We're rounding off the week on Dezeen Music Project with a bit of tech-house. This track by Nsquared builds up gradually with different rhythmic and melodic layers, before teasing you with a delayed drop about three minutes in.
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We used this remix by Kid Circus as the soundtrack on the final show from our TV studio at MOST, which you can watch here if you haven't already. Upbeat, funky, and a little bit crazy, it seemed like a fitting track to round off our week in Milan with.
We used another of BEAKR's tracks called Paper View on our showreel that we have been playing in our studio at MOST, and will be up on Dezeen soon.
Manke sure you check out BEAKR's Bandcamp page for all their other great tracks.
Antagonic Urban Cities by Ral is inspired by the different urban street music found in Puerto Rico and Barcelona.
We'll be choosing a different track from Dezeen Music Project each day, so make sure you tune in to www.dezeenstudio.com tomorrow morning for the next episode.
We love the fuzzy, murky bass-line underpinning this track by British musician Klaus Funk. But the highlight of Disappointed has to be the extended acoustic guitar outro that takes over around three minutes in and provides an unexpected, gently uplifting end to the track.
Is Monday too early in the week for some spaced-out drum and bass? Not on Dezeen Music Project, especially when it's a bank holiday Monday like we're enjoying in the UK today.
Vancouver-based producer Postitive1 has tamed the frenetic break-beats in this track with some lush, soothing synth sounds to make a great track to wind down your Easter weekend with.
Yesterday's chilled-out vibe continues on Dezeen Music Project today, albeit with a very different kind of track.
Think Hazy Streets by Los Angeles musician Krusht features prominent vocals by Deanna Neil, and is for those that like to relax to a less bass-heavy, more vocal-driven variety of electronica.
Today's track on Dezeen Music Project is by M3llo, a young dubstep producer from London who, as his name suggests, has a knack for creating a great ambient, chilled-out sound.
Indigo Plains is a sweeping, bass-heavy track that's definitely best enjoyed from a comfortable sofa or chair.
Ever thought about taking a dainty, folksy vocal melody and dropping it on top of a big, dubby, unashamedly dancehall-infused bassline? That's exactly what Brooklyn-based DJs Rahtid Sound have done with Hello Operator.
There's also a music video you can watch here.