This week, our #SuperdrySounds mega mix brings you those big summer tunes everyone is talking about. With an eclectic playlist featuring tracks from the hottest artists right now, we’re here to help you soundtrack those glorious days in the sun with our ultimate round up of summer anthems.
First up, the French duo L’Entourloop has nailed the summer time vibes with an easy listening tracklist. Sip a cocktail in the garden and relax to some seriously uplifting beats that perfectly mix hip-hop and reggae; some of the tracks feature our favorite samples too.
Boasting an amazing back catalogue of tracks, Ukraine-based producer The Cancel uses amazing samples in his production to round off some really modest hip-hop beats. We randomly stumbled upon his music and have had it playing on repeat ever since. These beats are ideal for BBQ banter.
This next track has got one hell of a presence! We only have a short preview of U.N.I included in this playlist, but boy it’s good! Released on the ULTRAMAJIC label founded by Jimmy Edgar, the vocals behind the track are slick and soulful, but what else could we expect from Jamie Lidell who is behind it all. Jamie’s guest vocals as of late have been absolutely spot on; we recently featured Machinedrum’s remix of JETS ‘Midas Touch’, a wicked re-vamp of the 1986 funk classic from Midnight Star.
We’ve been following our next musician for a couple of years now so we are super excited for the release of his debut album this August (14th). Signed to PMR Records, the smooth sounds of London-based Dornik will be a summer staple – especially as he is performing at Lovebox Festival in London this July (17th). We first heard about Dornik when our friends at Crack Magazine were working on his artwork for ‘Something About You’ back in 2013 and we’ve been following ever since.
As massive fans of Flume, we’ve featured him time and time again, so this week is no exception. The accomplished Australian producer is really pushing his unique sound to another level with his latest release, ‘Some Minds’. Out on Mom+Pop records (under exclusive license from Future Classic), the video for this track sees an epic collaboration between Flume and the Sydney Opera House, with Clemens Habicht directing, offering up an unmissable visual spectacle.
Finally, we’re champions for emerging talent, so Flo Morrissey is definitely on our radar. Signed up to record label, Glass Animals, the 21-year-old singer/songwriter from London has a really delicate, organic feel, so if you love a bit of Lana Del Rey, this one will be right up your street. She actually has a bunch of upcoming tour dates in the UK, France and Luxembourg – you can catch her on The Park stage at Glastonbury this week.
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