French soul powered veteran producer 20syl continues his never ending stream of high quality releases. Recently dropping off impressive remixes of Yael Naim’s “Walk Walk” and PLPS’ “How I Feel,” and now we have even more new music from this busy producer.
This new original track “Inertia” is a part of the AMAL charity Compilation, which aims to provide an education and psycho-social support center for the most vulnerable Syrian Children living in Antakya/Hatay. “Inertia” brings hip hop style percussion filled with glitchy instrumentation with a rumbling bassline and layers of samples spliced in with glitched vocals weaved throughout the tune. All sales revenue benefits the AMAL charity so be sure to support and grab a download.
20syl – Inertia | Donate / Download
The four man French production collective known better as Point Point continue to craft fresh, innovative space within the saturated future bass field as they deliver their newest original following a cooler than cool rework of Tchami's club house heater "After Life".
"All This" majestically chill build brings an essence of sun-soaked vibes into the production before a cluster of drilled down trap punches and melodic keyboard arrangements bring the feels to light. The warping synths wrapped around the stuttering female vocal snippets make for something nice on the audible senses.
Stream the colelctives latests original below and share it with a friend just for the sake of sprending the hoy around! Enjoy
Point Point – All This | Stream
British Duo Bondax recently ended their silence with the release of “Temptation” featuring rising singer Erik Hassle as their first release in nearly a year. Now we are pleasantly surprised with more new material from the infectious duo.
Now they’ve taken on English indie/rock band Foals’ “Give It All,” transforming the song into a sexy, feel-good house track that will surely brighten your day. Bondax has a knack for creating some of the smoothest, funky melodies out there and this new remix is no exception as their layered instrumentation brings their nu-disco and house aesthetics leaving you wanting more. They bring a more uptempo beat in their signature indie house sound uplifting the original to a new, pleasant sound that has us hoping for more new releases from these guys soon. Stream below and enjoy.
Foals – Give It All (Bondax Remix)
Parisian producer French Kiwi Juice –also known as FKJ — has grown to be one of the leading innovators and advocates of the chiller side of bass which runs neatly with R&B and hip-hop genres. We've seen his genius at hand via phenomenal remixes of Alina Baraz & Galimatias "Pretty Thoughts" and Zhu's "Paradise Awaits" along with his the recent single "Better Give You Up" from a forthcoming studio album.
To temporarily settle our anticipation for the release, FKJ gifts us with an absolutely gem of a remix! Taking Belgian songstress Selah Sue's pop-soaked single "Off Alone"into his production mastery, the artist passes a cool breeze of good vibes and and summertime aesthetics throughout. A soft set of drum kicks, nü-house, and future soul chic are cast in all the right measures and arrangements.
Stream this hip creation below and check back for more info on FKJ's album soon. Enjoy
Selah Sue – Alone (FKJ Remix) | Stream
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