We’re always pretty excited when we see our buddy Mr Tichauer giving away something. Never a man for putting out something that isn’t to the highest standard ‘I’ll Let You Go’ is no exception. Some clever dynamics make for a track designed to be listened to in a fast moving vehicle, or maybe you could just spin around really quick. Some nostalgic narration is offset by a female vocal and there are some beautiful peaks and not many troughs……good man Isaac, it’s got me feeling all pensive!
Words by: Salper Partalci
Los Angeles artist Banks has been making waves in the global pop scene over the last few months. Most recently, Snakehips added their own touch to the summer release but today we stumbled across this gem. Here Figgy turns the track inside out, adding a soft baseline and combining the vocals well to his own progressive signature. We’ve been mainly playing this during late night sessions but do with it as you please, on repeat.
Sometimes Mondays can feel like they never happened, you spend the day floating in a bit of a bubble a fog that descended over the weekend and never lifted. Today’s freebie seems to thrive in this environment serving to wallow in the dreamy haze and as it progresses creates a draft to help blow it away. Having exhausted the analogy as always I am left with what is a very strange smile on my face, thank you Satchmode for making me look like a creep, no really thanks, its lovely.
Randomly stumbled across this one and it struck a note. Vonyx has taken a mostly vocal original and done some snipping. They have created a tonal treatment with the vocals and set it to a midtempo splashy house beat. It’s a far stretch from the original but I suppose that was the point. There’s something really nice a laid back about this version, but it’s no lullaby.
We absolutely adore the original of this edit, was one of the tracks that first hooked us to disco, while a lot of her other tracks are nowhere near as good. As for Greg Wilson, he’s always been a firm favourite of the site and a solid supporter and to see him tackle this track was a real treat. It doesn’t hinge on the vocal as much as I thought it would going a much more instrumental route with not a verse in sight. Lovely to hear this one come back in a new form.