Posts Tagged ‘hoodlem’

March 1, 2017

Somewhere in between future and chill lies the zestful appeal of TRAILS’ new remix. The Berlin based production talent takes SAINT WKND’s celestial chiming Golden featuring Australian duo Hoodlem and gives it a summery spring. TRAILS’ remix bumps and thumps with rotund, gleeful aplomb. This ebullient version of Golden is a brisk vivacious dance floor anthem. There’s no keeping still to its Jersey styled bounces. Download the edit for free, here.

January 31, 2017

A coat of brilliant luster greets us as we approach Golden, a breathtaking new single from long time IHM extolled German producer SAINT WKND (fka WKND). Joining SAINT WKND on this celestial chiming, bittersweet enchanting gem is Australian duo Hoodlem. Together, they take us on a spectacular journey. From gently ethereal valleys we’re thrust into a tumultuous sea of surging waves before we’re lifted skywards into a twilight oblivion lit by a million flickering embers. Golden is a finespun beauty, a euphonious balance of refined minimalism and charged tension. The future bass single is a part of SAINT WKND’s forthcoming debut EP, Golden Youth, due out later this year. Expect it to make an enduring impression when it arrives. 

August 4, 2016

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August 3, 2016

It’s been a prolonged period of anxiety ridden time that we’ve heard any new material from Nashville’s BASECAMP, and though the hand wringing and eager anticipation may have to continue onward, their collaboration with Melbourne duo Hoodlem is more than delectable enough to keep me satiated and for a long time to come. You see, this isn’t an original, but it certainly is a very fresh twist some timeless originals. BASECAMP and Hoodlem unite to give us a divine future soul cover that brings together Amerie classic 1 Thing and Shaggy hit It Wasn’t Me. This is steamy and luxurious at its finest. Download 1 Thing free, here.

March 11, 2016

Melbourne duo Hoodlem follows up on last month’s brilliant single Kintsugi with 4 Real, a quivering electro soul and future R&B emulsion full of fine subtle detail. The hypnotic dance number is incredibly rich and sultry, its deep bass and jabbing beats an arresting contrast to the creamy moist vocals of the song. 4 Real is the final single from the duo’s self titled debut EP, due out March 25th. Pre-order from iTunes.

January 29, 2016

Melbourne’s Hoodlem delivers crunch and slink on a riveting new single entitled Kintsugi, a word which I happen to know the meaning of thanks to Death Cab For Cutie’s use of the same word on their last album. Kintsugi, in Japanese culture, is the repair of broken pottery with gold, wherein the actual cracks and flaws are highlighted rather than hidden. If there’s anything imperfect about Hoodlem’s Kintsugi, I sure don’t hear it. The enigmatic duo unleash smoldering, slow grooving seduction on the electro R&B jam, a smoothly rolling, sensually steaming jazzy spectacular. Hoodlem is currently working on a debut EP for this spring.

May 9, 2014

Yes, I know I just featured a WKND remix yesterday (Two Door Cinema Club’s Sun), but the German producer’s back again with this version of Aussie electropop duo Hoodlem’s soulful beauty Old Friend. There’s still a melancholic tint to the jam, but hopped up on some shimmering, disco flavored beats and production.