This week, we have a tech house bomb from newcomers Money Money, ItaloBrothers‘ return, and more.
MONEY MONEY – SPEND IT [DIRECT DEPOSIT]
Tech house newcomers Money Money prove they are here to stay with their dynamic debut single. Pulling Fergie’s famous lyrics from The Black Eyed Peas’ “My Humps,” Money Money kick off their project with a powerful bang. Sitting at the intersection of pop nostalgia and nuanced tech house, Money Money create an upbeat single best for grooving. Four-on-the-floor bass sets the stage early on as the duo weaves 808s in with laser-like synth work. A strong testament to what is yet to come from the NYC-born-and-bred duo, Money Money is one to watch throughout 2020 and beyond.
ITALOBROTHERS FT. KIESZA – LET GO [VIRGIN]
Drawn by the easiness and joy of life, ItaloBrothers finally return to the release radar with their new single ‘Let Go’ featuring world-renowned singer/songwriter Kiesza. The latest masterpiece from the German group effortlessly combines their unique rhythmic disco beats with Kiesza’s incomparable vocal power, signaling the start of an exciting new chapter and providing an exciting glimpse into what lies ahead for the musicians.
NIGHTCALL x KARMA CHILD x GIA KOKA – WASTED LOVE [UNIVERSAL MUSIC]
Honing his signature sound over the past few years, and establishing a loyal following, this undeniably talented producer returns with a catchy, pop-tinged production, ‘Wasted Love’ with Karma Child and Gia Koka. Opening with dramatic synths and Gia Koka’s mesmerising vocal piece, ‘Wasted Love’ exudes an alluring energy from the get-go. Expertly binding Nightcall’s signature radio-radio sound with newly formed dance music outfit Karma Child’s energetic style, this creation takes listeners on a sonic ride, which flourishes over its 3-minute duration.
SAVEJ – SOLSTICE [GRAVITAS RECORDINGS]
Stemming from his fascination of conscious exploration, man’s connection to nature, and cultural wisdom, Savej guides listeners through Solstice. A six track album that embodies Savej’s experiences as a student of life, Solstice spotlights Savej’s practice of the Kargyraa style of throat singing, a skill that demanded weeks of training to achieve. By creating a compilation of work that blends ancient and modern culture, Savej preserves a worldly resonant vibe to prompt journeys of the mind.