Posts Tagged ‘Desiree Dawson’

June 30, 2016

Future bass and chill trap might be the “flavor du jours” of the moment, but there’s no denying how much I’m drawn to those subgenres of electronic music, no matter if they happen to be popular at the moment or not. As in any trending genre of music, there’s the good, the bad, and the ugly, and you have to dig around to find the true gems. Well, this one’s not just good, it’s absolutely gorgeous. Aside from the impending Olympics, there’s something else to be excited about in Brazil right now, and his named is I.Y.F.F.E. The producer from Rio delivers atmospheric rousing, ethereal airy future bass on his new original Storm, which also features beautiful vocals by Desiree Dawson, who’s graced us with her voice in the past on many tracks by other artists (ie. Pat Lok, k?d, Bobby Puma). Storm, though dramatic, is ravishing resplendent. It pitter patters in its tender moments, like the soft falling of rain, but it bursts with crackling lightning at its most intensive peaks. A draftiness builds up from its brassy horns, and I find myself in the middle of a powerful and moving sonic “storm” that leaves me exhilarated and cleansed. Storm is a free download, here.

May 23, 2016

Los Angeles by way of San Francisco producer Bobby Puma teams up with Desiree Dawson on his latest jam, a name you likely recall from the many guest features the songbird has taken part in over the past year. Her stunning vocals fly over Come Alive’s booming deep bass, taking on life of its own alongside Bobby Puma’s sweltering production. The night truly comes alive, thanks to Bobby Puma’s sublime summer anthem. Come Alive is available from various outlets, here.

April 6, 2016

Mysterious producer k?d is quickly becoming one of my favorite new producers. After dropping a sensational remix of Hayley Kiyoko’s Cliff’s Edge just last week, k?d is back at it again with a magnificent remix of Los Angeles duo ARMNHMR’s Fallen, featuring Desiree Dawson. This slicing, chopping future bass and trap remix lurches and staggers with majestic refinement, while its vast cosmic swells exhibit an ocean of depth. Download the remix for free, here.

March 13, 2015

This was one of the sizzling hot tunes I wanted to share yesterday but was frustratingly derailed from due to a faulty laptop issue at home. I tried, trust me. I even attempted to post music in Windows’ safe mode, which did not work. But it’s never too late to share this banging nu-disco, electro, and house remix of Vancouver producer Pat Lok’s All In My Head, featuring Desiree Dawson, by Toronto producer Cyclist. It’s a Canadian affair, and a very steamy, luscious one, at that.

February 17, 2015

Vancouver producer Pat Lok’s All In My Head, featuring Desiree Dawson, goes super shimmery and bouncy on a mega chic future bass remix created by fellow Canadian SYRE. It’s a rich and luscious rendition that will turn your brain to pudding with its pumping pulses and hypnotizing bubbling beats. It’s interesting how nowadays, talented producers have managed to fuse dirty bass with massive doses of classy style. 

January 28, 2015

I’m much used to sharing fantastic remixes by Vancouver producer Pat Lok, but this time, we reverse the formula. This time, Australian synthpop band Gold Fields has remixed Pat Lok’s All In My Head, featuring Desirée Dawson. I just shared Pat Lok’s deep disco house edit of Gold Fields’ Hold Me a few days ago, so this is one of those symbiotic remix swaps, it would seem. Gold Fields brings plenty of balmy, summery xylophone vibes on their luscious yet edged indie dance edit.

January 14, 2015

Vancouver producer Pat Lok has a luscious new original for us named All In My Head. The grooving tune, which premiered on Entertainment Weekly, features vocals by Desirée Dawson. All In My Head is irresistible with its glistening, steamy warmth and deep disco house splendor. The track will be out on February 9th via Love & Other. Remixes from Gold Fields, Howson’s Groove, Cyclist, and SYRE will accompany the original. I have a feeling I’ll be sharing some of those with you.