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About a year ago, I heard One Day (Vandaag) by Bakermat and immediately fell in love with this new era of sax/tropical house music. So, for our very first original track, I thought it would only be fitting to share with you an awesome tune that takes me back to the early days of the tropical movement. Newcomers Gaarden & Coots have really outdone themselves on this one. Filled with beautiful and original sax riffs, soothing vocals, and a catchy melody, Who You Really Are will without a doubt make you take a second listen. Already supported in Sam Feldt's latest mix, and premiered on multiple radio shows across Europe, this is definitely not the last you have heard of these two.
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A random semi-but-not-much-orchestral cover of the Tropical Island song from the awesome Adventure Time. This version's based on the original by Rebecca Sugar that can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIfDqw3xKTU
FL Studio 10, Kontakt 5, Kontakt Library, Cinesamples CineBrass, Audiobro LA Scoring Strings, Spitfire Albion, Percussion & British Woodwinds, Orange Tree Samples Pineapple Ukulele, Shreddage, My voice
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Hey, it's been a while! I'm pretty busy now, but I'll try to upload as much as possible. Here's today upload, "Sweetest Thing" by Drew Chadwick. I've been following him since Emblem3 and I'm so glad he took an indie direction with his music. Enjoy the song, happy Easter! Subscribe so you don't miss any releases/promotions!
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This week back in 1878, a new type of book was published that you would never want to read cover-to-cover.
This week: Stephen Malkmus on rock and roll fatherhood … Comedienne Annabelle Gurwitch makes an effort at etiquette …. Rebecca Mead revisits “Middlemarch” … Humble doughnuts get a sophisticated make-over … “The Act of Killing” is a difficult, fascinating, and important film to watch … Angel Olsen takes flight … Clown college admissions decline … And the history of an obsolete historical artifact, the printed phone book.