House doesn’t often come as entrancingly sweet as the standout single “Woke Me” from Maryland-based artist Chiffon’s latest EP “Third” which dropped on March 27th.
You can expect a serious serving of soul within the inventively-layered vocals which rest atop of the colourful, modernistic, perpetually evolving beats.
The nuanced ambient air over Woke Me makes it the perfect track if you’re looking for good-vibes but don’t want to be left itching to get on a dancefloor. Instead, Woke Me will work as the perfect playlist staple. Each time you hit play, you’ll be able to unravel a little bit more of the artful intricate alchemy.
If this is the future of Experimental House, we’re here for it.
You can check out Chiffon’s single Woke Me for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
If there’s any track which will get you feeling nostalgic about dancefloors, it’s up and coming EDM producer Kingdumb’s latest mix “Dancing with the Devil” featuring vocals from Sophie-Rose Goldsworthy and Jaeh Hall.
Luckily, the ecstasy-dripping soundscape is just as effective at feeding you euphoria through your headphones as it would be if it dropped on the dancefloor. The super-charged entrancing Future Pop mix borrows nuances of Acid House, but the true essence of Dancing with the Devil lies in the futuristic gripping of the soundscape. The powerfully connectable lyrics and vocals bring soul and warmth to the track while Kingdumb lays down impeccably rhythmic bass-dripping adrenalizing beats. You’re going to want to make Dancing with the Devil a firm fixture of your EDM playlists.
You can check out Kingdumb’s track Dancing with the Devil along with their earlier releases for yourselves via Spotify.
Up and coming artist MASSIVESAD has made their debut with their evocatively futuristic feat of Indie Pop “At Least I’m Not Bleeding”. And it’s safe to say we’re already hooked on their absorbingly connectable sound.
If you’re always on the hunt for soul-steeped stylistic soundscapes, you’ll hit the jackpot with At Least I’m Not Bleeding. It definitely isn’t without stark and pensive sentiment. But under MASSIVESAD’s artfully prodigal prowess, the track offers raw emotion along with affable upbeat melodies and enticingly effect-laden sultry vocals.
If you want a masterclass in how to use vocal reverb, hit play on At Least I’m Not Bleeding and grab a pen. Instead of dampening the emotion, the slightly robotic vocals bring a tight synergy to the track and make it unforgettably entrancing aural experience.
You can check out MASSIVESAD’s debut single At Least I’m Not Bleeding by heading over to Spotify.
NOMAD.’s latest Feat of Pop-laced EDM Hip Hop Den of Thieves featuring MEMORiE feels iconic from the first listen. In terms of collaborative chemistry, it’s a euphoric phosphorus fire.
The effortlessly evocative track rivals the level of emotion found in the unforgettable collaboration with Eminem and Dido. Yet, Den of Thieves is ultimately all about the sticky-sweet good vibes – making it the perfect addition to your summer playlists.
With a shimmering crisp production thanks to the deft skills of producer @HYPRSPVCE and the compelling lyrical narrative perfectly executed by NOMAD. through their Rap bars and MEMORiE’s Future Pop-style harmonics, Den of Thieves is a track which you’ll want to play on repeat.
You can check out NOMAD.’s latest single for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
Alt Dance Pop artist and producer Catelyst made their sonically-charged 2020 debut with the single “Circles” featuring Cristy Santos, the energetic synthy track immediately garnered plenty of acclaim. Considering that the track has more Funk than Daft Punk and searing infusions of Alt Rock, it’s easy to see why.
Yet, the debut single was much more than just flawlessly captivating rhythmic grooves. There was plenty of magnetic soul to attach yourself to alongside the playful eccentric nature of Catelyst’s production and lyrical style.
It wasn’t long before Catelyst followed on from the release of Circles with the release of two more singles which will also be found on their upcoming 10 track EP. Beside You and When I Leave also stand as a striking testament of Catelyst’s ability to throw away archetypal genre constraints and let their artistic expression create high-octane euphoria-awakening soundscapes
If we were still allowed to hit dancefloors, we’d be more than happy to ingest the up and coming artist and producer’s earworms on them.
You can check out Catelyst’s latest tracks for yourselves via Spotify. Make sure to give them a follow, if the first three tracks from their debut EP are anything to go by, you won’t want to miss out on the rest.
What happens when two artists with multi-platinum music careers get together and set their minds on creating a fiery Prog House Pop hit? Hit play on The Small Things Summer 2020 anthem Wake Up Alone featuring vocals from IINES and embrace the waves of euphoria yourselves.
It’s danceable, it’s accessible, and you’ll need to prepare for the high-vibe perfectly polished melodies in Wake Up Alone to stick with you for quite a while after the energetic hit has faded to a close.
The Small Things may be relatively fresh from inception, but between them, Mats Melbye and Alex Eriksson have a wealth experience and their talent has seen them working alongside the likes of Avicii and David Guetta.
You can check out Wake Up Alone for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Organically soulful electronica may be harder to find than a needle in a haystack, but Bedtime’s debut euphorically orchestrated hit “You Are Good” more than makes up for the shortfall.
With the accordantly magnetic vocals falling upon the entrancing melodies, You Are Good is immersive from the first hit. The momentum of the hook-laden single makes it the perfect multipurpose track by finding the perfect balance between avidity and melody. Plenty of Future Pop and Electronica fans alike will find plenty of appeal in Bedtime’s futuristic approach to production which gives the soundscape has massive contemporary mainstream potential.
The lyrics explore our obsession with being remembered after we’re gone and gently point out the redundancy of it. I wholeheartedly agree. After you hear it, I’m sure you will too.
You can check out You Are Good which was released on April 10th via Spotify or iTunes via this link, or you’ll be able to catch You Are Good on SoundCloud.
Pop hits don’t get much more anthemically infectious than Alex Clare’s Brit-Award-snagging 2011 single Too Close. Well, apart from when emerging artists such as Andre Meneses put their own spin on the sound and project even more soul into the vocals.
Andre Meneses’ slightly whiskey-soaked vocals create an alchemic contrast against the instrumental progressions which remain as effervescent as ever while giving the track a brand new Indie Blues Rock almost grungy edge.
Any fans of Calvin Harris’ sultrily scratchy vocals will easily become enamoured by Andre Meneses’s sublimely serrated cover.
You can check out Andre Meneses’ cover of Too Close which was released on March 20th for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
South Carolina Singer-Songwriter Daniel Light has amassed plenty of hype around their melodic fusions of Pop, RnB and Hip Hop since making their 2018 debut.
Since then, they’ve mastered the art of putting infectiously uplifting fresh beats alongside humility-soaked introspection. Lyrics in Pop tracks which reflect reality may be harder to find than a needle in a haystack. Yet, Daniel Light’s 2020 single “Sunset” is a vibrant minefield of stark resonant emotion.
Sunset is a stylistic groove-filled interplay of optimism and raw introspection which will undoubtedly see Daniel Light garner plenty of acclaim in 2020 and beyond.
You can check out Daniel Light’s latest single Sunset for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Every once in awhile, it’s possible that you’ll stumble across a track which offers massive beats and an even more sizeable serving of soul. That’s just what we delved into when Electronic Pop artist Dakota Chappy appeared on our radar.
The strikingly talented vocalist dropped her latest entrancingly danceable yet mindfully inspired single “Right There” on March 4th. If you want to raise your vibration, strap on a pair of headphones and experience the vibrancy of the upraised radio-ready single.
There will undoubtedly be bigger and more refreshingly absolving music to come from Dakota Chappy. So, we’d suggest that you follow our lead and firmly affix her to your radars.
You can check out the official music video to Dakota Chappy’s latest single via YouTube.