MANICS’ “Make Out Room” pays homage to San Francisco’s Mission District dive club of the same name. Reminiscent of Holy Ghost!, The Rapture and LCD Soundsystem, the track is a disco dance punk cut that captures the energy and dysfunction of the scenes inside small clubs around the world. “Make Out Room” is filled with stiff drinks, destructive lovers, bad drugs and too many characters acting out.
Smooth synths and a hopelessly funky bass line will drive you through Bankwell’s newest single “Time Machine”.
Bankwell’s vocals ooze through the many tape affects in this track bringing you into instant nostalgia of summer nights in the 80’s.
“Time Machine” has some Chromeo inspired rhythms with a Neon Indian vocal affect.
Stay tuned for the release date and music video!
South Detroit based TEO returns with a set of infectious grooves that will make you move. Drawing influence from classic house and lounge cuts, the "Watch Me Move" EP is a beamingly bright offering from the midwest producer just in time for Movement Detroit.
This EP is a collection of songs written during our 50-day tour across America. We heard many stories from the amazing people we met on our adventure. We want to thank these individuals for helping shape “Rosebud” into a unique project. We proved to ourselves that we could still make art even during intense changes in life. Through our music, we have gained insight on how to tell more impactful stories about our experiences.
Niteppl has been on a bit of hiatus this past year. After releasing 3 albums under the moniker, Alton San Giovanni decided to experiment and expand. Between joining the tour roster for Low Roar, co-writing with Poolside and launching his folk project Elwood Mercy, San Giovanni has been ever busy even with Niteppl dormant. But all behemoths have to wake eventually. The San Francisco multi-instrumentalist and producer is back with "Cruel". Complete with his own vocal work, the track walks a fine edge between nu-disco and indie that feels like a culmination of Niteppl's signature sounds rolled into something new.
Pounding kick drums, electro bassline, hands-in-the-air build-ups: “Make Me Feel Love” bears all the hallmarks of dance floor-filling euphoria. But rising up through the rush, Persona Non Lisa’s vocals ring out like a distress signal in a chaotic world. Her performance soars and cries, calling out for love through an eerie sheen of digital processing. The track by the San Francisco-based collaboration calls to mind nu-disco stalwarts Tensnake, Hercules & Love Affair and Anabel Englund, and will feel equally at home on the earbuds as the club soundsystem. The single comes packaged with a re-work from producer Austin Fraser, who ups the dance floor drama to new heights. Persona Non Lisa & Austin Fraser’s “Make Me Feel Love” will be released to all major digital music platforms Februa...
"Anything I Do" - the breakout single from Texas disco dude, Dynamique, get the remix treatment. Featuring 4 unique takes on the Daft Punk inspired, vocoder laden original, this EP features up and comers Monoteq & Grisha Gerrus, Alex Harrington, Collioure & Maratta.
San Francisco's RZN8R is back with his emotionally charged R&B. Featuring Atosa on vocals, "Still I Fell" is the first single of 2018 from the Pyramind graduate who's tracks have become synonymous with the feels.
Persona Non Lisa and Austin Fraser return to the studio to deliver “Shattering,” a high-octane blast of vocal-driven techno drama. An acidic bass loop twists and bubbles, building tension until an explosive crescendo, while Persona Non Lisa creates a powerful emotional landscape through a breakthrough vocal performance. The track is sure to please fans of the electronic pop of Roisin Murphy and Anabel Englund, or the sleek tech house of Tale of Us and Maceo Plex.