Mixing in the chilling power of deep house with a subtle nu disco flavor, Follow Me turns Equal’s “Lost in the Evening” into a smooth, sultry track released via HeavyRoc Music. Using Gary Jules breezy vocals as the focal point, FM incorporates tropical percussion and a smoky bassline into the sound of the original. It’s the perfect mix of genres that will leave you feeling chilled out and musically enlightened.
Nu disco is alive and well thanks to Brooklyn-based duo Follow Me, who enter the original production ring with the release of their first single “Somethin Bout You.” Stand-out talents in the studio, the duo weave their gripping grooves into a heavily atmospheric topline; planting their sound firmly in the deeper ends of disco. Driven by a new wave bass line and gripping vocal sample, the bouncy original flutters and phases with subtle precision – it’s a guaranteed repeat listen and is available for free download today.Posted by
Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections — old and new — in an attempt to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.
To help you celebrate Memorial Day Weekend, we’ve dug up our favorite 90s remixes so you can re-live your childhood, teenage years or rather just learn about the wonderful music associated with the era. To start off we have a Flight Facilities mashup of Jamiroquai’s “Virtual Insanity”, Notorious BIG’s “Hypnotize” and The Fugees “Killing Me Softly,” then off to Follow Me’s “Unpretty” TLC retake, a Drunkmaster Flex & eSenTRik remix of the late Aaliyah’s “If Your Girl only Knew,” a Viceroy version of Will Smith’s “Getting Jiggy wit it,” and ending with Michael Jackson’s “Remember the Time” redone by Louis La Roche.
Gregori Klosman is no stranger to hits and he seems to have another one on his hands. His upcoming remix of Sebjak’s “Follow Me” is powerful and employs the kind of drop that mainstream dance music fans are currently favoring. In a word, it’s massive. The heavy electro track features uplifting vocals and whooping synths capable of destroying any dance floor. “Follow Me” is set for release on December 3rd.Posted by
24 year old Swedish producer, Sebjak, is about to release his upcoming track “Follow Me” on Positiva Records. Luckily for you, he has given us it ahead of time so we can exclusively preview it for our readers. “Follow Me” is a brilliant progressive anthem with a massive hook and an emotive chord progression. With productions lined up for both Size Records and Mixmash Records, it seems like we’re only going to be seeing more of this young Swede. “Follow Me” is available for purchase June 11th, exclusively on Beatport.
Sebjak – Follow Me (Vocal Mix)
Purchase: Beatport (June 11th)
Via: FacebookPosted by