Posts Tagged ‘Viceroy’

June 14, 2017

San Francisco’s very own disco dance auteur Viceroy has linked up with British singer songwriter Tom Aspaul on a sweltering summer banger named Improvise, for which I’m going to have to improvise some slick dance moves to as I bounce along to its buoyant chords. This satin chic sunset house meets nu-disco banger is a pool party must with its funky licks, glamorous beats, and smooth cooing. Improvise is out now via Dim Mak. Grab it from iTunes, here.

February 13, 2017

One of our favorite disco dance moguls, San Francisco’s very own Viceroy, has signed to another one of our faves, Australian label Sweat It Out. He hits the ground running with a fresh new two track release named Just Marinate. Prepare yourself for warm summer feels as we lift off to Viceroy’s lustrous disco house on EP cut Illuminate whcih features award winning singer songwriter Anjulie on sassy soulful vocals. Viceroy more than “illuminates” us with this piquant twirler. For more grooving resplendence, stream the other track off Viceroy’s new EP, Marinate featuring Wilki, below and brace yourself for some sultry mesmeric deep funk. Viceroy’s Just Marinate EP is available via major outlets, here.

July 19, 2016

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April 21, 2016

San Francisco’s Viceroy has announced his Next Escape Tour, set to coincide with the release of his new EP of the same name. He’s also revealed the title track from that EP, bringing us endless summer vibes with the song which features gliding cooing by Patrick Baker. Drop your worries, ease your burdens, and let Next Escape take you to palm tree lined white sand beaches. Viceroy’s chill house & cool tropical romancer is out now on various outlets, here. Head to Viceroy’s website to check out his Next Escape Tour.

March 29, 2016

It’s true that there’s been an inconceivable deluge of remixes of G-Eazy hit Me, Myself & I, featuring Bebe Rexha, but this new one is a must listen for any huge fan of the song (like me). San Francisco’s own Viceroy gives me, Myself & I a nu-disco resplendent remix, and I may not have expected it previously, but the hip hop of the song melds quite nicely with the producer’s radiantly balmy dance style. It may only be Monday night, but I think I’m ready for a full on dance party now.

July 12, 2015

Are you ready for a collaboration of massive proportions? This one’s colossal, because it brings together Viceroy and Giraffage, two of San Francisco’s best producers right now. Impressions Of You is a sexy jam that also features swooning crooning by Patrick Baker, whom you might recognizee from his previous collaborations with Pat Lok and Lane 8. The two producers bring their A game on the track. Summery nu-disco meets atmospherically shimmering and undulating melodic bass opulence, permeated with captivating snares. Impressions Of You is a smoldering hot collaboration, a heart string tugging heartbreak ballad that’s fully intoxicating and intense. Out on Dim Mak now, the song also comes with an amusing music video that plays with a tinder related plotline. 

April 17, 2015

San Francisco based nu-disco and summery electronic producer Viceroy recently held a remix competition for his single Back At The Start, the awesome track that also features the bay’s own K.Flay. Swiss producer Black Space may have missed the entry for that competition, but his free for download edit speaks for itself and more. It’s a vibing jam full of uplifting ebullience and radiant sunshine. 

April 7, 2015

San Francisco’s Viceroy dropped a thrilling, radiant remix of Jagged Edge’s Where The Party At. The sundrenched treat, disco house song certainly has me itching to rage at a festive, palm tree laden pool party. Is it summer yet? No? Well it sure feels like it is! The remix is Viceroy’s first from his Jet Life remix series this year.

March 29, 2015

For those of you not in Miami for Ultra and WMC, like me, who are also experiencing some mad FOMO, let’s pretend we’re there with some sick electronic music. San Francisco based producer Viceroy’s new single Back At The Start, which also features SF’s very own K.Flay, goes shimmering future bass and trap on a fresh remix by Delusion. As a die hard fan of Flume’s music, I’m loving this sexy and chill take.

February 18, 2015

This killer track premiered on This Song Is Sick earlier today, and it has to be the most epic San Francisco Bay tune of the day. SF producer Viceroy enlisted Stanford graduate and edgy indie hip hop/electronic artist K.Flay on new tune Back At The Start. It’s a brilliant mixture of Viceroy’s gleaming nu-disco electronic production with K.Flay’s gritty hip hop style. She even calls out the El Camino Real at the very beginning of the tune, which is the grand, legendary road that runs down the bay and near by where my digs are. Hot, sexy horns and slick summer vibes round out the thriller.