Posts Tagged ‘Home’

July 20, 2017
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A graceful journey of an evocative electronic aria has been presented to us by Nemea, the very same Austrian producer who gave us opulent deep dance single Choice last month. Home ebbs and swells beautifully, like an ocean reflecting the moon and the stars on its dark reflective surface. Its lusciously refined vocals are turned in by a chanteuse named Lylli, who adds another level of elegance and mesmeric appeal to Nemea’s celestial opus. Home brims with sorrow and longing. It’s the final song on Nemea’s new EP, Tides, out now and available, here.

July 7, 2017
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It’s jangle pop galore as Liverpool four piece SPINN return with a sun drenched charmer named Notice Me. We’ve been waiting for the lads to drop a second single since they wooed us earlier this year with debut single Home. I can nearly feel the cool spray of the coast on my face as I submerge myself in Notice Me’s dreamy nostalgic, youthful exuberant surf pop and indie rock. Singer Jonathon Quinn said: “Notice Me started out as a way to get some radio play. We used to say it was a homage to BBC Radio Merseyside because when we wrote it we couldn’t get any radio play, and wanted to be noticed by them. The lyrics are a bit more meaningful, it’s essentially us trying to portray the concept of Hero Worship in a pop song. That’s why we’ve got a load of our gorgeous lovely heroes on the artwork.” Lest you forgot how enthralling Home is, it’s tacked on below.

February 28, 2017
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The four lads that make up Liverpool band SPINN prove themselves dashingly irresistible on their new single Home. The surfy jangle pop meets sparkling dream pop song thaws the frigid cold of winter and lights the path towards spring’s eternal hopefulness. Day Wave’s bittersweet nostalgia meets The 1975′s earlier, more starry eyed indie pop on this endearingly romantic gem. Home will be out as a single come March 3rd. 

January 11, 2017
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Swedish duo The Deer Tracks unleashed a brand new album named Undersvik right before the holidays, thoroughly transfixing me with its dark edgy electronic tracks. Experimental rippling, glacial shimmering Home is one of the most intoxicating cuts off of Undersvik. It’s obvious from Home why this duo is an artistic mainstay back at home that gets compared to the likes of The Knife, Björk, and Sigur Rós. There’s a dark gothic, techno burbling edge to Home that also entrances me in the way that TR/ST and Crystal Castles do. You can purchase Undersvik from iTunes, here.

December 3, 2016
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Echo Park’s Morgxn has proven himself a sultry Casanova and vocal captivator with his magnificent music that oft blurs the lines between soul, rock, pop, and R&B. On one of his latest songs, Home, he even douses us with some splendid gospel harmonies and a fiery booming bassline. It’s that fabulous tune we now get to re-visit but in a very different light, thanks to a remix by Brooklyn DJ and producer LEFTI. Prepare yourself for a tightly wound joyride, one with plump synths and ripe bass. LEFTI gives Home his signature French house flavored electro disco treatment, one delightfully juicy and luscious, glamorous and flashy. Re-visit the original on Morgxn’s Soundcloud.

September 19, 2016
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Back in July, I hit up Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco to see Morgxn (and Great Good Fine OK). I had never experienced Morgxn’s music live before, and though I expected him to be quite the enrapturing, song slinging Casanova on stage, I wasn’t prepared for how truly magnificent the Echo Park artist proved himself to be. By now, much of the music loving world is familiar with Morgxn’s satin swooning, powerful stirring Love You With The Lights On. It’s time to familiarize yourself with another sensational Morgxn tune. New arrival Home is a sultry captivating affair that blurs the line between soul, rock, pop, and R&B. Home is glorious with its gospel harmonies and fiery booming bassline. At the center of it all is Morgxn’s exquisitely dazzling voice. Home is out now on iTunes. Morgxn is about to head out on tour supporting Sylar Grey through October. Needless to say, I highly recommend you make it out to a show.

September 19, 2016
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It’s been a couple of months since a mysterious new duo who call themselves Airplane Man won me over instantaneously with their debut single, We’re On Fire, a zestful and exuberant burst of genre defying alternative music that calls to mind acts like MGMT, AWOLNATION, and Miike Snow. I find it criminal that the song hasn’t gone wildly viral yet, but I’m giddily excited that Airplane Man has followed the song up with yet another sterling treat, an irresistibly strutting indie dance and lush pumping alt pop number named Take Me All The Way Home. It’s only a matter of time before this duo’s hype erupts. Watch the duo’s imaginative music video for Home below, then re-visit debut song We’re On Fire below it. Take Me All The Way Home is a free download, here.

April 20, 2016
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This one’s certainly been making the rounds and thrilling an endless sea of eager ears in the few days it’s been out and about. And it’s no wonder, too, considering the uplifting energy and exhilarating spirit of Loud Luxury’s remix of Dzeko & Torres’ Home, featuring Alex Joseph. The Toronto duo have turned the smooth progressive original into a lavishly buoyant deep and future house extravaganza, one that lives up to their Loud Luxury name in spades. This remix of Home is emphatic and luxuriant, and it’s a free download, here.

March 31, 2016
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Home is Saul Sweet’s debut original, his first single after unleashing some terrific remixes in the past. The Australian producer and musician proves himself quite the vocalist and songwriter on the saccharine hued, crisply sparkling electronic ballad. I find myself pining for a home of the long gone past after listening to the wistful and dreamy beauty, its luxuriant beats and soothing vocals riding a gently cresting chill house wave that swells with sigh inducing yearning. Home will be available soon on iTunes.

February 24, 2016
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UK songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Draper sends shivers through my body with his sensual new electro R&B and chill trap song. Home, which features breathy, soulful vocals by Abi Ocia, rolls and ripples with grace. Its lightly wobbling synths and pitch shifted vocal chops are soft strokes of seduction for my ears. Home is a haunting, warped beauty, and it will be available March 4th on Circus Records. Pre-order on iTunes.