Marvelous UK music act Disclosure unveils a music video for their uplifting house track “Latch”. The single will be released on November 2nd, until then, enjoy the visuals and Sam Smith’s elevating vocals.
Panama’s latest track “It’s Not Over” takes the band into more deep house territories compared to their summery pop tune Magic, released earlier this year. Panama are set to publish their second EP in the beginning of November on Future Classic.
Inspired by the iconic picture of a young couple kissing in the middle of the Vancouver riots, UK five piece Citizens! new video features kissing couples who can’t get enough of each other. “True Romance” is featured on their debut album “Here We Are” out now on Kitsune.
Contemporary pop duo AlunaGeorge’s latest music video is shot in an modern art gallery, which feels like a suitable premise given their futuristic r&b sound. The video features Aluna Francis and George Reid together with a greyish clad dance group, video directed by Henry Scholfield.
The latest music video from the impeccable Jessie Ware is out and about. Directed by Chris Sweeney, the elegant black and white video couples Jessie’s spine-tingling voice with class.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs most recent video has been released today. Progressive vocal house at its best, Your Love is taken from the UK electronica marvel’s debut album Trouble.
I happened to stumble across this unofficial video today and it complements the great remix by Le Youth very well. The beginning of fall should be welcomed with a video like this one, daydreaming about the summer that has passed and the ones that are about to come.
Contemporary and talented female lyricist Azelia Banks has released an official video for the track 1991. Her debut album titled Broke With Expensive Taste is set to be released later this year, given her skyrocketing popularity she will probably name her second album a bit differently.
More Friday night music, this time by UK based producer Citizen. The booming bass with the mesmerizing sample loops makes this deep house track positively infectious.