Bass playing super-babe Blu DeTiger is thriving at the heels of her debut single, “In My Head.” Championing disco-funk vibes, the live-electronic DJ/producer is well on her way to becoming a household name in the sub-genre. Currently on tour with The Knocks as an opener and member of the live band, Blu has claimed 2019 as her own. After the well-received release of her first original single, the spunky siren is passing the track along to a slew of talented producers to give it their unique treatment. A self-proclaimed purveyor of feel good house music, Atlanta’s own Treasure Fingers expanded the single into a more spacious outline by zooming in and emphasizing key moments from the original cut. Vibrant and groovy to boot, this remix pairs well with a Friday night- party on.
Lighting up New Zealand with disco funk and deep house, electronic producer La Felix delivers his first release of the year, “Drama” featuring female vocalist KOLE. Outlined with optimism, this bouncy single is easy to embrace with its palpable energy. Textured with funk and future bass, “Drama” is a plentiful single, carefully layered with vibrantly colored sounds. La Felix and KOLE boast a fantastic sense of synchronicity breathing life into each others artistic strengths, making “Drama” an easy listen from its inception. Let your hair down and glow with La Felix. Listen to “Drama” on your preferred streaming platform here.
A cosmic collision of dance music’s most prolific subgenres, electronic producer warner case teamed up with hip-hop MC Zak Downtown to unveil their groovy, collaborative single, “good time.” Hustling the streets of a concrete jungle, the NYC-based duo shares a rare sense of synchronicity, prompting a playful, cohesive framework. “good time” is a honeycomb of laudable, diverging resonance, boasting an intangible gravity that physically moves the body. The full bodied, disco-house joint flaunts aromas of hip-hop courtesy of Zak Downtown’s flirtatious flow. Swathed in a neon reverberation, “good time” is a staple for party goers, and go seers. Get down with the get down, and stay tuned for more from both warner case, and Zak Downtown
So since I’m the writer who hardly ever actually writes, today I felt like I should stop being a lazy POS and share some tunes! My first for today comes in the from of a remix of Australian dance party dons Human Movement with the groovy soulful voicings of Eliot Porter. The remixer is Loosid, who I first found through his remix of San Holo’s incredible smash hit “Light”, and in my opinion it’s one of the best remixes of the track, if not the best.
“Right Thang” is a bouncey house tune with mad nu-disco vibes. The Human Movement lads killed it on this one which is hella infectious and the kind of track that gets even those friends who don’t really dance to get a little wild on the dancefloor. Loosid introduces hints of bass vibes with some fat chords, deep percussion and a gorgeous soaring lead synth line to spice it up and give it some of that future pop edge. But what makes it one notch better the rest of the 29352701 future bass remixes of house tracks on Soundcloud is those super 80’s drum hits which bring in a little taste of nostalgia and elevate this one to “must listen” status.
Our boy Figgy has some exciting news to share along with a new original track! Amazing! We love this New York producer bunches and bunches, and today he is letting us know that he's put together a LIVE set that I am sure is going to be FIRE - and he will be debuting that new live set at our next Beautiful Buzzz show in San Francisco with Goldroom! BOOM! Today we announce our full line-up for April 8 at Mezzanine, and with Goldroom (Live) + Figgy (Live) + Matt Dimona - this night is going to be something special -- fam game strong! There are a very limited amount of advance tickets available - this will sell out so get them quick! Also, grab a free download HERE of "Moments With You" for a delightful disco treat that will most definitely put a pep in your step on this beautiful Monday afternoon!
Nothing like waking up early and getting your 80s synth groove on! My lovely friend Final DJs does this luscious sound better than most with his nu-disco vibes, and his version of "Think Of Me" by Ben Macklin is saucy! This German producer tends to fly below the radar which I think is absurd - he's obviously got the chops to play with the big boys, and his tracks light up any dance floor. Quality here kids ... just try not to feel this one!! Pick it up from iTunes HERE!
Summer vibes and daytime disco dreams are afoot today - so if you're lounging by the pool with your mum on this Mothers Day Sunday, or maybe brunching with champagne, or backyard BBQs - this track will complete your day! French disco house producer Yukesk chose "A Bouche Que Veux-tu" by Brigitte for his latest remix, and of course we love it!! Yuksek can do no wrong in our eyes - and this track is super sexy smooth....summer is finally here!!