Using their platforms for power, addressing highly sensitive social issues with a sense of fearlessness, Pusher and Anjulie unveil "All We Can Do." Tackling U.S gun violence with an electro-pop resonance, the producer/vocalist synergy is strong here. Defined by an optimistic energy, its mantra yields an important message. Anjulie's classically soulful vocals radiate in-sync with Pusher's signature, effervescent production. Making revolutions sound like champagne, "All We Can Do" is a bold statement for the EDM community, proving that dance music is a force with a paramount impact.
With beautiful, sweltering weather FINALLY reaching us, there's no better way to make the most of it than by pairing it with music that makes us feel good. Thankfully we were sent this new piece of gold from Counter Records-signed artist Daktyl. "Oscillate" features the sweet, modulated vocals of singer/songwriter Janelle Kroll that fall right into place with Daktyl's easy-going production. Pulling from several genres for this one- future, funk and indie, the combination of elements from the 3 results in what I'd like to call a superb recipe for greatness. Just take a listen and you'll know exactly what I mean.
Australian label Mammal Sounds Records is on an upward trajectory of noteworthy success. Despite only having a few releases under their belt, each track is an epic unveiling of brilliant sounds and musical ideas. Their freshest release is a curtain call for the Australian jack of all trades, Abraham Tilbury. “Ocean” boasts a feature from Melbourne rapper Diemne- a fantastic collaboration that gives rise to a new age of hip-hop. While electronic music and hip-hop are often seen as polar genres, their diverging cadences are inherently dependent on each other. Like and yin and yang, Abraham Tilbury and Diemne combine Lo-Fi, electronic production with sultry verses and shadowy vocals. Smokey and riddled with an acute swagger, “Ocean” is a testament to the future of hip-hop. Slacken your senses and get deep with this easy joint- you’d be a lot cooler if you did. Listen on your favorite streaming platform here.
“Diemne, Jacob & myself had written a few songs together in the past, and this session ended up being one of those moments where our different talents just seemed to work together perfectly well, in this kind of seamless integration.” -Abraham Tilbury
Anyone in the mood for vibes? It's Monday morning and I know y'all did not want to get out of bed, but adulting is necessary and not fun so we do what we must ... and that's why we need vibes! This young up-and-comer Alex Lustig has all the vibes with this latest track "If You Wanna ft. Ayelle" which we are loving. He's been on our radar lately with his sleek grooves and R&B feels, and this track is extra sexy with them vocals from Ayelle. Alex Lustig just might be the next big thing ... get into this one kids!
Disclosure: Alex Lustig is promoted by Beautiful Buzzz legend Hunter Thompson.
New York’s next dance music prodigy, warner case just delivered his delicious new single, “comoverto...” The sexy joint is a proper fusion of deep house and indie-centric vocals, giving rise to a palpable energy that is all his own. An echoing resonance casts shadows to create a maze of geometric soundscapes. Moments of soul peek through blinds of a dance floor-ready ebb and flow. A symphony of simplistic sounds collide in “comoverto…” resulting in an effortless masterpiece. Dust off your finest shuffling sneaks, hit the dance floor, and get down with warner case. Be sure to check out the sultry music video released in conjunction with the single.
VALENTINE is a producer who knows what he’s doing and isn’t afraid to take risks with his sound. We’ve covered the virtuosic young sound designer before here at BB and are always eager to hear what he comes up with next. So when we heard he was releasing his debut album via Majestic Casual Records, to say we were excited would be an understatement.
The album, a concept album chronicling VALENTINE’s journey through love with his fiancée, is being released episodically and “Embrace” is the third episode. It also marks his debut as a vocalist. The track is a unique amalgam of different influences, incorporating elements of jazz from pianist Rob Araujo and smooth hip hop verses from rapper Patches. The resulting fusion is a style I’ve never quite heard before, it pairs VALENTINE's maximalist sound design with a musically sophisticated palette reminiscent of artists like Anderson Paak, Kaytranada and Smino.
Waxing poetic about the single, VALENTINE speaks about the track as if addressing his lover:
“Sometimes, I just think about all the times we rode the train to see each other; all the times I sprinted from those doors to your arms and held you for the first time in weeks.
The pattern repeats as I come home from traveling and rush into the apartment to hold you again.
Sometimes, I get caught up in my insecurities; I know we both do. Truthfully, it was never our purpose to be perfect.
Sometimes, I wonder: “What is my purpose?”
The pattern repeats as I realize all I can do is embrace our individuality, the memories we share, and all the experiences that we have yet to discover.”
A beautiful parallel between two rising artists comes Aire Atlantica’s remix of FINNEAS’ “Landmine.” Built upon golden pillars, Aire’s treatment is an echoing chamber of tangible art. AM radio-esque vocals cascade atop spacious, ethereal undertones. As rustic tones expel themselves from the bottom layer of the piece, this rendition of “Landmine” is an easy listen with an acute attention to the technical side of production. This slackened joint is perfect for a day-off, or on. Join us on this graceful journey through a myriad of sounds and feelings.
Stunning, striking, robust, and riddled with soul, Beautiful Buzzz favorite Emmit Fenn returns with “Where Have I Gone” featuring the resilient vocals of femme powerhouse, CHARLOTTE. Combining the sounds of nu-soul with a buttery, house-esque production, “Where Have I Gone” is one of Emmit’s finest tracks to date. A tasty experience through dreamy soundscapes, the single is down right stirring, sexy. Channeling the sounds of the moon, the duet shares a deep and illuminating sense of synchronicity, shining light on a new wave of music. Delicately balanced with a signature, even palpable cadence, “Where Have I Gone” will be beaming through my speakers all week. Tune in with me.
21 year old Finnish producer Alisky is making a name for himself from Nordic lands all the way to the United States. Known for pulsating grooves and carefully layered production, the youthful powerhouse is a bombshell of eclectic resonance. His latest joint, “Traces” featuring Denver-based songstress IOLITE, is embellished with the cadences of deep house, later flourishing into a tapestry of nu-wave electro-pop. Flickering moments of heavy hitting dance music production oscillate the fantastic vocal production of the ever-so-brilliant IOLITE. Invigorating, intoxicating, and dance-floor ready “Traces” is one worth blasting- volume up.