Must Be – Jordan Bratton Prod. By Durkin

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He’s back… As with his recent hit from Banana Seat (currently at 175k plays and counting) the NYC/Boston axis has teamed up again for the aptly tagged electronic soul track “Must Be.”

The NYC native Jordan Bratton teamed up with Mmmmaven’s own Durkin for a fresh summer tune. Durkin provides a laid back beat filled with cut time hits and subtle industrial sounds to make the track punch in just the right spots without coming off too heavy. Jordan’s effected vocals give the track a slurred, hypnotizing feel that makes fly by before you have enough of his pure voice. Have a listen and before you know it, you’ll be hitting replay to get more of the deadly combo who may very well be appearing in Boston sometime soon, keep a lookout.

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On The D/L 03

Music downloadWelcome back all; it’s been another slow, hot summer week, but Soundcloud has been filled with new tunes all week long. I’ve rounded up a few of the best free tracks to help you get through the long summer days, and I’ll start with a new compilation that will give you plenty of new material to put on repeat: Moving Castle Vol. 02. Their first compilation was impressive, but the replay quality of this comp is astounding. You can listen straight through without blinking, and then want to hear it all again. My personal favorites are the tunes by Strehlow and Dugong Jr, but it’s hard to go wrong with Moving Castle.

This next song takes the nostalgic vibes of Lupe’s original “Kick Push” and amplifies them to the max. Hisanova gives it a glimmering funk rework to create a summer sidewalk sitting, boombox blasting feel.

Rusko’s back, and he’s apparently making neon now. Nevertheless, the song is quality and a refreshing sound for the legendary English producer.

Chloe Martini never disappoints on a remix, and she isn’t shy to step a bit outside the box on her remix of Sia’s “Chandeliers.” Packed with jazzy chords and cut time hits, the roller coaster of a song is not one to sleep on.

I saved this track for last because you’re gonna wanna replay it a couple times before doing anything else today. Also on Moving Castle, AOBeats teams up with Jaiwolf for an epic future bass remix of “Best Friend” by Foster the People. Although Wave Racer already murdered the track with his own remix, the duo are able to add to the feel of the song rather than change it completely.