Posts Tagged ‘Shaun Frank’

April 6, 2018

Tonight, let’s take a trip to Tokyo on the wings of this fanciful billowing beauty, which comes courtesy of a supernova combination of international talent. British outfit Digital Farm Animals, Toronto’s Shaun Frank, and Canadian electropop troupe Dragonette unite to drench us with neon synths and buoyant beats on Tokyo Nights. For a few brief moments, I feel like I’m walking the streets of Shibuya again, eyes bright with wonder and heart aflutter with love. An exuberant pastiche of indie flavored dance pop and summery electro brightens our night on the feel good anthem, which is available from major outlets, here.

November 2, 2017

Addicted’ seems a mighty fine choice of name for a song like Shaun Frank’s new original. The Toronto based producer unites with Swedish pop outfit Violet Days on the mellifluous prancing treat. Lina Hansson’s golden voice guides us on a sentimental sojourn alongside Shaun Frank’s high springing, island breezy chill dance jam. Addicted you’ll surely be to the warm lifting, key florid anthem, which you can download, here.

September 8, 2017

I don’t know what it is about Spirix’s name, but I can’t help but picture a majestic, magnificent spire towering high in the sky whenever I encounter the Los Angeles producer’s name. Imposing and lofty indeed is his recent remix of Shaun Frank’s No Future, featuring DYSON. Its shuddering, swiveling future bass takes us higher than high, deep into the stratosphere. The cosmic remix is out on Ultra. Stream or download, here.

July 17, 2017

Toronto has been a hotbed of musical activity lately. It’s always been a source of fine music, but even more so than usual lately, it seems. Aside from an endless stream of fresh talent, we also have new treats from veteran artists like this prolific producer, Shaun Frank, who’s shared a mellifluous shimmering, ethereal chopping ballad named Upsidedown. Shaun Frank’s own velvety smooth vocals sit on a warm bed of sleek sparkling, twilight glimmering future bass production. The blissed out single is available from iTunes, here.

September 19, 2016

Toronto DJ and producer Shaun Frank must have had a grand summer. After all, and perhaps little known to most people, he’s one of several artists credited as a contributor on chart topping, world slaying The Chainsmokers hit, Closer. And now, he’s here with a bonafide jam of his own, one that features Nashville singer songwriter Ashe, whose crystalline alluring voice seems to be everywhere these days. Let You Get Away is an ethereal shimmering melodic trap ballad, one whose springy edge is softened by the track’s heartfelt future pop. The luscious moving track is available from various outlets, here.

March 10, 2016

Last month, SNBRN, Dr. Fresch, and Shaun Frank united to lay it down on The New Order, a vigorously kicking, darkly pumping fusion of g-house, deep bass, and future house. Toronto’s Muneshine smooths out the sharp edges of that track on a magnificent deep house remix that rumbles and quivers with cavernous aplomb. He lures me into a state of divine hypnosis with the profound and expansive remix, its gritty beats and lush high hats delivering a very new sort of wondrous, fascinating order indeed. Download the remix for free, here.

February 13, 2016

If you haven’t heard this smashing remix since it’s release some days back, you’re in for a real treat that you’ll want to loop on repeat just so you could dance the day away. Shaun Frank and KSHMR’s Heaven, featuring Jane Delaney, goes uplifting guitar lush on a magnificent remix by Los Angeles duo Two Friends. The sweetly thrilling remix is perfect for Valentine’s Day weekend. Grab your sweetie as Two Friends rockets you both to the heavens. Download the remix for free, here.

February 3, 2016

The New Order is an epic, star studded affair that premiered on This Song Is Sick earlier today. The slamming track is a three way collaboration involving Los Angeles’ SNBRN and Dr. Fresch as well as Toronto’s Shaun Frank. While we’re normally used to SNBRN associated tracks radiating sunshine and blue skies, he takes a dark turn with his friends on this remix. Together, they’ve fused g-house, deep bass, and future house into one massive, sinister smash. There’s even occasional drum and bass rolls and acidic tech metallurgy to The New Order’s kicks. This IS a “new order”, a new order and high bar set for banging dance tracks! Download The New Order for free, here.

October 1, 2015

Los Angeles’ KSHMR joins forces with Toronto’s Shaun Frank on a massive electronic anthem named, aptly, Heaven. Heaven features vocals by Delaney Jane, who seems to be keeping very busy with the amazing guest stints lately, having just graced us with her voice on Adventure Club’s Limitless a few days prior. Heaven is a divinely expansive and intensely stirring deep and future house track fit for an epic night of carefree, euphoric dancing. Heaven will be available on Spinnin’ come Ottober 19th.

September 20, 2015

Nora En Pure’s at it again, dazzling me with her blaring synths and luscious beats. This time, the Zurich based producer has me spinning around my living room on a gorgeous Sunday morning via her new remix of Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank hit Shades Of Grey, featuring Delaney Jane. It’s more like shades of rosy pink and softly warm blues on the cool and sparkling deep house edit. This is some of the most euphoric deep house I’ve encountered all week long, and it’ll be part of Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank’s official remix package out September 21st that also includes remixes by Ephwurd and The Golden Boy.