We’re well into October now and we’re definitely starting to feel the cold, so we’re hoping that this month’s first #SuperdrySounds mix will warm you up. With strong house vibes and some mellow beats filling this playlist, you’ll definitely be listening to this for the rest of autumn!
So first off we have a warm, upbeat house remix of rising Brit star Elderbrook’s track, ‘How Many Times’. Andhim is a Cologne/Berlin based duo known for their amazing remixes. They recently had a go at Groove Armada’s ‘Paris’ and are consistently releasing epic floor fillers. With most of the major electronic festivals ticked off their list already, they still have 13 upcoming shows across the globe, so plenty of chances to catch them live if you like what you hear.
Bob Moses is next on our mix and they have 25 tour dates coming up, so there’s plenty of opportunities to catch them live before they hit the mainstream. They’re the new boys on the block and hail from Canada, although they were originally raised in New York. Last year saw their big hit ‘All I Want’, and they have since released their debut album with Domino records. It’s been given raving reviews across the board and they have been dubbed as the rising stars of electronic music. Your EDM said: “Bob Moses deliver one of the strongest albums of the year”.
Louis The Child, a duo from Chicago, has picked up 2.1 million SoundCloud plays in just under a month with track, ‘It’s Strange’. Definitely one of the songs of the moment, it was given a recent boost in popularity with recent support from Taylor Swift; with her posting an Instagram pic of ‘New Songs That Will Make Your Life More Awesome’ and including this tune. We featured their remix of Kaskae’s ‘Never Sleep Alone’ back in July’s Volume 2 and they’ve since produced loads of hits. Check out their SoundCloud for more goodness (including their remix of British duo Oh Wonder’s ‘Body Gold’).
Finally, we’ve included Loxe, an emerging London-based producer with one recently released solo under his belt. He’s produced for the likes of Bo Rocha, Alxndr London and was behind Nao’s ‘Apple Cherry’ that we featured back in our May Volume 2 playlist – this track was labelled as Vice’s music division ‘Noisey’ as ‘one of the best tracks of 2015 so far’. There’s not much more known about Loxe yet but he’s definitely one to keep your eyes on.