Is your Spotify sounding a bit sad and repetitive? Dan Aux has seven of the best new chuuuuunes for you to add to your playlist. Get it in ya.
1. Luca Lush - O BB feat. Devault
A genre-bending trap influenced banger with a massive bass drop that will blow minds. Lush gets maximum impact out of every single sound on this production.
2. Kilter - I Hear You
A collaboration with Melbourne’s Madeleine Jayne and MARIBELLE – it’s one that took him a while to get his head around. "My initial writing on this song was focused around the relationship between the growling bass sound and the shifting half time/double time feel in the percussion. It was weird but I felt there was something to it.”
Kilter‘s got a debut album ready to go. It’s been two years in the making. Through The Distortion comes out on June 9.
3. Camo & Krooked - Good Times, Bad Times
Another beautiful record from these drum & bass producers that contstanly blur the lines of the genre.
4. Dillon Francis - Say Less feat. G-Easy
Of course, only Dillon could make rapper G-Easy sound cool! An unlikely collab but one that I definitely won't complain for. One of those tunes that gets you hooked after the first drop! yes, oh yes, oh yes, oh yes!
5. Dimension - Beg & Borrow
A big heavy drum & bass roller featuring African vocalist Takura who many with recognise from Chase & Status' "No Problem".
6. Set Mo - Yeah
Set Me return to their roots with a very classy deeper house tune for the clubs jam packed with funky cowbells, a classic breakbeat and a bassline that will keep you vibing all night long.
7. Slumberjack - Take Me ft. KLP
Taken from their Fracture EP, Slumberjack pick up where What So Not left us on Jaguar... with KLP (vocalist for both). A cinematic trap bomb that will seduce you throughout.
Get em in ya!