Stepping aside from the normal, I’m posting a variety of grime, UK bass, reggae, dancehall, and a handful of UK selects from Toddla T’s radio show, Girl Music.
With a guest mix from Chimpo, this is a solid mix that will add some excitement to your Sunday.
Its been almost two years since Irish dance/pop music diva, Róisín Murphy, teamed up with Luca C & Brigante for “Flash of Light.” Well now, they trio are back in full swing with an infectious new edit called “Invisions.”
A fusion of house rhythms and pop-like vocals from Ms. Murphy, this new single has got me smiling for miles. It’s the type of track I’d find myself listening to a gloomy morning (like today) and I’m wishing the weekend didn’t have to end. But oh well, at least the holiday is right around the corner.
So, if you’re like me, and in desperate need of a “pick me up,” give this blissful tune a spin:
London house duo, Dusky, are bringing some 90s rave vibes with their new music video “Yoohoo.”
Channeling the glowsticks, energy drinks, cross colors, and intergalactic vibes, this 90s techno-style video will have you raving out of your chair. Or something of the sort.
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)
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:
If you’re looking for a bouncy pop-infused edit, then you’ll want to check out James Curd’s new single “Let’s Bounce” featuring Yeah Boy.
Reminiscent of a 70s disco anthem and exuding hipster vibes, “Let’s Bounce” is a fun-filled track that will have you sweatin’ it out on the dancefloor.
Give it a spin: