If this song isn’t in the next Bladerunner movie I’ll shoot someone with a laser. Anyway, please bring Moistbreezy to Brazil.
The first single of GRRL’s High Fantasy EP is a veritable safari of sounds. With strong indigenous influences, the pounding drums on this track would fit well at the club or around a campfire. The full EP is set to drop on 9/1/17, put it in your calendar.
Brooklyn bred Dominican singer Roxiny’s beautiful vocals from her track 9 months got the deep house treatment from MF Wiley and AKA JK. If you’re a DJ I advise you snag the free download and play this either at an after hours club or a haunted one.
Heavee teams up with Zora Jones and Sinjin Hawke for a high BPM banger, lending his vocals and production genius to the ‘Visceral Minds 2′ compilation which will be out in full on August 15th. “We blowin’ fractics.”
“Rooftop like i’m bringin 88 back” but for the club banger era. This track is hot . Drezo truly smashed this remix.
Iglooghost is a musical genius. Aside from that I’m just curious if a bug thief is someone who steals bugs or if it is a bug that steals.
Thast goes so damn hard on every single track and is working with all the best producers in the game.
This EP cements London Jade’s place as one of the most intriguing and talented artists and brujas residing in Chicago right now. Jade flows flawlessly over hard hitting club beats composed by the frequent Mykki Blanco collaborator Jeremiah Meece, as well as demongay and rare nnude’s founder bored lord herself.
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When Becky is being passive aggressive at the club and you just wanna scream, “All we do is navigate the cisheteropatriarchy daily to survive in a society that has oppressed our bodies, co-opted our experiences, and commodified our culture, so please: don’t fuck with me on some petty shit, bitch.”
Teklife’s Heavee treads experimental waters on his latest edit “Luv U”. The track features vocal chops from A. Grande, Lil Uzi Vert, and Destiny’s Child set over a sparse drum pattern that feels like it’s taking you on a pilgrimage to the club.