Producer Janee back with another piece of his unique #Orchestrap
Scottish maestro Sam Gellaitry returns to form with an 808-laden anthem.
Lotus brings the percs to the party. Weaving the best Future Trap vibes with a bit of classy jazz piano thrown in, the unmasked producer has got a heavenly track here.
I’ve enjoyed listening to JANEE‘s sound develop over the past month since they started releasing music – every new track that they produce has a different vibe and orchestral element to it. The latest offering is driven by a violin sample that immediately grabs your attention as the drums kick into gear. Eventually a piano joins into the complete the full sound that’s almost like a symphony to trap.
Loving the retro feel on this visual from Branchez. This is the first visual for the Brooklyn producer, with a simple, albeit whimsical premise.
If you are going to remix HudMo, you had better bring the goods. Luckily Alexander Lewis and Y2K are not messing around, delivering a stellar reworking of “Chimes” that is just as heavy and hardhitting as the original, if not more so. Fire.
Epic tune from SwuM. Not quite sure how to begin describing it; there are elements of hip hop, future, trap and glitch. He draws you in with the flowing synth and pads and then drops the hammer in the form of his relentless drum kit.
It’s sunday and my brain is fried but on the upside I’ve got a great chilled banger for the occasion. Klimeks flips a track from Nite Flights, and that’s all the description I can muster…