S2D2 Vol 99

1. Oli Furness – You Can Win

We’ll start the week off on an upbeat note with some straight up disco… dreamin’ of better times and sunny dance sessions

2. Levemir – Saturday Twin

And keep the vibes going with this delightful tune — love the energy on this one.

3. Blo – Hanwei Forge Practical Katana

Blo is a recent discovery, and I am all about it.

4. Imre Kiss – Shadow Universe

Mood-a-licious.

5. Loure – VUE

Beautiful stuff. A bit of jazz horn, a dash of soulful vocals, and some serene synths in a symbiotic relationship.

6. Royer – clqsse2 (simpleversion)

The chillest thing you’ll hear all week. Love those gentle synths… like an angel’s beating wings…lol

7. Nackt & Michael Claus – Grey Skies

Nackt was one of the artists who died in the Ghost Ship fire. I’m wondering if Michael Claus finished it up for him, or if they were collaborating from the beginning. Either way, it’s a fabulous track. Some real Bay Area acid vibes, with a modern slant.

8. Lone – From A Past Life

An understated heavy hitter from Lone

9. Maxxi Soundsystem – Still Motion

There’s something about this one that I keep coming back to. It’s a simple song, but it makes me smile.

10. Dark Sky – Kilter

Dark Sky can always be counted upon to release some killer music… latest release no exception.

S2D2 Vol 91

1. Folamour – Each Day Is A First Day

French producer Folamour drops this downright delightful cut of warm, organic, house music. This song will bring some sun to even the most miserable winter days.

2. Chaos In The CBD – United Identities

One of four sultry chill house tracks on their new record label, In Dust We Trust. This track is stimulating in like, the calmest way possible.

3. Z Lovecraft – Myriad

Endlessly soothing acid house out of London. Polished, warm, muted = blissed out.

4. Supreems – Us Together

From Belgian producer Supreems comes a gorgeous, slow-burning, slice of a dreamy, hazy wonderland. Supreme, indeed.

5. Sporting Life – Sport X Frank Ocean – Florida State

Put on headphones and drown in this one.

6. k2k – We Down For

I’m a sucker for Brandy vocals and R&B infused dance tunes. k2k is a graduate from Red Bull Music Academy (a school that consistently spits out brilliant producers, and is a massive supportive force in the underground scene)

7. Blo — Strong(er)

Virtually unknown London producer Blo with a stunning piece of music that hits all the right notes – warm, swirling synths, broken, pattering percussion, and an acid groove that breaks down amidst soulful, heavy vocals. In the last act it all comes together and I just wanna dance.

8. Norwell – Citadel

A pulsing, futuristic track that has that kind of electronic grit that would fit right in on a Blade Runner soundtrack. Or Tron, now that I think about it.

9. Voiski – Let Down Disco

More galactic house for ya, my new favorite genre (that I made up). Could also call this progressive disco, haha. Love the groove, love the way the rhythms and synths unfold. By the end, I just wanna rage – the mark of a great progressive track.

10. Andrew Red Hand – Symphony Nr 303

Let’s finish this mix off with a relentless piece of acid house that’ll get your heart racing. Twelve minutes of fun, groovy times.