Posts Tagged ‘Akacia’

April 20, 2018

Because of you, Delusion, I find myself on cloud nine, breathless and euphoric. The German producer’s cinematic chill trap and expansive future bass on Because Of You is nothing short of triumphant and glorious. Australian siren Akacia, who’s lent her breathy, smoky voice to many an electronic track we love, joins Delusion on the beautifully contorting, lushly twisting anthem, a must for fans of Flume and What So Not. Delusion’s Because Of You is out now, stream/download, here.

February 13, 2018

The name “Good” almost seems to fall short when it comes to this new single from CABU, a producer from Sydney, Australia who’s beginning to make waves with his intricately textured production prowess. Good is lifted from his Twenty Three EP, and it features Australian chanteuse Akacia on breathy seductive R&B pop vocals. Though silky smooth, Good is also a frisky and whimsical electronic piece. There’s no denying this is a very unique and fresh approach on future beats and ethereal electronica. It’s aerated yet slick, feisty yet graceful and sensual. You can check out more of CABU’s latest EP and more of his prior releases on Soundcloud, here.

August 26, 2017

I have a lot of favorite Mura Masa tracks and didn’t think it’d be probable for me to find a remix of his track that I liked, but DRKTMS (presumably pronounced Dark Times) creates a gorgeous atmosphere for ‘Love For That’. It provides a chill ambience that you can vibe to by yourself and others.

May 29, 2017

Satin synths and silky vocals course through No More, drawing sublime shivers in their wake. The future R&B and effervescent trap slow burner is the latest sensuous single from Belgian artist Alex Lustig, a seasoned hip hop and grime producer who’s worked with the likes of BJ The Chicago Kid, Dizzy Wright, and Skeme. No More features Australian singer Akacia and Just Blaze signee OnCue. Alex says of the track: “The idea was to have a girl and a guy respond to each other. I love when theres a man and a woman on the song singing together. I feel like theres always something special and real to it. So I wanted to make that with my ambient / hip hop touch to it with a chill drop.” You can purchase No More from iTunes, here.