Bvrnout, who gave us a heated trap refix of Alesso’s “Heroes,” does a complete 180 switcheroo with his latest offering “Breakaway.” It’s a melodic anthem that brings me back to 2013 when progressive house was at its peak. Great to have some of this back in my library again.
Click to Download: Bvrnout- Breakaway (ft. Baasik)
The idea behind The Sunday Collection is simple: easing you into next week. Enjoy your week.
Chance and Tinashe team up over some Snakehips production for their second collaboration, “All My Friends.” The song has a really interesting sound, and we’re not mad at it. It actually feels like a collaborative effort. As opposed to emailing a verse or hook in from the otherside of the country, this crew seems to have actually sat down and curated this sound together. It’s definitely in heavy rotation over here at KFT. Have a listen above and let us know what you think!
This song is the definition of “light at the end of a tunnel.” A rainstorm barreling through the tropics and stripping us of Wifi for 24 hours, this was the best thing to discover after coming back online. Just another example of Sweden’s immaculate A-list of producers, Hellberg fabricates a happy-go-lucky sounding tune that’ll make everyone hate on you for tapping your leg incessantly at random points in time.
Chicago based duo Louis The Child are anything but strangers to KFT. Having covered their stuff from the beginning, I must say the evolution and maturity of their sound is simply astonishing. They’ve embraced the future bass sound, while also keeping it very unpredictable, ambitious, and lively all in one. No better example of that than their smash single, “It’s Strange,” featuring the ever-so-talented ms K. Flay. The Next Wave Records track has gathered 2 mill (and counting) plays on Soundcloud…
Most notably, the track is on the hallowed FIFA 16 tracklist, and was recently named by none other than Taylor Swift as one of her favorites at the moment! See below:
Now to the headline. Less talk, more dates. See below for LTC’s “It’s Strange” tour, a run spanning 20+ cities. If you happen to find yourself in the area, be sure to stop by one of their shows. You won’t regret it!
Click here to listen to all of Louis The Child’s latest tunes.
Sokko & Lyons have been on a roll as of late, coming off a terrific remix of The Chainsmokers’ “Roses” with TELYKast. This time around, the Oregon duo take on one of the hottest records of 2015, with Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?”
While the original is a soothing pop track, the remix takes a more upbeat route with a melodic dub/trap drop. While the drop certainly caught me off guard, it was well executed and really breathed new life into the record. Check it out above, and be sure to heart it on Hype Machine if you enjoyed it as much as I do!
Download | HypeM
Bonus* If you haven’t already heard their “Roses” remix, peep it below: