Get your ears ready for some of the best streaming tunes around that you should be introducing your ears drums to. So many tracks and so little time. This week’s fix comes from Matoma, Snakehips, Mr Little Jeans, Buchanan, Sigma, Coldplay + more.
Stumble up Sunday is what I’m calling today as this track from Soky featuring Léon Rudolf literally has me ‘Captivated’. It’s a hypnotic deep house floor filler out on Berlin’s Selected.
I am hooked on this Blonde remix of Martin Solveig’s ‘+1′ at the moment. The original of this deep house throbber was getting some streaming here back in May but since then it’s been a bit of a stealth track online. This mix is sensational.
Tiësto has worked some magic on his remix of Jess Glynne’s ‘Take Me Home’. The class act original of this one is taken from her debut album I Cry When I Laugh and this mix is the icing on the cake to a stellar 2015.
In celebration of Matoma’s new album ‘Hakuna Matoma’ and his Australian tour, we have a 15 track mix of tropical house, hip hop and more from this glorious Norwegian artist.
This is a double dose of joy with Slumberjack dropping a new track, featuring GRRL PAL on the stellar offering ‘Enigma’. This collaboration is fire!
Absolutely love this Big Z remix for Monogem and the killer track ‘Wait and See’. Another example of class RnB coming through the musical woodwork and everything harking back to an early 90s sound. This is golden.
New track ‘The Doghouse’ from Limbic Void harks back to the sound of early Visage and pulls it all forward into the world of 2015. Synth. Electronic drums. Killer vocals from Iben Bjørg Anton. What more could you want?
Time to drift away and let you drop into another worldly place with Element and new track ‘Daydream’ featuring Jack Forster.
In support for the debut album It’s Always Sunny When You’re Cool, the fine folk of Flavor Waster have dropped a Guest Playlist for YMR featuring some stellar tuneage.
Elephante pulls it out of the hat like a magician on this remix for Nathan Skyes and taking ‘Over and Over Again’ to a track and remix that you’ll want to play repeatedly.
Big fan of the original version of this one and also a HUGE fan of the remix from Kat Krazy.
It took me ages to find this mashup after hearing it at a bar recently. The Weeknd vs. Tribe Called Quest is an absolute mashup of golden proportions from Cousin Cole.
New track ‘Troubles’ is royally delicious. It might only bounce along for 2 and a half minutes but it’s long enough to give you something to chow down on.
Palace has dropped this synth filled poptastic track featuring GodWolf. I highly recommend you let the waves of ‘Can’t Stop’ crash upon your soul on this one.
It’s time to chase the flashing lights with Luke Million on new track ‘Archetype’ doing his best Chromeo and Daft Punk impression here. It’s all mighty fine.
Sam Padrul sprinkles some magic dust here on Tobtok’s ‘Shelter’ featuring Alex Mills. This will leave you breathless.
Each new track from Manor is a little droplet of heaven to the ears. The swirling psychedelica that is ‘Grand Mal’ continues the down pour from the Melbourne duo.
Kyla La Grange storms into the ears with new track ‘Skin’, which gets under your skin on this slow burner of a track.
We’ve been listening to this for a week now as part of our YMR Weekly Playlist and this is just a beautiful track taken from the forthcoming long player titled SVIIB to be released February 12th.
Actor have dropped the fourth track to grace our ears in the last 6 months and ‘Uppercut’ might be the most polished one we’ve heard so far. It keeps the underlying darkness of previous tracks ‘Feline’ and ‘Baby Cries’ but it also manages to add a dash of light to the mix too.
Molly Moore has launched an assault on our senses with her new track ‘Peace of My Heart’. This is simply divine and risen straight to the top of our YMR Weekly Playlist for this week’s selection.
Anthem time courtesy of Elephante here with this smoking remix of Mako’s ‘Smoke Filled Room’ which just delights. If you know the original version of this you know it can be emotional and this remix still captures your heart like it should.
Cheat Codes know how to give you a catchy anthem that will circle your head for days. New track ‘Follow You’ will do just that and you’ll not want it to leave the cavities of your brain.
The sound that can spill forth from the darkness can sometimes be the best. Exhibit A. would be ‘ACBTY’ from TWINKIDS. This is the kind of vibe that you need to switch all of the lights off and play in the absolute blackness to get the most out of this one.
Funk LeBlanc is an absolute favourite on YMR and with remixes like this, it is no wonder. Seriously. This is just an absolutely delicious slice of yesteryear synth pop that harks back to the sounds of the classics from the likes of Prince, Breakbot and more.
Baio has put the magic of the track ‘Brainwash Yyrr Face’ in the hands of the remix wizard Sondrio and he’s gone and taken us all to a housetastic place. Get on this mix.
This cover of the TLC classic ‘No Scrubs’ from CAPPA is synthtastic. This is damn silky stuff and adds to CAPPA’s repertoire. No Scrubs here.
99 Souls give you another sensational remix with this take on Snakehips featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper. If you loved the original mix of ‘All My Friends’, wait until you get onto this remix for the club. Gold. Gold. Gold.
Heres a quick and simple fact. Racing Glaciers have not written a dud track yet. I’m quite staggered how good each and every track is from this band and ‘Seems Like A Good Time’ has just knocked it out of the park even further.
Amtrac drops ‘Lover’ and we LOVE it. Pun yes! Golden track? Absolutely! This new single is out now as part of Kitsune’s Hot Stream compilation.
The calibre of artists that have been collaborating with DJ Fresh in the last 12 months has been quite monstrous. New track ‘How Love Begins’ continues that artist reaping with High Contrast and Dizzee Rascal getting in on the DJ Fresh action.
‘We Are Affected’ marks the return of the Melbourne four-piece Clubfeet. It’s their first splash of new music since 2013’s critically acclaimed Heirs & Graces and this does not disappoint.
Yellow Claw has joined forces with acclaimed producer Flux Pavilion and teen sensation vocalist Naaz for their powerful new single ‘Catch Me’. Me thinks that this could be an anthem and a half that you’ll want to catch like a disease.
New track ‘Records’ from Paul Conrad is the equivalent of Lana Del Rey wearing Interpol clothing. How awesome does that sound? Bloody good, I can tell you.
Matoma drops a killer new track that slices it up with Frenship. ’Knives’ is getting our appetites going for Norway’s Matoma hitting Australian shores later in the year. Off of the back of this track, we’re counting down to it.
I was wondering where Emma Louise had gone. After some sensational debut tracks a couple of years back, it was a case of vanishing off of the radar until the recent collaboration with Flight Facilities.
Feel the heat on this bootleg remix from Young Bombs for ‘Sunlight’ from The Magician featuring Years & Years.
Chelsea Lankes is back to sock it to you with her new track ‘Home’ that kicks off where we left off, with her impeccable vocals and song writing skills.
Australian music maestro Cleopold has served up another delicious treat with ‘Scarlet’,his second single out on Detail Co., a boutique record label owned and curated by Chet Faker.
What could possibly make me happier than hearing a new Oliver Nelson track? Hearing the remix of it by Plastic Plates…that’s what! This is a two for one remix bonus and my goodness, how good it is.