Posts Tagged ‘Lils’

May 22, 2018
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Windy City electronic marvels Autograf recently released a new four-track remix pack for their latest single Dead Soon the other day, and we immediately hopped on the listening train since we’re absolutely enamored with the dark romanticism of the epic future bass song, which also features Bonsai Mammal and Lils. Aside from superb edits by Scorsi, Golf Clap, and a chill mix by Autograf themselves, the release also features this remix by Chicago brothers Birthdayy Partyy. It’s a party in our ears as the duo turn Dead Soon into a very lively bass house smasher with rumbling bass and metallurgic snarling synths. You can download the track, here. Stream Autograf’s Dead Soon remixes, here, and support by downloading via other platforms, here.

April 6, 2018
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Autograf explores dark thematics on their new song Dead Soon, and as someone who tends to obsess over the drab and dreary, I definitely approve of their tragic romanticism. After all, we only have one life to live, mired in a dark moment in history with much violence surrounding us on most fronts. What else is there to do but to love each other and live for the moment? The Chicago electronic trio reunites with bewitching chanteuse Lils on the track and collaborate with producer Bonsai Mammal, too. This three way congregation of talent brings us a riveting future bass opus brimming with cinematic feels and epic vibes. Autograf just embarked on their new tour which will bring them here to San Francisco on Saturday. They’re bringing Chicago brethren Win and Woo along with them to Mezzanine, too! Learn more about Autograf’s CAUTION: LIVE tour, here. Stream/download Dead Soon, here.

July 5, 2017
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It’s the day after one of the biggest BBQ holidays here in America. You’re probably feeling a bit pudgy, and kind of listless. This succulent remix by Canadian producer Ramzoid is exactly what we need for a much needed dance episode. He’s taken Chicago trio Autograf’s recent single You Might Be, featuring Lils, and transformed it into an airy bounding, cool sudsy, and percussive clanging future bass delight. Ramzoid’s remix is a free download, here.

April 4, 2017

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In the past few years, Chicago’s Autograf has proven themselves one of the scene’s most versatile and gifted production outfits with their music. The trio has brought us to great heights of joy with their future tropical and future disco confections and taken us on some introspective adventures with their more deeply pensive compositions. New song You Might Be is yet another fresh departure and creative variation in sound from the dexterous three piece. Autograf’s agile song crafting and their refined layering of instrumental elements results in breathtaking organic texture on You Might Be, a mellifluous pop meets deep future dance piece. The Bay’s own Lils, the Berkeley chanteuse formerly known as Lily Elise, turns in honeyed vocals on the poignantly aching aria. You Might Be builds upon itself with nimble strumming strings and spry buoyant beats to lush ravishing, supple melodic heights of gentle elation. The single can be purchased or stream from various other sources, here. You Might Be can also be streamed via Soundcloud below.