Aside from the original regrettable lyric “and you need to know / that I’m hella obsessed with your face,” Ferdinand Weber’s remix of LANY’s ILYSB is a perfectly crafted indie-dance song.
While the average end of the week playlist here focuses on sounds you would seek out from the hours of 9pm to 3am, this one should be able to carry you through everything in between. It’s a smattering of things with the common theme of an absurdly catchy chorus: a breezy Kygo remix with one of the best vocal-chopping hooks you’ll hear, a funky pop tune seemingly from another era brought to you by UK lady group JUCE, a couple of heartbreakers from the HAIM-esque Shura, finished off with Banks’ newest jam. This is tested-and-true park-lounging music.
Bonus tropical chill remix of Swedish House Mafia’s ONE. What!
Extremely danceable, steel drums and saxophone present, a Lana Del Rey remix and less than 10,000 plays on each tune means you’re going into the weekend armed with something fresh. The newest additions to the weekend playlist are from The Dealer, which you can listen to below And if you’re looking for somewhere to get moving to more sounds like this, check out the event beneath the playlist for Main Squeeze at Holocene Saturday May 31.
Bixel Boys from LA, “underground tunes for big rooms,” with their take on the new Crystal Method. A taste of garage and house with top-notch vocals from Dia Frampton
Lyrics you’ll recognize, tunes you can groove to. Lovin’ me some retwerked, sexy slow-made-faster jams.
First one is originally from Frank Ocean. Givin’ a groovy baseline and and a some ole piano over the chorus. Sounds straight out of a hip art exhibit DJ set?