This week we have a fine selection of music for your appreciation from Fake Blood, Round Table Knights, Just Blaze & Baauer, Mausi, and Arnold
Mausi- Move "Move" is a light-hearted electro pop anthem made for the dancing under the stars on a hot summer night. It reminds me a lot of some of Martin Solvieg's big hits, expect to hear this track a lot more this spring as festival season kicks off.
Just Blaze X Baauer- Higher I wasn't sure what to expect from this collabo between legendary hip hop producer Just Blaze and new trapstar Baauer, but the two seem to work well together. Blaze brings in some Jay Z samples, synth melodies, and percussion elements, while Baauer brings the bass and special effects, and what comes out is one beast of a track.
Arnold-Kkane "Kkane" somehow manages to balance juke's relentless tempo with a delicate piano melody which transforms in the course of two minutes into a futuristic R&B jam.
Wretch 32- Pop (Fake Blood remix) UK producer Fake Blood seems to have a talent for making big, beautiful synthlines, and this track is no exception. His remix Wretch 32's grimy "Pop" and adds a dash of reggae and a massive bass synth that punches you directly in the chest.
Round Table Knights- So Good Round Table Knights always bring top notch production skills to their tracks, but they really out did themselves on this one. A combination of African chants, smooth R&B vocal samples, and tribal drums combine to create a fun and funky track that lives up to its name.