Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 06.05.17

Meh, this was one of those weeks where there wasn’t a whole lot to choose from musically. Not saying these tracks aren’t dope in the least bit, but rather, it was kind of a dull week. It happens. But here at Meltdown Mondays, we always get through it.

Yung Cortex – “Silent Screaming”

I’m not really sure what this playlist is for that Yung Cortex put up a few days back, but it included this track called “Silent Screaming”. Maybe a new project, but who knows? He didn’t type up any info with it. Either way, this track was my favorite that he put up, especially since it was the first time I got to hear him do his own vocals, along with production (as with almost every track in the playlist).

 

Digital Waves – “Intimate”

New track from Future Society member Digital Waves. He has such a knack for chopping all of his samples incredibly clean. This one is no exception.

 

Lil Vampyr – “The Man Behind Your house (Prod. by deadalive + coldsid)

This track reminds me so much of the Bladee track “Rain Check” but whatever. It’s still catchy and dope. File under: goth rap.

 

Suken – “Cosmic Travel”

Here’s a cool little vibey track by French producer Suken. You can definitely sense the French House influence, but it’s slowed down to a much wavier BPM.

 

Kero Kero Bonito – “Break” (Jonah Baseball Remix)

I think it’s safe to say that anything Kero Kero Bonito-related will always show up in Meltdown Mondays. Here’s a cute spin on one of their newer tracks by Detroit’s Jonah Baseball.

 

Whethan Feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX – “Savage” (Sem Remix)

Blah, blah, blah. Just your average run-of-the-mill EDM pop track, but this remix from Sem makes it actually bearable and enjoyable to listen to.

 

WØB – “Be With You”

I rarely can get behind deep house tracks anymore. Maybe I’ll get back to that genre when basic females stop requesting it and getting hype about Holy Ship. I’m on the fence. Anyway, finishing up Meltdown Mondays this week is a track by this dude WOB which is not only deep house but actually sounds good. So cheers to him.