Sometimes it can be draining to filter through music hour after hour in hope of finding something or someone new. It requires time, patience and a bit of luck. Today it payed off for me when I found Danish duo Kenton Slash Demon. This one is their remix of John Talabot‘s ”Last Land”. Very creative – loving it.
John Talabot - Last Land (Kenton Slash Demon Remix)
It’s no surprise the latest Moonlight Matters remix is faring well amongst the music community. Blogs will be posting this for the new few days so if you’re a fan of Hype Machines most popularity charts, look out.
I’ve been following Kill Them With Colour since they were being featured on Tracasseur three years ago. At the time little over one hundred fans followed them. Since then they have released a handful of remixes as well as their Kingdoms EP, and have now amassed over one thousand fans. Recently their remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” reached #7 on the Hype Machine charts. I’d like to share another track today, it’s called “Give You Anything”. If you are unfamiliar with KTWK, please listen, and if you like what you hear you can follow through to their Facebook page and hear more.
Softwar is living at the heart of Sydney’s deep house scene. Usually I find it hard to fit a track like this into a mixed artist post, but luckily enough it seems to fit in well enough for me, I would have been disappointed if I had to exclude it for that reason.
Rebecca & Fiona - Dance (Softwar Remix)
One last track I’d like to squeeze into the post is Jay West & Manuel Sahagun‘s “Got Me Insane”. It’s only a sample, but it’s a very generous one, practically 90% of the whole track. My first thought on this track was that Jay West was some cheap wordplay on Jay-Z and Kanye West, turns out the track has nothing to do with rap/hip-hop at all. I’ll probably never forget the name now, so here’s to what the future brings.