These guys are so vibrant just all the time their good vibes are unstoppable. Creating so many different songs to express just that and they are back again with another feel good tune. Louis the Child‘s Last To Leave will have you dancing overtime. Caroline Ailin flows over the synth bass. Following Right To It with Ashe, another energetic song that had the Aragon Ballroom bouncing as they passed through their homecity Chicago for their Friendsgiving show with Win & Woo, Whethan, Joey Purp and Party Pupils. Party with these tunes in your playlist and no one will want to leave the party!
Notorious for weekend anthems Louis the Child does it again. This time picking out a beat to remix, the laid-back Chicago duo keep it local with Chance the Rapper. From the Coloring Book LP the duo choose All Night to revive with its lyrics that emphasize exclusivity and the good life. Slowing down the dance beat to a hip wavin raggaeton bpm, changed up the bassline and threw in that wavy synth bass giving that signature sensational vibe. After a string of shows and festival runs that had fans coming in massive crowds to hear their feel good music, this song has turned summer into great memories for many. Now you get to relive the moment with a free download!
Louis the Child, serving you music that make you happy, teamed up with Icona Pop for their latest. Certainly a instant timeless record, Weekend is such a feel good tune. Filled with airy synths, Icona’s vocals and all the best memories you have ever made with your friends on a Summer weekday this track no doubt being sung loud every where this festival season. Recently returning home to Chicago for Lollapalooza selling out venues like the Metro left and right. With One Hundred and Three Quarter Thousand fans on soundcloud this duo is easily a Chi Town favorite and we cannot wait to welcome them back again.
One should take note from Colin Grimm, or Probcause as most refer him to. Seemingly working round the clock on different projects day to day he was just featured on Gramatik‘s latest album release Epigram. He was included in Back To The Future, which was also released in earlier months on Prob’s Drifters project through Lowtemp. Satoshi Nakamoto, named after the bitcoin creator is the second track on Epigram to be added to Colins music library.
While stacking bitcoins as an independent creative artist, Prob joined the list of talented artists to remix Louis the Child‘s track It’s Strange featuring K.Flay. Probcause of course has been perfecting music production and worked on this remix with Drew Mantia adding a hip hop beat and some verses. They then invite Kat V to top it off with her violin. K.Flay having been raised outside of Chicago and Louis the Child, Prob and Drew being from the city; this song is got some heavy mid-west influence!
Aside from his music projects Colin, if you have followed him long enough, you will come to notice has an amazing talent in visual arts. Dabbling in surreal art and videos Colin creates some real interesting pieces. Even publishing coloring book in which can fill in the colors of the creatures in Colins head and which you should totally buy. Colin also released this animation he created with Elijah Alvarado recently, getting to politics but with at twist. If you are familiar with WWE this will be even more funnier.
JackLNDN returns to the scene with not one but 2 remixes; of the same song. That is right, Louis the Child‘s track It’s Strange with K.Flay influenced LNDN so much that he made a light and a dark version express his creative ideas on this song. One track has that night life garage house vibe and the other is like a day at the beach. This man continuously making the best feel good dance music and his remixes are spotless and addictive like his most recent remix of Zimmer that just feels like summer. Not only are his remixes improving but his performances also. LNDN plans to bring live music to his touring resume and we look forward to hear this new live energy from him.
Download his track from itunes linked in JackLNDN’s soundcloud below.