“love gang” gets straight to the point with a grimy, distorted guitar-like synth and heavy kick & snares while incorporating tropical mallets. Charli XCX shows her impressive vocal style, both falling and rising in tone for the verse and buildup as a perfect match alongside Whethan's production style. Once again, Whethan shows off his ability to create a catchy drop with infectious vocal chops and uplifting synth melodies. Enjoy!
Anderson .Paak just surprised us with a brand new remix of his 2016 hit song "Come Down" off his incredible album Malibu. The newly reworked version features TDE's ScHoolboy Q and LA crooner Ty Dolla $ign over an updated beat with added percussion.
We had previously heard a version of this song featuring T.I., but the way these three artists collaborate on this new track makes it feel completely fresh. Ty Dolla $ign breezily floats over the beat and assists in a new version of the chorus, while ScHoolboy Q lays down an impressive verse with a quick flow.
Anderson has been busy recently with his NxWorries side project alongside Knxwledge and recently announced an upcoming album with his touring band The Free Nationals, so we're happy he returned to revisit one of the standout's of 2016's spectacular album Malibu. Enjoy!
Anderson .Paak - Come Down Remix (Ft. ScHoolboy Q & Ty Dolla $ign)
21-year-old artist Emmit Fenn recently made his TSIS debut for his incredible soulful single “Modern Flame” alongside vocalist Yuna and is back with another solid indie electronic song showing why he's an artist to keep an eye on. The talented artist produces, writes and sings on his releases and is back once again with the latest track “1995” off his upcoming EP.
“In every song, I always want to do something completely different then the one before, so every song has a unique feel and can live in its own space. For 1995, which I’ve been holding on to for almost 2 years now, I really wanted to explore the feeling of being in a lucid state and what that feels and sounds like. After about 10 different versions of the song, my good friend Naderi and I went in and it finally all came together” - Emmit Fenn
This latest release further shows Fenn’s versatility showcasing his ability to create soulful, moody tracks combining organic and electronic elements as he worked alongside TSIS favorite producer Naderi. His gentle, passionate vocals are given subtle effects with slight autotune adding just the right amount of edge. The smooth, rolling production combines beautiful piano melodies with skittering hi-hats and rolling synths giving the song an almost haunting undertone while still remaining soulful.
"1995" includes electronic production throughout and is the focus on the future bass-styled drop incorporating saxophone. Along with the song, he’s launched his new site with multimedia interactive content alongside Active Theory to “to create a digital experience to follow each layer of the project.” You can see a video clip of this below, but check out the site to get the full experience. Enjoy!
Emmit Fenn - 1995
Photo Credit: Larsen Sotelo.
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