Luna Shadows fourth song, Waves, is pure and dreamy. The Los Angeles based singer songwriter and producer has already taken us to some magical places with her last three songs. Now, she tops it off with Waves, her most splendorous electronic pop song yet. Waves’ luscious vibrancy takes the song’s warm gooey pop into ardent dance music territory. Luna Shadows’ saccharine vocals remind me of Elohim, but swaddled in an intoxicating rich density that leaves me tossing and turning at the mercy of these emotional tidal waves. I gladly let go and ride the restless surge. Luna Shadows co-wrote and co-produced Waves alongside rad Hale of Sombear and Now, Now, while Ryan Shanahan and The Naked and Famous’ Thom Powers turned in additional production, too. The song will be out on iTunes tomorrow, June 18th.
Du warst die Königin der Nacht dieser Traum gehörte dir allein Auch wenn die Zeit dich jetzt besiegt du wirst immer bei mir sein und eine Melodie erklingt viel schöner noch, als je zuvor und ein Licht strahlt in der Nacht steig’ empor und fang’ es ein
There’s something about Lana Del Rey’s sadcore, melancholic music that lends itself perfectly to darkness. In fact, darkness lurks within her music. Washington producer BLVCK CEILING brings out the inkiness of Lizzy Grant’s Honeymoon hit, High By The Beach, on a haunting and thrilling remix. Gossamer vocals, droning synths, and spacious echos call for my twisted heart on the sinister confection. Download the simultaneously chilling and searing remix direct from BLVCK CEILING’s Soundcloud.
Fresh off of enrapturing us with a sensational remix of Skott’s Porcelain comes a face melting new remix from Los Angeles’ AWAY. There’s really no easy way to put this. AWAY has given psych pop darling BØRNS’s American Money a jaw dropping edit that might keep your pulse rate heightened for the rest of the night. Good luck trying to sleep soon after listening to this sludgy dark, savage trembling remix. The gratifying future bass and trap remix is cinematic haunting. At the rate AWAY is going, he might be my favorite future bass artist of the moment and for much time to come.