Moody, sultry track from Canadian band, Honors giving us some Weeknd vibes. Big fan of a well written song and this is a fine example; the slick production on top makes the whole track instantly listenable and addictive. The guitar solo at the end of the track is well worth the wait.
Damn son, love this. New from New Zealand native Villette. Check her out here!
Another great upcoming release from Rhythm Section International. They can’t seem to do wrong at the moment.
This track is the first taste of the new electronic sound from Dan Kye, the alter-ego of Genre Confused favourite Jordan Rakei. You can still hear Rakei’s vocal amongst the deep soulful sound that we love from Rhythm Section. Looking forward to hearing the rest of the release on Friday.
This is just such a tune! Thanks to Majestic Casual for always bringing the vibes. You guys rule.
Something a bit different from us! The Bloom combining indie vibes with some nice electronic production. It’s moody, it’s fun and it’s catchy. The uniqueness of the voice combined with the slickness of the track make for a very strong effort from these guys.
I was just going through some old stuff from a couple of years ago and found this again. Luv this tune so much! Em
We’re very excited to share something really special. The first release from our brand new label Genre Confused Records … Inventive name right?
Eagle eared readers may have already had a taste of the first official release from Jungo Sound when we feature a earlier version of this song a while ago. But its back with a fresh new sound and we can’t wait for you to hear ‘Cabo Cabo’.
Jungo Sound are a production duo, one part from New York and the other from London who bumped into each other at a party in Jamaica. Snow and Ollie (also 1 part of Annie Mac tipped The Busy Twist) together bridge the gap between their cultures and musical experiences to create a sound that is both tropical and old school.
‘Cabo Cabo’ is an introduction to Jungo Sound’s production style. A sound that sits somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic, between The Busy Twist’s multi-culture bass and the beats of Snow’s native USA. Throw on some dreamy saxophone for a track that’s one part tropical chill and one part Angolan Kizomba.
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Ollie and Emily
If I owned a car and lived somewhere slightly warmer, I would absolutely roll down my windows and blast this track as loudly as I could. Pretty Sister hails from L.A and you can clearly hear that in this track; a huge summer banger like this is exactly what we all need in our lives in the middle of November. Big support from us once again!