Sublime electronic bliss.
Those are the words I’d use to describe Canadian producer Caribou aka Dan Snaith’s infectious new single, “Our Love.”
When you first push play, atmospheric vocals and slow-burn beats begin to entice you. This sultry combination creates a “late-night ride” vibe, but don’t be mistaken by the subtle BPM.
This track reaches its full potential and powers up with some wicked electro synths, kicks, snares, and everything that makes this track somehow eargasmic.
Perhaps, I might not be making sense. So why not just push play and experience it for yourself?
Featuring a beautiful vocal sample of Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know,” Ocean Avenue’s latest track “Wake Me” is absolutely stunning.
If you want a daydream atmosphere, then look no further. These blissful vibes are perfect for some much-needed R&R. Whether you’re relaxing on a beach or taking a country-side drive, “Wake Me” is a serene journey.
Give it a listen:
If Miami Vice needed a new soundtrack, then AIMES & Javi’s new single “Burnin’ would be the song of choice.
This track is so reminiscent of the 80s and zooming with electric disco vibes, and you can’t help but to love it! It’s the type of music you could even listen to while doing some old school aerobics (or maybe you prefer jazzercise.)
Get over your humpday blues with this disco heat:
Wayward have grasped the art of creating music that exudes soulful Balearic vibes, and their latest track “Speak On It” is certainly riddled with soul.
Forthcoming on Black Butter Records, this track starts off as a slow-burn, but it picks up the pace and brings forth some tropical heat.
Give it a listen:
Speak On It
Dirk Deafner’s latest mix “DirkDisco” is non-stop party of funky grooves.
Jam-packed with nu disco cuts, house edits, and indie dance tracks, this is a solid mix that will have you transforming you living room into an impromptu dance club.
Give it a spin:
If I had to picture the perfect summer day in New York, I would imagine that Body Language’s Infinite Sunshine EP would be my soundtrack of choice.
Body Language, an eclectic Brooklyn-based R&B/Soul/Disco/Indie Dance group, have returned to the forefront with this new EP that is just so damn good!
With a total of five tracks, this EP has got that funky disco sound infused with that cornbread soul, and all-in-all, it’s a glittery gem of awesomeness!
Haha, experience if for yourself: