If the results of yesterday’s game went your way, we’ve got the perfect front order to keep that happy dance going well into this week. Kick-starting the celebrations is Sydney’s swindail, injecting some serious bounce into one of our favorite chill releases of last year from Cosmo’s Midnight. ‘Walk With Me’ already had all the ingredients to influence a state of uncontrollable body groovin’, but this fresh take ignites those feelings into a fever pitch, accentuating the infectiously bright vibe that the original championed. It’s that same kind of addictive bumpy sound that’s become a signature of Pomo’s repertoire, and right on cue he delivers a delicious beat in the form of ‘Blue Soda (Part One)’. With a bassline to get stuck in your head for days, it seems the only way to shake this groove is to give in to its incredible rhythm.
Only two songs in and we’re sweating already. It might be time to switch it up with the latest piece of magic from Point Point. Big orchestral builds prelude the enormity of this grand musical masterpiece, shifting from crescendo to anticipation, until glorious melody and unbelievable funk finally reveal what delight is in store for our ears. That’s not the end of the orchestral brilliance either, as the closing minutes transition into harmonies that evoke that classic James Bond atmosphere. Espionage aside, there are no secrets when it comes to the production talent of Louis Futon, and his latest remix has once again demonstrated his skills at their catchy best. This time choosing Marian Hill’s hit ‘One Time’ as his objective, his sax driven approach adds another tool to his growing arsenal of dangerously smooth sounds.
In fact, regardless of how you’re feeling after Sunday’s events, we’re pretty sure this list won’t fail to bring a smile to your face. Peace out.