For fans of dance music on the hunt for something new, the latest track from Christine Saadé might just be of interest. After her track ‘Get Together’ was remixed by Twisted Dee, the pounding results were so good that the decision was taken to release it as a stand alone single.
Perfect for club dancefloors, the song is full off buzz and energy, ensuring it does exactly what every good dance track does – get you moving.
The track is out now on iTunes, and there’s more on the way from Christine Saadé very soon.
Out now on iTunes, ‘Future Back’ is the captivating new single from Astronauts of Antiquity. A group who experiment with the boundaries of pop and electronica, they once again find themselves on great form with this new release.
Having gained a following thanks to features with a number of huge outlets, the band seem to go from strength to strength with each new single release, and ‘Future Back’ is no exception. It’s helped too by the charming lo-fi video that accompanies it, capturing the spirit and message of the song very well indeed.
If you like it as much as we do, you can get all the gossip on their upcoming new EP here.
Pulling together a spacious, synth led pop vibe with a four on the floor dance beat, the new single/remix from NYC based prospect Voodoo Dancer is out now on iTunes. The song is an update of ‘Forever Girl’, a previous single which has been given a club makeover for round two and to strong effect.
Subtitled the ‘Raw Beautiful Club Mix’, remix duties were handled by Eric Kupper and give a previously laid back single a new pace and edge.
When you think of the awesome amount of talent available on the every growing internet scene, you can’t help but think a lot of it is such a waste. Some artists out there simply deserve more ears on their side, but with so many artists to listen to and only so many music fans to go around, how do you break through.
One solid approach is to go via clubland, a route along which Francis Groove has more than enough talent to travel. His new single ‘Alright (Take My Hand)’ is out now and finds him on fine form alongside vocalist Tony G. It’s out now on iTunes.
New York artist Reigen is a dance-pop artist on the rise in New York’s underground electronica scene. His tracks are radio ready and well produced, matching some great dance beats to his airy vocal to infectious effect.
His new single, ‘Real New Yorker’, is perhaps his strongest single in a two year period which has seen him get better and better over the course of five single releases. Each of his previous tracks (which can be found at Soundcloud along with this free download) boast several qualities, but here he’s tied a number of them together for one, showstopping turn.
You can find more and learn all about Reigen’s music at his website.
‘Lets get away, get lost, get high, disappear!’ – so says the description for the latest free download from German electronica artist Rick Tryfle, and it’s a fitting summation of the song itself.
‘Escapism’ itself is a fitting title for a track which slips easily into a groove and draws you in for its duration. It’s a difficult line which pure electronic music has to tread – by its nature it’s very keenly constructed, and not improvised in the same way that a four piece rock band band can come up with something on the spur of the moment in the studio. However, the best electronic have that spirit – that laid back feel that belies the hard work and tinkering behind the scenes.
By creating a hypnotic pulse to his latest single, Rick Tryfle has really set the standard for instrumental hip-hop driven electronica – and we look forward to hearing what comes next.
Described in their press release as ‘compelling, atmospheric, funky jazz fusion’, the new album from MetaQuorum is a real mind bender. Marrying a host of influences that you wouldn’t expect to blend, the LP is a great example of what creative minds can do when working at a high level.
Released alongside the single above, ‘North Sea Fret’, this album is not for the faint of heart, nor is it for people who like to know what to expect from their music. Instead, think of it as an album for the adventurous. It’s certainly the first of its kind to have been brought to our attention this year, and it will likely be the last.
Catchy, funky, rhythmic and at the same time extremely off-kilter, this is original in the best ways.