Fried Egg, I'm In Love
Fried Egg Friday! Every week, our inbox gets hit with over 2,000 submissions and, believe it or not, about 15% of those are actually pretty incredible. Unfortunately, we only average about 30 posts a week, so for you mathematicians that’s about 270 that fall through the cracks! Okay, no more word problems, and only music solutions from here on out. The following tracks we just couldn’t let slip through our hands without mention.
Dennis Kruissen - Falling In Love (ft. Langston)
People do crazy things when falling in Love. If you're Dennis Kruissen you write a crazy good song called "Falling In Love." I think I'm falling in love with "Falling In Love" and its blend of euphoric synths and smooth vocals with hard-hitting percussion. The song is out courtesy of Armada Music and features Langston, and therefore checks off all the right boxes to become an official future bass anthem.
Justin Timberlake - Suit & Tie (Bête Noire Remix)
"Can I show you a few things?" asks Justin Timberlake in his 2013 hit "Suit & Tie," echoed by Bête Noire dressed up in black and white accentuated with a splash of color. Our answer is yes. As long as those things are about love, and as long as the love burns as bright as this remix, and I'm talking all life long.
Lane 8 - With Me
Lane 8 with the slow-burning sneak attack. The DJ-producer's latest single is "With Me," literally and figuratively. On the battlefield of new releases most are running wild either screaming "look at me!" or "help me!," which can usually just be ignored long enough and they'll eventually go away. Lane 8, however, remains cool as the slices of cucumber over his eyes. He makes what he does seem effortlessly and will admirable ease.
Draper - Want You More (feat. Sam Sure)
I'm totally fine with letting Draper's latest, "Want You More," set the tone for the weekend ahead. And yes, I am Sam Sure about it. I'm talking more about the high energy synths than I am the mental games within a relationship but, either way, the ups and downs make us human and without them we wouldn't have roller coaster, right?