Posts Tagged ‘The Weekend’

July 17, 2017
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Australia offers up no shortage of fine production talent, and the latest such star on the rise to hit our radar is up and coming Sydney DJ and producer Jesse Porsches, who has signed to Astralwerks Records. Jesse was once a part of IHM praised but now disbanded Australian project Porsches. Though we can’t help but feel dejected over the Porsches news, Jesse Porsches’ The Weekend, which features creamy voiced singer songwriter Xavier Dunn on guest vocals, is a dulcet lifting future pop treat that leaves us flushed with excitement over the new artist. What’s striking about The Weekend is its multi-dimensional depth. On the one hand, it’s a springy thriller of a future bass anthem, sure to perk you up for the weekend. On the other hand, within its substrate lies a deep melancholy. The Weekend is about fleeing connections and short-lived highs. As exhilarating as they may be, its a sad affair when the weekend ends and those brief moments of joy and rapport fade. I guess we’re all in search of something that lasts more than just a weekend. Fortunately for us, music doesn’t fade.

January 20, 2017
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Starboy is undoubtedly one of the biggest hits to come from The Weeknd despite his long list of accomplishments throughout the past years. Daft Punk’s role came as quite the surprise when the song first surfaced, but we can rarely avoid thinking of Daft Punk when we think of The Weeknd now. Producer Freyah Martell gives the song a re-working, presenting us with a steady pulsing, crisp polished remix whose melodic appeal is undeniable. She even lays on some fresh celestial vocals her own. The beautifully nostalgic future bass remix is a free download, here.

December 19, 2014
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The perfect weekend banger has been remixed by rising Australian future bass and trap producer JAWZ. Which weekend banger am I talking about? Generik’s The Weekend of course, the jack ready house anthem that features Nicky Van She’s slick vocals. It’s a massively satisfying, stomping edit, out officially on ONELOVE RECORDINGS. Alright, now I’m a little miffed it’s only Thursday. 

August 29, 2014
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I’ve noticed the word “jack” has been making a comeback in regards to house (and dancing to house) lately, and this song’s going to help perpetuate and accelerate that come back. Generik is a new breakthrough house producer from Australia, and his single The Weekend is a massive track, featuring vocals from Nicky Van She (of Van She, of course). I’ve always been fond of Van She’s style and Nicky Van She’s vocals, so pairing them with Genereik’s killer house production certainly results in a bonafide banger that will surely be a weekend party anthem for many. It’s a completely euphoric affair with blissful piano stabs and banging bass. The track will be out on Australian dance label ONELOVE. Now I’m energized and ready to go catch Kiesza live tonight… Thanks, Generik!

August 29, 2014
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I’ve noticed the word “jack” has been making a comeback in regards to house (and dancing to house) lately, and this song’s going to help perpetuate and accelerate that come back. Generik is a new breakthrough house producer from Australia, and his single The Weekend is a massive track, featuring vocals from Nicky Van She (of Van She, of course). I’ve always been fond of Van She’s style and Nicky Van She’s vocals, so pairing them with Genereik’s killer house production certainly results in a bonafide banger that will surely be a weekend party anthem for many. It’s a completely euphoric affair with blissful piano stabs and banging bass. The track will be out on Australian dance label ONELOVE. Now I’m energized and ready to go catch Kiesza live tonight… Thanks, Generik!