Happy kick ass cover Friday!
for the love of synth. this song makes me so happy
Wednesday. Let’s get it
Get swept away by Dirty South’s stunning and cinematic new single “Unbreakable” Feat. Sam Martin! The evocative track sets the scene for a highly anticipated album as it races towards summer anthem status.
“Unbreakable” – out in August on Astralwerks – is the first single from Dirty South’s genre-spanning sophomore album coming later this year. The new album and an accompanying short film (written, directed, and shot by Dirty South) is the next step in Dirty South’s artistic evolution; traversing the electronic, indie, and alternative soundscape to create a sound all its own. Further details will be revealed soon.
perfect summer choon
anything basement jaxx, really.
France apparently breads electronica duos left and right
"You’re taking my picture!"
RAC x RZA
gorgeous simplicity - only two insturments. happy cover Friday kids
Played 625 times.
Mess Is Mine - Vance Joy.
We featured Vance Joy’s excellent debut on here a year ago, and it’s time to feature him again. Why? Because his first LP, Dream Your Life Away, is finally coming out in September, and because "Mess Is Mine" is an incredible song.
Pre-order it here, I have.
Contributed by @rowaneva.
Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA has certainly come a long way since I first discovered her music a few years ago, then contributed to her very first music video, Darkest Dim, via crowdsourcing. From those sensual electronic days, she’s gone on to demonstrate how incredibly versatile she is with all sorts of releases in various genres and all kinds of collaborations. Today, she returns to more sensual, shadowy regions with intoxicating electro R&B single Realla, featuring Anderson Paak on smooth, soulful vocals, and, might I say, some sweet, sumptuous horns. Realla is the first single off her upcoming mini album Desiderium, the first record she’ll be releasing on new label Young Art.
TOKiMONSTA -> best name ever. Good production too
Anderson Paak -> frank ocean-esque. also “obvi” used in a song
heavy scent of the 80s. fuck yeah new La Roux
r&b and electronica