The remix/collab we didn’t know we needed, but now it’s here, we’re in love. Brother and sister house duo Shermanology are back with another track showcasing what we know and love them for - those super feel-good vibes in a way that effortlessly commands at least a seat boogie and head bob.
The Caribbean-Dutch dance masters are no strangers to creating funk-infused 90s homage bangers, and this one’s no different. With those Boyz II Men vocals and lyrics that we all have deeply ingrained in our heads and that irresistibly groovy instrumental, we’re certain we’re going to see dozens of ravers going absolutely feral when this drops in the club.
Taken from their Fronzoli album released just three days ago, the band with the best band name of all time returns with what, at first, seems like a chill folk-influenced indie number before it shoots into fuzzy riff chaos.
Grungy, punky, and sounding like it was written and recorded in a garage, there’s some serious heat radiating off this track. From the tempo changes, the interesting scales, shouty vocals, and the stabs at the end, this is catharsis wrapped up into a little over three and a half minutes.
Serum, Voltage, and Bladerunner, collectively known as Kings Of The Rollers, are back with another face-melter. Eerie atmospheric tones set the scene for a melodic but menacing track. The drama and atmosphere of the bridge makes you imagine how euphoric this will be in a club or festival, everything slowing down as the crowd sings at the top of their lungs before that big drop comes back in; everyone screaming as the lasers bounce off every surface.
The trio has got their “next big project on the horizon,” according to the video description on Hospital Records’ upload of the video above, so fans should keep their eyes peeled!
A skilled and underrated name in the UK’s hip-hop and jazz rap scene, Coops just finished a UK tour before releasing his Home Grown EP the other day. Yesterday’s Price is the best chill-out music with a transcendental instrumental featuring hushed acoustic drums, making for one of the best new music releases in November 2023.
His first-ever live performance saw him on London’s O2 Arena stage, opening for none other than Nas, in front of a sold-out crowd. If he continues making tunes as good as the ones he’s already released, we’re sure he’ll be back at that same venue in the headline slot one day. If you’re new to Coops, definitely give him a listen.
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