Marc E. Bassy is an L.A. rapper who seems to have been putting out some tracks for his mixtape these last couple of months collaborating with IAMSU!, Skizzy Mars, and more. While Skizzy has been on a roll releasing one breathtaking sound after the other. It is hard to overlook his catchy tunes and with this one, he brings a high pitch vocal sample on top of a simple, laid-back piano progression and that is all it takes to create a tune for when you are feeling lazy. I guess in this case, if you are feeling like you have the sweetest hangover. Quite the rare occurrence if I may say so myself.
Today, we feature the beloved The Geek x Vrv, with their astounding take on the great original of ODESZA w/ Zyra, “Say My Name.” Odesza have featured the beautiful vocals of Zyra on two of the tracks that were on their latest release “In Return,” the second track being “It’s Only.” If there is one complaint that we can bring to the table about this remix, is that it does not have any of Zyras vocals, otherwise, it’s the best remix we’ve heard to date! Please help the french duo in this remix competition, and vote for them now!
It’s been a while since I enjoyed that much a new Deep House track, because yes, Filous & Mount’s new remix of Heartbeats by José González is exquisite. This song represents Filous’ first collaboration ever, but it also represents Mount’s first public song.
The two young producers from Vienna significantly sped up the original song, added their deep elements and filled the whole thing with passion; the final result is dazzling. Deep House lovers, this one’s a must have for you guys.
Today’s post is nothing short but amazing. Jaymes Young is due to release his debut album Habits of My Heart this upcoming Tuesday, through Atlantic Records. He’s getting us hyped up with premieres here and there, and this time the premiere goes to EARMILK. Jaymes Young’s “What Should I Do” gained over 20’000 plays on SoundCloud in only a few hours! Be sure to check out this amazing singers’ song here, and purchase the album, I guarantee that it’ll be worth it!
FlicFlac really got me hooked to their new edit of Marlena Shaw’s “Woman Of The Ghetto”, and chances are that you’re going to dig it too. FlicFlac’s groovy sound signature, addicting vocals and the perfect blending of cheerful & laidback sounds you’ve been looking for is what you’ll hear on this track. On my side, this one is going to play for a while. Enjoy!