New Music Aug 10  |  

Louis Futon celebrates an intense period of growth with the exuberant “Rewind”

Louis Futon laced the beat with exuberant instrumentation, Ashe provided warm vocals, and Armani White came through with an elastic, melodically delivered guest verse to make “Rewind” a solid listen from start to finish. Louis made it clear that he’s coming into his own in the song’s SoundCloud description: “These past couple of months have . . .

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New Music Jun 15  |  

Louis Futon combined Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” and Khalid’s “Location” for “Juicy Location”

It’s been hard to avoid hearing Khalid‘s “Location” if you’ve been anywhere near an FM radio station in recent times. Louis Futon gave the mellow song from the El Paso up and comer new wings with “Juicy Location,” a mash up that combines vocals from The Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Juicy” with a “Location” rendition courtesy of . . .

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New Music Apr 8  |  

Phony Ppl – “End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix)”

Jazzy, Brooklyn-based hip-hop band Phony Ppl isn’t necessarily the most remix-friendly act out today. Their lively, dense brand of music stands alone without any additional production needed. Philadelphia-based producer Louis Futon takes this into account with his “End Of The Night” remix, instead opting to make subtle changes that emphasize the strengths of the original. . . .


Toronto’s #BareGyal Movement Inspires “#DearGyal Mixtape Vol. 1” (Premiere)

Toronto is a burgeoning scene for music culture, whether the rest of the world chooses to recognize it or not. Two major players in the scene, R&B songstress Andreena and DJ extraordinaire Lissa Monét, have connected once more to release a highly anticipated mix project called #DearGyalMixtape Vol. 1, inspired by the revolutionary #Baregyal event series. #Baregyal . . .

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New Music Nov 3  |  

Ta-ku – “Drive Slow, Homie Pt. IV” (Mix)

One of my favorite mix series, Ta-ku‘s “Drive Slow, Homie,” is back for part four. The Australian producer has an increasingly large and enthusiastic following, thanks to his continuing focus on quality and innovation. Ta-ku himself states: “The return of the DSH series has arrived. Nothing’s changed. Still all about those songs that make you . . .