ANIMA – The Fire (Zuric Remix)


Zuric puts a darker light on this track from Anima, which is rather engaging.  If you’re a fan of the Knife, be sure to listen to this track.

Also, the original of this track is worth checking out as well.

ANIMA – The Fire (Zuric Remix)


About this song

ANIMA! – The Fire, remixed by @ iamzuric , from ANIMA!’s viral debut LP, out now.

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An LP written from their creative spaces in the redwoods of California and South Africa, singer-songwriter Arielle Vakni and producer Vicente Espi described their work as self-defining to their own name “anima – the breath of life in each of us.” Songs of urge, hope, absence, compassion, awareness, to superficiality, these songs are a heartfelt anthem to “reflections of the self.”
Now one of the most viral discovery acts breaking the US alternative scene, ANIMA!’s debut LP and new remixes by Moglii to Zuric can be heard on Spotify’s Global Viral50, All New All Now, USA Viral 50, to Apple Music’s Best of The Week.


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Written & Produced by ANIMA!
Mixed by Vicente Espi, ANIMA!, Songololo Music
Mastered by Alex Psaroudakis, Sterling Sound
Remix by Zuric
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EMBRZ – Breathe


As the title suggests, you’ll need to let this track breath till the 1 minute mark where it starts to pick up the pace and find it’s true niche.  Melancholy flavor with a house beat and beautiful synths adorn.

EMBRZ – Breathe


EMBRZ, the brainchild of 24 year old Dublin-born Jack Casey, first began writing music at 15, playing guitar in a band with school friends. With an eclectic interest in music, it was an early deadmau5 track which introduced Jack to the world of electronic music. Inspired by this discovery and other artists alike, the self-taught musician began producing out of his college bedroom, posting tracks on Soundcloud simply to share with friends. Combining elements of dance with downtempo music, Casey developed a signature style that underpins the unmistakable emotionally charged EMBRZ sound. Soon those same friends on Soundcloud began sharing this new sound and before long the blogs aficionados and Youtube influencers were fans as well.

Once his first official remix of Ellie Goulding’s ‘How long will I Love You’ crossed the million play mark, as well as his remix for The 1975’s ‘Settle Down’, EMBRZ was here to stay. Since then a string of Hype Machine number 1’s have grown his fan base both with casual fans and tastemakers alike. He recently released his first original track ‘Silent’ showcasing his talents in both songwriting and production (he both wrote the vocal and produced the track). Following the release of ‘Silent’ came the single ‘Lights’ featuring Pennybirdrabbit whose previous collaborations include Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and Dillon Francis. EMBRZ closed out 2015 by delivering the sentimental and beautiful single ‘Home’ ft. Eleni Drake, which placed in the top 5 on Hype Machine. In May 2016 EMBRZ was tapped by global superstar Carly Rae Jepsen to lend his considerable remixing skills to her ‘Run Away With Me’ official remix package.

With several more releases, remixes, and performances planned through the rest of the year, it’s exciting to see what’s next for the young Irish producer.

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Pakem – I Can’t Let You Go (feat. Safe Travel)

PakemHouse track that has a strong R&B influence but still rooted in house.  Production has some trickery on the vocals in the chorus which is pure ear candy.

Pakem – I Can't Let You Go (feat. Safe Travel)



The Paris-based event agency, Dcontract , whose clients have included Adidas, W Hotels and Kenzo , care a lot about music, so much so that in 2014 they created their own music agency ‘Records Collection’ , enabling them to manage the music side of their events.

Since then they launched their own festival ‘Paris Music Week’ to showcase the best in

French music. Now in its third year and with the concept spreading overseas with ‘Seoul Music Week’ in Korea, ‘ Records Collection’ launch their own self-titled label and release their debut compilation [2017], bringing together their definition of the best in contemporary pop music from around the world.

At a time where things are instantaneous and move quickly, where the average lifespan of a track is less than 10 days, the Records Collection label aims to put together music that lasts, music you’ll still be listening to in 2017. Handpicked by A&R, Nicolas Nekmouche , also one half of the electronic pop duo ‘Little Freaky Things’ , these exclusive songs seize the zeitgeist and crystallise the spirit of future pop music.

From the South of France, wonderboy Pakem works his magic with ‘I Can’t Let You Go’ , whilst Little Freaky Things AKA Producer Nicolas Nekmoucheand singer Mai? Lan (M83) take a huge risk by doing a cover of the house anthem Crystal Waters ‘Gypsy Woman’ . Majestic Casual favourites ‘ Employee of The Year’ s new track ‘I Don’t Know’ gets the remix treatment by the champion of Finnish funk, Eero Johannes . London based super- band Kero Kero Bonitofollow with ‘Flamingo’ , as featured on Ryan Hemsworth’s Secret Songs , remixed by Dutch newcomer Julien Mier . We then head East to Korea with the mysterious hip hop band XXX and their dope offering ‘Baekjo’ . Parisian producer De La Romance states his love for pop music with ‘Up in The Air’ , whilst Indie Shuffle and Line of Best Fit respected American songwriter, Coco Banana delivers ‘Earthquaker’ , as pitched down by the Records Collection crew to give it a real dusty Western feel. To conclude this trip, Swedish singer Esther Vallee takes us to some celestial spheres with her dreamy yet ambiguous ‘Hard Time‘.

Making the present sound like the future and redefining contemporary pop music are the two purposes of [2017]. This compilation should also be taken as the birth of a new curator in the game: Records Collection.

Underline – Can’t Keep My Cool (Ft. Prince Prime)


Imagine a younger Celoo Green vocalist going more disco and that will paint half the picture for this track.  The other part of the picture is excellent dance funk house vibe set by the production.

Underline – Can't Keep My Cool (Ft. Prince Prime)





Underline, or Behshad Ashnai, is in addition to being a producer and DJ, also a songwriter. Most recently, he was one of the songwriters behind Ace Wilder’s song ” Don’t Worry ” in the Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifier that ended in 3rd place.

His first single as a solo artist is called ” Stranded ” with over 150,000 streams on Spotify since the release in July 2015.

Now it’s time for the next release, called ” Can’t Keep MyCool ” featuring Prince Prime.


Dead Ott & Asher Dust – Overcome The Hurt

Dead OttDirty trip hop out of the UK by way of Dead Ott & Asher Dust.  Nice use of sample and breaks through out the track.

Dead Ott & Asher Dust – Overcome The Hurt

About this song

‘Overcome The Hurt’ is the first track that Dead Ott and Asher Dust worked on for their debut album ‘What Comes Around’. Asher Dust delves deep into his lyrical arsenal, and lets fly with a tale of never letting your demons get the better of you

What Comes Around’ is the debut collaboration between MC/producer Dead Ott and vocalist Asher Dust. Both hailing from Oxford, UK and with a wealth of recordings in their respective back catalogue’s, the two first teamed up in 2015 with the intention of recording a couple of features, but after working solidly for the past year those initial tracks have morphed into their thirteen track debut album. It’s a diverse sonic collection of broken beats, trip hop stylings and downtempo ditties all blessed with the unique vocal talents of Asher Dust. With subject matter ranging from youth violence (Flowers On The Concrete), identity (Losing Me), civil rights (Get Involved), to transgender issues (Friend Of Mine) and more, it’s clear that Asher Dust would get an A from Moe Dee for sticking to themes. Dead Ott’s productions branch off from his usual brand of UK Hip Hop, as the beats touch on trip hop, electronic, soul and more.

What Comes Around’ is available on digital download on 5th April 2016 from


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