Published on July 17th, 2013 | by Field Skjellerup0
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For this weeks post i have chosen to showcase an array of tracks, which cover the extensive amount of up tempo electronic music availably. With each song fitting into a larger scene or a sound only notable with its selected artist.
ESTA. – Curlz
Part of Soulsections diverse artists list, ESTA creates inventive and high class productions through a wide range of influences. With this track being no exception, ESTA provides a playful, loving track via arpeggiated keys, subtle vocal clips and a smooth baseline throughout. This track also commences in just under a minute, leading to many listens over. Other releases to check out include tracks “$auce” and “Baddie$”
DRIPPIN – Minimix For NRK P3 Radio
Producer and Dj Drippin’ is leading the way for future dance music along side Dubbel Dutch, Kingdom and NGUZUNGUZU. This mix is a perfect presentation of this movement with servings of Grime, R&b, Trap and Footwork fused club music. Other releases to check out include tracks “GUARANA” and “Night Flare” featuring Copout.
Jaw Jam – The Truth
Instead of my usual one track showcasing, i have chosen to highlight Jaw Jams whole Ep titled “The Truth”. A release with an influence off uk bass music, fused with Jam Jaw’s own diverse offerings. With all three offerings having been constructed from sweat synthetic chords, chopped vocals and stuttering rhythms. Other releases to check out include his remixes of Mya’s “Love Is Like”, Nexts “Wifey ” and his latest “No Sleep” EP.
Jaga x Kamandi – SprokeBongus(InTheOpen)
This Collaborative track from two Christchurch based producers is a moving fusion of emotional and indulgent electronic influences. With repeated lyrics “If i cant smoke it, I aint fucking with club” (taken from Borrows track title Drugs In the Club) over raw synths and heavy sub kicks. Other releases to check out include Kamandi’s track “Skeletons” and there earlier collaborative track titled “At Night”.