Keeping with the relaxed theme on this Sunday afternoon, it’s time to start giving Life of Dillon the attention they deserve. This acoustic driven trio is multi-talented, working with soulful heartfelt vocals to flip Years & Years “Eyes Shut” into a true ballad. Fan of what you hear? Grab Life of Dillon’s EP here!
LTMR is slowly but surely evolving his sound each remix that passes us by. This time around the young Philadelphia based product took on his idol, A-Trak, and transformed “We All Fall Down” into a tempo focused slowjam. While I’m a huge fan of the Volt & State version, this one takes a totally different approach – and I’m all for it!
I’m (still) a huge fan of Steve James’ rendition of this track, but am always happy to entertain multiple remixes when a song has this strong of vocals. Solstis are a first-timer on KFT, and comes in strong with this tasteful future-trap production.
Download: Win & Woo – The Untitled Five (Tape 2)
Closed Sessions Bonus: Q&A w/ Prince Fox
Talk about getting over the Monday blues… two awesome mixes for different times of the day. While Win & Woo unveil part 2 of their 5 part mix series, with chill and rythmic tunes, Prince Fox unleashes a future “hip-pop” half hour of jams. Both of these are must-listens, from the very start to finish.. don’t skip a beat!
Not to say I’m not a fan of Dillon Francis’ vintage style of production, but I inparticularly enjoyed his remix of James Hersey’s “Coming Over” with Kygo. While it was completely out of left field for Francis, it was an intriguing move for his sound. He is further committing to that very direction with this here remix of Disclosure + Sam Smith’s “Omen.” Check it out above on the stream, and stay tuned as it should be available on iTunes/Spotify any day now…
The idea behind The Sunday Collection is simple: easing you into next week. Enjoy.