Archive | October, 2019

Bella Boo – Tuesday

27 Oct

Not long now till Bella Boo’s album is out for our listening pleasure. New single ‘Tuesday’ is a laid back, jazzy affair with some bubbling synth sounds and truly divine horns. Definitely light a candle, run a hot bath and put this one on repeat. Proper luxury.

 

Patawawa – All The Time (Yuksek 1984 Edit)

27 Oct

More remix action for you bringing the weekend to a close. It’s an all out disco fest when funksters Patawawa get the remix treatment from T&D fave Yuksek. This was a no-brainer of an addition to our latest play list. Quality disco with a nod to 80s pop too.

Alphabeat – I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore (Initial Talk remix)

25 Oct

Initial Talk has the golden touch right now and he’s taken Alphabeat’s ‘I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ and morphed it into something akin to Donna Summer’s ‘She Works Hard For The Money’. Genius at play.

Madonna – Crave featuring Swae Lee (Tracy Young Dangerous Remix)

25 Oct

The ‘Crave’ remixes are finally out to stream and download! The song has one of the most beautiful melodies offered up on the complex masterpiece that is ‘Madame X’. The Tracy Young remix frogmarches it to the dancefloor in uplifting fashion.

KLP – Giver featuring Dena Amy

25 Oct

“Your head is in your phone when I’m talking to you” is one of the best opening lines in 2019 and it comes from the title track from KLP’s forthcoming album ‘Giver’. KLP has been bringing the bops and bangers left right and centre and this newie is no exception – it goes off as my Aussie friends would say. With Dena Amy on board the ladies manage to sound a bit like Bananarama. Super stuff.

Thorisson – Don’t Lie To Me featuring Nikita Budha Magar

24 Oct

Thorisson is very quietly building up a catalogue of bops. He’s dropped another today and with a strong vocal from Nikita Budha Magar. ‘Don’t Lie To Me’ hits its stride at the chorus which positively blasts off.

Iconique – Too Much

24 Oct

Those delicious Iconique lovelies just released their ‘Ovation’ EP which brings together a few singles from the past year or so (all wonderful) and a couple of newies. Of the fresh tracks ‘Too Much’ strikes us immediately – a heart wrenching vocal which Prince would have been proud of (think ‘The Beautiful Ones’) over a prom ballad akin to Cyndi’s ‘Time After Time’ or George Michael’s ‘Careless Whisper’.