Feeling a little moody? Then take some timeout to get lost in the infectious sounds of HNNY’s remix of Dirtytwo’s “Moody.”
If you need the perfect track to kick off your weekend, then look no further than Jax Jones’ fresh single, “Yeah Yeah Yeah.”
Full of soulful vibes, disco strings, and an upbeat house rhythm, this is a refreshing track that is perfect for powering up a Friday night. Why? Because this track is happiness, and who doesn’t love being happy?
Give it a spin:
Yeah Yeah Yeah
In case you missed it, The Magician has dropped a wicked new magic tape full of absolute bangers. And one of the standout tracks (in my opinion) is certainly this deep & dirty house cut, “Loving Every Minute.”
Don’t believe me? Then experience it for yourself, as well as the Ghastly remix.
Loving Every Minute
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Hey house music lovers, geeks, travelers, and awesome people, how’s it going?! Sorry I haven’t been blogging much, I’ve been crazy busy at work (Travel Channel).
My job as a designer/video editor can be pretty hectic and a lot of fun, but I’m still always going to love blogging about house music and my adventures (including my upcoming Caribbean vacation.) But before we get to all that fun stuff, I’ve got so much good music I’ve been dying to share with you.
Let’s kick the night off with some wicked grooves from The Magician.
Full of absolute bangers, The Magician’s “Magic Tape 51″ is a wicked ride into the sounds of house and dance music. So let’s not delay this ride any further, and jump right in:
Magic Tape 51
With road trip season right around the corner, this blissful mix from Los Angeles producer Daniel.T. is exactly what you need.
Fueled by indie edits and electronic melodies, “Highway Mirages” is the perfect soundtrack for those long drives, even if it’s just that exhausting daily commute from the city to the burbs.
Give it a spin:
I haven’t heard many producers cover the Alexander O’Neal classic, “Saturday Love,” but Zimmer has brought the lyrics to life with his piano house version.
In full swing with pianos and bouncy synths, Zimmer and Pallace’s new track is certainly a dancefloor killer. I don’t have much to say, because the track speaks for itself!
So give it a spin: