Rising tropical house producer Klingande just dropped a brand new remix of Wyclef Jean and Avicii’s uplifting track “Divine Sorrow” that will get you itching for summer. The French artist has been swiftly coming up since his smash hit “Jubel,” and show no signs of slowing down. This record laces the original lyrics and chord progression with Klingande’s signature synths and catchy melodies, making for another strong addition to the globally expanding tropical house sound. Enjoy and grab the remix via HEADS Music/PRMD on February 3rd.
This song by Tinlicker a collaboration of DJ’s Micha Heyboer and Mike Luck from the Netherlands is truly Dirty as the title states. “Dirty” is part of a recent EP, called Like No Other, which was put out a bit ago on Feed Me’s label Sotto Voice. It is filled with good tunes, and this one is just a great example of what these two DJ’s can put out. Make sure to listen through to the end, because some of the coolest stuff happens in the outro, leaving you begging for more.
Let’s take a moment out to focus on this rising star, fresh out of Germany. He has swept nations and the media, stealing hearts. Robin Schulz is without a doubt, on the road to success. We are anticipating many great things to come from this man!
H O T off the press, released only 2 days ago, this set has BOOMED on SoundCloud with nearly 200k plays! This mix defines every element of what I believe Tropical House should represent. This is an hour and sixteen minutes of pure bliss, with not a single dull moment or melody. Perfect for easy listening, Mr. Schulz will have you kicked back, eyes closed, fantasizing over the rhythm of steady ocean tides and crisp cocktails…
Release Date: January 27, 2015 | SoundCloud
South America represent! Lonczinski, out of Floripa, Brazil has completely caught my attention with this track. He takes the catchy song, “Cool Kids” by Echosmith and flips it into a piece of pure progressive house pleasure. Nothing short of phenomenal. The intro loop provides just enough feeling before the bridge leads into the original melody. The vocals pick up and the beat builds to an energetic drop that has me dreaming of festival season. Thankfully, Ultra is right around the corner and our ticket giveaway has just one day left! If this song gives you those “feels” that it gave me, check out Lonczinski’s profile and be sure to sign-up for our contest before it ends tomorrow!
This right here is some muhfuckin uuuhhh fire! I love how SwaggleRock, consisting of Buzz Trillington & Shooter McNappin, used this sample from a popular vine, flipped it, and dropped this filth. These two, whether it be by themselves or as the duo, have been constantly releasing fuego. If you want good tracks to show up on your stream, head over to their pages and give em a follow. Hit “Read More” to check out the full video.
A release some may have missed a couple months back, would have been “Conjure Dreams” from Maceo Plex. “Conjure Dreams” comes to us off the “Conjure Infinity EP”, this time released by Drumcode.
He’s a familiar name in the Tech House scene, having previously put out “Conjure One” on his own Ellum Audio label, and before that with the Crosstown Rebels crew. I’ll go ahead and give you a rundown of his December release before winding back the clock with some of his best tunes from May ’14.
The EP features two tracks, “Conjure Dreams”, full of strong builds and groovy bass lines to create a really dark vibe, and “Conjure Floyd” that can only be described as weird, if not well produced. I heard both on NYE, and was shocked to see the atmosphere they produced.
NYC by-way-of Chicago producer Brenmar is destined for big things. The Fool’s Gold mainstay has been putting in work, cranking out remixes and originals that are ripe with a signature maturity and style. After seeing him tear it up at Dark Disco this past Saturday in NYC, I trolled his soundcloud for more, where I found this vibey remix of Maluca’s “Trigger.” Backing Maluca’s sultry vocals with a tight dancehall beat, Brenmar turns the original into a club jam that is perfect party material to set the night off, creating an energetic atmosphere without having to rely on the traditional “buildup to drop” structure that is rinsed over and over again in so many genres of dance music right now. Enjoy and grab Brenmar’s take, along with the others on Maluca’s remix EP, here.