We’ve got 5 really great tracks for today’s On Repeat. The songs definitely run the gamut of emotions. I’m hoping you’ll smile, laugh, dance, get a lil introspective, and hopefully have some spine shivers. Lets dive in and see what happens.
The first, an original jam by Gabriell. I’m planning on writing a feature coming up about where I think good dance music is headed and I think that the kind of New Jack Swing influences that you hear in this track will be a big part of it. I can’t help smile when I hear this song. Note: The kind of girl that likes this song is the type of girl I get very intimidated by.
Toomy Disco continues this summer’s trend of plummeting tempos in disco tracks. The way slower movement just keeps gaining steam and I love every syrupy second of it. If Poolside, Classixx and Toomy Disco threw a pool party, would that not be the sexiest afternoon of all time?
Taking things in a more subdued direction, here’s newcomers SolarSolar and their first single, ‘I Can’t Find You’. I need songs like this in my life sometimes. We’ve all known that damaged person that we just can’t seem to get to, and when I hear this song thats how I hear the chorus… I just cant find you.
Simply because it doesn’t seem like many/anybody has decided to comment on this preview, I’d like to throw it up. Starsmith and Alan Braxe team up for an unabashed throwback to Discovery era French Touch. Braxe obviously has a bunch of these type of gems under his belt from his time working with Fred Falke, but this one feels special with Starsmith’s energy thrown in. Its the first track I’ve heard in months that’s good enough to actually join my ‘Le Touch’ playlist on iTunes… That is, when it finally comes out. I can’t wait.
Lets end this with something to get everyone moving. Los Angeles DJ Dan Sena take The Limousines cute pop track “Internet Killed The Radio Star” and transforms it into a disco jam worthy of jumping on your bed to. Need a track to get everyone two notches higher? Here’s the ticket. Be sure to listen all the way through because the track really takes off when Sena busts out the big pads for the outro, taking the song to a whole new level.
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