Los Angeles-based DJ/producer/singer/songwriter Kim Anh is all about good vibes and deep tunes.
After making an impact on the scene as a party promoter, this talented multi-hyphenate has gone on to craft a discerning sound, releasing music on Warner, EMI, and Yellow Year Records. She’s also remixed tracks for big-name-acts like Peaches, Tegan & Sara and Sam Sparro.
We’re thrilled to world premiere the title cut from her forthcoming Make Me Feel EP due out on July 13 via Good For You Records. It’s a melodic deep-house vocal jam that’s gonna rock a lot of dance floors this summer.
Get a first listen below and be sure to check out remixes from Juan Maclean, Craig Williams and Tim K.
A year ago we introduced you to Lúlla, an electronic-pop duo featuring British producer Vern from Nude Disco and Icelandic singer-songwriter Heidrun Bjornsdottir. Their musical recipe is all about pairing two simple ingredients: ’80s European synth-pop and melancholy vocals.
With the 2017 six song mini album Winter In The City and a stellar cover of Pet Shop Boys’ “Love Comes Quickly” under their belt, the pair make a welcome return this month with their new single, “Suffer,” due out July 15 on Nude Disco Records.
Here’s what they had to say about “Suffer,” a track we’re pleased to word premiere: “It tells a story of the complications of three in a relationship. But not the usual three you would think of — the domineering Mother and the conversations that arise from these situations.”
Dance music journeyman CJ Jeff has been making dance floors sweat for nearly two decades, from behind the boards and DJ booth.
The Greek DJ/producer, who runs Rhythmetic Records and has recently released tracks on 8Bit, Objektivity, and Kling Klong, makes a strong return to Yoshitoshi with his new scorcher “So Far From Home.”
Influenced by artists including Massive Attack, Pink Floyd and Danny Tenaglia, the veteran’s new effort is a melodic peak-hour vocal stormer of the highest order.
We’re thrilled to world premiere Yoshitoshi label boss Sharam’s immaculate edit of CJ’s latest and greatest. (It’s your the only opportunity to listen to the track in its entirety.) Hit the play button below and crank it to eleven.
San Francisco DJ/producer Amber Cox is one of several up-and-coming producers featured on Book of Shadows: Various Spells Vol. 2, a terrific six-track compilation out today on James Demon’s Berlin-based Occultists label. (You can preview the release here.)
Cox, who is one half of Slumber with Oona Dahl, has contributed a wonderful video for her track “Active Ritual.”
The video ably marries Cox’s spooky seven-minute ambient-techno track with evocative, dream-like footage displayed on a split-screen.
Hit the play button below and enjoy.