Posts Tagged ‘Oliver Nelson’

January 27, 2018

Who doesn’t love Nena’s 99 Red Balloons, originally 99 Luftballons in German? It’s an utterly infectious frolic, a timeless classic from the 80′s that never seems to get old or obsolete no matter how much time has passed. Swedish producer Oliver Nelson and fellow Swede Tobtok partner up on a revival of the track. They’ve given the endearing tune a bright and airy future funk and tropical disco re-work, featuring vocals by London’s River. 99 Red Balloons is a heartwarming, spirit lifting treat to take with us into the weekend. It’s impossible to be dour or downcast when such a buoyant and jubilant track is coursing through our ears. Grab a copy or stream via alternate platforms, here.

September 19, 2016

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September 17, 2016

We know we can always count on Swedish producer Oliver Nelson to put a bounce in our step and evince a warm glow from our hearts with his resplendent bangers. On Ain’t A Thing, he teams up with UK soul crooner Kaleem Taylor to take us to disco dance paradise with a sound that melds soul with funk and nu-disco with deep house. It’s as if HONNE headed out to the roller rink or Tom Misch hit up Studio 54. The slick rapturous groover is out now on iTunes.

June 25, 2016

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June 23, 2016

Changes are in the air indeed as Swedish producer Oliver Nelson departs from some of his usual opulent slicing, vibrant dicing nu-disco with a chill sparkler named Changes, featuring spellbinding vocals by British songbird River. Changes is still as sprightly as ever, but its smoldering moodiness and dense tropical dreaminess marks a very new direction for the prolific producer. Oliver Nelson calls this new sound of his “deep disco” and it’s a ravishing concoction. Changes will be out June 24th, and it can be pre-ordered now from iTunes.

April 20, 2016

Childish Gambino hit Sober gets a summer radiant, sparkling resplendent makeover, thanks to Sweden’s Oliver Nelson. The producer’s slick and sexy disco house remix shines with uplifting exuberance, a buoyant and punchy approach that drenches Donald Glover with extra sassy allure. “Now I’m so high”, he coos. We believe you, Donald, because we feel the exact same way after twirling all over the room to Oliver Nelson’s remix. Download the track for free, here.

November 24, 2015

French born Toronto producer Kill Them With Colour follows up on a killer VIP remix of his own song Get High a few weeks ago with a divinely slicing and shimmering remix of Oliver Nelson’s Found Your Love, featuring Heir. This is a sparsely haunting rendition of the nu-disco swooner. Kill Them With Colour takes the track into far darker territory, shedding the sugar sweetness of the original for a choppy sea of warbling, wobbling future bass and flaring, airy chill trap.

November 4, 2015

The names Oliver Nelson and Plastic Plates rolled up in one made it obvious this was going to be one hot jam. So, get ready to shake that booty as we dive into a remix of Oliver Nelson’s Found Your Love, featuring Heir, by ever sun kissed and disco merry Plastic Plates. This one’s going to make your day brighter, your step more springy, and your smile ever wider with its summery house jubilation.

May 16, 2015

Major news alert! After thrilling us with countless remixes, Swedish producer Oliver Nelson has revealed his first original! Found Your Love is a glistening and gleaming dance anthem featuring vocals by Heir (Skogsrå). The sugary sweet track is a deliciously rich and opulent nu-disco swooner, interspersed with some very dreamy moments. The summery atmosphere and uptempo spirit of the song conjure similar indie dance music from the likes of Goldroom, Viceroy, RAC, and Penguin Prison.

April 24, 2015

We can always count on Swedish producer Oliver Nelson to light some nu-disco and French house fire on his remixes. Get ready for a glamorous and sleek fireworks display on his remix of Blonde’s Alex Newell featuring piano house jam All Cried Out. The succulent, snazzy edit is full of sexy, brassy allure. Blonde’s All Cried Out EP will be out May 4th.