We’ve been following SF-based indie electronica artist SUMif for a bit now and it’s been great to see the direction she’s been going in. From her minimalist debut “Take Me” to her roaring anthem “Want Your Love,” she’s maintained a commitment to crisp production and catchy vocals. This one is no exception, and it finds a nice middle ground in terms of energy levels. A pleasant electronica listen that’s easy to put on repeat and vibe out to. Enjoy below, and be sure to throw her a follow on Soundcloud.
Gryffin has dropped his debut original and it’s a very strong start for a producer that has produced pretty much nothing but indie hits with his remixes. It’s definitely in the Gryffin indie-dance, melodic-trance style, and that’s a good thing. We’ll see if he can keep the momentum going in the future and evolve his style a bit, but let’s enjoy the moment and the tremendous success that this song is bound to be. Enjoy below.
After being silent for four months, Gryffin is finally back to end 2015 on a high note. Combining the iconic vocals from this pop hit with the signature Gryffin cloud-pop sound creates a smooth listen that is at once familiar but new. Enjoy the track below, good for chilling.
It’s been a minute since Gryffin released a remix, and I’m glad he’s back. Josef Salvat’s “Open Season” dominated the blogosphere when it was released almost a year ago, and Gryffin is here to revive the vibes. As always, this NYC-based producer adds a significant amount of energy to the track without going over the top. In the song description, he comments that he experimented with different musical styles and influences in the production process, and you can hear it in the track through touches like the cut-up vocals accentuating the song’s peaks. However, he does not stray too far from his roots and his signature echoing synth chords dominate this indie-dance track. This one will be on repeat for a while. Enjoy the track below along with another one of my favorites from Gryffin.
This is the best remix I’ve heard in a long time. I have yet to dislike a single remix that Gryffin has put out, and his take on “King” by Years and Years represents the best in indie-dance. Powerful, ambient, energetic, and melodic are all words that fit this fantastic track. Enjoy below.