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Mlodic (pronounced as "melodic") is a writing and production trio out of San Francisco obsessed with big EDM synths set to hip hop beats supporting soul drenched lead vocals (by our lead singer who is part of the band). Scott Brannon who is one of the talents behind Mlodic shares with us a new track released, the Passenger Seat, you can hear it on Soundcloud.
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The Electronic/Ambient music producer Thomas Lemmer in collaboration with singer and song writer Tina Sona delivers the second single called “LOST” from his forthcoming album “PURE”. On the 24th of June 2016, the single “LOST” will be released by Sine Music and will be available on all well-known download stores.
"LOST” is touching, emotional and powerful. Tina Sona’s expressive voice touches deeply so that you lose yourself in the song immediately. With four albums and multiple appearances on top-class Chillout/Electronic samplers, Thomas Lemmer is considered one of the most active and established artists of his genre.
The single “LOST” is the prelude to his forthcoming album “PURE”. High-profile remixers have contributed to the single. Amongst them Gold Lounge with a wonderful Chillout version, SINE with a remix that invites you to dance, Klangstein with his distinctive sound, Hanjo Gäbler with a fresh mix of Acoustic and Gospel elements, Chillwalker with impelling spheric beats, Thor with his “Phunk Dat Phat Bass" mix and Hanky with a quite wicked underground version.
The single will be finished off with a spheric mixture of Ambient and Electronic sounds by Thomas Lemmer himself.
On 5th of December 2014 Sine Music will be releasing Thomas Lemmer’s fourth album “ZERO GRAVITY”. Available on CD and at all well-known download stores. “ZERO GRAVITY” is a purely instrumental album, distinguishing it from its predecessors. A soothing blend of Ambient and experimental sounds supported by electronic beats, all luring you into a dreamlike state of being. When you hear the sounds you feel weightless but the room and the music feel magically magnetic at the same time.
For ZERO GRAVITY it was important to me, that the listener could hear the infinite and expansive nature of the album, sending them into an experience of weightlessness and freedom. While listening, you really digress into the distance, in fact, even I found myself digressing while producing the album. With this feeling coming up I knew that what I was doing is right.” Says Lemmer while describing the production process. “ZERO GRAVITY needed to be different, and as a result I changed my entire production environment. Relying much more on external equipment and using a lot of analog synths to produce these sounds.”
Lemmer even shot the images used in the album booklet and on the cover himself. Each picture taken of the Whistler Mountains in Canada. The design and music synchronise into a total work of art, expressing the essence and meaning of the album: infinite extension and weightlessness. Just press play and get weightless...
Thomas Lemmer, one of the most active and successful German Chillout producers, releases a Remix Edition of his recently released album STILL on the 25th of July 2014. The album is available online at all well known download stores. STILL reached the Top 10 of the iTunes Electronic Charts in Germany and received excellent reviews and feedback. STILL REMIXED is the answer to this overwhelming success. 19 remixers spread around the globe worked on this album.
Amongst them: Evadez, Sine, Der Waldläufer, Softwaver, HEIN+KLEIN, Normandie, Riccicomoto, Physical Phase, SeeNaY, KLANGSTEIN, Xelomen, Florian Shipke, Novaline, Setsuna, Sunlight Project and Danny Stubbs. Additionally, Thomas Lemmer contributed some of his own remixes and unreleased alternative mixes. The 26 tracks of STILL REMIXED are loud and quiet, slow down but move. From dreamy to emotional, this album stays diversified constant. “I’m impressed and overwhelmed by the creativity and passion which each single remixer put into the tracks. I’m grateful and proud being newly interpreted by such amazing artists. It’s so nice to see that my music also works in Trance, Deep House or Pop.” says Thomas about the album and collaboration.
Thomas has been producing Chillout and Electronic music for a number of years now, subsequently, releasing numerous successful albums and singles over the past several years. His music can be found on numerous compilations, including bestsellers such as „Café del Mar“, „Le Café Abstrait“, as well as SINE MUSIC´s Chillout Series. The title „Fatigué“ on „Café del Mar – Vol. XVI“ rocketed to first position on the Spanish sales charts and secured a place amongst the TOP 10 in many other countries.
Thomas Lemmer has been writing and producing music for many years. At present he works on several music production projects, as well as with different bands. With diPOLAR, a German pop duo, Thomas Lemmer won the German Rock & Pop Award in Hamburg 2005. In 2009, Thomas Lemmer released his first solo album Chillout Lounge. The album was a major success in the chillout, lounge, and downtempo scenes. Many tracks from this album can be found today on dozens of successful and international compilations.
His track Fatigue features on the world famous Cafe del Mar Vol. XVI compilation, where It became #1 in Spain, and entered the top 10 in many other countries. Thomas works continuously on new material, and has subsequently released several new and exclusive tracks on various compilations for different labels and companies. In 2010 he started the Motif project with Aaron Taylor from England.
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DSFT803: Lazylife - All Night / Unwind
Downshift’s latest release gets you ready to unwind all night with these groovy, slow jams to get, and keep, you ‘in the mood’. Unwind takes you down the sexy Rhodes with bouncy, soul vibes. All Night brings the sexy, dark and groovy moods with some talk box reminding you to keep it on repeat all night…
This Release has been sent to you by Downshift which is part of the legendary Producer/DJ Shifted Music
Shifted Music Owner & Grammy(r) nominated Producer, Jay-J, launched a new label focusing on hip hop inspired downtempo, chill out and Nu Disco music called DOWNSHIFT.
Look for more groves true to the genre which evokes the auditory vibes to compliment dusty vinyl and warm fires
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Singularis,the talented young beat-wrangler from the Netherlands, first appeared on the Cold Busted label at the age of 16 with his impressive debut album Evening Hours. Since then he’s grown both as a producer and in age, now unveiling What A Time, his third full-length for the prestigious downtempo imprint. The album’s sixteen tracks combine Singularis’s agility with tough hip hop beats, G Funk style lead lines, and spaced-out vibes for a listening experience beyond easy categorization. The album’s “Introduction” (appropriately subtitled “Slowmotion”) sets the tone with big chords in a layered progression, loping – but swinging – drum machine beats, and Singularis’s trademark synth leads. The way Singulars takes this template and playfully twists it throughout is what makes What A Time a memorable ride. Take “Crassinez” for example, which adds strange synth dives and other digital hijinks, as if Aphex Twin stepped in the studio for a quick moment. And also “Bang”, a very Singularis-ish interpretation of southern low-rider hip hop, clouding the genre with cosmic atmospherics and vague melody. There’s much more to discover here and it’s exciting to know, that at his young age, Singulars is just getting started.
Singularis, the talented young producer from the Netherlands, drops a funky, beat-blunted five track single named Lucid Senses for the Cold Busted label. After releasing the acclaimed Evening Hours album in February Singularis bounces back with more instrumental goodness, showing his proficiency with downtempo, trip hop, and instrumental hip hop styles. This time around he also shows off some influence from the sounds of classic G-funk and the rhythms of ‘southern’ hip-hop, but applied to the slinky and spacey Singularis approach. The tracks include “Reminiscing,” a positive and smooth cut with peaceful chords followed by 808 drums and sped up hi-hats as a flute solo turns it into a perfect tropical beach track; “Morning Tears,” a straight up jazz future banger with swinging hi-hats, beautiful chord progressions, and screaming synth leads; “Le Tour Eiffel” with its dramatic synthesizer and Spanish guitars, sounding passionate and intense at the same time like somebody reminiscing over a summer love; “Moonflower (Let’s Go),” a hype, uptempo track driven by a smooth Rhodes piano and an extremely funky warm bass; and “Someday,” with its southern hip-hop influenced beat at about 70 BPM and dreamy piano keys bringing a welcome musical cool-down. Singularis and Cold Busted once again bring a release filled with both jazzy hip-hop beats and future bass songs, creating a progressive musical palette to activate the senses.
At a ripe age of 16 years old, Netherlands-based producer Singularis has created a breathtaking collage of music called Evening Hours. A charming and mesmerizing album. Evening Hours is a twelve track collection of instrumental hip hop, trip hop, and lounge cuts recorded by the beat-making wunderkind. Animated with rhythm, invigorating drum patterns, languid instrumentals, and intoxicating atmospheres, Evening Hours is a fascinating album suitable for the lounge, the home, and the
Highlights include â€œ4 Momzâ€ with its hypnotic melody, laid back 87 BPM beats, smooth synth lines, and round, subtle sub bass. â€œTake Me Insideâ€ is an album favorite with sweet flanging synths, a juicy bass line, crisp clapping snares, apt beat repeats â€¦ satisfactory and majestic sounds all the way. â€œStrongerâ€ features groovy upright bass notes, an infectious xylophone melody, and filtered effects, making for a solid gorgeous piece. â€œTonightâ€ adds a bit of funk to the equation with a popping bass guitar, 80â€™s style funk synths, and a rhythmic clav motif completing the trackâ€™s feel good party vibe. â€œTell Me Whyâ€ is another creative concoction as a snippet of a stellar male vocal croons over steady beats and relaxing piano. â€œWanderingâ€ completes our sampler with compelling bright synths, a bumping low end, and a cool, appealing sway. Sit back and get lost in Evening Hours, the promising debut from Singularis who is certain to become a mainstay of the future downtempo scene.