GRUMBY is an electronic production duo from Brooklyn, NY and they are making waves with an enthralling sound that latches listeners in from the second they press play. From their current collection on Soundcloud, their latest release – “Used 2 Want U” – is consistent with their mysterious sound, yet this one features the most upbeat electronic elements, and in my opinion, is the one with dance floor appeal. Shouts to tunebit.
Grumby describes their music as “electronic music rooted in jazz and R&B.” The description makes perfect sense upon listening to “Refuse,” their latest release, featuring vocals from Häri Mint. Grumby will be in Brooklyn on September 10th for their album release party with Lindsay Lowend, Hollywood Anderson and others. Stream “Refuse” below. (HillyDilly)
Brooklyn producer, Leon, creates a pensive mood balanced out by some bright. playful keys on “Away.” I first heard “Away” while riding a train. There’s a definite sense of movement, even if whatever Leon’s tapped into sonically weighs on me like wet clothes after a rainstorm. It’s very animated in a sense, with samples coming . . .
Sam Gellaitry is a genius. I’m not a fan of hyperbole when it comes to sharing new music with good people, but when I hear “Hibernation” that’s my initial thought. The Stirling, Scotland-based instrumentalist, producer, and visionary manages to combine an array of instruments, sound effects, and other elements in a way I didn’t even . . .
Listen to Dave East’s “On God” Dave East drops off a loose track titled “On God” on the way to his Paranoia 2 album. He gets some hefty production via Nick Paps and Jahlil Beats to attack the mic this time around. Stream below.
“Are you down to be, be my therapy?” Queens, New York’s own Indica Wave lays down a vibe that is silky smooth on her sensual new single, “Taste.” Save this for your late night playlist, and be sure to use it when the moment is right. Stream “Taste” below, and listen to her previously released . . .