I think it’s bangin.
+ SebastiAn Remix
Both out on BNR since September.
OMG! I am so happy this is finally out! I’ve posted a while ago about Jesse Boykins III, his amazing voice, and the fact he’d be collaborating with Sinden in the near future. Well guys, it’s not the near future anymore, it’s the present. I knew it would be a marvelous colab and I am so happy I was right. High Demand is a great song with a beautiful ‘The Weeknd’-sound. Have a listen and let me know what you think.
Oh ps: this one is in the Brenmar remix. I love his work.
Anyway. Brenmar posted his remixed version of the track on his soundcloud, as a free download.
Here it is:
I’m not a huge Lana fan (dunno why but there’s just something about her I’m not very fond of) but I think Born to Die is a great song – posted it earlier – and the remix is really strong. Great job by Gucci Vump aka Guxxi aka The Shoes + Brodinski.
What do you think?
I’m at Brussels airport right now waiting for my flight to Hong Kong. … and then I got interrupted by the woman in the speakers telling me to board. So, now I’m in Doha Airport waiting for my connected flight to Hong Kong that will leave in about a half an hour I guess. Anyways; I wanted to tell you about Melé. This guy… he’s just so damn talented. Guess I started to lay eyes on him about a year ago when I -accendentaly?- found him on twitter. He was -and still is- a really funny guy with great taste in music. He’s first EP that got really known was the one with the Bombay track, remixed by French Fries (it’s really good). After a couple of months now he’s just growing and keeps getting better. Already bffs with Annie Mac (on twitter) and amazingly talented, I personally think this guy could get far in his genre. I surely believe in him.
Here’s his latest release, played by Annie Mac on daytime radio (!) “Beamer” out on Grizzly soon.
Be sure to check out the “Bombay” track I was talking about earlier too.
Because the weather is fucking depressing. Dream away, my friends. Imagine you’re in Abu Dhabi with a big ass cocktail in your hand.
This is what Joakim itself had to say about the mixtape:
This is not exactly a “Best Of” but a mix of the tracks i played most in the clubs during my DJ sets in 2011 (so obviously it doesn’t include older tracks that i still play). Lots of great dance music this year again. Makes me wanna make some.