Autumn leaves drifting from their castle heights to the distant grounds, Tropic’s new single “Blame” is a majestic vision.
With such an atmospheric serenade, Tropic’s vocals resonate within our soul and allow us to drift into blissful wonders.
Let your mind escape:
Hands down, Moon Boot’s free download “There’s No Love” is the best track I’ve heard all week!
With simple soulful vocals, this is a funky house jam that comes to live with disco bass. I’m talking about that type of disco vibes that call you to the dancefloor, and will have you funking and grooving (whether you want to or not.)
So what are you waiting for? Download now and get funky!
There’s No Love
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)
If I had to describe Tala’s new single “Everybody’s Free,” I’d sum it up as a unique blend of tribal chants wrapped up in a futuristic love story.
The track is a blissful rework of Quindon Tarver’s cover of ‘Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good), and it has a compelling organic quality.
Experience the bliss:
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
Utterly provocative, Tiga’s new music video for his radiant tune “Bugatti” is a fresh set of visuals you’ll thoroughly enjoy.
While the track in itself is quite simple and seductively repetitive, the music video is an avant-garde explosion of concepts and striking imagery.
See for yourself: