Shades of House: 4 tracks for your playlist

From deep house to tropical to progressive house, this selection of 4 electronic-dance tracks should satisfy most, especially those with a thing for vocal house.

DJ Marlon – “Find the Way”

“Find the Way” by Italian producer DJ Marlon is a record you’ll like. It was released on Sirup Music as a track on the Swiss label’s 4-track compilation EP Sounds of Sirup Vol.3. The song entails dreamy synths, melodious piano and deep grooves and deftly bridges the edges of house and techno. “Find the Way” feeds both the mind and the body.

Mankind – “Rising” (L3GS Remix)

Nairobi-based electronic trio L3GS recently released a deep-house remix of Kenyan duo Mankind’s jam named “Rising”. The original song is part of Mankind’s Meet Me Outside EP. L3GS’ version carries that groovy Afro-house flavour.

Alesandi – “Keep On Lovin’ Me” feat. Alina Renae

Warsaw-based Polish DJ/producer Alesandi returns with another record on Bliss Corporation. Named “Keep On Lovin’ Me”, this one features American singer Alina Renae. It’s an upbeat tune with hints of tropical vibes and Alina’s heartwarming vocals laid over Alesandi’s melodic production completes a massive tune.

JON & Larsen – Think About

JON & LARSEN taps from a spring of oozing energy as the Germany-based dance music duo shares their single “Think About”. Created in form of a progressive house banger, the record has the effect of animating every dancefloor. The high-octane synth-led instrumentation is balanced with the perfect vocal that will get the whole party dancing and chanting.


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