Posts Tagged ‘Jarami’

November 22, 2017

Swedish duo Jarami released a music video for their latest single Hear This last week. It’s high time we visited this magnificent electro-funk meets house soiree together, so let’s dive into its brilliant “dance” video, featuring a loss of gravity and some sick moves (think Eleven of Stranger Things meets The OA). You could say we’ve grown accustomed to Jarami’s sleek hearty groove this past year from their amazing remix outings, but we were still not prepared for Hear This’ snappy verve and French house channeling charm. The dynamic and eclectic tune is available from iTunes, here.

August 23, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.21.2016

Featured music – August 21st, 2016

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August 22, 2016

Sweet sublime music to our ears comes by way of Swedish duo Jarami tonight, who transform AlunaGeorge’s Flume produced hit I Remember into a groovy lush, snazzy chic treat on their new remix. This funk grooving, dusky sleek future R&B and garage edit is as smooth as they come. Even its curvy bass is velveteen to the touch. Dancing into the early hours of the morning are a must. A dance floor oasis in a thick rain forest lit by a glowing moon would make our soiree with Jarami even more perfect. 

June 28, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 06.24.2016 – 06.25.2016

Featured music – June 24-25, 2016

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June 25, 2016

I first found out about Swedish electronic duo Jarami when they offered up a chic and resplendent remix of Wafia’s Heartburn a few months ago. The two piece is back with a fresh new “Jaramix” as they transform fellow Swede and eccentric pop artist Kill J’s You’re Good But I’m Better. They even team up with Marc E. Bassy for the song, and the Los Angeles based hip hop and R&B artist delivers a ravishing additional verse to this trumpet sleek, snazzy rich future soul revision.

March 29, 2016

Heartburn is usually not a very pleasant experience, and I can personally attest to that. But Wafia’s Heartburn is sublime sonic bliss, a Ta-ku and Andre Eremin produced crisp electropop beauty from the 22 year old Australian singer songwriter. A chic and elegant, jazzy and resplendent remix of Heartburn has surfaced, courtesy of Swedish duo Jarami. Their “Jaramix” enraptures, a dusky, shifty future dance edit brimming with velveteen sensuality. Download the remix for free, here.