French collective Slow Hours- comprised of Astre, Khamsin, Kidswaste, Kultur, Lain and Rusty Hook- put a cinematic spin on Petit Biscuit’s deep house anthem, “Sunset Lover.” The combination of individual styles evoke a raw, atmospheric and emotional ballad nearly unrecognizable from the original.
After catching the eyes and ears of the electronic music community with their bass driven lullaby debut “zZz,” it has been a privilege watching the artistic evolution of Dutch duo DROELOE. Their latest “Jump,” is a percussion-driven pop production complimented by the charming vocals of Nevve.
Out now via Monstercat.
Tedy’s latest, “Don’t” will be the perfect addition to any of your Summer roadtrip playlists. Carried by blissful beats and dripping in warming , soulful vocals- this track defines laid back and feel good. There’s little info available about Tedy online, however he is definitely an artist you need to keep on your radar.
Los Angeles based musician TOKiMONSTA and renowned indie-pop singer Yuna get together to release an emotive electronic, yet R&B leaning record “Don’t Call Me.” Layered synths and smooth infectious chops of the chorus join forces to hit you right in the feels.
Hailing from London is 19 year old artist Joshua Brennan, aka OSHI. Known for his atmospheric and experimental trap instrumentals, he this time returns with a future bass infused hip-pop track called “Heal You” featuring the distorted and driving vocals of London based R&B singer-songwriter Courtney Bennett.
“Xylophone” is a light hearted, airy summer tune dripping in high pitched vocal chops and a soft male vocal lead provided by Australian singer and songwriter Joel Gardner, aka Guard. This upbeat gem came out last month and is produced by sound pioneer Felix Snow.
This funky, indie dance ballade created by Pastel, a multi-instrumentalist and producer based in London, is available for free download on Soundcloud. “Closer” brings all the vibes with it’s intimate R&B undertones.