The monster bassist announces a new mini-LP with his Brainfeeder crew (FlyLo, Kamasi Washington, etc), shares this song which, Okayplayer
says, "ascends with his gooey bubble-gum bass licks and super-smooth croon," and lands at #1 most-blogged this week.
It's London vs. Sydney, as two regular visitors to Hype Machine's Popular chart pair up on the same track. UK duo Snakehips delivers a chilled-out, summery makeover to one of the standout tunes on the debut LP from Aussie dance duo Flight Facilities.
Blending "laid-back college rock and ’60s-reminiscent pop" (Stereogum
), Brooklyn trio EZTV preview their soon-to-be released debut on Captured Tracks with a tune "you want to blast in the car while the sun's rays pour through the open windows."
On-point blogs like Cruel Rhythm
are excited about this smooth new London-based project. Crack In The Road
calls their latest upload—the second featuring singer Ninna Lundberg—a "glitchy yet vocally perfect number."
Only two weeks ago we featured the original version of this one from 2015 blog fave Shura. But this week brings its "evil twin" in the form of a remix by founder of London post-industrialists Factory Floor, Gabriel Gurnsey (whose own solo LP is out soon too).
, the debut LP from Japan-based ambient artist Noah.
Oral History of Dubstep: "It's like 2-step, but it's got dub in it. It's kind of like... dubstep."
Thanks for listening!
- Dave, Dev & Team Hype Machine