Tag Archives: Electronic

Was Will Be

Bassnectar is one of those artists that I stumbled upon through online suggestions. I was in Amsterdam and was looking for music that was good for tripping out to (hallucinogens) and a lot of people suggested Bassnectar. Although I didn’t really experience much of a trip (probably didn’t take enough) I did find a good artist. “Was Will Be” off Bassnectar’s new EP titled Reflective Part ,1 is today’s Track of the Day.

J-Boy

I had honestly never heard of Phoenix until this week, which is pretty impressive given the fact they have over 4.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone, but I’m glad I found them. I can’t seem to get enough of their indie-pop-electronica fusion. “J-Boy”, from their recently released album “Ti Amo”, is today’s track of the day.

Cola

Today’s Track of the Day is a Deep House banger by CamelPhat and Elderbrook. “Cola” is an insanely addictive dance hit by electronic producer CamelPhat and vocalist Elderbrook. This track is yet to be officially released and is making it’s way around various Radio Stations, but I can see this track being massive this summer. Go on, give it a listen!

Bora! Bora! Bora!

Get ready for the weekend with today’s Track of the Day “Bora! Bora! Bora!” by techno and dance legends Scooter. This is their recent single off their upcoming album Scooter Forever that’s coming out in August this year. Start your weekend the right way and get the party started!

Love Drug

Die Antwoord are one of those bands that you either love or hate. Their unique music style generally disregards the “rules” of music and it can create some broken up and disjointed songs that shouldn’t work but somehow do. Love Drug is one of those songs. The lyrics and the beat don’t always align which can make it a bit hard to follow, but the chorus is just too addictive to ignore.

Later

Example’s changed a lot since Kickstarts but he’s always known how to make a banger. Later is Example’s latest single and is a chilled out dance track that feels like it would have been best suited during Summer. Although it might not receive the recognition it deserves now festival season is over, Later will still be hitting the clubs up and down the country.