Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog
This guy knows how to play with words and know how to make blues in a hipster way. Really great track!
Geotic – Sunspell
Always been an admirer of Baths’ music. But this project of his, especially this tune is GORGEOUS
Midland – Final Credits
I have to admit that eventough this song is almost a year old i discovered it 2 months ago. But the funky guitar samples catches as if i am listening to it for the first time.
Paris Brightledge & Marlon Hoffstadt – Forgive You
Marlon will definitely going to be a great successor of the new deep house genre infact He is already carrying the flag with cool names such as Detroit Swindle, Medlar. Also Paris Brightledge is a great vocal with a great potential.
Super Fun Bumper Edition – Merge
Jad & The is one of the underdog artists that i really dig and follow. His collabration with Charles Murdoch as SFBM is very inspiring. The debut EP tracks are very diverse yet very unique and this track stands out for me as a masterpiece!
Homework – Confessing
There are sometracks that you love and then you forget and then you listen them 2-3 years later. And you get amazed and that track becomes one of your favorite again. I think this explanation fits very well this track.
Oma Nata – Alone Together
This guy knows how to use percussions with dance music. I think this is like an experimental example of the rising of Afro House actually.
Human Movement – Right Thang
The harmony between vocals and the structure is amazing. Always on repeat at home/road!
Franc Moody – Dopamine
This One is out from Pete Tong’s daughter’s label Juicebox. You should follow this label lots good music to come, i can feel. And this tune… catchy groovys, amazing arrangement.
Palmiyeler – Senden Haber Yok
Turkish contemporary music scene should never be underestimated. Kaan Düzarat, Barış K, Oceanvs Orientalis, Gaye Su Akyol… and of course these boys and girls Palmiyeler with their Beach Boysish lo-fi riffs and rhytms.
Hemi is definitely no newbie to the music business. From releasing records as Pineapple Pop on diverse labels including his own in the past, Hemi is additionally working as a successful DJ and booker. The charismatic artist decided to change his moniker to his given first name and kick-starts into 2017 with Gentle an organic yet housy production which includes elements ranging from disco up to tribal and afro house.
Being well-connected leads always to something and in this case, Berlin-based duo Kyodai, who have already released on such prosperous labels as Exploited, Freerange, Pokerflat, Local Talk, and Suol, are delivering one hell-of-a-remix which should instantly be on many playlists of tech-house and deep-house loving DJ’s and music curators.
Taking it back to the 90’s – that describes best the sound Phonk D (Footjob Records) has picked up for his remix of Gentle. A catchy piano and a dreamy string really taking you back in time to give you that retro-feel from yesterday which is currently being played everywhere from Los Angeles to Tokyo.
With Gentle, the start into a new era for Hemi is set. With more tracks already in the pipe-line, he will be not only solidify his status but surely be a producer you can’t pass on when it comes to remixes and releases.