After the great release alongside Kraver, Dutch producer NSFW returns with another track on This Is Recordings; ‘Hold Me Close’ is a 80s disco track with old school synths and a smooth vocals. It’s shared for free from his SoundCloud page, grab a copy from the link below:
After his latest ‘Dazed’ EP on Needwant, Ejeca delivers his next EP through his Londoner fellows from W&O Street Tracks. Featuring the usual old school/uk/garage sonority, this is another great release from one of the most prolific producers in this year. As expected, the EP also brings a Waze & Odyssey ‘Riddim’ remix (take a look at the original version, our favorite from this release). Already out, don’t miss it!
In this new Kitsuné release, two of their main strikers join forces with Saint Saviour. The homonymous track is a french house tune, with catchy vocals and electro synth lines. ‘Future is now’ explores an acid atmosphere but still follows the french touch direction. The EP brings a dub remix from Moonlight Matters, a disco driven and even faster version and Mighty Mouse drops a classy piano house version (not featured on SoundCloud, check it out on Beatport here)
Ok, we really missed this one coming. John Talabot & Pional bring a catalan-balearic touch to synthpop/chillwave hit ‘I Belong in Your Arms’ from Chairlift. Anyway, apart from our laziness in posting this one, that’s a great soundtrack for your end of the night (also check out The Field’s infinite loops remix on ‘Met Before’ in the same release from Young Turks)
Finnish duo Jay Lamar & Jesse Oliver dropped this ‘french touch’ version of Viceroy’s ‘Chase Us Around’. The new remix goes faster and explores new synth lines, putting the tropical pianos and xylos aside. Great remix, shared for free on the link below:
Goldroom recently delivered this tropical and piano driven remix of Atlas Genius’s ‘Back Seat’. Definitely a good contester for song of the summer in south hemisphere. It’s shared for free, grab a copy from the link below:
Brooklyn-based and disco diffuser label Razon’n Tape dropped their first digital-only release. The EP features two great tracks from one of our favorite Chicago acts, the duo Only Children, ‘Falling’, the first one is an edit on 1983 Surface’s ’Falling in Love’. ‘Whatever Makes U’ is probably the big hit here with contagious piano lines and a more contemporary approach.