Timeless disco and modern dance unite for this funk-kissed ode to romantic attraction. ELLA delivers a floor-filler with more than a few creative twists of appeal, for LUKA.
Nostalgic by nature but also impressively original in everything from tone to production, genre fusion to poetic depth, HURRICANE recaptures the appeal of immersive electronic music, with a thoughtful lyrical backbone, uniquely playful instrumental choices, and divinely gentle yet impassioned vocals.
Freely bridging the gaps between hip hop and dance, between comedy and artistic identity, Mr. Riopelle crafts a floor-filler with lashings of personality, for the sexually provocative and undeniably catchy new single Top Era.
Summer strikes early this year, as Myles Thomas brings the tribal groove, classic good-vibes piano and rising EDM intensity, for Dance Like You Don’t Care.
Building up from colourful beginnings through soul-pop and electro verses to the ultimate looping of that central phrase, Nice Things gathers momentum like a classic summer anthem, blurring the lines between electro-pop and EDM with grace and intention.
Fragments of voice and melody light up the outer edges of this relentless and euphoric rhythm, distortion playing its part for that wholly enveloping power of sound, and structure too weighing in for a crucial dynamic; which helps shine light on the unique nuances of Robot Sunrise all the more so.
Perfectly timed to coincide with the new rise of nostalgic, soulful EDM anthems, the creative force that is Ibericanism launches the beautifully intoxicating, euphoric and catchy Dream Of You 2024.
Means of Control is superb, a brilliant listen, enjoyable at first and later thought provoking, with some new quality or idea pouring through with greater poignancy on each revisit. Nobody else quite brings together genres in such a likable way, and especially not with so much concept and consciousness intertwined.
“I’d choose Leonardo Da Vinci. I’ve always loved Renaissance history and Virgin of the Rocks is one of my favorite paintings. I’ve studied his life in great detail. In fact, a few years ago I attempted to learn how to read sheet music from that time period so that I could sample the requiem that was hidden in ‘The Last Supper’.”
Admittedly nostalgic for its superb blending of trip hop-style production and that indie vocal twist of character, Time Again follows a single concept and a single lyrical question for the most part, across an expanding tapestry of immersive electronic design.
New music production label xyzgermany have built a unique name for themselves by traveling to various European cities and producing original tracks designed to represent the vibe of each location.
Representing the channel islands’ creative hub that is Guernsey, Methodical Madness bring the volume, energy, and euphoric dance peaks with their swiftly expanding repertoire and distinctly recognizable style.