For Your Weekend…

Like any busy music blog, Digital High’s inbox gets hit up with submissions ranging from the ridiculous to the ridiculously good, that this one dude can’t possibly keep up with. So I’m going to batch post the best of the bunch every Friday to help you groove on into your weekends. It’s my chance to spread even more exposure to the deserving artists out there, enjoy.

Sleepy Tom & Tom Aspaul – Plans
– the two Toms turn out this perfectly executed blend of 80s pop melodies and classic house grooves for present-day ears; stream / download c/o Deux Trois

Adina Howard – Freak Like Me (Thando1988 Remix)
– the 90’s g-funk classic sees new life as a contemporary house heater when the NYC beat-flipper gets a hold of it; free download ava now

Alexis Troy x Ayelle – Freak Like Me
– remaining on trend, the German producer and Swedish singer-songwriter share a cover saturated with sultry electro-R&B signatures; stream / download c/o Majestic Casual Records

Spazz Cardigan – Medicine
– a song about owning and correcting your mistakes, heed the consequential lyricism and electroni-pop sentiments throughout

St. Humain – The Thought Of You
– reflecting on the trials and tribulations of past relationships, the Aussie soloist shares this emotional, Latin-infused electroni-pop piece; stream / download today

Aidan Black – Paradise
– for his debut single, the up-and-coming producer delivers the sonic goods with this hefty trop-house viber; stream / download now

Coleman Hell – Hold On Me
– slinky grooves wrapped up in heavy doses of bass highlight the Canadian soloist’s latest; download c/o 604 Records

Are You Having Fun Yet – Are You Having Fun Yet?
– from the Anglo-Nordic pop-trio’s debut album comes their eponymously titled, new-wave meets contemporary indie treat

The Rare OccasionsInto The Shadows
– led by the garage-rock gargantuan “Mercy Mercy,” enjoy a full lengths worth on the Los Angeles four piece’s debut album

Greg Holden – On The Run
– and through an infectious hook and impassioned vocal presence, embrace the singer-songwriter’s anthemic apology for a life on the road; stream / download c/o Falling Art Music

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