“Springhouse” is like an exploding kaleidoscope — vibrant, fluid and bursting with colorful, captivating sounds. Take one listen to the track and immediately Incan Abraham‘s musical textures might call to mind the grandeur of Grizzly Bear, the quirkiness of Yeasayer and the wild spirit of Local Natives. These newcomers from Los Angeles recently put out a music video, directed by guitarist Teddy Cafaro along with Jack Johnson, and just yesterday celebrated the release of their EP. This band is certainly one to watch, so don’t sleep on ‘em!
Originally from the UK, but now residing in New York City, Lovelife make that kind of lush electro pop whose feel-good vibes seem to wash over you gently and persuasively, wave after wave, until you finally give in. Their newest collection, The Fourth Floor EP, boasts four pretty tracks, synths all sparkling and aglow, which you should check out on this sunny afternoon. The standout song, “Your New Beloved,” is below. Listen to the entire EP here.
Over the past few months the productional duo hailing from New York, Follow Me, has quickly become a favorite here at TMN for their unprecedented ability to transform soulful R&B classics into sensual deep house tunes that infectiously spread good vibes. This time, Follow Me is back at it again with an absolutely fantastic remix of Soul II Soul’s “Back to Life (However Do You Want Me”. Accentuating the vocals of the original with deep bass, meticulously crafted melodies, and whimsical space-age synths, this remix truly is a work of art. It is one thing to remix a classic but few possess the vision and talent that Follow Me demonstrate; reworking the original to sound as if it were an original production of the highest caliber. As to be expected the duo gave this gem out for free so jump over to Facebook, show this duo your appreciation and snag a copy of this track here!
It is easy to be saturated with M83 remixes, after all their rise to popularity have paved the way for indie-seeking producers seeking special harmonics for their next electronic tune. “Steve McQueen” of French electronic band M83′s sixth studio album Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming is already more than a year old but thanks to french producing duo BeatauCue, we are welcoming its resurgence. Combining many of the current electronic elements that make dance music so vibrant today, BeatauCue have packed it all into a worthy remix.
The best feeling for us hipsters of music is to come across an artist that is just about to blow up, or at least we sure hope so. Chill Bump is an unconventional rap duo straight out of France. Comprised of producer Bankal and MC Miscellaneous (of Fumuj and Rytmétix) this do-it-yourself duo with enough enthusiasm and versatility have already gathered international attention. Their previous EP release “Hidden Strings” topped the charts of Hype Machine back in June. Yesterday, Chill Bump debuted the music video for “The Eponym”, of their upcoming EP “The Loop” out Dec 4th entirely for free. http://chillbump.bandcamp.com
Denver’s prolific artist group Triad Dragon have been synonymous with high energy music from the start. Born in 2012 (coincidentally the year of he dragon?), the trio, in full ninja fashion, have infiltrated the Electronic Music Dance local scene with the release of quality original and creative remixes (most notably the Daft Punk – One More Time remix we featured earlier this year. Just like our weekly “Party Playlists” that equip you with just the right amount of party tunes for the weekend, their latest release “Epic Party Kit EP” proves to have similar results with outstanding tracks like “Movement” and “Noise Complaint”. The EP is completely free and you can download it off their soundcloud here.
As you can see in the picture above, UK producer Star Slinger‘s got something to celebrate: his new Ladies In The Back EP which just dropped yesterday. We featured the title track in its original electronica-meets-drone-rap form a few months ago, and today, we bring you the alternate “Party Mix” version. If you dig it, make sure to purchase a beautiful physical copy or the digital files via iTunes.
Star Slinger Ladies In The Back (Feat. Teki Latex) (Party Mix)