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Cyril Hahn remixes Jessie Ware’s ‘Tough Love’

jessicyrilIf you’re not a lover, slow-groover or sensual mover chances are you might’ve found Jessie Ware‘s new track Tough Love a little slow. Well Canadian producer Cyril Hahn has come to rescue the track for beat-cravers with his beautifully tailored remix of Tough Love. He keeps Ware’s heighty vocal intact, instead choosing to pump it along with a deep-house base-line and send it straight to the clubs. Jessie Ware and deep house music go together like Milk and Milo so it’s great to see Hahn give Tough Love the remix treatment. He’s already worked his magic on Ware once before with Sweet Talk so it should be no surprise that this one is brilliant once again.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/jessieware/tough-love-cyril-hahn-remix[/soundcloud]

Listen to Hahn’s remix of Sweet Talk here:

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/jessieware/sweet-talk-cyril-hahn-rmx-sd[/soundcloud]

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Baauer comes back with a ‘Clang’

bauuerBrooklyn-based Baauer, famous for bringing us the international sensation, Harlem Shake, has returned with a new track, Clang. Although it probably doesn’t have meme-triggering ability like its predecessor, its experimental, Bollywood-inspired qualities are enough to keep you interested. Clang features samples of German artist Buedi Siebert which is discussed in the ‘making of’ sound clip below.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/baauer/clang[/soundcloud]

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/baauer/the-making-of-clang[/soundcloud]

 

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Nashville pop-trio, LANY, release ‘BRB’ and ‘ILYSB’

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We featured Nashville group LANY as one of our Five Artists You Need To Hear in June. Back then we were enamoured by their tunes Hot Lights and Walk Away. Now it seems they are set to continue what is a becoming a perfect pop streak, releasing two new songs, BRB and ILYSB. It’s clear from the titles that these one’s are only for the cool kids that are down with dem SMS acronyms, which we hope most of you are. As far as the tunes go, it’s more melodic, warm synth-work from LANY. ILYSB is the most upbeat of the two, lead by a tempo-pumping handclap while BRB takes cues from late night RnB jams. They already sound more polished and self-assured than on their debut set, further proving that LANY may be one of the heroes of the second half of 2014.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/thisislany/ilysb[/soundcloud]

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/thisislany/brb[/soundcloud]

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Grimes releases song written for Rihanna, ‘Go’

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Grimes‘ breakthrough album, Visons, was a left-field pop masterpiece founded on introverted soundscapes and subtle melodies. While it wasn’t explicitly a pop record, the Canadian singer has never shied away from her admiration for the genre. In her Top 10 LP’s of 2012 she listed Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber with no shame. Last night on Radio 1 she debuted, ‘Go’, which was originally written for Rihanna. The news emerged a number of weeks ago after she performed it at the Governors Balls in NYC. We can now replace that fan recording with this polished, recorded version. What it tells us is that Rihanna made a terrible mistake. Go is a trap-inspired banger that is actually hard to hear anyone but Grimes on. She’s done it with friend and often-producer, Blood Diamonds.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/actuallygrimes/go-1/[/soundcloud]

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Billie Black releases yet another stunning track, ‘I Don’t Need Another Lover’

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London artist, Billie Black doesn’t muck around. Last week she gave us the captivating debut, I Waited For You and now she’s already followed it up with, I Don’t Need Another Lover. The new track takes a similar, minimal formula to I Waited For You, but it kicks the pace up a notch with a gentle beat. It works the song into a subtle yet welcome groove showing that Black can be more than a Sade-like balladeer. This makes it two from two for the young songstress. Lets hope an EP is in the works.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/billie-black/i-dont-need-another-lover[/soundcloud]

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Vic Mensa samples MC Hammer on ‘Major Payne’

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Vic Mensa is one of the biggest hopes in rap for 2014. His track, Down On My Luck, found a masterful balance between effortless flow and commercial likeability and has slowly crept its way onto Australian radio. His latest track, Major Payne, has been made available for free download today and will be featured on his Street Lights EP. Major Payne takes a harder, hip-hop line than Down on my Luck but his personality is still undeniable. He also continues to take slight cues from electronic music with crescendoing beats and twinkling synths. MC Hammer is also sampled for a perfect millisecond.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/fuck-vic-mensa/major-payne[/soundcloud]

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Rebecca Clements follows-up ‘Wildlife’ with ‘Coma Boy’

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British singer-songwriter Rebecca Clements made such a stark introduction with her debut track Wildlife, that we’ve been clamouring for a follow-up ever since. For her second second she’s delivered Coma Boy, which follows in a similar vein as Wildlife in the way of just Clements voice alongside a swelling guitar. Such is the strength of her songwriting that she can tug at the heartstrings with most minimal of productions. She has an effortless nature to her music reminiscent of female songwriters like Feist, Cat Power or Fiona Apple. I’m interested to see what Clements would do with a full-length LP. So far what she’s serving up is stunning.

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/rebeccaclements/comaboy[/soundcloud]

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Bondax channel the tropics on ‘All I See’

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UK duo Bondax have been producing some of the finest deep house music for the better part of two years. And with a trip down-under in September for Listen Out, they’re surely going to make a name for themselves in Australia in no time. Their new single, All I See, will aid that no doubt aid that. It sounds like it’s been made for the European Summer and while we’re dealing with chilly winds there’s no denying that the Caribbean percussion and deep synths are warming. We haven’t been told who the vocalist is but she does a valiant job as host of this tropical affair. Only five months until Summer…

[soundcloud]https://soundcloud.com/bondax/all-i-see[/soundcloud]

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