Posts Tagged ‘no sleep’

March 28, 2018

Honestly, who needs sleep? I mean, can’t we just listen to No Sleep all night long, instead of slumbering away those precious early morning hours? The Pittsburgh producer, who last linked up with swiftly ascending pop duo XUITCASECITY on Criminals, delivers mellifluous sonic bliss on Steady, which features mahogany vocals by a mysterious new songstress named Xxaia. Steady reminds me of a restless summer’s night. The air is warm and thick, and we’re yearning for someone special while feeling a whole lot of regret over that fight from earlier in the day. Hope creeps in as No Sleep’s gently prancing, heart-on-the-sleeve melodic house and future bass warms our hearts. Tomorrow’s another day, maybe nothing’s been broken and everything’s still steady. 

April 19, 2017

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April 18, 2017

Honestly, who needs sleep when we have something as criminally good and utterly swooning as this new tune to dissolve into for the rest of the night? Pittsburgh producer No Sleep hooks up with pop duo XUITCASECITY on Criminals, an emotive eruption of bold shimmering future bass and gooey melting R&B pop. Not only has No Sleep dished up this ravishing anthem, but he also promises a new EP coming soon! Snag this heart pummeling song for free, here.

April 9, 2017

The Box is a name loaded with intrigue and mystery. If The Box were a movie, I’d probably watch it in expectation of something fascinating and thrilling. Since it’s the second song from exciting new Swedish project Snow Culture, I promptly dove into it. I was elated for their return after the duo arrived last month on Neon Gold Records with scintillating first single No Sleep. As expected, The Box is a dark pulsing slice of icy Scandi-pop. Snow Culture has given us a dance ready spectacular that melds the icy elasticity of Kate Boy with the pumping euphoria of Robyn (particularly from some of her exceptional work with Röyksopp). If you happened to miss out on Snow Culture’s debut single No Sleep, you can give it a spellbinding whirl below. 

February 9, 2017

Snow Culture could very well be a favorite new band of the week, if not of the month, too. The duo arrive out of Sweden to lead us into a dark bewitching world crafted out of icy synths, jouncing beats, and scorching guitar on debut single No Sleep. There’s a cinematic quality to this sultry burning electronic pop song. We visit the belly of a sordid club on a sleepless night as strobes flash about and faceless people writhe around us on a begrimed dance floor. Our perspective seems skewed through the lens of a VHS camcorder. No Sleep is deliciously menacing and carnally seductive, a fierce and primal mix of Scandipop with 80′s noire electronica. Snow Culture just signed to one of our favorite labels, Neon Gold, and they have a riveting music video to go along with their debut, too. Watch the visual accompaniment below. 

December 3, 2016

Vox Eagle, a new self proclaimed LA/NYC “coast pop” duo, swoops out of the sky to lift us to summery pop apexes of euphoria with their debut single, No Sleep. Who needs sleep when you can loop this warm, luscious slice of plucky synthpop over and over again till the end of time? No Sleep is meant to “encapsulate the free spirit of American highways and the sense of endless adventure on the open roads”. This band formed in 2015 and have plans to release a plethora of tunes over the course of the next year. In the meantime, I just want to cruise the PCH with No Sleep blasting at full volume. An ocean breeze caresses my hair and dazzling rays of sunshine kiss my skin. 

September 22, 2016

After nearly half a year with no new treats from Pittsburgh propducer No Sleep, I somehow managed to miss the news of a debut original earlier this month. My jaw dropped when I encountered Born To Lose today, then my heart melted into a puddle to the emotive beauty of this atmospheric future bass song. Dutch songbird Gia Koka’s sorrowful vocals only added to the effect. Born To Lose is a tour de force electronic anthem. It cuts to the bone yet drives us to sweet heights of euphoria with sleek synths and thundering drums. No Sleep’s first original is colossal. We need more originals from this producer. Stat. 

January 8, 2016

It’s been but a day since my last share of a remix of this track, and I was waxing poetic over experiencing the original at SnowGlobe just last week, but no sleep’s remix of G-Eazy’s Me, Myself & I, featuring songbird Bebe Rexha, is a treat whose sharing can not be delayed. Me, Myself & I takes a mellow path on the Pittsburgh based producer’s twitchy chill trap treatment. G-Eazy’s slicing rap vocals take gritty center stage on the carefree and laid back track, one which I can’t resist head nodding and softly bouncing along to. Free download, here.

August 19, 2015

Ah, yes, it’s another excellent Gallant remix. As I was saying the other day, the electronic soul artist has given us such amazing music that it only makes sense that incredible remixes follow. The latest must share remix of Gallant’s Weight In Gold comes from Pittsburgh based producer no sleep. No sleep decided to depart from his usual sound by injecting Weight In Gold with a bit of chic, jazzy funk and a dash of thumping deep house. I can bump this remix for hours on end. Free download, here!

May 16, 2015

Pittsburgh’s No Sleep has always proven to be intoxicating with his luscious electronic meets hip hop offerings. He follows up on his much loved remix of Rae Sremmurd’s This Could Be Us with a new popping edit of Bryson Tiller’s Break Bread, featuring King Vory. No Sleep gives the track a smooth, synthy sheen peppered with an entrancing, bouncing, trappy beat.