Posts Tagged ‘Pat Lok’

February 10, 2018

Two of our favorites come together on this swanky jam named Might Be On Fire, which instantly sets us on fire. Prolific Vancouver producer Pat Lok dishes out a whole lot of lavish pumping house heat while Los Angeles based R&B pop crooner Sam Fischer layers on a whole lot of his buttery charm. Pat Lok says of his dapper deep house thrummer: 

“Following up on ‘Hold On Let Go’ I wanted to go a little deeper, get a little more real. Might Be On Fire is about when you feel caught in a rut and have to take a hard look at yourself. There’s no one else to blame so all you can do is own your mistakes and get on with it.” Get on and get down we do to the track out now on Kitsune Musique. Spin Pat Lok’s music via Spotify, here.

June 28, 2017

Last Friday, Pat Lok dropped his full length album Hold On Let Go, and he’s placed his skills as a bonafide production connoisseur on full display with the thirteen track guest talent studded release. We’ve danced together to many a tune off the record, but let’s go for a few more twirls around the room in unison to album cut Hollywood, which features British singer songwriter Kye Sones on vocals. Go ahead and “let go” to this glamorous deep disco meets chic future funk groover. It’s a smooth snazzy, brassy brisk jam and but one of so many luxuriantly intoxicating bangers off Hold On Let Go. Stream the Vancouver based producer’s album in full off Soundcloud, here. Purchase or stream from other outlets, here.

June 16, 2017

In but a few more hours, acute and versatile Vancouver producer Pat Lok will be releasing his new album. While we wait, we might as well dance those final minutes away to steamy pumping, glamorous twirling Stay Together, a seductive swooner from Hold On Let Go. There’s no resisting its glittering disco groove and its vintage flavored R&B house, elevated with a modern chicness and a lavish dose of future funk that makes it 150% swag. You can purchase Hold On Let Go from iTunes, here

May 21, 2017

Ever versatile Vancouver production whiz Pat Lok drenches us in sweet honeyed future soul vibes on Oh No (Oh No), a sizzling hot banger featuring satin chic vocals by NYC’s mar|co. Oh No (Oh No) is a whole lot of “oh yes”. Its chiffon groove and dreamy glimmering opulence are the perfect luxuriant companions to our glorious Sunday morning while we sip on our bubbly brunch mimosas. For a moment, we all feel like kings and queens. Pat Lok describes the track as his favorite song off his upcoming album. Stream/download links for Oh No (Oh No) can be found, here. You can catch Pat Lok at several festivals this summer. He’ll be playing Electric Palms Music Festival, Splash House, and WayHome Music & Arts. 

December 28, 2016

This one’s been a long time coming as my daily share schedule has been majorly derailed by some personal emergencies these past weeks, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to let it go, not for the world. When I saw that electro-soul maestros HONNE, the perfect accompaniment to freezing winter days, had been remixed by Vancouver’s Pat Lok, I was not only surprised,but I was gleefully thrilled. Pat Lok gives satin smooth FHKD an elastic jouncing, disco squishing metamorphosis to help us break a sweat on this frigid evening. We’re warm, on a cold, cold night, and we have both HONNE and Pat Lok to thank for it. Too bad I won’t get to dance to the track in person if Pat Lok drops it as SnowGlobe Music Fest in Tahoe later this week, since I’m unable to make it out. Yes, I’m gutted.

July 12, 2016

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July 9, 2016

Friday afternoon is winding down and it’s almost the weekend. As you prepare to hit the clubs and the beach parties for the weekend, you’ll want some energizing jams to pump yourself up. Let Pat Lok electrify every molecule of your being with his sweet sultry original, My Own Throne, which features fellow Vancouver based artist Claire Mortifee on classy chic vocals. This steamy dance thriller boasts plenty of soulful 90′s groove alongside its foxy disco house heat. My Own Throne will be out on July 22nd via esteemed French label Kitsuné. 

May 3, 2016

Vancouver production wizard Pat Lok is about to embark on some East Coast tour dates, and he’s marking this leg of his journey with a razzmatazz original named You Street. Deep disco chicness lines this modern elite street, its pumping beats, jazzy allure, and steely slices a scorching display of vibrant energy. You Street will lead you straight to the club floor for a sweaty and steamy dance rush rooted in sensual euphoria. Make sure you catch it live if you can. Head to Pat Lok’s Facebook for tour info.

November 25, 2015

It’s time for an injection of irresistible groove, courtesy of Vancouver’s DiRTY RADiO, who first caught my attention near a year ago with a killer flip of Sam Gellaitry’s Waiting So Long. However, this time, DiRTY RADiO is going to have us boogeying down to a retro house jam named Numbers. It’s an R&B pop meets futuristic house extravaganza on the lively, springy treat, and it’s going to take a deep hold of you and never let go. The Vancouver trio report that the seeds of the song came to fruition when they invited their buddies Pat Lok and Ekali to work with them in their East Van studio. Numbers is a limited free download, here.

May 15, 2015

Vancouver’s Pat Lok does it again on his latest remix, a grooving piano house remix of The Knock’s Classic. As if the original weren’t already such an infectious and dance inducing gem, Pat Lok brings it massive nu-disco resplendence and endless cabana vibes. It’s an opulent, chic remix that has me dancing in my chair again.