Yours Forever Yours is a power-packed soothing song that’s rooted in a mixed musical genre of house trance with a slight touch of pop and electronica. One of the most spectacular thing you’ll notice about this song is its scintillating beats which somewhat borrowed a cue from the French dance music legends, Daft Punk.
Craig Francis took his first leap into creating and composing music, and the result is what we have here “Yours…Forever Yours”. The track ebbs and flows with a pop-music twang that early Daft Punk lacks, with the song also dropping into a darker and a more bass heavy groove that has clear influences from Enrique Iglesias, Linkin Park and Justin Timberlake. The artist has also had comparisons drawn with Justice, Gorillaz and Daft Punk. This of course showed that some of the aforementioned artist has a little bit of influence in his music creativity.
This is a very cool jam that’s poignant in every sense. Emotional sincerity shines through this track. His assurance of his musical prowess is evident in the limited number of melodically-conacious artist that’s featured on the song.
Proving that it is never to late to make a name in music, Lompy T, aka Russell Crawley has returned to the creative affray and his latest release is a glitchy, chilled and imaginative slice of dance floor groove. At 17 a career in music and particularly music production seemed out of reach but the advance of technology and affordability of studio software has meant that now with a few more years and a little bit more money, he has been able to meet and embrace his career half way. The Walls of My heart is a testament to the fact that you should never give up on your dreams and that you can always find a way.
Blending ambient electronica and angelic vocals, the song embraces some skittering beats, glitchy and hypnotic production and some serious beats, wandering between the conventional and the trippy as it wanders to its conclusion, it plays with inventive dynamics and chilled after party vibes. But more than anything it is a statement that whatever the circumstances, whatever is standing in your way, there is always a solution and the accessibility of the modern digital age means that we now have a whole wave of musicians, producers, singers and creatives who in an early age would have been denied the chance to contribute to the musical collective.
Looking for some new House Music to add to your tired playlists in 2018?
We’ve got the perfect track to lure you into the Summer, curtesy of Deltiimo.
Their brand-new track which they dropped on Dec 12, 2017 ‘Look To The Stars’ has already gone down as a viral hit across YouTube. Hard Dance fans can’t soak up the up the beat sound fast enough. The track has everything you would possibly need from a Hard Dance anthem. The composition of the electronica is barrier-breakingly flawless which creates a transcendent mix of euphoria when you throw in the remarkable Pop styled vocals that will have you pumped by the time you reach the second chorus. The sound overall is thriving and sensationally intense, the Ibiza beat is one for the house party playlists. At no point in the duration does the track stumble into repetition or monotony under the simple structure which it has been produced by.
I can’t get enough of the vibrantly enchanting mix, you can check out the official lyric video to Look to The Stars via YouTube using the link below:
Vision Four 5 dropped their new dance floor track on the 27th of October 2017. It’s got us a little bit excited. Sure, the internet is swarming with artists that promise to be the next greatest thing and follow in the footsteps of the likes of Daft Punk, Eric Prydz & Darude, but Vision Four 5 is a delight that I can honestly say I’ve never heard the likes of before. They’re a delectable mix of Techno, House & Electronica, their recipe for musical creativity have created music that’s cross generational that everyone can enjoy.
They’re a live dance music act from Brisbane, Australia who have become the masters when it comes to interactive video technology to provide a totally immersive experience in their shows. The band have been around since 1990, and it’s honestly a crime that they’re still a relatively unheard of collective of musicians. Whilst they’ve achieved notoriety in Australia with a multitude of radio hits; their splendour is relatively un-sampled across the pond.
If you’re looking for transgressive beats & stunning imagery look no further than their latest single. It encapsulates all of the dancefloor euphoria that they’ve invoked whilst they’ve been on tour with their music. They consider touring an essential part of the writing process in their refreshingly innovative way of making their adrenaline fuelled music.
Their choice to include the Sydney based singer, songwriter & DJ Kate Tomlinson in their latest hit allowed their music to delve into a new era of music. Kate has a delectably resonant power in her vocals with the ability to melodically resonate over the layered harmonics.
Check out the official video for Take Me with You on YouTube!
Before gothic music took a strange turn into the dystopian, cyber-punk sub-genre of metal that it became, it was something very different. As the punk barriers where kicked down, what came charging through was not a horde of year zero guitar slingers but clubland kids in strange make-up, clutching broken keyboards which they rewired to their creative will. And so in the bright dawn of the post-punk era this strange new breed made strange new music built of keys and drum machines and driven by dance beats rather than big guitars.
In many ways Broken X’s Never Abiding feels like one possible pathway from that scene which was never fully explored. That generic gene splicing of dark thoughts and vibrant beats, futuristic visions and primal urges, the myriad possibilities of a gleaming future mixed with the creeping doom of the past that juxtaposition of technology and drive and its dark musical underbelly. Broken X capture all this elegantly and on the strength of this mercurial and exploratory track, checking out their latest ep, Zombies of The Night is, as they say, a no brainer.
Ellipsis is an eclectic musical project with a truly unique approach to its sound and creative vision. One of the most remarkable qualities of the act’s tone is certainly their ability to explore a wide range of ideas and genres, embedding elements and influences from different styles into their own sound: from electronic dance music to rock and everything in between.
Ellipsis is currently making waves in the music scene with a brand new release, One More Night. The song stems from an older idea, but it comes across as a fresh and diverse composition that highlights the artist’s songwriting dexterity.
Ellipsis surely has a special way to go about layering all the elements in a mix. The artist managed to create a powerful and diverse arrangement that feels modern, yet classic at the same time!
If ever there was an argument for doing away with dance music labels, Peter Czak is probably it. It splices strong beats with chilled musical passages, a dance ethic with after party vibes and balances contemporary club culture with future possibilities.
Before The Rise is a straightforward and unfussy song; it does what it sets out to do with a minimum of fuss, that is, build a clean-limbed and eminently danceable track, one that meanders within pathways of its own choosing. But even with the simplest of lines, most easily recognisable of beats and very few extraneous details or musical embellishments it still manages to find somewhere new to take dance music. House, chilled techno, downtempo, Nu-Disco, ambient, trance? Don’t worry about it…just dance!
SiDizen King is a new artist based out of LA that flows primarily over electronic and indie rock production. For just over a year he has taken a more serious approach to the music industry. In that time span he has received just under 400,000 plays in that time span. His songs have been posted on a number of Hype Machine-indexed blogs and have made the top ten on their “Most Popular on Twitter” chart twice.
The track has a summery, chill/tropical feel. Sidizen King says “I wrote it when I decided to move to LA to pursue music seriously; it’s about keeping hope in the face of adversity and not losing faith in your dreams.”