Aerotique & Glaceo - Drive
Driven by an infectiously groovy piano line, Drive is the kind of melodic deep house banger that never fails to take a party from zero to one-hundred. While the skeleton of the song supports chill listening, this tune’s MK-esque qualities make it perfect for the club or festival set. Released shortly after their successful September single, Always, Drive and its accompanying music video have the potential to perform at an elite level on playlists looking for pent up danceable energy packaged as a chilled out summer house tune.
Of the track the duo says this: "Drive" is all about driving your car without any limitations and without thinking too much. it's the pure joy and happiness of driving fast cars that made us write that song. in this specific case it's the car which I featured on the cover and in the music video as well. I love thinking back to those moments I would spend with a very special person in that old timer. the project is dedicated to that person and is our way of showing how we loved those moments.
Hykuu - Coming Home (feat. Summer Heart)
This new collaborative effort between Hykuu & Summer Heart is the perfect track for hazey fall playlists. In it, Hykuu takes a step in a more washed out direction, that sands in a chilled out contrast to the Future Bass anthems he is known for. Summer Heart retains his signature vocal presence in a dreamy dazed out falsetto that is sure to please.
Both artists have been met with much praise in the past, having both hit multitudes of Spotify playlists including Viral Charts, New Music Fridays, Fresh Finds Best of The Year lists, and Mood/Genre playlists like Creamy, Dance Rising, Hits Alegres, Fren De Semana and indie tastemaker playlists like the H&M In Store Playlist. They have also been praised by blogs & Written Press like The Guardian, The Fader, Indie Shuffle, EARMILK, The Line of Best Fit, High Clouds, Clash Magazine, I heart moosiq, Acid Stag, and Going Solo!
Jay Warren - Wait
Jay Warren’s new R&B/pop fusion track leans heavily on Jay’s silk laden vocal performance as well as bold production choices. As he croons, laidback, spaced out beats with a heavily emphasized electric guitar line drives broodingly towards the inevitable conclusion. Jay’s loving calls for patience remind the listener that sometimes all you need to do is wait.
Fancy Feelings - NYLA (feat. Anya Marina)
Oli Chang is most known for the celebrated ambient dream-pop of High Highs, a long-running collaboration with Jack Milas. His first electronic music project was called Theatre Of Disco, which was one of Australian label Future Classic’s first signings. Chang was drawn back to dance music whilst writing High Highs second album. During this time he also started “LOVELESS NIGHTS,” a cult, wildly diverse dance party held at EL Cortez, Brooklyn, which also served as a testing ground and incubator for Animal Feelings.
Zac Colwell is the leader of psych pop band Fancy Colors. He's collaborated with Dubstep pioneer and deep house DJ Alex Burkat, of Montreal, Kishi Bashi, Pat Van Dyke, Big Data, and Grammy-nominated Innov Gnawa.
Zac and Oli met at studio in Soho NYC amidst collaborations and creatively clicked. Fancy Colors blurred into Animal Feelings and Fancy Feelings was born. Of the track, The duo says this:
“This is a song written about how living in NYC intoxicates us into never being able to leave. We wanted to bring songwriting back to french disco in the funnest way we could imagine.”