Posts Tagged ‘PLS&TY’

September 8, 2017

PLS&TY spends his time between Palm Beach and Los Angeles. I sure hope he’s on the West Coast right now, far away from the dangers of Hurricane Irma. For a moment, all seems well and halcyon as he brings us coastal dance vibes aplenty on a brightly bejeweled future bass remix of Chicago trio Autograf’s bubbly pristine anthem Simple, featuring Victoria Zhao. The dreamy luscious, ebullient oscillating edit is a free download, here.

June 16, 2017

If you’ve haven’t listened to PLS&TY’s sensational new original yet, be prepared to be awestruck. The Florida producer, who apparently spends time in California now too, goes tribal worldbeat on Run Wild, possibly his best track ever. And we’ve been with PLS&TY for a few years! He’s certainly raised the incredibly bar high with this innovative future bass and chill trap masterpiece. He sets our souls free and urges us to run wild ourselves with the grand swelling, lush verdurous dazzler. For a moment, we all feel like kings and queens of the jungle, unconfined and unrestrained by the banality of everyday life. Run Wild is a free download, here.

February 15, 2017

I love it when long time IHM supported and praised projects come together to create amazing music together. “Good vibes” tend to flow aplenty from such mergers. Case in point, PLS&TY’s new original, Good Vibes, which features rapturous vocals by fellow LA duo Cosmos & Creature, the project created by progressive soul artist Brandyn Burnette and his girlfriend, pop chanteuse Molly Moore. Good Vibes is a sultry sleek future bass and sexy electro R&B cut, a smooth carousing suitor through and through. Download Good Vibes for free, here.

November 18, 2016

The amount of remixes that arise out after an artist or band releases exceptional tunes is nothing short of a testament to their brilliance. Based on that belief, there’s no doubt that Opia has been one influential and highly regarded new project of 2016. Fellow LA outfit PLS&TY add to the number of incredible Opia remixes already in existence by offering up a dreamy waving future bass and synthcore imbued trap edit of Opia’s YDU. The production duo turn the creamy plush original into a choppy sea of slick synths and resonating bass. This might be the most regal grand, dramatic intoxicating Opia remix yet. And it’s a free download, here.

September 6, 2016

Swallow My Pride might very well be Romanian producer Boehm’s most emotive anthem, a magnificent future bass ballad on which Los Angeles starlet Molly Moore exhibits such poignant magnetism with her impassioned vocals. Los Angeles’ PLS&TY has remixed that very track, giving Swallow My Pride’s anguish an airy introspective, weightless rippling future bass and chill trap approach that retains the original’s sentiment yet gives it a scintillating vibrant lift. PLS&TY’s Swallow My Pride is pressing and immediate, in an irresistibly cinematic and jostling manner. The remix is a part of Boehm’s Swallow My Pride remixes package, out now on Dim Mak and available from iTunes.

July 12, 2016

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July 9, 2016

Norway’s Autolaser and Los Angeles’ PLS&TY teamed up yet again earlier this year to give a grandiose future bass and trap ballad named Hiding From The Rain, featuring velveteen crooning by MARØ. The song made quite a deep impression in the electronic scene and some splendid remixes are arising in its wake. Norwegian producer Cavego takes Hiding From The Rain for a twilight disco spin. His future funky official remix is lustrous and dreamy. Glossy vivacious rippling leaves me shivering in bliss. Download the remix from Toneden.

May 24, 2016

I said we hit the jackpot when Norway’s Autolaser, Los Angeles’ PLS&TY, and soulful rising songbird MOONZz joined forces to deliver us prismatic future bass anthem Used To This. This jackpot must be one of those progressive ones, as its value continues growing with the emergence of some transcendental remixes this month. Cali producers FLØRALS & SLOVES give the track a sizzling makeover. They stick to future bass on their whomping, whirring remix, but this Used To This is a flaming inferno of gritty passion and rampant desire. The massive remix is a free download, here.

April 17, 2016

I love it when Norway’s Autolaser teams up with Los Angeles’ PLS&TY for some fresh electronic music. I’m still reeling from their dreamy banger Used To This from last month, which featured fast emerging chanteuse MOONZz, and here the producers are again on snazzy new tune Hiding From The Rain. The song, which premiered on This Song Is Sick a few days ago, features velveteen R&B crooning by MARØ. Hiding From The Rain is a grandiose future bass and trap ballad, one that despite its name, leaves me with an urge to run out into a cleansing cathartic rainstorm, one that washes away all the grit and dirt, games and pretense, leaving only the heart’s stark honesty exposed. Hiding From The Rain will be out April 20th via Trap Nation.

March 24, 2016

We’ve hit the jackpot with Used To This, a gritty yet dreamy banger that sees Norway’s Autolaser joining forces across the world with Los Angeles’ PLS&TY and rising songstress MOONZz. The sultry chanteuse delivers her signature soulful and fiery vocals on the compelling and robust future bass anthem. I don’t think I could ever get “used to this” when it comes to such a divine combination of moving talent. Stream the track on Spotify above, or Soundcloud below. Sassy and saucy Used To This is a generous free download, here.