Time for something a little more fun and risqué than our usual postings.Originally from Chicago, GOLDHOUSE – the musical project of Grant Harris – is used to producing feel-good tracks that make you want to get down, and his new single, ‘Sex On Me’, does just that.It’s our guilty pleasure release of the week!It’s out now on Armada Deep.Sounds like: Gryffin, Kygo, Sam FeldtFacebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | YouTube | Instagram
Introducing Sloan Peterson (aka 24 year-old Joannah Jackson).Based in Sydney, Sloan Peterson has grown up recording songs, filming music videos and playing vintage records with her sister and friends. Her music is a nod to the garage rock music of the 50’s.The video for her single, ‘105’ is the first to be shot in the historic building of The Strand Arcade since scenes from David Bowie‘s music video for ‘Let’s Dance’ and features Sloan Peterson as well as a cast of alumni dancers from the Australian Ballet School and Sydney Dance Company.This is her debut single taken from her upcoming debut self-titled EP, out on 14 July via Mirror Records.
Tujamo’s impeccable rise has reached a new level with a new remix of Bingo Player’s classic ‘Drop That Low’ (When I Dip). Born in Germany, Tujamo’s style of energetic dance music has allowed him to collaborate with the likes of Danny Avila, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Jacob Plant, Laidback Luke, Martin Solveig, Showtek and many more. Tujamo’s remix of ‘Drop That Low’ (When I Dip) has support from the likes of Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Kaskade, Tiesto and more! Take a listen to Tujamo’s high energy remix down below & check out Tujamo’s official music video!
Lullaby is the newest song from Atlas Bound, an australian band with 2 members Adrian Kalcic and Will Taylor, that currently releasing on LA based Next Wave Records, the duo have amounted million’s plays on Soundcloud and featured on youtube blogs including La Belle Musique and The Sound You Need. They have been featured in Spotify’s ‘One’s to watch’ playlist as well as front page Itunes.
Dublin-based producer Jay Pryor is light on information at the moment, but his recent releases have the eyes and ears of many turning towards his newfound sound. His recent remix of Digital Farm Animals’ “True” is no exception as he turns the original single into a piano and bass driven deep house gem. The young producer highlights the song’s deeper components, further enriching it with light-hearted percussion and a swirling piano flairs to bring this track to the forefront.