Category Archives: Dance/House/Electronica

The Voyagers

EDM | The Voyagers x Haris – ‘A Lot Like Love (Oliver Heldens Edit)’ (VIDEO)

Slowly but surely, I’m morphing into a fan of Oliver Heldens. It’s true that I only just discovered his music a few weeks ago and posted it on this site. Yet, after hearing his latest remix of The Voyagers track “A Lot Like Love” featuring Haris, I can confidently say I’m loving me some Heldens!

Not only is this remix the right touch of dance music and intoxicating electro vibes, but the music video is this trendy dosage of awesomeness!

Check out these fresh visuals:

A Lot Like Love (Oliver Heldens Edit)

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Pure Bliss | Flight Facilities x Emma Louise – ‘Two Bodies’

Normally, I’d sit here and write a few blurbs (or more if I’m ranting) about music and culture, but for this post the words have already been provided on behalf of Emma Louise.

I’m talking about the illusive, magnetic, and compelling lyrics that Emma Louise sings in Flight Facilities new single, “Two Bodies.”

Read the lyrics and be sure to watch the video for this intoxicating single that you can listen to on Flight Facilities’ debut album, Down To Earth. 

Official Video

“Two Bodies”

I didn’t understand it at the time. I fail to achieve any degree of understanding in the ensuing years, which are three in number. I presume Herb means that inherently you cannot be commercial and artistic. You cannot be commercial and quality. You cannot be commercial concurrent with have a preoccupation with the level of storytelling that you want to achieve. And this I have to reject. I don’t think calling something commercial tags it with a kind of an odious suggestion that it stinks, that it’s something raunchy to be ashamed of. I don’t think if you say commercial means to be publicly acceptable, what’s wrong with that?
As long as you are not ashamed of anything you write if you’re a writer, as long as you’re not ashamed of anything you perform if you’re an actor, and I’m not ashamed of anything.
This is the area I know. But I think innate in what Herb says is the suggestion made by many people that you can’t have public acceptance and still be artistic. And, as I said, I have to reject that.

Just two bodies
Just two bodies

I’ve been so ready to dim my mind

Come over or not, I’ve 
Been so ready to dim my mind
Your body a drug, for mine
Two bodies moving in
Time and space to try and heal me
I know what I want, so come over and

CHORUS:

Hold me, I won’t ask for anything more
I’m hurting, use now when I’m vulnerable
It helps me fake some love for a little while
I know what I want, so take advantage of me

You’re closed, you’re a book. No lines
Can’t read you if I try
And if that’s the way you want it
That’s fine I’ll just close my eyes and
Try to ignore you, a free ride for you to

Just two bodies
Just two bodies

(CHORUS x3)

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Les Sins (aka Toro Y Moi) Drops Fresh Visuals for “Bother”

Not too long ago I shared with you some hot new music from chill wave sensation, Toro Y Moi. Except, the music I shared with you is being released under his new moniker—Les Sins.

The indie artist is diving into the world of dance music, and fitting the weirdness you’d except from dance music, Les Sins new music video is outside the box. Seriously, it’s way outside the box!

The video features one of those wacky inflatable guys you see at a used car dealerships. Haha, sounds weird, right? Check it out:

Bother

 

Jacques Greene

Slow Burn | The Weeknd – ‘What You Need (Jacques Greene ’11 Edit)

I’ll admit it; I don’t listen to The Weeknd that much. It’s not that his music doesn’t appeal to me, yet rather I’d say it’s because he’s not on my music radar.However, I’ve always loved his single “What You Need,” and I’m really loving Jacques Greene’s edit.

The Canadian house producer has taken the slow burn essence of the original edit and has amplified it with subtle house grooves. Albeit it’s still a slow BPM, those few housey moments towards the end are well worth the anticipation.

Give it a listen:

What You Need (Jacques Green ’11 Edit)

Dornik On My Mind

Slow Burn | Dornik – ‘On My Mind’

If you’re in pursuit of funky soul patch grooves and slow burn seduction, then look no further than Dornik’s single, “On My Mind.”

The London producer is working on a new EP which will hopefully be announced in the coming weeks on PMR. But until we get further news about what to expect on the EP, I encourage you to enjoy this slow burner:

On My Mind

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Pure Bliss | The Magician – ‘Sunlight (Darius Remix)’

Happy Friday! I hope that you’ve all had a wonderful day and are prepping for hopefully an awesome or chilled weekend.

If your weekend agenda consists of chilling (mine does,)  then you’ll want to add Darius’ remix of The Magician’s “Sunlight” to your chill playlist.

Darius, a producer from French, has taken what is already an incredible song, and slows it down to a sexy BPM that is glistening with sunshine.

Check it out:

Sunlight (Darius Remix)