As the cold weather embarks upon us, signaling those toasty nights of hot cocoa, cuddling, and holiday-themed movies give us giggles, you can’t help but to crave some sunshine vibes.
What sounds like a song that has been seamlessly crafted on the beach, Hemingway’s Balearic Reprise of Metronomy’s “The Look” is that pick me up you’ve been cruising for.
The perfect blend of guitars, atmospheric vocals, and jazzy hints of percussion, this track is one for the daydreamers; go ahead and escape…
Hemingway’s Balearic Reprise
I like a track that has momentum and takes me on a journey. Even if I know where I’m going to end up, it’s still nice to be tossed and turned different directions. And tossing and turning is exactly what The Six’s remix of Elderbrook’s “Could” does.
With brooding vocals, new drum pads, synths, and baselines every 30 seconds, this track is an exciting number to listen to.
Give this wicked edit a spin:
Could (The Six Remix)
Yeah, it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted any music from illusive producer, The Magician.
However, keeping the momentum alive, the Belgium producer has crafted yet another bag of mystery with his latest magic tape.
The 46th mix in his “Magic Tape” series, this is a solid mix full of indie electro hits, house edits, and some solid grooves with a mixture of rainy days and sunshine vibes.
Give it a spin:
Magic Tape 46
What could certainly be described as a delicious fusion of disco funk and soul, Julio Bashmore’s new single “Rhythm Of Auld” is golden.
Backed with vocal support of J’Danna, this is a solid edit that will have you grabbing your bell bottoms and platform shoes, and heading towards the nearest dancefloor.
Give it a spin:
Rhythm Of Auld
A blend of daytime dance music and subtle deep house riffs, Just Kiddin’s new music video for their single “Thinking About It” is a weekend delight.
A lovers EDM journey, this music is a places the spotlight on a fun-filled adorable couple doing what couples do; the little things that make relationships awesome. :)
From kisses to skipping down the gritty street to bowling to running through an arcade, this is a fun video with a great soundtrack.
Watch it now:
Thinking About It
I’m not sure how you feel about cats staring at you, but it can be creepy! And in Jimmy Edgar’s new video for his single “Who’s Watchin,” we’ve got a handful of trippy cats piercing into our souls with their big eyes.
Some of you might not like the trippy visuals of this video, but some of you might love it! I personally, think it’s really outside the box and I enjoy the artistry of the cats.
Check it out: