Bringing the sounds of the summer to the holiday season, Vienna-based duo PALASTIC brings electro-pop to life with their latest unveiling, “Goldmine.” Amassing a stunning 16 million streams across their discography since their 2016 debut, PALASTIC is quickly becoming a preferred ensemble in the pop atmosphere. “Goldmine” kicks off with a syrupy, salsa-esque melody. A cool breezy air rises as the production ascends into a bouncy, optimistic plane of digitalism. Subtly chopped and tropical to boot, PALASTIC is sunshine and saltwater with “Goldmine.” Tune in with us.
“We love this track! Written in the first sunny days of spring surrounded by good vibes, the mood easily translated into this upbeat, contagious song” -PALASTIC
Cheeky and vibrant, Nashville’s most inspired post-genre sensation Spazz Cardigan strikes gold with his latest offering, “DOIDOIT.” Raised by Queen and MJ, and inspired by Kanye and Bjork, his unique influences shine with radiance in “DOIDOIT.” Characterized by a DNA of romantic theatrics, subtle vigor, and undeniable glamour, this outline of sounds is a charming venture of resonance. Each vibrant transition is complimented by Spazz’s robust, alluring lyricism. Not to be defined by any one genre, Spazz Cardigan is manifesting his own reality, one where he will never be put inside of a box. Bubbly on the surface, yet profound in its entirety, “DOIDOIT” solidifies Spazz Cardigan as an artist to watch through the holiday season and into the new year- watch this space.
“‘DOIDOIT’ is about the one question that I think unites everyone: 'why am I the way I am?' It's a reflection on my life over the last few years as I've moved from sleeping on couches to making a living with music and a dissection of the decisions I've made in the meantime. I've got a nasty tendency of basing my self worth on how busy I stay and how productive I am, and while that's fueled me in getting music off the ground it's also led to me tearing myself apart when I feel like I'm not living up to the expectations I set for myself. I got to a place about a month ago where it hit me how unsustainable that is over a lifetime, and ‘DOIDOIT’ was written in about 5 minutes as I questioned why my brain was wired that way. This is the quickest I've ever been able to write and release a song.”
Electronic soundscapes, textural guitar riffs, and lush synths are the pillars of Price Park’s latest single, “Fire” featuring Joe Kosky. This vibrant framework of sounds boasts a palpable resonance, both sweet and striking. Little moments of bliss collide in “Fire,” awakening a myriad of emotions via smooth transitions and complex arrangements. Drawing inspiration from a labyrinth of electronic sub-genres, Price Park channels a slew of influence with a notable sense of cohesiveness. Gorgeous and gritty, this Melbourne-based visionary is as encompassing as they come. Join us as we lose ourselves in this rare, seamless beauty defined only by Price Park and Joe Kosky.
In a stunning, synergistic collaboration UK producer CUB teams up with Clara Hurtado from The Voice UK to unveil “Don’t Wanna Know.” Inspired by the likes of Mark Ronson and Zedd, CUB is in the pioneering stages of his syrupy, electro-pop career. The producer is a student of both music and life, continuously expanding his artistic influence to push the envelope of contemporary indie-pop. “Don’t Wanna Know” boasts a feminine energy yet balances sharp, industrial production that pierces the effervescent nature of Hurtado’s lyricism. This chromatic design of sounds and musical movement shines at the apex of indie-electronic. Like a yin and yang, CUB and Clara Hurtado are a complimentary duo, illuminating one another’s vocal and physical dexterity with ease. Tune in.
I don’t even want to think about how many new tracks dropped today …. the list seems to be endless and I will have the task of picking through the noise to find the gems! Lucky I came across this new jam from Chicago native producer Madnap and up-and-coming producer Jaron - they got together to produce “Your World” which I am loving so I swooped it up for our next premiere! This track has all that lovely big energy with glitchy melodies and mad trap arm throwing beats … I see this being huge in the club. We’ve been supporting Madnap for a minute now, and seems like he’s making all the right moves. You guys can grab a free download HERE!
LA pop songstress Haneri returns with “Real Love,” a cheeky, porcelain pop gem. Former runner up on Singapore Idol, Haneri is breaking down the walls around her, redefining her legacy as an individual creator. Haneri blends Asian pop with American electronic as a flickering, animated beat is soothed by her charming vocals. Expelling a playful energy, this optimistic joint is an ode her 11-month-old pup, Snowball. The carefree nature of this track shines with each transition, breathing life into Haneri’s humor, affection, and prophecy as a star.
A slackened sensuality oscillates DELIA DANE in her latest single, “Kinda Nice.” Formerly known as DVWEZ, the Florida-born, NYC-hustling songstress is unapologetically herself, balancing easy, indie-electro reverb with a succinct R&B cadence. Her velvet vocals breathe life into an experimental, down-tempo hip-hop beat. Balancing the fine line between ethereal and profoundly grounded, “Kinda Nice” is laced together with a strong feminine presence- both seductive and empowering. At the heels of her well-received 2017 Paradise EP DELIA DANE shows no signs of slowing down. Dripping in a self-defined swagger, this rhythmic siren is one to watch.
Psychedelic and dazzling, LA-based “chef of sounds” Allen French returns with a remix of Eric Sharp’s “Take This Time.” Inspired by the sounds of culture, Allen French is making consistent gains in his early yet pioneering career. Synonymous with elegance, this radiant remix is saturated with allure. Stitched together with an organic sound, the polished tune is an ensemble of interconnecting sounds and rhythms. Walking a fine line between risky and fantastic, Allen French dives head first into the fantastic, setting the spaces betwixt each on fire. A myriad of simple yet resounding sounds collide to create an ideal remix of “Take This Time.” Check out this psych-house masterpiece along with the full “Eric Sharp & Friends” EP.
Orchestrating deep house rhythms and oceanic grooves, charismatic electronic producer/DJ Eric Sharp returns with “Too Much,” giving French Horn Rebellion’s original track a delectable club-esque treatment. A defining facet of the collaborative EP, “Eric Sharp and Friends,” this “Too Much” remix is robust and charming. Staggering build ups drop into a lyrically syrupy, slow, and sexy chorus breathing a new life into disco. The four on the floor cadence is both sensual and intoxicating, inducing lingering shuffle like symptoms. Defined by alluring lyricism, oscillating piano frequencies, and a near-glamourous resonance, this outline of party vibes is nothing short of remarkable. Put your dancing shoes on and get weird with Eric Sharp.