Catch some surreal house grooves courtesy of Viricide Filly with this latest dream-inspired tune! Driven forward by a beat of kick drum and pumping synth, the track is also swathed in a thick layer of bass and heavily processed “Giggle at the Ghostly” vocal chops. If you’re hooked, be sure to subscribe to Viricde’s channel so you don’t miss out on her forthcoming album “Back From Reality”.
If you love vocal-driven tracks, Sights Unseen has a tune for you. Bright and lush instrumentation cradles several verses of mournful lyrics as the track marches forward in a tale of grieving and acceptance.
Fiesta! Ahaha, I think it’s radical whenever producers sample their local dubs on tracks as it’s a great reminder that this truly is an international community. Super fun tune here from Eniix driven by a pumping beat, playful basslines, and vocals that are definitively Pinkie Pie regardless of the language. If you’d love to hear more tracks like this, remember to leave a comment on the track 😀
Woah… really cool track here from Kiwi via the A Little Bit Of Charity project! Piano and synth create an array of gorgeous melodies to accompany some just as lovely vocals. Definitely one to check out!
Featured on his recently released album, Fruity brings the core with a VIP of one of his most iconic tracks. If you’re looking for disto kicks, screeches, and pony vocals don’t pass this one up 🙂
Here’s a “euro-groove” from the one and only Grizzly (also congrats on hitting 1000 subs ayy). I admit I was totally expecting something in the way of “Yellow Line” from the producer as soon as I saw there was a racing episode, and while this track does opt for a more complex, chill approach, it’s still a nice retro tune for the techno fans.
If you’re looking for a lengthy, melodic tune, eksoka has you covered. The composition is primarily delivered through piano chords and synth arpeggios though there are some cool fills that dance around in the stereo image.
Back with another amazing score, GhostXb has crafted a versatile and complex soundtrack for the Trinity series of artwork by Legacy 350. The composition combines electric guitar, hella sci-fi synth arpeggios, choirs, and other orchestral elements to create something really grand.
Here’s a double feature from Otarine who has taken two different remix approaches to Synthis’ track “Insane” ft. Sora. This first one takes some inspiration from the tech house style predominantly heard in the hypnotic lead loop.
This second remix additionally employs a bright, house approach with the heavy use of detuned chords pumping over a steady beat.
Here’s a short tune from Atmosphery Pony. There’s some cool guitar work in the background but it’s the vocals that really carry the track which despite its length is nicely paced with an organic rhythm.