Sunday Rewind: 7/20 — 7/26

Rewind, rewind, rewind.

 

DAVE B – Do You

She do it for the tribe, she midnight marauder. DAVE B continues to be one of our favorite hip-hop revelations of 2015. As one SoundCloud commenter correctly notes, “smfh this deserves millions”. Click here if you want more.

 

jackLNDN – All I See

More jackLNDN beats. No biggie. Funky, sexy, and cool, as usual.

 

Sisters – Back 2 U ft. Sol (Zillas Remix)

Sol + Sisters = SolSisters? Sounds like a bad joke, but is, in fact, a great collaboration. Zilla and co. jump on “Back 2 U” and give it some fresh verses.

 

Elohim – Xanax

Elohim releases a down-tempo piece of indie pop in “Xanax”. Those looking for another addicting cut like “She Talks Too Much” may be disappointed, but that wouldn’t be fair — Elohim’s creative sound is duly noted. We want more.

Fine Print – Can’t Lie

*Was it control that you had in mind?*

Fine Print are back with the second track off of their self-titled EP out August 28th.

A down-tempo, soulful track, “Can’t Lie” features the effortless production and delicate vocals we saw in FP’s debut, “About You”. With a steady bass-line, perfectly-placed horns, and a downright killer chorus, “Can’t Lie” is the definition of new age slow-jam.

This is what you want sensual, electro-pop to sound like, ladies and gents.

Listen above.

Sunday Rewind: 7/13 — 7/19

Travel + Wedding + Friends = not enough time to get a post out each day. Don’t think I wasn’t listening, though.

Here’s the good stuff from this past week.

Ofelia K – As A Bell

Ofelia K follows up her charming debut, “White T-Shirt” with some more sweet, indie pop in “As A Bell”. With folky, cheery, goodness like this, OK is quickly moving up our watch-list.

 

Royal – Queen of France

Royal shows off his pop-chops with this catchy, electro cut. Grab a free download here and enjoy the latest from this production aristocrat.

 

Elderbook – Be There Soon

One of our 15 Artists to Watch in 2015, Elderbrook is back with “Be There Soon”. Rhythmic, methodical, down-tempo. It seems we still have plenty to look forward to. Keep an eye out for his Travel Slow EP coming soon.

 

LAUV – Reforget

LAUV has one of our top songs of 2015 with his debut track, “The Other”. His second release to date, “Reforget”, isn’t quite on the same level, but man, is there some pop-potential there. Get to know LAUV.

 

The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face (The Him Remix)

Can’t feel my face. Can feel the bass. The Him takes on the Weeknd’s summer hit and gives it some house energy. Free download available here.