Art Of Tones: Have Fun For a Little

From their recently released LP Unbalanced, “Have Fun For a Little” by Art Of Tones (aka Ludovic Llorca) is an uplifting track made for the dance floor. Blending deep house, disco and funk, the French artist has crafted an infectious bop—complete with glossy production. Sparkly and warm, it’s a very satisfying tune.

Private Agenda: Instinct

From the four-track EP Affection, Private Agenda‘s “Instinct” layers reverb vocals on top of heavy synth for a breezy, infectious result. With a languid bass line, the infectious synth-pop tune glides along—sprinkled with disco elements throughout.

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serpentwithfeet: bless ur heart (acoustic) Brooklyn-based artist serpentwithfeet (aka Josiah Wise) breathes new life into “bless ur heart” with a just-released acoustic rendition. From Wise’s LP soil, the original and highly theatrical track sheds its layers as Wise lets his delicate vocals rise in a tender, moving and transcendent way. Your Smith: The Spot (Young & Sick Remix) Your Smith (aka LA-based singer/songwriter Caroline Smith) released her debut EP, Bad Habit, …