Let’s open today’s #10TRACKS with a Calabrian dj, the 28-year-old Roberto Surace who has conquered
the clubs of half of Europe and the BBC RADIO with the single “JOYS”, here in the remix of Purple Disco Machine.
The last LP singles seem to lend themselves very well to being remixed. The same (good) fate as “Girls Go Wild”, is also for “SHAKEN” that we listen to in Albert Marzinotto‘s version.
These days “The Album” by Klingande is released, which will contain the hits of the French dj and the unreleased songs of the last months, including “MESSIAH” with the English vocal Bright Sparks.
We move to the UK with producer Harrison and “FREAK LIKE ME” who relives every decade, from the 1995 original sung by Adina Howard to the Sugababes in 2002 and now with the voice of Melody Thornton.
Nigerian singer-songwriter Kah Lo is known for featuring Riton, Diplo and The Knocks. We didn’t listen to her much as a soloist but “EXIT SIGN” is a pleasant exception, always with an electro-house sound.
In Kesha‘s new one, the electro-pop of the beginnings coexist with the most recent country/gospel turning point. – RAISING HELL
The duets between Scandinavian synth-pop artists are no longer counted. “WORST BEHAVIOUR” sees again together the Finnish Alma and the Swedish Tove Lo.
The 19-year-old Puerto Rican Lunay is among the new generation of latin-pop and after the hit “Soltera”, seeks an encore with Anuel AA and Ozuna. – “AVENTURE”.
The Australians Sheppard know how to play with more musical genres, from folk/rock to electro-pop, remaining credible. – “DIE YOUNG”
No less chameleonic are the British The 1975 that in view of the fourth album, amaze us with a base 2-step garage. We close today’s #10TRACKS with “FRAIL STATE OF MIND”.