Posts Tagged ‘Natalola’

February 2, 2017
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Natalola’s soulful captivating voice seems to be making a cameo on a whole lot of ravishing dance tunes lately. Aside from her role on Exit Friendzone plus Two Friends’ Overdose, Natalola also appears on Bearson’s One Step At A Time. She now lends that magnetic voice to NVOY’s new original, Golden Touch, a ravishing cut off the UK duo’s debut EP. This richly surging, crisply slicing future pop and melodic trap number is mellifluous and chromatic. Golden Touch is dramatic and intense yet beautiful and ethereal, a “golden” treat through and through. NVOY’s debut EP Aurum is out on iTunes via Black Butter Records.

January 12, 2017
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Exit Friendzone and Two Friends collaborated on a riveting original named Overdose last fall, one which we still can’t get out of our heads today (and gladly so, too). Overdose, which features soulful vocals by Natalola, has since received some magnificent remix treatments, out altogether as an official remix package. Chicago by way of New Orleans producer CRWNS presents us with one of my favorite jams out of the four track release, a tremolo future bass and trap edit bursting with brisk vivacious energy. The beauty of the original is left unscathed while CRWNS dresses it in resplendent new threads on his spirited darting, swift bounding edit. You can stream the rest of the Overdose remixes, which includes additional re-works by Sokko, Jameston Thieves, and Jinco, in full on Soundcloud.

December 21, 2016
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Due to some critical issues with my fur baby’s health lately, I haven’t been able to make my way out to as many shows as I normally do, leaving me rather crestfallen that I had to miss Mako’s show in San Francisco just last week. I wonder if the duo from LA played their new collaboration with production collective Rat City featuring Australian guest siren Natalola. I’d imagine Run For Your Life is quite the spellbinding treat live, as it is now on this cold winter night. Mako and Rat City bring me a welcome gust of balmy heat as they meld tropical house, indie dance, and feisty pop on the luscious bouncing gem. Run For Your Life comes from Mako’s newly released album Hourglass, which can be streamed on Soundcloud and purchased, here.

November 12, 2016
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It’s been seven plus months since Bearson’s last original, a smashing hit that I’m still head over heels for today named Want You. The Norwegian artist and Next Wave Records co-founder is undoubtedly a favorite rising star on my list of producers to watch. As such, I’ve been eagerly awaiting his next song. After the prolonged absence, Bearson makes his return in dashing style with One Step At A Time, a juicy succulent, lithe springing ballad that features soulful alluring vocals by Natalola, an artist we last heard on Exit Friendzone and Two Friends’ Overdose. One Step At A Time is balmy lush and frisky effervescent. The summer sparkling, honey coated enchanter can be purchased or streamed at various channels, here.

September 4, 2016
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It’s an epic vibing house aria that Toronto’s Exit Friendzone and Two Friends presents us with on their new original collaboration, Overdose, which features spectacularly soulful, passionately riveting vocals by Natalola. Overdose is as much as an adrenaline rush as it is a heart rending dance track, a mightily infectious ode to how powerful and dangerous it could be to fall for someone obsessively. It’s almost ironic that a song about the pitfalls of burning infatuation comes by way of two talented production acts named Exit Friendzone and Two Friends. Snag this high soaring, vigorous gripping anthem from various outlets, here.