Brand new single from The Voice UK alum Becky Hill. “Caution To The Wind” is produced by Two Inch Punch, the man behind some of the tracks for UK’s pop sensations Sam Smith, and Jessie Ware. Obviously, we’re a bit late to the party, but it would be disservice to the pop gods if we didn’t share this with you. Enjoy!
We’re back with another monthly compilation from Claire’s arsenal groovy tunes. This month’s list includes Brazilian producer Kruzader, a first timer on Music-Agogo, and Daniel Zuur. Per usual, French producers have a strong presence in this one, with remixes from Kulkid, Kartell, and Adrien De Valentin. Check out the mix below, some of the tracks are up for free DL be sure to grab ‘em. Happy listening.
About nine months ago the homies Chordashian released their highly addictive single “Skyscraper Souls,” and since then the remixes have been pouring in like crazy. We’re very happy to have received this one from Citizen Select, the DC-based duo that has been making a lot of noise in the scene. This bouncy remix is proof that these two young talented producers are here to stay. Check out the tune below and grab that free DL while you’re at it.
It’s been a while since we’ve brought you something from in-house, so here’s our “July Mix,” carefully crafted to help you stomp through the rest of the month. Happy listening foxes! See below for tracklist.
The Magician – Sunlight
Cassian - Brighter Days
George Fitzgerald - I Can Tell (By the Way You Move) (Paul Woolford Remi)
Ace of Base – All She Wants (SNBRN x Klatch Remix)
Blonde – Foolish (Kaasi Remix)
Just Kiddin – Ocean Motion
Shaparder & LRX – Reveries (Original Mix)
Tracy Chapman – Fast Car (Soundskin Remix)
Mickey – Sweet Baby
Just Kiddin – Feeling Better
DrDr - Dont Break It (KAASI Remix)
Le Youth – Feel Your Love
The Dealer – Right Beside You
Eric Prydz – Liberate (Lane 8 Remix)
We’ve got a new single from Bye Bye Badman…
"Whereas Bye Bye Badman's previous EP “Because I Want To” was self-produced by the members, this EP is produced in collaboration with The Basement Résistance, a creative crew founded by band Glen Check, graphic designer Eyejin, and fashion designer Daddy Goose. June One Kim of Glen Check, a long time friend of the band, produced the album, recording, mixing, and mastering the tracks from The Basement Résistance’s studio in Seoul.”
Lots of good things coming out of Norway recently, particularly from a group of young producers creating amazing tropical sounds. One of such youngsters is 18-yr old producer Bearson. He’s already been featured here at Music-Agogo a while back, so you’re familiar with him by now. Well, he’s back with another tropical-infused remix, this time for British singer Astronomy. This remix has all the feels and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it a lot. Be sure to exchange a Facebook for that free DL.
How about an Australian musical sandwich to start the day. This time, a little gift from Flume, adding his signature bouncey beats to Chet Faker's single “Gold” pulled from his debut album “Built On Glass.” Amazing things continue to come out every time these two collab, let's hope they keem making it happen. Happy listening.
“Shiloh is a meeting of two musical minds that seemed destined to happen, as the two orbited each other in the UK’s midlands before colliding and collaborating for a week’s worth of sessions, resulting in this stellar debut for the Cosmonostro family. Followers of the Cosmo back catalogue will no doubt already be familiar with Daktyl, who delivered his ‘Chase Road’ EP of club-ready bangers earlier in the year – here he is joined by songwriter JJ Draper of Arbour, with a more mellow collection of melodic spaced-out tracks perfect for the headphones.”
"The EP kicks off with ‘Reminisce’ – smooth pads play off organic percussion, perfectly complemented by the dulcet tones of JJ, and build to a dubbed out climax with plenty of swing & gorgeous vocal harmonies. ‘Volta’ begins with darker tones, but the ominous arps & grizzly low end quickly make way for a more upbeat mood when Draper’s vocals enter the equation. ‘Morning’ begins with ethereal soundscapes and reverb-soaked vocals, before upping the energy with 808 claps and trap-infused hi-hat rolls, and introducing otherworldly harps and repeated vocal melodies you can sink right into. The EP’s title track follows, with chugging low-end and playful synth melodies, building to a chorus in which JJ repeatedly insists that ‘we’ve made it’ – reinforcing the feeling that we’ve reached the destination in our cosmo-melodic journey. ‘Came Across’ closes the EP with beautifully mellow tones – a largely beatless conclusion that lets JJ’s vocals really shine, over understated organ chords and ghostly chimes."
This rack is still our go-to for our late night hang out scenes. We’ve been bumping it for a few summers now, and finally, there are some visuals to go with it. Synapson also had an official release for it a few months back, you can cop your copy on iTunes.
Parisian producer Zimmer is back with another original single, following last year’s wildly successful “Galapagos.” Zimmer recently joined the boys over Roche Musique, making it one of the most stocked record labels in the feel-good world. Enjoy this new baby from the king of “Horizontal Disco” and let’s hope we don’t have to wait for another year for a new original.
Check out a new single from French producer Closed Paradise. This type of vibrant, slow motion disco house is exactly what we should expect from a producer from the South of France, it just screams beach time all the time. Enjoy the track and keep an eye for his upcoming EP “On The Nature Of Things.”