Win and Woo
Gold (Feat. Shaylen)

They’ve crafted this easy listening piece which ticks all the right boxes for a radio friendly tune, generating a catchy melody, sing-a-long worthy lyrics and just the right amount of vocal chop. Speaking of vocal chop, the sound during the chorus adds a really cool late night (after club) vibe. The vocal performance is another element which lifts the track to another level in my opinion, creating the perfect contrast and adding a perfect level of energy to the track. “Gold” is out now and available via the link below. Enjoy!

Sean Turk
Unforgettable (Sean Turk Bootleg)

This one is a bootleg for French Montana’s “Unforgettable”, which has now received the ultimate ‘bedroom bass’ treatment. Sean’s unique sound design carves itself into the identity of the original track, transforming it into something completely different, yet incredibly awesome and fresh sounding. It’s also exactly stuff like this that makes me so enthusiastic about Sean’s music. His style is easily identifiable in the electronic music jungle and it never fails to deliver some amazing emotion and sweet vibes.

SAXITY – More Than I Do (feat. Oferle)

Ready for new music? You’ve come to the right place! Here’s the new single by Cologne based producer duo Saxity (aka Sebastian Dittrich & Konstantin Flegelskamp) called “More Than I Do”. For this one the duo teamed up with Indiana based family band Oferle who deliver a spot on vocal performance and story line. The track delivers feel good vibes ‘en masse’, concentrated around a dance’y pop flavoured instrumental that will put a smile on your face. “More Than I Do” is out now everywhere, you can even pick up a copy as a free download if you please.

Justin Caruso- Love Somebody (quaggin. Remix)

Toronto based DJ and producer Patrick Quaggin-Smith aka Quaggin has dropped a crisp new remix for Justin Caruso’s amazing single “Love Somebody”. The added bounce on the instrumental really gives the track an entirely different flow, adding an energetic and fresh vibe. I love how the original vocal was incorporated here as well, making the remix sound like it was meant to sound like this from the beginning. Sadly the remix is somewhat short, but thank god for the replay button…you’re definitely going to need it, because it’s that good!