTunes, where you can check out the other remixes too!]]>
Even with what some would call an “older” sound, “Infinitum” doesn’t flinch its ability to make you reflect on a different time in electronic music and even a different time in life entirely. Sometimes the most unlikely things from the past make you optimistic about the future. “Infinitum” is also available on Spotify.]]>
Sometimes when electronic producers recruit a rapper or vice versa, the performances can be a bit lackluster, instead of each act amplifying the other. In the case of “Carried Away,” everyone exponentially strengthens each other with the result being one of this year’s dopest records. Grabbitz and Ray’s hybrid instrumental is top shelf; these two together are something special. Add Mikey Ceaser on top with his party-starting performance and you have a recipe for more than just success. This tune would be worth any purchase price a digital store could charge, but instead the three acts are giving this one out for free.]]>