Are you looking for a funky house track with a contemporary sound? Look no further, we got you covered. Continue reading Sweez, “Sonorous Shuffle”: Bring back the funk!
Ok, it’s time to get busy again. I’ll admit right away that I’ve turned a bit soft lately.
So I needed to do something about that. Here’s a couple of techno tracks that rolls in the deep and dark. Continue reading Time to go down. Down deep, and rolling. Techno time.
The downtempo genres are quite tricky. It’s so easy to fall for cliches and end up as a pretty unimaginative, generic track.
So the more happy I get when I during my search for new music come across tracks that steer clear of those pitfalls! Continue reading Double downtempo: A wall of chill
It’s not many days since I last did an “double oddball feature”, but I just have to do another; this time a sci-fi special!
Here’s one rather odd instrumental consisting of essentially just sequences, while the other is nothing but a voice. Yes, that’s it.
And both are quite intriguing. Continue reading USE, “Test” & Drosophila, “Stingwise”: Futuristic experiments
It’s been a lot of dark and deep lately. Not that there can ever be too much of the dark and deep, but to spice things up I’ve found two tracks that really brightens up the mix during a Beatradar week. Continue reading Twice as FUN: A lighthearted double feature!
This kind of music is about entering a mental state. Only then can we truly enjoy it. The repetitive hooks becomes a state of mind. It’s a trip.
And these two tracks here are the fix we need. Continue reading Double deep: KNGMKR, “Follow” and biskuwi, “Occidens”
I’ve collected two very dramatic and cinematic narratives for this double feature.
One Swedish duo that lives how they sound, and an American who shows me his post-apocalyptic organ. Continue reading Ittna, “Serpent” & Sunset Exotic, “Sunken”: Two exotic narratives
Double oddball feature! Here’s a couple of cool tracks that are a bit different than what I usually cover and are a bit hard to categorise. Plus, they both have an excess of pure ENERGY. Continue reading Yulio, “Amor” & Ok Tempo, “Robot Workers’ Union”: The scenic route
I’ll make it short: This is my favourite progressive house track this month. End of story.
An exquisite piece of vocal house music that can be played on repeat, over and over again. Continue reading Ale Poe, “Hold On”: A track worth holding on to