IP’s New Music Friday – January 15th, 2021

Welcome to another awesome week of Infinite Purple’s New Music Friday recap where we sift through this week’s released tracks to bring you the songs that stand out!

Read all the way through or make your way to the bottom for the full Spotify playlist of our Friday discoveries.


Never Gonna Forget – Black Coffee (ft. Diplo & Elderbrook)
South African producer, Black Coffee, has been on a roll lately releasing great track after great track. On this one, he teams up with super-producer Diplo and Elderbrook to bring us an emotionally charged track that includes some awesome percussion and vocals.

Comeback. – Gallant
R&B singer, Gallant, comes to us with an amazing first release of 2021 that feels like it could have come out of the early 2000s. Utilizing his incredible voice and some acoustic guitar, he weaves a song that will make you feel hopeful for your love to “comeback.”

Down Low – Dombresky (ft. Donnie Sloan & Ricky Ducati)
French producer and Dj, Dombresky, has blessed us with another summertime anthem that will make you want to fast-forward to soaking in the 2021 sun. Alike to most Dombresky, this one is joyous, fun, and as dancy as they come!

Murkit Gem – El Michels Affair (ft. Piya Malik)
This is the fourth collab between Piya Malik and El Michels Affair. As always they produced a song that is fresh and funky, and eclectic just the way we like it. This track has an old school feel that’s oh so sweet.

Oh, Miles – Lane 8 (ft. Julia Church)
If you enjoy deep and melodic house alike to the sound Nora En Pure and Ben Bohmer, then this track is for you! Lane 8 is an artist who keeps things deep, minimal, and  melodic while always creating something that is undeniably beautiful. “Oh, Miles” starts with an emotion-provoking vocal and builds into a mystical journey of deep house! We suggest playing this one on a long drive or when feeling reminiscent.

Fighting Slowly – Voilaaa (ft. Ayuune Sule)
Voilaaa continues to release amazing grooved out tracks that will transport you to another land where things are bright and shiny. The keys played on this track will make you melt and feel like you’re lounging on a tropical island somewhere.

Set Me Free (Martin Ikin Remix) – Oliver Heldens & Party Pupils (ft. MAX)
If you have been following Martin Ikin then you know the guy knows how to make a banger. This “Set Me Free” remix takes the more vibey (just-released) original and levels it up to a tech house club pumper, keeping the drums simple while adding a harder plucking baseline to make it hit hard enough for the dance floor!

Endlessly (Volkoder Remix) – Airwolf (ft. Kytsa)
In the same realm as Chris Lake, Fisher, and Deeper Purpose, Volkoder is a definite leader of the tech house world right now! From the extremely catchy vocal to the rolling bassline, this one is destined to pump up your workout or shake any dancefloor. 

Let It Go (Vintage Culture Remix) – Louie Vega & The Martinez Brothers (ft. Marc E. Bassy)
We’re spoiled once again with another epic remix of “Let It Go,” this time by the House/Techno veteran Vintage Culture. This remix has more of a deep house vibe that is perfect for listening in a long car ride, bike ride, or working out. Don’t forget to check our other remixes by Honey Dijon, Dom Dolla & TMBLV Dub mix.

Glow (Saturate My Soul) – Memory Wipe
Northern California based musician, Memory Wipe, brings us his first release under his new solo project. On this song, we get some quality rock guitar playing along with emotionally charged vocals that will make you feel some deep emotion. Keep an eye on this guy as he continues to release new tracks in 2021!

Individuality Riddim – Nicola Cruz
This vibey track is the first release since Late March last year. Nicola as always incorporates different sounds of the world to create a beautiful and unique song that can be played in most settings.

And some more tracks that stood out this week:


For the full IP’s NMF playlist including some additional songs not featured above, check the playlist below:

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