Posts Tagged ‘Spinnin’’

September 11, 2017

A “culprit” is usually someone who’s broken the law or done something egregious, but that’s not the sort of culprit we’re about to listen to. In fact, this “culpriit”’s only crime might be to steal your heart with their inaugural release. Culpriit is a new electronic act out of Los Angeles, and their first single, Driveway, which walks a fine line between electronica and pop, is instantly hooking and wildly infectious. The smooth, summery song is out now on Spinnin’ Records and available for purchasing, here.

March 22, 2017

Feel good and inspiring is the least we could say about this brand new collaborative anthem from Dutch DJ/producer Don Diablo and Italian duo MARNIK. Just its title itself already promises a majestic and epic adventure. Children Of A Miracle is a sweeping sonic cocktail fashioned out of dubstep, trap, future bass, and electro. It’s fantastical and magical, even reminding me of enchanting Scandi-pop from the likes of Aurora or Mr Little Jeans, but paired with warbling, pounding electronic aesthetics. Those of you in Miamia for Ultra may be in for a treat when Don Diablo takes the main stage on March 24th. I have a feeling he’ll likely drop this grand new tune. Children Of A Miracle is out now on Spinnin’, download here.

March 10, 2017

Our love affair with Lincoln Jesser began many suns ago, when the Los Angeles based musician used to woo us with synthpop and electronic pop. Since then, Lincoln Jesser has gone all in on dance music. With it, he’s found great success, too. It’s obvious he has a knack for crafting euphonious deep house, as can be heard on new single Right By You. This rosy vibrant, summer breezy dance melter is sweetly lifting and warmly comforting. “Even hell with you is ecstasy,” coos Lincoln Jesser in that unmistakably downy voice. We dance, and we sigh, in hopes that we’ll meet someone to sing that very line to ourselves. Right By You can be streamed on Soundcloud below. Purchase the single from digital retailers, here, via Spinnin’ Deep.

February 22, 2017

I just had a splendid evening of live music, having hit up two sensational shows that are part of Noise Pop Festival 2017. I’m still aglow from last night. That glow amplifies ten fold as I gleefully dive into a truly celestial treat. NYC producer Sean Turk gives Breathe Carolina and IZII’s ECHO (LET GO) a pillowy plush future bass makeover. He embraces us with fleecy softness and gently tingling tenderness with the gorgeous remix. Sean Turk tugs at our heart strings even as he sends shivering bolts of electricity through us with his cinematic surging edit. The remix is out now on Spinnin’, grab it from various outlets, here.

February 22, 2017

It’s kind of hard to feel sorry for myself when I’m being treated to a dazzling tune like this effulgent jam from Los Angeles’ CADE, who last dazzled us with satin swooning Escape over half a year ago. If you’re fond of the R&B grooving, house booming vibes oft dealt out by Years & Years, you’re going to fall hard for Sorry For Myself. The decadent song takes us back to sweltering summer nights filled with desire, reckless decisions, and ultimately, a whole lot of regret. Sorry For Myself is out now on Spinnin’ Records, grab it from major outlets, here.

December 15, 2015

Dutch producer San Holo dropped a massive tun on Spinnin’ Records last month for which he’s released an unconventional music video about fangirling going overboard during this past weekend. Though the video is in some ways a little disturbing, Can’t Forget You, which features California based musician The Nicholas is trap, future bass, and electro rapture. The Nicholas’ vocals are fluidly silken, and San Holo’s vibrant production is melodically enticing with exhilarating build ups and gratifying drops. Despite its thrills, there’s a wistful sadness to the tune, which the music video sheds more light upon. Can’t Forget You is available for purchase on iTunes.

June 2, 2015

It’s really impossible to resist this sublime remix of Dutch Producer Sam Feldt’s Show Me Love by Swiss producer EDX. The original is already so incredibly infectious, sampling Robin S classic Show Me Love. EDX captures and heightens that hooking warmth with an ever summery house remix that explodes in magnificence, pulsing, throbbing, and thumping in a futuristic deep house fashion.