Too Future Thursdays Vol. 22

Too Future

This week's Too Future. Thursday playlist is stacked full of goodies. We've got some banging trap music from Foreign Beggars, Tomsize, and 8er$. JAWZ, Salva, Kasbo, and more provide our future bass fix while Feed Me and Gold Fields provide us with house music to nod your head to. There's also plenty more music from people like Louis Futon, WKND, Jai Wolf, Sweater Beats, and … [Read more...]

Unborn Act 1 Live Stream + Compilation

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We've teamed up with the guys over at Unborn Records to bring you their first show ever, Unborn Act 1 ft. Tomsize, Simeon, 8er$, and more at Paris' legendary Social Club. For those not located in France, have no fear! The guys are live streaming the event on their Youtube channel for everyone in the world to enjoy. Check it out and when the show is finished you can listen to … [Read more...]

Future Pop: What It Is And Why You Should Be Listening To It

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In an industry where trends usually take from one another and evolve, its always refreshing to hear something completely out of left field. These sorts of sounds will often be met with very polarised opinion as they tend to have a distinct 'love it' or 'hate it' effect. While some are deeming it to be nothing but a phase, we are of the opinion that not only is 'Future Pop' here … [Read more...]

Too Future. Thursdays Vol. 21

TF 3.3

This week's Too Future playlist features an array of music from nearly every corner of electronic and hip-hop music.  Up to bat first is Autograf with an incredible, melodic remix of Lorde's Team. On deck, we have Phazz with a super mellow, subtle remix of MØ and SteLouse and ahh-ooh's amazing collab. Once again, 20syl never fails to bring the funk. Tennyson hits us with a … [Read more...]

7 ODESZA “Say My Name” Remixes Worth Listening To

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  As I'm sure most of you already know, the new ODESZA album "In Return" dropped this month. Along with it came an astonishing number of reinterpretations of what seems to be the most successful track on the LP, "Say My Name", featuring British vocalist Zyra. There is an official remix package which accounts for a fair few of them, but there was also a remix competition … [Read more...]