I’m elated to share with you some incredible new music from one of my favorite producers, George FitzGerald.
Ever since hearing his infectious single “Child,” I’ve become a huge fan of his work…and now he’s finally releasing a debut album! Albeit it’s not slated to release until late-April, he’s uploaded a new track titled “Full Circle” on his soundcloud.
A melodic slow-burn infused with deep house grooves, this track features the sultry vocals of Boxed In. It’s a mixture of melancholy and exploration of textures in sound and emotion. Does that make sense? It doesn’t have to…just listen.
And if you want more music, then check out this exclusive mix George did back in August for Fact Mag.
FACT Mix 457 – George Fitzgerald (Aug ’14)
Not only is Sam Rockwell a great actor, but he’s also a damn good dancer!
You see, Flight Facilities have taken some inspiration from Mylo and Stardust, and they’ve released an awesome new music video for their single “Down To Earth.”
With choreography from Vincent Paterson, Mr. Rockwell dances and prances around to the catchy tune.
Check it out:
Down To Earth
Taking into consideration how unbelievably cold it has been, I’m beginning to feel like it’s never going to warm up. Well, perhaps that’s a little too dramatic, but with temperatures below 20 degrees, can you blame me for feeling pessimistic?
But I digress. Despite the unfathomable temperatures, music still has the power to warm up our spirits…and I’ve got a track for you that might bring some sunshine your way.
Melbourne electro-pop band, Miami Horror, are warming things up with their new single “Love Like Mine.”
Forthcoming on their second album, All Possible Futures (out in April,) this new track is a vibrant preview to the soundtrack of spring/summer.
While listening to those won’t warm up the temperatures outside (if only,) it will at least put a smile on your face and give you awesome daydreams of the sunny days to come.
Sometimes you need to feel the rhythm, and when you really need to up close & personal with those pulsating beats, Low Steppa has got you covered.
The Birmingham, UK producer is bringing major heat with a free download of his new album, Troubles. In the past 15 years of producing music, the producer has been on a journey to define his sound and share quality music with us loyal fans.
Troubles accomplishes his goal. This 15 track album is a mixture of jackin’ beats, vocal samples, and wicked synths. Each track captures an essence of house music that I love, and while it’s hard to define deep house versus jackin house, Low Steppa balances the definitions.
If you read my blog, then you know I don’t normally give a big review of each track…and I’m not going to start today. So I recommend you experience this music for yourself. :)
Give it a spin and be sure to visit Low Steppa’s soundcloud page for the download deets. :)
Troubles Album Preview
And if those wicked vibes aren’t enough to hold you over, then get lost in this incredible mix for Rinse FM.
Rinse FM //4 Feb 15 // w/ Lo Steppa
It has been awhile since I’ve listened to the vocals of George Maple, but the singer has released a new single on Future Classic…so let’s give it a listen.
Titled “Talk Talk,” this melodic house track is a solid offering from the Australian songstress. And while the original is worthwhile, the house-filled Moon Boots remix is all that jazz and more.
Talk Talk (Moon Boots Remix)
What happens when you take one song and rework it for different dance floors? You end up with AIMES new EP, Harmonique Cosmique.
On this conceptual EP, we get to delight in four different tracks that range from nu disco slow burn to sunset on the beach.
Give it a spin: