Produced by our newest edition to the roster, producer Jay Weathers, we're super proud of the latest string to his bow Not3s "My Lover". Listen below
To say Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio's debut collab "Stay" is both dirty and heavy wouldn't do the track justice -- it's downright filthy and absolutely massive. You can't really prepare yourself for the drop, because it's not even a drop -- it's a fall. It comes in like a machine gun, sure to rattle unsuspecting dance floors into visual cacophonies of swinging limbs. Read more... http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7997394/delta-heavy-dirty-audio-stay-song-stream
The kid from Corsica strikes back... JNTHN STEIN serves up a stellar remix of Pat Lok's silky record "Oh No Oh No" and its ready to be shared and enjoyed. Listen back to the BBC Radio 1 premiere via Pete Tong here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/293e0a42-2363-4a37-bfa4-be9dcdf8e5fc
Out now via Kitsune.
We love when we get surprised by unexpected collaborations. That’s exactly what we have for you today. We have the pleasure of premiering “Spliff Temple,” a new Exmag x JNTHN STEIN track featuring one of our favourite rappers, Mick Jenkins.
"Breathe in. Let the clouds in the sky fill your lungs and the rush of blood to your head sweep you off your feet and make you float effortlessly where you need to go. You're unstoppable when you feel good, all you need to do is follow the feeling wherever it takes you. When me Exmag and Mick made this song, that's all we had to do. Let the good vibes permeate. Let the good vibes permeate. Breathe out." -JNTHN STEIN
It’s even better when these unexpected collaborations turn out to be a perfect compliment of different sounds, and “Spliff Temple” does just that. The luscious track is true to its name as it’s a perfect song to kick back and enjoy a spliff to. The funky track combines spacey synthesizers with lush textures layered with distorted guitar work while Mick proves to be the perfect fit with his laid-back verse. Enjoy!
There's a particular hour when night and day merge, when morning becomes clear but twilight still lingers. It's a time that infatuates clubbers, that moment when the initial rush wears off and the graceful incline gradually reveals itself. Production duo Shelter Point regularly work until the wee small hours, and new track 'Slow Air' reflects this.
Conjured at the witching hour, it's a dubbed out feast of analogue electronic trickery, a lurching, ever-evolving beast of a track. Liam Arnold explains: "'Slow Air' was recorded at 4am, we plugged line out synths into valve amps and subsequently destroyed them, but we got it on tape so it sounds cool."
As the great philosopher DJ Khaled once said, "stay away from they." They want to tear you down. They don't want to see you winning, so you're going to win more, and you're going to make sure they see it.
Indie jam duo Sofi Tukker put this thoughts into danceable action on its recent song "Fuck They," and it just got even more danceable thanks to a remix by Italian electro icon Benny Benassiand his buddy MazZz. It pumps up the energy on the original without losing any of the color that makes "Fuck They" such a groovable tune in the first place. This is a remix that'll have they drooling all over your moves, somewhere stuck between awe and jelousy, which is exactly where they belong.
Welcome to the latest edition of Six Questions With..., a weekly short and sharp interview with a live music figure. Email email@example.com if you would like to take part or recommend someone for inclusion.
This week's Q&A is with Nottingham's Shelter Point, whose latest single Fuse is out now on Armada. The duo recently played a live session for Red Bull and completed a short UK tour.