The music KING creates is so deliberate, so delicate and so intricately crafted that just one song packs the concentrated satisfaction of a normal album’s worth of material. “Mister Chameleon” continues their perfect record.
After a long absence, Death From Above 1979 released a brand new single titled “Trainwreck 1979.” Their follow-up LP is due in September.
Perfect summertime vibes on this awesome remix of Glen Check’s “Pacific” by Les Loups!
The brilliantly named Edit Murphy does a really classic remix of Marvin Gaye with “Mercy,” found on his Motown Edits Vol. 1 release, resulting in a nice dubbed out disco vibe.
Indie R&B singer-songwriter Tom Krell, better known as How To Dress Well, has released a trilogy of tracks for his upcoming third LP, What Is This Heart?.
Ernesto Djédjé was a huge star on the Ivory Coast in his day and listening to “Ziboté,” it makes perfect sense. Catchy vocals, great instrumentation, groovy rhythms, and—although rare for West African records from the 70s—the recording is crystal clear and expertly mixed. One look at the cover and you know it’s gonna be funky.
Remington “Remy” Shand’s tribute to legendary skateboarder “The Gonz” has all the style and funk of The Gonz in motion and a slick video to accompany it.
“Long Division” is The Aislers Set at their best. Taken from their 1998 debut album on Slumberland Records, Terrible Things Happen, the song is pure pop perfection, complete with handclaps.
Our friend from down under Copycat has applied his scalpel to Sade’s “Jezebel,” adding enough boom bap to satisfy the dance floor.
J. Spaceman is well known for his signature droning sounds that soundtrack the comedown, and this Cut Copy remix does not disappoint.