Patriots just squeaked by with a one-point win over Cleveland, and my Fantasy is putting up great numbers despite the fact I’m no longer in the playoffs. The academic semester is coming to a close, I’m getting a new apartment next month, and I’ve been spending an absurd amount of time in Boston, which is for the better. Can’t wait to move out of the ghetto in Lowell. This weeks tunes come from the far reaches of the internet.
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First up from South Wales is a hip-hop producer who goes by Iwan Williams. I found his music on 4chan’s /mu/ board, which despite 4chan’s general immaturity, can be a useful resource for discovering unknown producers. This one is called France.
Orlande from Oakland got some fresh twerking with that Latin vibe.
Broadway Slim got on some deep twerk vibes on this one, pushing boundaries of this newly found midtempo vibe.
The homies Milo & Otis with this fruity new track, catching on to this twerk bit.
Dance times with Flying Horse from New York, this acid-disco inspired house track really got me jamming.
New Viceroy jam bringing sunshine and warm to this cold December month. Got midtempo disco beats with poppy vocals that truly reflects his musical mission.
Culprate remixing Pretty Lights… absolutely amazing. Stunning glitch hop at raised tempo makes this journey really intense like.
New Jersey Club banger from Melbourne’s Swick, nicely samples rap over a classic club beat.
Kapo going in on new Ricky Vaughn, keeping moombahton well and alive. Great sampling and a nice clean drop is what I like to hear in big moombah tracks.
This Smoke Illusion bootleg of Faithless has that festival/big room trap vibe going on, emphasis on melodies and the grinding lead.
Filthy Disco Remix of The Partysquad and Boaz van de Beatz is what I’m looking for in electro house these days. Simple energetic bass that fills the frequencies.1