Songs of the Week 78: September 11 – September 17

flawes#5. Flawes – You Are All I See

If you are a fan of R I T U A L, Aquilo or similar, then dig in for some good times with Flawes. A serene yet emotive You Are All I See is my favorite track from their Unspkn EP released a few weeks ago.

glass-animals#4. Glass Animals – Youth

Heard this track wayyy back when the video was released in July, and it took all the willpower I had to hold off sharing until now (I decided to wait until they released their album). This song kinda creeps me out. I don’t know what it is, but it just gives me a sense of unease… and yet I still find myself enjoying every moment of it.

ali-robertson#3. Ali Robertson – Closer

If I was a better person, I’d go back and dig through my post history to find proof – but instead I’m just going to claim that Ali Robertson is 3 for 3 with his releases finding a place on my weekly lists. Needless to say I’m a fan. This track does it for me with the little “oooh ooh ooh” vocal loop that plays during the chorus. Nice times.

moonzz#2. Hydde & MOONZz – Anything You Want //

It’s not just Ali Robertson that is killing it with every release right now… MOONZz continues to impress me with her ability to produce different sounds with each new track. Loving this collab with Hydde.


#1. Rye – Wildlife

While there’s some work to be done on the branding side of things (yea I’m talking to you user 925934873…), you can’t deny the pompous swagger of WildlifeIt’s one of those songs that knows it’s good and doesn’t give a shit. Plus it comes in at that sweet spot for length: ~2.45. Just long enough to get you grooving, but ending early enough that it leaves you wanting more. And so, we hit play again. And again. And again.

Songs of the Week 59: May 1 – May 7

ali robertson#5. Ali Robertson – Crazy

Nice little pop song from Ali Robertson for his follow up to Something About Your Love. Well built and ready for the radio.

sterling grove#4. Sterling Grove Feat.  Ellyn Woods – Sound of Home (Snowmass Remix) //

Love the deep house vibes that Soundmass have injected into Sterling Grove’s Sound of Home. Pump your speakers up and make sure that bass is maxed out as this one is heavy.

chrome sparks#3. Chrome Sparks Feat. Steffaloo – So Far 2 Go

So I MAAYYYYY be a tad late on this one. Ok I’m four years late. But hey, better late than never.

tobi lou#2. Tobi Lou – Game Ova

Came across Tobi a few weeks ago when Hopefully was released (check out the his Soundcloud above to hear that track), but Game Ova was the song I kept coming back to. Incredibly catchy with a nice, delicate… almost playful flow.

jenaux#1. Jenaux – Get It On

This is dirty electro at it’s finest. I feel like if Michael Jackson came back to us and decided to become a DJ, this is what he’d make (or maybe it’s just the MJ-sounding vocal samples used in this track that have me thinking that). When that drop at 1:00 happens, shit gets real. Loving this so much.