Intergalatic vibes are in full swing in Sydney producer Cassian’s new music video, “Running.”
Profiling an astronaut in the myst of juggling memories and hallucinations, this music video is a surreal trippy journey with a stellar beat.
Andy Butler, the frontman for Hercules & Love Affair, is debuting his solo EP next month, but today he has shared with us his new single.
Hot off the press, “You Can Shine” is a dance infused dark disco with gospel vocals from Richard Kennedy. If you’re familiar with the work of Mr. Butler, then you might be surprised by this gospel-like direction, but it serves a purpose.
See what Andy wrote on his soundcloud:
I wanted to tap into the gospel tradition, for there to be a testifying quality to the record,” he continues. “Richard and I talk in the lyrics about putting ego aside and allowing people around you to shine. You shine when you acknowledge other people’s shine, even, if you will, the creator’s shine. I hope we’ve created something new. House is often soulful but you very rarely hear a big gospel-inflected voice paired with booming, doomy techno.
It’s not often that I find myself listening to a house track religiously. Okay, that’s not 100% true..it happens a lot! But I must say that Full Intention’s new track “I Will Wait For You” is such a majestic track that has snuck it’s way into my heart.
Featuring the ocean breeze vocals of Penny F, “I’ll Wait For You” is a delightful track that has a powerful build.
The track starts off with some soulful drums and then a few atmospheric synths trickle their way in. This glorious intro is followed up by the alluring Penny F singing her “I Will Wait For You’ ballad.
It’s yet another great release from the guys of Full Intention.
Give it a spin:
If you’ve read my blog in the past and pay attention to every blog post, then you’ve probably read my feature on Kenny Hectyc. But I totally understand if life gets in the way and you don’t soak up every ounce of good house music…
But today you’ll want to check out these new heat from Mr. Hectyc.
Sampling a quote from music icon, Bob Marley, this new track “Richness is Life” is a solid combination of roots, deep house, and bass.
Albeit it’s only a snippet of what’s to come, I can certainly say I’m digging what I’m hearing so far!
Give it a spin:
and in case you missed this preview:
Photo credit: Dace
Good morning! Who’s ready for a weekend full of house music?! Well, I am! That’s right, tonight is my favorite house music event in the DMV—Deep Sugar @ Paradox nightclub in Baltimore, MD.
In preparation for hours of dancing, I’m zoning out to this wicked house mix from Luke Solomon. Come on now, Luke Solomon + Business As Usual + Classics, need I say more?
Give it a spin:
Happy Friday!!!! I swear, #TGIF. This has been the slowest week ever, but now Friday is finally upon us.
Being the house music lover that I am, I woke up this morning at 5:30 a.m., got in my car at 6:30 a.m., and drove into DC blasting the sounds of MK’s Defected In The House.
I’m still working my way through disc 1, but I must say my favorite track thus far is this infectious deep house cut from Alex Agore.
Full of sassy vibes, this track “Mizz Honey” well have you working it out on the dance floor! #bitchyoubettahwerk