If up and coming Disco Funk artist Cape Cod still hasn’t appeared on your radar, you’ll soon thank us for the introduction to their euphorically soulful approach to production.
Their standout hit “I’m Coming Home” featuring Richard Farrell will allow you to appreciate just why there’s such a hype around their naturistically high-vibe soundscapes.
I’m Coming Home may borrow a few elements from decades past, but in its essence, I’m Coming Home is a vibrant, rejuvenating modern floor-filler which is will bring ample amounts of deftly mastered Funk onto your playlists.
Through the depth of lyrics, the charismatically inviting vocals, and quality of the production, I’m Coming Home has set the bar for EDM artists crafting beats for the intention of putting out uplifting tracks which arrest the listener’s own rhythmic pulses.
You can check out Cape Cod’s standout single I’m Coming Home for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.
Dj Paul Vicktor’s standout track “Droga” off their recently released third album is all about the bass, the sonic atmospherics, and wavy euphoria.
The experimental mix may not ease you in gently, but once hooked by the solid rhythm, you’ll have few little concerns about being thrown headfirst into such a high-octane, charged mix.
The duration of the tracks may be fairly short with Droga only running for 1:25 minutes. But considering that Dj Paul Vicktor has poured plenty of innovation into his mixes with the aim of creating pioneeringly enjoyable music, that’s just more of an excuse to listen to the album in full. The sublime fusion of Hip Hop, Disco, Funk and Bounce found in each of the tracks is nothing short of entrancing.
You can check out Dj Paul Vicktor’s track Droga along with the rest of their album by heading over to Spotify now.
London-based producer Luuk Lagrange hit the airwaves with a potent dose of euphoria through their latest mix “4Weeks” which dropped on October 29th.
Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean our need for aural ecstasy has to go unsated. The track audibly oozes infectious and commanding feel good vibes which pump out between the stylised atmospheric melodic house beats and synth hooks.
The lyrics may be minimalistic, yet they’re magnetically hypnotic and will stick to your synapses like superglue. If you’re looking for a club hit to help you embrace the nostalgia of summers gone by, consider 4Weeks as an antidote to the winter blues.
You can check out the official music video to Luuk Lagrange’s track 4Weeks by heading over to YouTube.
Ahead of their forthcoming album LA artist Arswain has provided the perfect aural teaser with their pensively raw single “Pleasure”.
It’s not all too often I’ll hear vocals in Progressive House which captivate me. But through a mix of strikingly evocative lyrics and bitingly convictive vocals, Pleasure was a track which didn’t fail to let the melancholy it was born from resonate.
While the constant evolutions in the soundscape play a heavy hand in ensuring that you’re as arrested by the prelude as you are in the outro, ultimately, Pleasure finds its distinction in its ability to spill emotion from caustic and futuristic tones. Even though Pleasure is seamlessly melodic, there’s still a stormy sense of chaos within the soundscape which stays with you long after it has faded out.
You can stream and download Arswain’s latest single by heading over to Bandcamp now.
Electronica artist Mr Swince is set to make their debut with their ambiently euphoric Tech House album “Beats on the Brain”.
Sitting on the slightly more sedate side of Tech House, the tracks found on the album offer a distinctively intricate transient tone. You’ll need very little convincing when it comes to becoming arrested by deftly contorted rhythms Mr Swince offers in their naturally flowing soundscapes which constantly make unpredictable evolutions.
Their upcoming album stands as a testament to the versatility of their talent. The album also makes it highly perceptible that their music was never created to fit in neat boxes. Instead, if the listener is so inclined, they can attach their own labels whilst being enveloped by the blissful minimalistic beats.
You’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out the debut album from Mr Swince but hit follow on SoundCloud and await the electronically constructed feats of mesmerism.
You can practically feel the danceable euphoria drip from the latest mix “Bob Yo Head” by Tech House up and coming producer Jessy Poncho.
Even though the indulgently solid rhythms are danceable, they also possess a slightly darker tone than your average House mix. The ominously magnetic feel to Bob Yo Head should go down incredibly well with any fans of Billie Eilish. It’s filthy, it’s progressive, and it stands as a testament to Jessy Poncho’s ability to arrange experimental beats in a way which speaks to your own rhythmic pulses.
They found the perfect tempo to Bob Yo Head. The momentum is constant and perpetually in flux, but it also incorporates a subtle ambient vibe which makes the beat impossibly easy to hook into.
You can check out Jessy Poncho’s track Bob Yo Head for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Mister Drax has recently released their latest infectiously euphoric electronic hit “We Don’t Need to Stop”. Those who like to squeeze the aural ecstasy out of Electronica will have plenty of fun with this bass-driven progressive dance anthem.
The high-vibe vocals work in complete synergy with the deftly crafted beats, and yes, there’s plenty of drops to remind you that your rhythmic pulses are well and truly at the command of Mister Drax.
The Netherlands-based electronic music producer evidently knows a thing or two about cooking up an aural storm with their tracks. If dancefloor DJs have any taste, they’ll definitely want to include this electrifying floor-filler in their playlists.
You can check out the official video to Mister Drax’s latest track We Don’t Need to Stop for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
“Son of Heaven” is the first mix dropped by up and coming Sydney-based Future Funk EDM artist Chevron. For this high-octane hit of Funk-laden House, they teamed up with Lucky Talisman who lent her deftly anthemic vocal cords making sure a potent amount of euphoria spilt from this harshly indulgent offering of EDM.
They may be fresh from their inception, but Chevron has demonstrated their ability to create a danceable hit which will leave you hooked right from the prelude with Son of Heaven.
You can check out Chevron’s mix Son of Heaven for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Make sure to follow Chevron via Instagram or Twitter to stay up to date with their latest releases. With a second single and an album to follow Son of Heaven, Chevron is definitely worth putting on your radar.
Taking inspiration from acclaimed Electronica artists such as Madison, Flume & Neon Hitch, up and coming Indie Electronica artist and producer Wlav has constructed their own darkly futuristic feat of downtempo House with “Shatter” ft. Hardy Harajuku.
The Carolina-based artist uses their home studio to create soundscapes with a postmodern feel. Instead of hooking you into a melody, with Shatter, you’re left to follow the dark, gritty progressions which throw plenty of cold and ominous tones your way.
Even though ominously orchestrated experimental Indie electronica is never going to be everyone’s cup of tea, Wlav still hasn’t failed to attract plenty of hype around their darkened highly conceptual tones.
You can check out Shatter along with Wlav’s earlier releases for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Up and coming artist G-Candy has recently dropped their latest instrumental EDM mix “Welcome” if you’re looking for sharp hooks and soul-shattering basslines, look no further.
Even though the instrumental mix contains some unholily filthy bass-drenched drops, there’s also plenty of smooth and transient breaks in between which make the drops even more caustically captivating. Each new progression in Welcome serves to bring you closer into the blistering, reverberating rhythm. It wouldn’t be a stretch to call Welcome an ingenious hit. There’s no denying that Welcome is an incredibly danceable mix when the rhythm is in full flow. It’s going to pretty exciting to see where G-Candy takes their deep bass-driven House sound next.
You can check out G-Candy’s second single Welcome for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.