This song by Moscow-based musician Jekka shows what you can do with just a laptop, a microKORG and some talent. Layers of looped vocal samples and a full-blooded synth bass combine to provide a platform for Jekka's powerful, dynamic vocal melody. It's a bold and energetic style that draws favourable comparisons with the excellent Tune-Yards album of last year.
Here's another collaboration between UK producer Mykus and singer Fruit Shoes, although Carrots is a much mellower, more light-hearted offering compared to the dark and glitchy track that we featured on Dezeen Music Project a couple of months ago. Here we've got cute, catchy vocals and a refreshingly lo-fi, almost clunky bass-line that sets the tone for the track as a whole.
You can listen to the original track here if you prefer a more hardcore start to your week.
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.
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