Gordi is vocalist Sophie Payten. ‘Nothing’s As It Seems’ is the new track from the Sydney based musician / medicine student. ‘Nothing’s As It Seems’ might appear polished, but if not for the hushed instrumental,... The post PREMIERE: Gordi – ‘Nothing’s As It Seems’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Lots of good stuff coming out of LA recently, including this new chill house tune from producer Beshken with rising vocalist Soraya called “Right Time.” This track has Nightswim at the Roosevelt in Los Angeles written all over it. Cool yet sophisticated.
Hoodboi is hitting the road with Dillon Francis on his Friends Rule Tour. Be sure to catch Hoodboi at DAY OFF LA, buy your tickets here. Peep tour dates after the jump and download Draft Picks ’14 now! 12.18.14 – Oakland, CA ‡ Fox Theater 12.13.14 – Salt Lake City, UT ‡ In The Venue […]
We’ve featured Belgium’s Arches quite a few times here on Discobelle and today they shares a new original single that’s simply divine disco house. Following a killer remix of Keisza, Arches is back with “Want You” that sure to have the club vibes going all night. Download “Want You” now via Arches Facebook page: http://bit.ly/arches_wantyou
Vulture Music stalwart, Xander Milne has been a bit quite on the Western front here for the last couple months… thankfully he’s re-emerged with this lovely, double a-side featuring the vocal talents of Kristy Marie. The pair craft some beautifully written pop tracks that just happen to stand confidently in the realm of quality, crossover […]
“Need Someone” is the title track from the brand new release on the Spinnin’ Deep imprint, Cleavage delivers a huge old school vocal house track.
Hamburg talent Felix Jaehn is back with a new tune, and this time he offers us all an innocent and innovative sound that blends house music with more organic indie […] Related posts: Felix Jaehn – Shine (feat. Freddy Verano & Linying) Felix Jaehn – Ain’t Nobody (feat. Jasmine Thompson) Felix Jaehn – Sommer Am Meer
Denver young-blood, Sylent EFX has established himself as a reliable source for bumpy house joints and unique flavors… his latest cut, ‘Wonder’ is no exception. A saccharine-sweet, piano/vocal sample filters up during the intro as shuffling hats splutter towards a melodic, subby bassline. Available for free via Denver’s premiere, house collective, Night Supply, helmed by […]
Originally heard as the lead song on their guest mix for THUMP, Rainer + Grimm have finally returned with a remix for Toronto-based OVO affiliated duo Majid Jordan’s song A […] Related posts: Sam Smith – Stay With Me (Rainer + Grimm Remix) Golden Coast – Break My Fall (Rainer + Grimm Remix) PARTYNEXTDOOR – Persian Rugs (Rainer + Grimm Remix)
There’s been an awful rumor spreading around Salacious Sound, that Andrew’ is leaving us in search of the best Petite Sirah, ever. I’ve had a hard time dealing with this […] Related posts: MAO – Ways of Seeing (Let the Machines Do The Work Remix) Natasha Kmeto – Last Drop alt-J – Hunger of the Pine (MOTSA Re-Groove)
SKULS are another duo on the Salacious radar. It’s hard to imagine that these two only have 600 followers on Soundcloud with the consistent anthems they release. Their last […] Related posts: Childish Gambino – 3005 (SKULS RIP) EKALI – Unfaith Kyla La Grange – Cut Your Teeth ( 20syl Remix )
More musicians should do figurative soundtracks to books. Wist Rec. did their beautiful Book Report series, where musicians such as Loscil and Christina Carter make 3? CDs that fit inside the dust jackets of books my MR James, EM Forster and Malcolm Lowery. Show More Summary
We met Marlon Lumba AKA Astronomar at WMC in Miami three years ago and already back then he blew us away with his productions, after relocating from Alaska to L.A he’s released tracks on Mad Decent, Fools Gold, OWSLA, Dim Mak, BNR, Enchufada, Ministry of Sound and Main Course (the label he founded together with […]
When DJing, as we know it today, first shimmered into life in the discos of the late 70s, stick headphones were very much standard issue for all spinners. They've lost out in popularity to regular over-ear cans for many years now, but some stalwarts are still gripping tightly on to their sticks today. Why do they do so? And should you be following their lead?
The Frowning Clouds latest release, Legalize Everything, offers psych vibes that’d be welcome in the UFO Club and a reflective and varied approach to production. Sonic tweaks over the album’s 12 tracks highlight a number... The post LISTEN: The Frowning Clouds – Legalize Everything appeared first on Who The Hell.
For those who are punk-inclined, I have found you a Fugazi. In a context where everything else resembles an actual fugazi (variously defined as a fake or a fucked up situation), Yes I’m Leaving is... The post INTRODUCING: Yes I’m Leaving appeared first on Who The Hell.
Took a break for the summer but I’m back and can’t believe how much good music there is out there right now. Here are a few of my most recent […] Related posts: Nightwaves #014: Summer Mixology Nightwaves #020: High Gloss Mixtape Kelis – Trilogy (Jaquo George)
Reminiscent of late dubstep, this remix by NGHTMRE of Charlie Darker’s “Guns for Hire” adopts a crisp low-end that most current house and double-time music has neglected to accommodate. The offspring of the “jump up” and “get low” mantras, NGHTMRE’s remix blows the rest completely out of the water by getting making you feel dirty […]