The Magician – Together


Even though The Magician technically could have fallen into the Sunday Rewind below, he’s getting his own post.

“Together”, is the first original music we’ve had from the man of magic in over 6 months and is the 3rd release on his label, POTION (the other two songs being his hit single, “Sunlight” and Arches monster mash, “New Love” featuring Karen Harding — not a bad start to the label).

Seductive flute hook, big bass, and that signature panache that has made The Magician the ruler of Future House.

Sunday Rewind: 5/18 – 5/24

A week without music!? Dear God.

Yeah, yeah, I know. Unacceptable. Was traveling internash with no internet access.

I’m just as upset about it as you.

Here’s what stood out in the music world over the past 7 days.


Elohim – She Talks Too Much

Dun, dun, dun, dun, dun. That’s the bass — the bass announcing Elohim’s arrival on the scene with a monstrous debut in “She Talks Too Much”. Next-level, dance-ready, indie-pop. This one’s got mass appeal, folks.


Kehlani – Runnin’ (Stwo Remix)

Stwo grabbed Kehlani’s “Runnin'”, locked himself in the lab, and promptly performed some alchemy. Kehlani deserves a lot of the cred for her awesome original, but this remix is gold.


Molly Moore – Natural Disaster (Win & Woo Remix)

Win & Woo take Molly Moore’s “Natural Disaster” and turn it into a down-tempo, slow-burning, house jam. Let it develop, you won’t be disappointed. Free download here.


Woolf and the Wondershow – Cages

The mysterious, eccentric, duo Woolf and the Wondershow follow up their debut with a compelling, edgy piece of pop. Maybe not for everyone, but we’re going to be getting some good stuff out of WATW.


Shannon Saunders – Electric

The British songstress adds another track to her slew of quality pop releases. With a more mature, marketable sound, Saunders seems due for a big spike in popularity.

Josef Salvat – Till I Found You

#11 artist to watch, Josef Salvat drops a new track with some visuals in, “Till I Found You”.

More on the down-tempo and heartfelt side, “Till I Found You” isn’t the type of song that you’re going to blast with all your friends around (unless of course you guys are all into singing ballads together). This one’s a radio-ready love song with Salvat’s vocal range on full-display.