Posts Tagged ‘Delaney Jane’

April 21, 2017

An official remix pack dropped earlier this week on Mad Decent for Grandtheft and Delaney Jane’s frisky elastic, gritty thrumming anthem Easy Go. Aside from featuring pieces by Hunter Siegel and Shaun Frank plus a VIP by Grandtheft himself, the package also includes this spine tingling edit by Poland’s Pham. Into a deep impenetrable ocean we go as this ominous echoing, dark swerving edit keeps us entrapped in total captivation. Pham’s remix of Easy Go is bulletproof dramatic and tenacious intense. You can snag all the official remixes from major outlets, here.

November 7, 2016

It’s a match made in heaven on Easy Go, the wildly infectious, vibrant thrilling new original from Toronto’s Grandtheft which also features the crystalline angelic voice of Delaney Jane. Easy Go leaps with the frisky elasticity of Louis The Child, yet thrums with a deep gratifying trap grittiness. At just over three minutes long, this Easy Go goes away too quick, leaving us hungry for another listen, and another one, and another one, so we can dance till the day is no more. Grandtheft and Delaney Jane’s melodic joyride is available from major outlets, here.

January 24, 2016

I’ve come to realize that I seem to be fond of every track on which Toronto’s Delaney Jane is a guest vocalist. Her gorgeous voice is simply bewitching. But we have Delaney Jane to thank as much for that as much as fellow Canadian REZZ on the producer’s new Mau5trap released dark techno track Lost, a densely pulsing and moodily volatile riveter. The slow churning song whorls seductively, building with sweet tension. Its brambly edges fire out searing tingles alongside a foreboding but desirous atmosphere that leaves me restless and wired. Stream Lost on Spotify above or Soundcloud below. Lost comes from REZZ’s new four track The Silence Is Deafening EP, just released last Friday. Purchase on iTunes.

October 1, 2015

Los Angeles’ KSHMR joins forces with Toronto’s Shaun Frank on a massive electronic anthem named, aptly, Heaven. Heaven features vocals by Delaney Jane, who seems to be keeping very busy with the amazing guest stints lately, having just graced us with her voice on Adventure Club’s Limitless a few days prior. Heaven is a divinely expansive and intensely stirring deep and future house track fit for an epic night of carefree, euphoric dancing. Heaven will be available on Spinnin’ come Ottober 19th.

September 26, 2015

I was just watching the premiere episode of television series Limitless last night, but we’re about to dive into a very different sort of Limitless right now, though the sheer magnificence of this is likely as glorious as what I’d imagine sporting super human capabilities might be, too. This Limitless is comes from much beloved Canadian melodic dubstep production duo Adventure Club, who are currently gearing up for a fall tour. To whet our appetites before they grace those decks, they offer up new track Limitless after being silent for far too long. Limitless is a grand opus, an emotionally charged and intense experience featuring ever spectacular vocals by Delaney Jane. Limitless combines Adventure Club’s signature sweeping melodic bass with gritty, soul shaking electro. Download the track on Soundcloud.

September 20, 2015

Nora En Pure’s at it again, dazzling me with her blaring synths and luscious beats. This time, the Zurich based producer has me spinning around my living room on a gorgeous Sunday morning via her new remix of Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank hit Shades Of Grey, featuring Delaney Jane. It’s more like shades of rosy pink and softly warm blues on the cool and sparkling deep house edit. This is some of the most euphoric deep house I’ve encountered all week long, and it’ll be part of Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank’s official remix package out September 21st that also includes remixes by Ephwurd and The Golden Boy. 

June 23, 2015

While I love future house for its blood pumping, steely, jagged, throbbing rhythm, it’s no secret that future house can be lusciously smooth, too. Dutch production great Oliver Heldens teams up with Toronto’s Shaun Frank to demonstrate exactly how succulent and swanky sleek it can get on Shade Of Grey. They employ Canadian chanteuse Delaney Jane, who previously worked with Shaun Frank on Bourgeous collaboration This Could Be Love. Delaney’s voice is ever gorgeous and gracefully elegant on Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank’s new track.  Shade Of Grey exhibits both a funky groove and a garage grit. It’s a mellifluous chimera, a feel good dance banger for the ages.

February 19, 2015

Yes indeed, we’ve heard an endless remix stream of Borgeous & Shaun Frank’s massive hit This Could Be Love, featuring Delaney Jane, but the very moment I saw that a new remix has been revealed by Toronto producer PUSHER, I knew, this was going to be a good one. Sure enough, Pusher’s remix is an exhilarating roller coaster of an exploding banger. Highly frenetic and bumping some major heavy hitting bass, the future bass remix is an effervescent but guttural treat. Need an adrenaline rush? Look no further.

February 4, 2015


IHM is quite fortunate to be able to premiere this stellar remix, considering it’s actually been floating around for some days now and has already garnered over 20K much elated streams. There’s already several killer remixes of Borgeous & Shaun Frank massive hit This Could Be Love, featuring Canada’s Delaney Jane, but emerging San Francisco producer Griffin Stoller knocks it out of the ballpark with his vicarious makeover, on which he blends many electronic genres and even includes additional live guitars by Griffin himself! Griffin Stoller’s This Could Be Love is a thriller of an electro house meets progressive house jam (with an additional hint of dubstep). Add this one to your Valentine’s Day party playlist. If you’re having one. Do people have those? Well, if they do, they should blast this wicked track. 

December 23, 2014

Toronto’s Shaun Frank teamed up with big room producer Borgeous on a new track titled This Could Be Love, featuring vocals by Canadian artist Delaney Jane. This Could Be Love is a gorgeous deep house song, about as tender as a grooving EDM jam can be. It’s the total opposite of what I initially thought it might be, considering the involvement of Bourgeous. Lovelorn saccharine beauty and weightless, melodic production brings to mind a blend of Odesza, Porter Robinson, and Adventure Club. Newly released on Spinnin’ Records, This Could Be Love already has some cute panda head visual accompaniment to go with it. Watch below.