NEW FROM PHYSICAL PRESENTS: Bobby Love – “Stay” Ft. Ben Stevenson

Sometimes we get lost in our own club scene that we forget that new talent comes from other scenes as well.  Fresh out of the scene in Toronto we have the upcoming house artist Bobby Love and the latest from his backlog. Bobby Love has been quickly developing himself a rather rapid fan base, mainly praising his unique productions style and highly energetic live performances. He has even managed to catch some awesome buzz on the global circuit, with Armin Van Buuren’s label Armada Deep releasing his last single.  Bobby is only on the fast track to success and we hope we can see him along for the ride.

Alright, before we dive any further I want you to sit “Still” for a moment. Yes I know, that was lame, deal with it.  The latest release from this aspiring fresh talent, “Still” is yet another interesting track to come out of the experimental side of electronic music. Possibly created due to lack of sleep, Bobby Love figured he would dabble in a world where most artists/producers don’t dare to go…into the world of R&B. Not only is “Still” something new to add to the catalog of Bobby Love, but it’s sensual and groovy. Your ears and your body will pick up the groove almost immediately, we guarantee it.

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NEW FROM ARMADA: “Got No Love” – Sagan & Plastik Funk

We at MiR absolutely love it when we are able to provide extra coverage for artists as they grow throughout their careers. This week we have “Got No Love”, the latest from Plastik Funk and Sagan. We actually covered Plastik Funk’s House of Bliss release back in February, so it’s nice to see them grow as artists. With continued success from his most recent release, including “Sunrise (Club Mix)”, this German duo is on the quick path to fortune and respect in this crazy world.

Now moving on down to the track itself, “Got No Love” is yet another track to add to the bliss house style that Plastik Funk has developed. With a mission to create plenty of tracks with that signature feel-good vibe, the German duo keeps pumping out hit after hit. It’s bouncy, funky, and filled with expertly crafted piano riffs to compliment this groovy beat. With the festival season already officially kicked off, fans better be smiling, grooving, and singing along. If not, what is wrong with you?

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LA Producer MORTEN Back With Latest Single “Keep Me From You” Ft. ODA

While we often have a habit of showcasing a multitude of foreign producers and artists here at MiR, we occasionally enjoy showcasing some raw, local talent. This week we have one of our resident LA-producers MORTEN, showing off his latest single “Keep Me From You”. MORTEN is busy tearing up stages and festivals around the wave, mainly due to recent success with hits “Hypnotized” and “Coffee Can Money”. These recent hits have garnered plenty of support from major powerhouses such as Afrojack, Avicii, and Steve Aoki; thus putting him in quite high demand. We can’t wait to see what MORTEN will follow up with next.

Now that you are a bit familiar with him, let’s break down this latest release. “Keep Me From You” attributes most of its vocal work to Oda, who supplies plenty of mystifying and soulful vocals. This is definitely a home run, as Oda was picked after MORTEN changed the vocal track for this release nine separate times! However, the combination of MORTEN’s Cali-style and the Scandinavian vocalist definitely create a track that appeals to the idea of universal love.

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