Posts Tagged ‘sunset house’

May 18, 2018

Australia’s Night Tales first dazzled us late last year with their debut single Move You, a deep pumping, dark sweltering electronic ode to unrequited love. The duo, formed by producer Third Floor and singer songwriter Kamaliza (previously of Olympic Ayres), return with an ace new jam named Want, which we can’t stop wanting more of after grooving to our hearts content to the song’s balmy sunset house and silky crooning by guest vocalist fellow Australian songstress Kimono. Chill disco beats, sultry horns, and some sweet RÜFÜS vibes abound on the molten electronic track. Want is out now on Majestic Casual. Find it, here.

April 6, 2018

We ascend to cloud nine as two of our all time favorite electronic acts, Seattle’s ODESZA and Australia’s Flight Facilities, come together on a track off ODESZA’s new Higher Ground remix pack. I’ll let that sink in for a moment… this is two juggernaut production forces with completely different artistic styles. That’s right, Flight Facilities has given Higher Ground, one of the most beautiful arias off ODESZA’s beloved album A Moment Apart, a lush, halcyon house edit! Their remix departs from their usual disco imbued dance music, but it’s a deep thrumming, verdant and feathery beauty nonetheless with glowing sunset vibes enhanced by Naomi Wild’s gorgeous voice. ODESZA’s new remix pack also features remixes by Reske, pluko (fka Pluto), and the original version of HIgher Ground. Stream in full on Soundcloud, here. Support via alternate platforms, here.

January 31, 2018

With his signature fleecy vocals and his trademark feathery synths, Future Jr. liquefies our hearts once again with the tender caress of his latest single. The 23 year old singer songwriter and producer from Brisbane serenades us with wistful and wispy guitar strums on dreamy atmospheric, warm enveloping Tell Me That I’m Wrong, a flawless blend of pensive indietronica, sunset house, and 80s imbued synthpop. Perhaps Future Jr. might be prone to error in other arenas in life, but he’s obviously never wrong when it comes to music. Tell Me That I’m Wrong is available via iTunes, here.

January 9, 2018

Ecotek is a from Denver with a penchant for a wide array of electronic genres, including deep house, electro, techno, and atmospheric. He goes the chill melodic house route on his latest exhilarating dance original, By Your Side. It’s a summery burst of prismatic sunset skies and idyllic island bliss. It may be raining cats and dogs outside my office tonight, but Ecotek provides a brief respite from the bitter cold with his earthy stomping, verdant lunging electronica. The single, as well as an extended version of it, are both available via iTunes, here.

November 9, 2017

When I stumbled upon this fresh remix of Liam Payne’s Bedroom Floor earlier today, I couldn’t help but start to move to its springy elasticity and vibrant charm. I immediately looked up the producer behind the magic, Leowi, to learn that he’s a young newcomer from Lithuania. He’s given the hit single a fabulous house re-work, full of slick energy and balmy vivacious beats. You can download his remix, here. For a recent fine original from the producer, stream Leowi’s deep house extravaganza, U Wanna Do, below, and dance the night away to his summer lustrous banger. 

November 2, 2017

Austin based house and trance veterans Tritonal put together a massive remix pack the other day for their latest single, Good Thing, featuring Canadian starlet Laurell. The seven track package features their own club edit alongside remixes by Justin Caruso, LIGHTSTRIIKE, Vigil, and many more. It also includes this treat from long time IHM lauded Romanian production prodigy, Boehm. The temperature outside is finally starting to drop here in the Bay. The leaves are turning and falling, and a cold wind blows through the night. But we have Boehm to keep us warm with his sunset house and melodic dance edit of Good Thing, a balmy tropical, breezy glowing respite that I wouldn’t mind dancing to all night long. Purchase/stream Boehm’s remix, here. Take Tritonal’s Good Thing remix pack for a spin on Soundcloud, here.

September 18, 2017

Whenever a new filous track pops up, I know to prepare myself for a dreamy atmospheric electronic affair. The long time IHM lauded Austrian producer is preparing to release his new EP, For Love, and he recently shared the transcendental title track from the record. Electronic pop vocalist klei rejoins filous on For Love, lending her warm enticing vocals to the surprisingly perky and sprightly jam. For Love is still a diaphanous chill house gem with a soft caress, but it’s also an earthy springing, Milky Chance evoking summer bop with irresistible chant-along hooks. You can purchase For Love and pre-order filous’ forthcoming EP from iTunes, here.

September 14, 2017

One of our long time Australian synthpop and electronic favorites, Panama, returned with a massive new EP over the summer named Hope For Something, from which came a sunset wavy gem named I Watched You Slip. It gets a groovy West Coast makeover as Los Angeles’ Wild & Free gives it a sleek strut and a decadent bass line on a glamorous disco house remix. This one’s a smooth dashing swooner with immaculate sunset vibes. Wild & Free’s remix is one of many fine remixes from an official Hope For Something remix pack out on Future Classic, available, here.

August 31, 2017

It’s hard to believe two years have flown by since the very first time we heard of a talent out of Los Angeles named Kotomi. She’d lent her voice to Cyril Hahn’s Grace and captured our ears straight away, after which we gleefully dove into her solo material for some finespun electro pop bliss. Fast forward to summer of 2017, and Kotomi is finally back. The singer songwriter and producer returns in style, too, on lavish electronica and prismatic pop banger named Ooh La La. Prepare to dance your night away to this tropical explosion of sequined synthpop and dancehall ready beats. Ooh La La is steamy and sexy, yet cool and invigorating, all at once. For a brief moment, I feel like I’m in Ibiza, or on some other magical Balearic island, far away from the plain and mundane. Ooh La La is available from Bandcamp, here.

August 10, 2017

Well, we seem to be on a splendid Moving Castle kick tonight, but who can blame us when their roster of fine talent continues to present us with an endless stream of incredible new songs and remixes this week? Our latest MC dose of sonic rapture comes courtesy of Candle Weather and Manila Killa, well loved individually and widely adulated in unison as Hotel Garuda. They’ve taken on NYC producer TJANI’s sassy seductive sunset house jam Pad Thai, featuring honeyed vocals by Gracie, giving it a darker look with a dramatic deep house rendering. Hotel Garuda’s remix entrances and mesmerizes with its visceral beats and four to the floor cadence in its opening bars before tossing us some delectable curve balls by shifting into a more atmospheric and mellifluous gear. Before we know it, we’re getting jounced around by exhilarating future house styled elasticity and a taut vigor that leaves our hearts palpitating in excitement. But Hotel Garuda makes sure to leave us in a state of astonishment and wonder by returning to a dreamy contemplative, beautifully expansive style of sound by the end of their remix. Quite a dynamic journey, isn’t it? In the course of just about four and a half minutes, we’ve had an epic adventure that leaves us breathless. I’ll never look at pad thai the same. The remix is a limited time free download, here. Better be quick!