Chapel Sound member Tails does a nice remix to Cash Out’s 2012 “Hold Up” featuring Wale, stream or download above!
Jordan Rakei from Brisbane, Australia has released several exquisite Neo-soul tracks for over a year now and in August his second EP Groove Curse came out on Soul Has No Tempo which you can purchase here. What can we say about this cat besides the obvious that he’s incredibly talented and the soulful vibes he provides leaves you with a strong hope that this type of music is far from dead and it’s satisfying seeing someone still do it like this. His vocals float you across the whole EP with each track having it’s own strong soulful style with a touch of a reggae influence, if you like D’Angelo, Maxwell or anything like those artists you’ll love Jordan. The EP features vocals from Gwenn Bunn who is the vocalist and producer for Schoolboy Q’s “Collard Greens” featuring Kendrick Lamar if the music doesn’t reassure you’re liking towards this amazing artist. Stream his tracks above or the whole EP below and make sure to purchase this artists beautiful work.
Local cat Jolin Ras has been busy working on new music especially since it’s all original material, with his new work he leaps from Hip-Hop based beats to straight Footwork and everything in-between. This track “INDIGO KIDs” samples Nelly’s debut single “Country Grammar (Hot Shit)” from his 2000 debut album, Jolin does some heavy synth work that’ll have you bobbin’ your head no matter what. Catch the kid at Fortune Sound Club for Rustie & Nadus November 7th and Ryan Hemsworth November 29th, stream or download above!
France’s LeMarquis has proven himself to be a smooth funky house producer, his original material stands on it’s own but his remixes revive the classics he chooses and gives them a dance worthy flip. This time he gives a great house remix to Ludacris’s second single “Stand Up” from his 2003 album Chicken-n-Beer, stream or download above!
BNJMN all the way from Kingston, Jamaica collaborates with Flow-Fi co-founder Fortune taking on Toro Y Moi’s “Imprint After” from his 2010 album Causers Of This. The two give it a bass heavy flip while still keeping the chill vibe the original song had but with some knockin’ bass, stream or download above!
Canadian talent Jacques Greene releases the first track “1 4 Me” of his upcoming EP After Life, After Party set to release on November 11th. This has all of the Greene elements everyone loves mixing an R&B vibe with house which only leave you wanting more, it will include remixes by Suicideyear & Sel A, purchase the EP here and stream the track above. Don’t forget all you Vancouver people, Jacques will be hitting up Fortune Sound Club for a live set December 11th along with HNNY and locals Wolfey, Samuel Scott & JSPH. More info on the event here oh and check out the music video below!
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Recent Soulection signee Sam Gellaitry has jumped between different genre’s and vibes effortlessly with this new track “Belonging” having a Hip-Hop influence compared to his previous releases covering everything from Trap to House, keep an eye on his upcoming release on Soulection because this kid’s got talent. Stream above!
Amika Akaya has just released a new remix to Duke Dumont’s tropical deep house track “I Got U,” with his take of heavy hitting trap sounds still keeping the chill vibes going through out the song. This one is a free download so make sure to get it on the soundcloud player. Also if you have time make sure to take a listen to his massive new “Stay Trill DJ Mix Vol.3″ (Halloween Edition) bellow.