Posts Tagged ‘Vindata’

March 2, 2018
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I want to stay forever, cradled in the starlit future bass that an epic congregation of talent brings us on You Can Stay. Los Angeles’ Vindata, Alaskan sensation Electric Mantis, and British singer songwriter Liv Dawson come together on the celestial and ethereal future bass opus, whose twilight effervescence evokes Petit Biscuit and Odesza. We soar like night hawks across the sky to the surging swells of this beautifully crafted aria. It’s a wondrous and fantastical journey of the heart, bittersweet yet hopeful. You can also stream the song on Spotify, here.

May 17, 2017
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It’s been like a year since Mija and Vindata teamed up to give us airy whimsical future bass brilliance in the form of their collaboration, Better. We return to its dazzling folds today via a fresh remix by Alaska’s Electric Mantis. We’re taken on a profound journey by his atmospheric chill trap edit. It stretches us across the universe with its soothing flitters and prismatic cascades, filling us with endless wonder. You can download this sublime treat, here.

September 9, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.07.2016

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September 8, 2016

Brave is too magnificent a tune not to dive back into it now that Los Angeles duo Gladiator has released a spectacular music video for the song. The visual accompaniment itself is a brilliant must watch, amazing soundtrack or not. It features a creative approach on martial arts and modern dance as performed by Erin Wu. Gladiator’s Brave, which first surfaced early this year, is a spellbinding song, oscillating between sharp sinister future beats and mellow dreamy house. Brooklyn singer songwriter Mothica provides husky magnetic vocals while Southern California production duo Vindata joins in on the florid production side of things. Brave can be found on Gladiator’s Transit EP, out on iTunes via Fool’s Gold. 

May 23, 2016
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If you haven’t heard SoCal production prodigy Mija’s collaboration with Los Angeles duo Vindata yet, get ready for some whomping future bass brilliance on Better. Airy whimsicality and springing blitheness merge vibrantly on the dazzling tune. Before long, your heart will be racing along at equally fast bpm, throbbing furiously to the bouncy reverberations pulsing from bright eyed and effulgent Better. Stream the video for Better below, and snag the tune from various outlets listed, here.

April 12, 2016
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British songbird Kenzie May’s gorgeous single Never Find Another gets the Vindata treatment on a beautiful and cinematic remix. The Los Angeles based production duo transforms the lush R&B pop valleys of the original into a cathartic future bass and spellbinding chill trap ocean made up of luxuriant, shimmering waves darting about in a strong, crisp sea breeze. There’s nothing else to do but to surrender to those rolling waves, ride out their swells, and give in to pure, intoxicating euphoria. Download the ravishing remix for free, here.

February 13, 2016

LA duo Vindata released a new music video to accompany their 2015 single, Can’t Say No, featuring milky smooth vocals by Chuck Ellis. The sultry electronic jam is the perfect addition to your Valentine’s playlist this weekend, its searing tension well represented in the burdened torment of its new visual accompaniment. The slow simmering, smoky dim future R&B number comes off of the production duo’s sophomore EP, Through Time And Space, out on OWSLA and available on iTunes.

January 15, 2016
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Brave is an exquisite electronic and pop tune bursting with magnificent talent. It comes from Los Angeles duo Gladiator, who also enlisted the adept skills of fellow SoCal duo Vindata on the track, alongside spellbinding husky vocals turned in by Brooklyn singer songwriter Mothica. Brave oscillates between sharply sinister beats and mellow dreaminess, but its jolting house robustness slowly takes over as the song progresses. Brave will be on Gladiator’s Transit EP, out January 22nd via Fool’s Gold. I’ll be on the look out for more tastes off the sure to be wicked EP.

July 23, 2015
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Having been fond of Los Angeles based duo Vindata’s music for some time now, I’m infinitely glad the electronic act is now signed with Skrillex’s label OWSLA. This week, Vindata announced a new EP, Through Time And Space, set for release in August. They also unveiled a phenomenal song off the EP. Getting Away features vocals by Mack, and its a dynamic blend of electronic, hip hop, and R&B. Agile percussion join the riveting song’s urgent rhythm and opulent layers of sound. 

October 18, 2014
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British producer Alex Metric’s insanely infectious song Heart Weighs A Ton, featuring vocals by Stefan Storm, is another one of those red hot summer tunes that’s been remixed many times over. Los Angeles duo Vindata turns in the latest version, a stunning, trumpeting trap and future bass version, reminding me at times of Hudson Mohawke’s recent single Chimes with its epic intensity.