This might takes some getting used to…Brazilian producers OMULU and Zebu rework one of the best tracks of 2016 with a Brazilian Arrocha beat. That Brazilian funky future build tho, extra scary. Happy Halloween!
Scottish maestro Sam Gellaitry returns to form with an 808-laden anthem.
Auckland based duo SACHI continue to make waves far beyond the shores of New Zealand. Aided by some smooth and punchy vocals from Nïka on this occasion, the SACHI boys bring the same upbeat infectious sound that is taking the Southern Hemisphere by storm.
This beautifully shot music video for CRi’s “Rush” uses the town of Fremont, Quebec as a backdrop, illustrating its ghostlike industrial winterland. The video is almost documentary like in its introduction of Fremont but goes on to showcase the true beauty of the Quebec countryside as Cri’s sweeping futuristic bass music plays.
Soulection’s Dutchmen, Singularis, illustrates that his countryman Jarreau Vandal isn’t the only Sound of Tomorrow crew member with movies. The track he created for the launch compilation of Switzerland-based collective Culture Vibes Movement is smooth but bouncy. Some jazzy Kaytra-shit. Indeed.
Just love the sharp snaps, clicks and hisses in this track from Blake Skowron. The melody is wandering and the beats is relatively simple but the way he’s brought everything together is just magic.
Kempeh brings the production heat with this track. Had me head bopping right off the bat.
Made up of a producing team of brothers, Guillaume & Jonathan Alric, The Blaze still bring the feels with this opus of a track that released 9-months ago. They left us all wanting more and I’m still waiting for a follow-up