Posts Tagged ‘Two Can’

October 6, 2017
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Who doesn’t love gummy bears, particularly the delicious little cubs made by Haribo (but not the sugarless ones, thank you, I’ve read those wacky Amazon reviews about how bad they are for the digestive system)? Turns out, gummy bears aren’t just delightful for the taste buds, but there’s a mysterious new production project named GUMMYB3ARS who’s just as good when devoured through the ears. Melbourne sibling duo Two Can’s plumed soaring single Outta Here gets an iridescent future bass meets neon retrowave makeover courtesy of GUMMYB3ARS. I’m not sure I’ve heard anything quite like this remix all year long… The edit transitions from melodic bass to indie dance back to melodic bass. It’s an effulgent blast of nostalgia and joy.

May 1, 2017
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Melbourne based sibling duo Two Can go full on toucan on us with their latest single. Outta Here is as tropical prismatic as a toucan’s beak, and it takes flight like a regal bird, with magnificent plumes and robust lift. We’re no strangers to the pair’s chill summery, retro nostalgic house after songs like Holding On To You, Pressing On, and more. Outta Here’s rhythmic hooks and melodic chords make it a synthpop meets deep dance must. It’s no wonder it’s already hit over 100K streams on Soundcloud since it dropped earlier this month. You can purchase the single from digital outlets, here.

August 31, 2016
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As far as I can tell, it’s been a prolonged while since Two Can last gave us an original. But the Australian sibling duo have chosen to return to the scene at the perfect moment, just as our summer is drawing to a close and fall comes a knocking with its chill gusts and wet drizzles. Two Can’s new single. Holding On To You, which features velveteen sleek vocals by Savoi, is an end-of-summer sunset house jam whose sax and marimba fuels its retro nostalgic charm. Whether we’re holding on to summer, or holding on to each other, we all know that feeling. It’s hard to let go of the past, and it’s tough saying goodbye to summer and all the good times it encompasses. Fortunate for us, we may have an Indian summer yet. We’ll just have to wait and see, and dance our way through to Two Can.

June 26, 2015
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There’s an refreshingly earnest quality to Australian sibling duo Two Can’s new song, Pressing On. The soulful, comforting track features magnetic, confident vocals by fellow Australian Erin Marshall, whose smooth, powerful chops deliver reassuringly uplifting lyrics with an air of candor and affection. Pressing On is a feel good house track, brimming with warm sentiment. Two Can has been working on a forthcoming EP. Keep a close watch on these young brothers.

December 23, 2014
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How odd, I didn’t consciously decide to feature two Father Dude related tracks right next to each other, but I just realized I did! While my prior feature was a Mazde remix of GRMM’s Electrify, featuring Father Dude, this edition of music deliciousness is a brand new original collaboration between the New York act and Australian production duo Two Can. Two Can’s future tropical vibe pairs perfectly with Father Dude’s slick vocals on new track Double Edge

October 4, 2014
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Australian duo Hopium’s Dreamers, which features Phoebe Lou of the now defunct Snakadaktal, is a magnificent, sweeping, gorgeous electronic pop song that I love very dearly. But I have no complaints to file and only much praise for this remix of the tune, by another Australian duo named Two Can. The duo raise the electrifying level on the song, giving it subtle wobbles and enthralling pulses. The remix is a stunning new listen and fits right in with my futuristic and melodic chill trap tastes.

October 4, 2014
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Australian duo Hopium’s Dreamers, which features Phoebe Lou of the now defunct Snakadaktal, is a magnificent, sweeping, gorgeous electronic pop song that I love very dearly. But I have no complaints to file and only much praise for this remix of the tune, by another Australian duo named Two Can. The duo raise the electrifying level on the song, giving it subtle wobbles and enthralling pulses. The remix is a stunning new listen and fits right in with my futuristic and melodic chill trap tastes.

September 10, 2014
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Plenty more sunshine coming your way, as is always the case with anything that involves our very own San Francisco producer Viceroy. His grooving jam The Life, which features Penguin Prison, has been remixed by Australian duo Two Can. If the original represented summer, then the new progressive house tinged rendition has got to be the equivalent of a year round, everlasting summer in a tropical paradise.

September 10, 2014
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Plenty more sunshine coming your way, as is always the case with anything that involves our very own San Francisco producer Viceroy. His grooving jam The Life, which features Penguin Prison, has been remixed by Australian duo Two Can. If the original represented summer, then the new progressive house tinged rendition has got to be the equivalent of a year round, everlasting summer in a tropical paradise.