Posts Tagged ‘Griffin Stoller’

August 21, 2017

We’re still mega chuffed that we were able to premiere a Griffin Stoller track a couple years back. It was an honor to share a fresh new remix by the rising San Francisco production star right before he debuted new material at that year’s SnowGlobe Music Festival. As expected, he’s been on a steady ascent since. His latest original, Higher Places, enthralls with slick vocals, summery chords, and a contagiously choppy rhythm. Higher Places is an aptly named, polished and infectious future bass and R&B pop hybrid. Go back to Griffin Stoller’s “higher places” time and time again by taking the song for some spins on Spotify, here, too.

August 10, 2016

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August 9, 2016

I Heart Moosiq is honored to have premiered some early Griffin Stoller remixes, but the San Francisco based producer has certainly taken it to a whole new level on his originals lately. How To Feel, his latest track, is a chill, ambient dance number with swooning vocals and plenteous ethereal future vibes. The introspective and meditative chill trap and future bass gem grows in intensity as it progresses, skittering and bubbling elegantly. How To Feel is a twilight tinkling, starry eyed spell of beauty. And it’s a free download, here.

June 18, 2015


There’s no better way to start off a day of mutual music discovery and appreciation than a hot new remix from San Francisco’s Griffin Stoller. Time sure flies. It’s already summer now, but it feels like yesterday when I first encountering Griffin via his Galantis remix right before he dropped it at SnowGlobe Festival in Lake Tahoe. I suppose, in that respect, it’s very fitting that our new treat, premiering right here on IHM today, is a summery remix, a balmy banger to lose our minds to during the sun soaked days and warm nights of the season. Griffin Stoller offers up a soothing yet uplifting and thrilling remix of Robin Schulz’s infectious anthem Headlights, which, of course, features utterly bewitching vocals by Ilsey. Grab that beach ball, don’t forget your beach towel, and bring this remix along with you to that sun drenched sandy shore, where you’ll dance away in pure bliss to Griffin Stoller’s deep and luscious beats. Headlights follows on Griffin Stoller’s wicked Maroon 5 remix last month, which racked up over half a million plays in that time. It’s obvious this producer is on the quick rise, and he’s from right here in my hood! Grab Griffin’s remix of Robin Schulz’s Headlights for free, here.

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. 

January 17, 2015

A month ago, I was delighted to discover that my dear San Francisco boasted yet another amazing young producer. Griffin Stoller also gave me the incredible honor of debuting his remix of Galantis’ Runaway (U & I) before he dropped the dope track during his set at the Snowglobe Festival in Tahoe later that month (where he played alongside names like Flume, Disclosure, Porter Robinson, and so many more). This week, he returns with an edit of a classic, a song that has melted millions upon millions of hearts and caused the streaming of so many tears. Yes, I’m talking about timeless Leonard Cohen (and later Jeff Buckley) classic Hallelujah. Griffin’s version of the song features Cameron Mitchell, and its a gliding, heavenly electronic interpretation with softly shimmering future bass and trap qualities. If you’re thinking of Flume, Griffin did in fact incorporate some Flume inspired technologies into the beautiful remix.

December 16, 2014


Oh, yes, you guessed it, it’s another remix of Galantis’ Runaway (U & I). I’m calling it, it’s officially the most remixed song of the past month! But the fact of it is, these fabulous remixes with their own unique styles keep rolling in! And the latest must share, an honor to premiere here on IHM, is a remix by San Francisco producer Griffin Stoller. The producer was originally planning to debut the remix for the very first time at Snowglobe Music Festival in Lake Tahoe, since he’s throwing down a sure to be sick set at the fest. I was considering hitting it up myself, considering the epic lineup this year (Flume, Disclosure, Porter, just to name a few). Instead, he’s treating us to an early release as a thank you to everyone who has supported him over the past 6 months. Stoller’s vibrant remix is a dizzying blend of a plethora of genres, alternating between melodic chill house, progressive house, and high energy electro. It’s a cosmic journey, and I’m glad to learn that we have yet another talented producer right here in San Francisco.