Fuck yes! If this doesn’t make you wanna put down everything, crack open the champagne and hit the dancefloor then you’d better call an ambulance, because you no longer have a pulse.
Emerging dance duo Majestic Minds have a little track for you to slide into the weekend with.
Midnight Pool Party return with a brand new infectious disco dance treat
Here’s a bouncy yet relaxed contemplative daydream about “the good life,” to make your Sunday go down even better from Bearson featuring Lemaitre and josh pan.
Sluff produce another carefree piece of music that exudes the natural easiness the band seems to possess
This new track from Melt Downer is fucking brilliant. Seriously, you need this in your life.
This is so silky smooth you’ll be practically floating to the club tonight.
Check out this mysterious, energetic but also hypnotizingly melancholic 3 minutes and 17 seconds from CULK.
This week’s track to get you in the mood for the weekend is a more chilled-out affair.
With their new album Manic Acid Love out this week, you’ll probably be hearing a lot of Schmieds Puls over the next few weeks, and rightly so
FLUT release another track dripping with 80s panache. Listen here!
If you like Vague then you’ll love singer Gabriel Hyden’s new solo project!
Feel the summer vibes again with pauT and the flowery, sunshine-filled memories this track ignites
Looking for a track dripping in good time vibes to slide into the weekend with? Then press play on this one from NYC artists, warner case and Zak Downtown.
You know those tunes that you hear once and they just hit that sweet spot and you ask yourself, “where has this track been all my life?” Thinkin’ Of by daste. is one of those. […]
Simon Dallaserra of the Austrian band took some time out ahead of the release and their upcoming tour to talk to Substance is Meaningless about the direction of the new album, the influences dreams can have on music, and why you need to make mistakes if you want to progress in life.
Well, this is one weird little video from the sharply-dressed Austrian quartett At Pavillon, as lead singer Mwita Mataro is held captive by three man-children and their sugar daddy. Thankfully, the song that accompanies it is anything but weird as Stop This War focuses on putting an end to pointless bloodshed and quarrels.