Five bangers from 2015 you should revisit

We’re over hump day and thinking about the weekend.

These five songs may have flown under your radar, but along with drinks and good company it is recommended that you add them to your pre-drinks’ agenda ASAP.

Rae Sremmurd – No Type (Fawks Flip) 

This remix is much like an innocent prisoner: it is difficult to comprehend exactly how it has managed to remain locked away from the public eye. Fawks, who has mainly built his limited reputation over his Soundcloud, has guided an untouched No Type Hook into one of the bounciest house drops of today. If you’re looking to go hard, it is recommended that this remix be immediately put on loop.

Lido & Canblaster – Superspeed

Since his 2013 I Love You EP, Lido’s silky melodies and synthy-trap beats have worked their way into many headphones and downtown nightspots. Superspeed, a project between him and Canblaster, features a seriously addicting beat and catchy vocal samples. This tune is destined to get you bumping whether you ‘superspeed in your rari’ or nah.

Alison Wonderland – Games

Australia’s electronic Wonder Woman dropped her highly anticipated RUN LP, last year. And as we thought, it comprised of hits… and well more hits. Games is our pick off this one, combining powerful rhythmic vocals, with Alison’s typical energetic sound. The track also contains some Nero-like vibes.

Golden Features – No One (feat. Thelma Plum)

Once again, Golden Features has come up with the goods. If we go back to 2014, we were graced with Golden Features’ abilities through his absolutely fire single, Tell Me (featuring Nicole Millar)No One, features the capturing vocals of Australian rising star Thelma Plum and is yet another banger of silky vocals, re-pitched samples and voluptuous bass. Gather your heavy-duty scuba gear, because this song goes well deep.

Rustie – Big Catzz

For the last couple of years, Rustie has been known for his raw, edgy and large electronic sound. Following the success of Afterlight, a single off his debut LP (which also featured in a 2012 London Olympics Adidas TV ad), he has collaborated with the likes of Flume and Danny Brown. Big Catzz is a fine example of Rustie’s ‘big room trap’ sound and provides a promising insight into the future of electronic music. Just wait for those blockbuster chords to kick in.


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