Tendencies - Yeah! (feat. SUPERSEX420)

Free n Losh are back with a sparkling, glimmering new track named I Love You So. The Toronto based production duo bring both chill and uplifting future vibes on the beautifully ethereal jam, while sampling the always irresistible chorus from Candyman’s Knocking Boots (which you might also recognize from Shaggy’s Luv Me, Luv Me). It doesn’t get much more euphoric and effervescent than this treat.

It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a remix of Odesza’s spectacular music (that debut album, wow). But this stunning rendition of Jenni Potts featuring White Lies, by a producer named INSTRUM, is a must. He takes the ethereal track and transforms it into an epic tropical deep house jam. Entrancing bass and an infusion of instrumentals are the perfect pairing with Jenni Potts’ siren like, enchanting vocals.  

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ARTIST: Aviators

Here’s some Sonic Unleashed for your Too Legit Tuesday.

This remix of “Endless Possibility” is amazing! Think of Owl City, because this vocal remix captures that style perfectly. And hopefully, this won’t be the last we hear from The Aviators.

Download it here.

-Samurai Echidna.


Drum&Bass is back! My newest drum cover! Check it like it, dislike it, share it and enjoy it!

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Porter Robinson released one of the best electronic albums of last year when he dropped debut album Worlds. It’s tough to pick a favorite song off of it, with all the different styles he incorporated into the many great tracks, and all the guests he enlisted, too. One of the most laid back and tranquil tracks on the album is of course, Fellow Feeling, and a exceptional new future bass version of the bubbly, anime and video game evoking tune has surfaced, courtesy of a Canadian producer and Moving Castle collective artist named Chet Porter (not a side project of Chet Faker and Porter Robinson, to be clear).