If you’re in pursuit of some funky vibes with a futuristic edge, then check out these delicious grooves from Canadian producer, Pomo.
His new EP, The Other Day, serves up eight funky tracks that will let you keep partying like the weekend, even though it’s Monday morning.
So don’t let the party stop, get over your #caseofthemondays with this groovy EP.
The Other Day
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)
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:
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
Are you suffering from a #caseofthemondays? Well, I am! I’m sitting here at Starbucks, attempting to wake up before heading into work, and right now I’m in desperate need of a pick-me-up (the espresso shot isn’t enough.)
While the espresso shot in my latte isn’t doing the job, I’ll say that this grooving deep house mix from Golf Clap is quickly waking me up. Man, it’s just what I needed to get me through the morning!
The Detroit-based production are bringing some heavy moves with their “Nightlife” mix for September. Full of deep churning bass and solid transitions, this is a sexy mix for your morning commute.
Give it a spin: