Posts Tagged ‘Dom Rosenfeld’

July 18, 2017

If you’re in the mood for a creamy heater and some sultry seduction, Dom Rosenfeld’s Off My Mind is just what you’re looking for. The British singer songwriter, who’s stolen our hearts many times before with his buttery crooning and genre bending pop concoctions, is back with a smoldering groover of an electro soul and R&B pop suitor. It’s as if Raleigh Ritchie, HONNE, and Years & Years jammed out together late on a summer night to make a song about their latest crushes. Dom Rosenfeld has been working hard behind the scenes over the past year and a a half, experimenting to no end with producer and oft collaborator ENZ to perfect his style of sound. He brings us plenty of retro appeal on Off My Mind, taking us back to the 80s, 90s, and early 2000′s with the steamy new banger. The single is out now on all major platforms. 

October 19, 2016

Soul Searching is Josh Tobias’ second official single, having arrived on the scene earlier this year with a Daft Punk evoking dance floor jam named Keep Us Alive. The Brooklyn based artist douses us with sublime R&B funk and upbeat soul on this glamorous new jam, all the while wooing us with milky smooth falsettos. JT , Skylar Spence, and Daft Punk meld into each other on the Space 9 produced, Dom Rosenfeld co-written banger. Snag the glitzy sizzling single, here.

August 30, 2016

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August 29, 2016

It’s been a long while since we heard from British singer songwriter Dom Rosenfeld, who’s apparently been holed up writing his new Restless EP. Dom reunites with producer ENZ on the first track off that EP, a steamy hot, vibrant pumping burst of soulful future house and jolting garage named Chasin’ much like Years & Years’ R&B slickness gone Disclosure deep and Jack Ü/Bieber vivacious. Snag Chasin’ for free, here, while we await more treats off of Dom Rosenfeld’s forthcoming EP. 

October 2, 2015

Singer songwriter Dom Rosenfeld teams back up with his production buddy and fellow Londoner ENZ on an organic meets synthetic gem named One Of These Days. It’s a Broken Back and Coleman Hell sort of uptempo, soulful, yet tropical affair on the driving indie electro tune. There’s no doubt that One Of These Days is an hooking earworm and a heartfelt blend of chill deep house and tropical pop. One OF These Days is out now on Ivory Oasis, and it’s a free download, here.

April 22, 2015

British singer songwriter Dom Rosenfeld captures both heart and soul on his latest song, Just One Night. It’s a genre defying gem that starts off slinging heaps of sleek retro blues before launching into wonky, woozy walls of entrancing electronic sound. It’s impossible to resist the combination of the wobbling, deep bass and Dom’s pristine, soulful vocals. Add in plenty of reverb and distortion and we have a massively unique pop song, full of longing and heat. This particular night is a steamy, memorable evening.

January 8, 2015

Last December, I shared with you a luxurious acoustic meets house jam named Something About You that was crafted by a new singer songwriter out of London named Dom Rosenfeld. He teamed up with fellow Londoner and producer ENZ on the weightless, gliding treat. For an uptempo but still very balmy and blissful approach on the song, German producer EigenARTig teamed up with Swiss producer Nicolas Haelg on a luscious remix. Soulful and blissed out, the remix reminds me of Robin Schulz’ version of Mr. Probz’ Waves, or Duke Dumont’s I Got U, both huge summer hits.

December 2, 2014

Heads up, there’s a fantastic new singer songwriter out of London named Dom Rosenfeld, and on his latest song, he teamed up with fellow Londoner and producer ENZ. Something About You is a sweet and feisty track that blends funky acoustic charm with plenty of house music buoyancy. Soulful vocals and irresistible melody work in conjunction with a killer bassline on the balmy track. There’s a tropical vibe to the song that brings to mind hot producers of the moment, like Kygo, Thomas Jack, Mr. Probz, and so forth. I also find the tune reminiscent of fast rising UK act Years & Years’ more upbeat and house inflected songs. Keep an eye on Dom, folks.