Songs of the Week 226: July 28 – August 3

russell louder#5. Steph Copeland Feat. Russell Louder – Who You Gotta Love

soundcloud.com/russelllouder // soundcloud.com/stephcopeland

Dramatic and catchy stuff from Steph Copeland & Russell Louder.


paper idol#4. Paper Idol – Still So Alive

soundcloud.com/iampaperidol

This feels like a track that I will come to like a lot more down the road. It’s felt lost in the shuffle, as there’s been an abundance of new (quality) music over the last few weeks.


charlie burg#3. Charlie Burg Feat. J. Robb – The Steeze

soundcloud.com/charlie-burg

This is smooooooooth. Wasn’t expecting bedroom jams from Charlie Burg, but here we are.


elijah woods#2. Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine – Taste

soundcloud.com/elijahwoodsxjamiefine

Really digging a lot of tracks from the duo Jamie Fine & Elijah Woods after discovering them a couple weeks ago.


still haze#1. Julian Avila – Solo (Still Haze Remix)

soundcloud.com/stillhaze // soundcloud.com/julian_avila

Still Haze kills it with his remix of Solo. Now if only it was available on Spotify….. (please Still Haze. Please)

Songs of the Week 199: January 20 – January 26

james blake#5. James Blake – Don’t Miss It

soundcloud.com/jamesblakeofficial

James Blake doing his James Blake things – making unusual music and showing off his crazy range in vocals.


mansionair#4. Mansionair – Shadows

soundcloud.com/mansions-2

Lovely little pop track from the boys at Mansionair.


shipwrek#3. Ship Wrek Feat. Grace – Make It Last

soundcloud.com/theshipwrek

I may just be hitting up the wrong spots, but it feels like it’s been a really slow past few months for poppin dance tracks. Make It Last temporarily fills that void.


charlie burg2#2. Charlie Burg Feat. Austenyo – Avalanche

soundcloud.com/charlie-burg

Still blasting the new Charlie Burg album a couple weeks after it’s release. Avalanche is another stand out track, with Austenyo’s verse making for some sweet sweet grooves.


broods#1. Broods – Hospitalized

soundcloud.com/broods

Love me some Broods. They put out quality track after quality track, usually highlighted by a quirky dance verse much like we have here. Good times.