The Mexican collective Future Feelings is made up of Fernando Dimare, Juan Soto (an existing Nang warrior), Thomass Jackson and Dan Solo. The talented bunch make accessible dance tunes which are easily at home on the floor or for listening too. After a string of festivals and appearances in South America and a slew of remixes (for artists such as Lindstrom, Donna Summer, Goldroom, Treasure Fingers and The Knocks) we are pleased to be releasing their debut album on Nang.
The album seamlessly darts from leftfield electronic-art pop to dance floor energizers to downtempo soundscapes. What is for sure however is the song-writing is key in each track. The package all hangs together with a production sheen which is polished, adventurous and accomplished.
The album opens up with the guitar driven mood piece "Over Me" featuring Karla Gonzalez. Sounding like a cross between an Anthony and The Johnsons album track and a smoldering Carly Simon album track from 1978 it opens up the album with the lightest of touches.
The Mexican collective Future Feelings crew of Fernando Dimare, Juan Soto (an existing Nang warrior), Thomass Jackson and Dan Solo are back. The talented foursome follow up their "Downtown Girl" debut with the second single from their eponymous album. "Find Out" has alterady featured on the Beach Disco 6 compilation and here we are pleased to be presenting it in all its remixed glory.
We like our 80s sounds here at Nang but with this little cracker from Russian based producer Hot Hot Hawk (AKA Ilya Potapov) we really are taking the Rubik's Cube, Neon and Turbo to max.
The opening track "Atlanta Skyline" sees the producers cram in the 80s references to the max. Its all there, digital crunchy synths, big bold arepragaited bass lines, jazzy-funk guitar and the accenting synth bells. We love it. The tune itself is full of emotional lifts and breaks and powers on at a pace. This one is more Breakfast club soundtrack territory.
Moon Mood is a new superhot producer from Belarus called Alexey Vorobyov. He is currently honing his audio skills studying sound engineering in Barcelona. Here at Nang we featured his amazing "Stargazing" track on our recent Array compilation. The response was so positive we just had to go back for more.
Nang nips into the teleport to Sheffield for its next release... Hiem are back on the block! The dynamic duo of Bozzwell and Nick Eastwood burst forth onto the scene once more in their first new material since the 2013 "Escape From Division Street" album. As a taster for their third LP due in 2016 we are ever so pleased to be releasing (from what could be seen as a slightly left field direction) the ostentatious and highfalutin "Lions, Cheetahs, Enforcers".
Proper Heat have always been one of the key bands/artists of Nang's roster, releasing in the past 5 years 2 albums and 4 singles. Their unique style mixes magical lyrics and ethereal melodies with a hint of dance music, all merged in futuristic Nu Disco. In November we proudly present their second full-length album, after being introduced by their 'Believe / On & On EP', out at the beginning of the month and backed up with Permanent Vacation's Ilya Santana's remix.
'Center Of The World' comprises 11 remarkable tracks, in which the Lithuanian band showcases perfectly their unique way of making music, for the club and beyond. Proper Heat in fact nicely touches with each of the tracks different shades of Disco and Nu Disco: from the sexy down tempo opening track 'Something New' and the dance-floor killer 'Believe In Love', to the timeless 'I Wanna So Bad' and the soulful and uplifting 'Open Up'.