Another vibes tune from Emmit Fenn! He has also got this pretty sick digital experience going on which you should check out! https://emmitfenn.com/#!/
You know we love Kid Froopy! Here he is with a sick remix of Zeds Dead X NGHTMRE. Enjoy yo.
Loving the vibes! Such a chill track! Check out this guy right now!
2016 saw Thugli release one of their biggest bootlegs to date, a remix of rapper Desiigner’s hit ‘Panda’ which is now on close to 7 million combined plays on Youtube. 2017 is about to kick off strong with the release of a new single, ‘Cold Winter’ featuring Australia’s Bea Moon on vocals with a full EP to follow. Its looking to be a big year for the duo and its only just begun!
Nice bit of future bass here from Big Wild. Builds up to the drop which lands with nice synth twinkling keeping things light. Smattering of the Future Classic / Wave Racer sound with disco house flavour.
Thanks to the guys at Perfect Havoc for letting us upload this tune and give us a free download! River is bringing out her first single in February and we are very much looking forward to that! Also here is the a-cappella version for all the producers out there!
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
Latin guitar tinged intro and then funky bass. Whats not to love on this dreamy downtempo and lo-fi funk tune from our favourites over on Rhythm Section International. There is always something new to love on their excellent office playlist and inevitably it ends up being something they’ve released themselves. Make sure to check out the whole of Duke Hugh’s debut ‘Canvas’. Great morning record.
Yes, yes, yes. The confusingly punctuated Clap! Clap! is back with the first track from his brand new album. ‘Ar-Raqis’ is a start to finish good time. Carefully manipulated chanting kicks us off before the bass drops. Can’t get enough of that bass.
Clap! Clap! was responsible for one of the best sets I saw this year when he supported Omar Souleyman – An absolute visual and auditory treat. I encourage you to catch him live and stream the hell out of the excellent LP Tayi Bebba in the meantime.