October Playlist

s we head into the darker Autumn months, my taste in music has followed suit. Some of this month’s selections are moody, deeper and darker than usual. That being said, I’ve still adhered to maintain a full selection of genres, just expect things to be a little more tense,...

Jacques Greene – 1 4 Me

anada’s purveyor, performer and producer of electronic music, Jacques Greene, is back on LuckyMe with ‘1 4 Me’. His progressive style gets me every time and his breathtaking, somewhat prosaic ability to spot just the right vocal sample is rare. This number encompasses a number of styles namely: house, dubstep,...

Blue Hawaii – Get Happy

aving been championed by the likes of Jon Hopkins (which I should I mention is the best compliment you could receive in the electronic music world), Blue Hawaii are blowing the indie/electronic world away with their Bon Iver meets Sigur Rós hybrid amalgamation of awesomeness. ‘Get Happy’ is part...

J Tropic – Who U Are

his new tune by J Tropic is pure (pop) fire. The tempo in ‘Who U Are’ bounces lightly and the drama of the whole thing escalates beautifully allowing the vocals to display real feelings, as cheesy as that sounds. The synth-laden ambience explodes at every chorus with the instrumentals lying somewhere...

Talos – Bloom

alos is capable of making smart pop anthems. His music is the soundtrack to black-tie balls with sounds that lay akin Jessie Ware’s sultry voice, Jessie Lanza’s tangled production and more obviously, James Blake’s floaty soundscape. ‘Bloom’ is a ballad with vocals that bleed into an instrumental and sometimes...

Dusky – Yoohoo

lfie and Nick are back with Yoohoo off their very own imprint, 17 Steps. The record sees the South London boys head back into more housier territory with their last few EP’s, namely ‘Love Taking Over’, ‘Careless’ and ‘Vanishing Point’ pointing in a deeper techno direction. ‘Yoohoo’s’ nineties piano-house...