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.
Released on the 17th of June one of Goldens’ recent masterpieces and highly anticipated release, the XXIV EP, has been completed. Since then Golden Features has launched his XXIV tour across Europe and is now heading to North America to grace his fans with his new music. With the overwhelming support of the EP Golden felt generous enough to give it away as a free download on his soundcloud for seven solid days. If you have not grabbed it by now capitalize on the opportunity! This is a must have.
The four track project is complete with smooth synths and dark hypnotizing bass lines that every fan of Golden Features should be familiar with by now since his debut self titled EP. To start it off Baxter, which was streamed on soundcloud for the public prior to the release date as a teaser, is a glorious reawakening to Goldens vision of musc. With a long dark intro with vocals to put you into anticipated euphoria and its eventual lead into dark metallic basslines, it prepares you for the series of tracks starting with No One with vocals by Thelma Plum. A little more energy with catchy vocals and deeper bass lines, No One with echo in your head for days. Then you have a collaboration with vocalist K.Flay with more uplifting beats and synths under her lyrics and finally Golden settles you back down with Do You? Getting you back into dark basslines and a hypnotizing synth that is just mental. This EP has definitely surpassed its hype and should keep us satisfied until the craving for more new Golden sets in.