Chill out to Modern Atomists’ album, ‘Disco Chilled With A Twist, Vol. 2’

Billy Paul Williams has proven to be one of the most talented and innovative EDM music producers of the modern era. What sets him apart from the rest of the crowd is his innate musical ability and knowledge of multiple genres, effortlessly switching from jazz to hip-hop, deep house to lo-fi – he’s confident and versatile, no matter the medium. Simply put, he’s just so much more musical than most of his contemporaries. Not only a great technician, BPW is a gifted musician who is flawless in his musical choices.

On one of his latest projects, under the guise of Modern Atomists, BPW takes some of the greatest disco hits of all time and reimagines them in the absolute chilliest of ways, bringing his special touch to create ‘Disco Chilled With A Twist.’ Volume 2 of the series features reworks of such deep disco classics as Goldie Alexander’s ‘Knocking Down Love,’ Luther Vandross’ ‘Never Too Much,’ Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes’ ‘The Love I Lost’ and many more vintage tunes from the genre’s golden years. As an added bonus, special remixes of a few tracks that appeared on Volume 1 are added, including an Avant Garde version of ‘Brandy,’ the O’Jays classic, alternative mixes of the Italo Disco hit ‘Love Is Gonna Be On Your Side’ and BPW’s version of Johnny Bristol’s ‘Hang On In There Baby.

Why not take a trip down memory lane with a modern twist below…

Must Listens: Love Won’t Let Me Wait, The Love I Lost

Song of the Day: Hysteria – Karine Hannah

The Queen of Pop cover songs, KARINE HANNAH puts her spin on Def Leppard’s hit, ‘Hysteria’.

Karine’s cover of Def Leppard’s title track from their 1987 album ‘Hysteria’, is classic and ethereal. The instrumentals give us an out-of-world experience with a mix of floating sub-bass, a higher-pitched repetitive piano riff, and reverberative piano chords. This hypnotic feeling complements the lyrics making it true “magical mysteria”.

Karine Hannah has managed to find much success in the pop music realm. She has received many accolades throughout her music career. At the age of sixteen, her performance on a Canadian television show caught the eye of none other than Celine Dion. The world-renowned diva then went on to ask Karine to perform at her wedding.

So you’re definitely in good company here…have a listen to Karine stunning single below…

Theo Tams Put His Spin On A R&B Classic, ‘Say My Name’

Following the release of his first two Trilogy EPs, Toronto R&B artist THEO TAMS shares a cover of the much-loved Destiny’s Child classic, ‘Say My Name.’

Tams has made the track his own by adding further grit and dirt to the production, a soulful, unapologetic and sexy flipping of the script on the traditional cheating narrative.

‘Say My Name’ is the first of a series of covers that Tams is releasing ahead of Trilogy III, taking time to find meaning and connection in songs that aren’t his own while delivering them as though they were.

Very good cover; why not check it out below…

Song of the Day: That’s Life (Stay Refix) – Harley Maxwell

North London’s rapper HARLEY MAXWELL gives Pablo Nouvelle’s instrumental ‘Stay’ a sassy makeover, giving the production a smooth slow jam vibes through his warm raspy delivery.

Harley found his interest in music at the age of 15, after visiting a friends studio in the mountains of San Joan, Ibiza. His EP ‘Summer Daze’ was well received and video for standout track ‘Monday Morning’ continues to clock views on SB:TV. ‘Chased Lines,’ a mesmerizing ethereal single, has generated well over a million plays.

Described as one of UK Rap’s most exciting growing acts, Harvey gets ready to release his debut LP, ‘ROOM TWELVE’ next month.

This is one hot track right here…check out ‘That’s Life’ below…

Gena Perala Shares Video Of Her Cover On Miley Cyrus Hit, ‘We Can’t Stop’

NEW LEASE MUSIC long-time staple GENA PERALA makes a return with video for the cover of Miley Cyrus’ hit ‘We Can’t Stop’.

Renowned for covering original material which often touches on topics of heartbreak, failure and the difficulties we face in this life, the Canadian singer/songwriter will be releasing a string of cover pop song this year, as a way of paying homage to the genre that she loves so much.

So have a listen to Gena’s first installment of pop covers below…