Let´s start today’s Friday with some energizing grooves! Metro is the lead single out of Knife Girl‘s same-titled debut EP Metro, and with its candy-coated swirl electropop genre mixing, is like immersing yourself in a never-withering late-night vibe.
What a perfect summer track! We are super in love with the latest release by Reunion Island born and raised producer and multi-instrumentalist NASAYA and Portugese vocalist and instrumentalist MARO. TEMPO feels like a fresh breeze of seaside air on our skin and like dancing full of laughter with our friends.
The London based artist Geo Jordan is dropping his second single from his upcoming EP Technicolour. The track ‘Let Go’ which he self-produced and co-wrote with fellow London-based artist Laura Roy is about that initial spark when you get meeting someone. We all know this special feeling that can hardly be described with words, but music and this track certainly can convey this.
We are addicted to good music. And what better is there than starting the day with the right soundtrack? WEIRDO‘s new track CAN’T WITHOUT YOU is an emotional rollercoaster which evokes a rush of relatable feelings.
I wonder how my life would be, if there was more empty space in it, more silence between us. I want back to this state of standing the empty space, the not needing to know all, not wanting to share all. And where all that we share is that very moment we have with each other.
Today we are pleased to premiere the debut release ‘elevate in the village’ by mynameisleonidas. The artist does not (yet) give any insight into his life and himself. Neither where he comes from nor anything else. For now a big secret remains around mynamisleonidas, and the only revelation is the music he shares with the world.
In Diamond White’s Los Angeles apartment, Keitaro Cloward and her give a small peek into the thoughts that grew into the song and visual “Secondhand” and how they brought it from an idea to an end creation.
Every day the cards are being reshuffled. Every day you can find new opportunities. And old seeds you planted can suddenly begin to sprout. So be bold, go your way, and always believe in miracles and dreams that come true.
“The most important thing for me is to live my greatest dreams out. My life is very different from how it started so it’s real important for me to find love, peace, and freedom.” We had a chat with the talented artist about his decision to become a musician, the challenge of releasing an album during the current difficult times and why it is so important to him to live his greatest dreams out.
Sometimes we just love those cozy days listening to emotive music, dwelling in memories or daydreams. Sophie Blair’s new single ‘Close Quarters’ accompanies our daydreams today. It’s a rich, emotional song, infused with viola and Sophie’s incredible voice.
Without a doubt we can say that music has been our lifesaver during those times and as spring is arriving all over the place we can feel the awakening rhythm of nature catch on with us. Talking about rhythm: We surely can’t sit still when listening to Swedish dance-pop producer Discrete latest single “Drown in Me.”
Isn’t it great, how small beginnings, a random connection can lead into something so much bigger later on? Sometimes only years later, even our smallest actions, can start making sense. And I realize that what makes our life richer and probably also more successful at the end, are not always those big plans and goals, but exactly those small and seemingly unimportant moments on the way and in between…
“I was diagnosed multiple sclerosis at the end of my stay in Paris. The “illness of a thousand faces” made me think a lot about the different states of sanity I’ve experienced throughout my years on this planet and I’ve put these emotions into my Bouncy Castle. ” tells the young and talented Swiss & Angolian artist Dino about this brilliant track, that capture us right away.
Life is constantly changing and you often enter a new phase with new needs. The timeless clothing by TONI CORE can be worn in many phases of life, they are…
In 2009 the South African-born, Swiss-based Queen of Deep House released her debut production and since then has become a highly successful and indispensable part of the scene. We had a chat with the talented producer and DJ about her new two-track ‘Oblivion / Thermal’ EP out on Enormous Tunes, how the lockdown influenced her sound and finding joy in the moment.