Rawandiz, Iraqi Kurdistan. May 2015 via TRAVELSTACHE Remixes galore are typically released just before Memorial Day weekend and I’m sure are hitting my inbox as I type this. Below are my favorite remixes that I’ll be blasting all weekend. Brenmar, Diplo, Grandtheft, Tiesto and MOTi are all names that equate to a raucous party and […]
I can certainly get down with a new original track from German producer Justin Faust. The rising act first caught my ear with a reworking of JT’s “Like I Love You” last year and had another hit with his version of Glen Check’s “Pacific”. The title track from Faust’s Spellbound album has just as much […]
Newcomer Saint Pepsi has amassed quite a following due to funky dance pop productions over the past year. So much that he earned a place on Painted Palms recent tour and fans have been pining for more music ever since. New single “Finoa Coyne” is a sunny pop jam, filled with horns plus synth and […]
NYC duo The Knocks have proven to wear many hats: remixers, producers, artists, record label owners. B-Roc and JPat are even diversified when they are artists themselves, often sliding between pop, house, disco and electro with ease. New single “Move Me” is more proof as a spiraling fusion of electro and disco ready for your […]
Considering two of the only indie acts in recent years that I approve of using Autotune, a song with both Polica and Justin Vernon is right up my alley. “Tiff” marks the surprise return of Minneapolis electro/R&B act Polica already at work on a new album after their compelling 2012 debut, Give You The Ghost. […]
Aussie dance/electro pop outfit Strange Talk return out of nowhere with another discoteque ready jam in “Sexual Lifestyle”. The track is pretty self explanatory, but I was pretty enamored with the band’s debut EP, so I can’t wait to hear what is next. Sexual Lifestyle by Strange Talk
New ’80s-inspired synth and fun with horns from Heavy Roc artist St. Lucia. This could easily be queued up before your favorite Cut Copy track in your next playlist. We Got It Wrong by St. Lucia Look for St. Lucia’s debut EP on November 14th.