IP’s New Music Friday – January 21st, 2022

Welcome to a jam-packed week of Infinite Purple’s New Music Friday recap where we listen 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.


Chocolate Hills – Khruangbin & Leon Bridges
The collaboration of the century continues to bear fruit as Khruangbin and Leon Bridges release their newest single from their forthcoming album, Texas Moon. On the new single, “Chocolate Hills,” Leon does what he does best, swooning over a beautiful woman with the voice of an angel. This track will definitely have you feeling good.

In The Dark – Purple Disco Machine & Sophie and the Giants
Modern disco legend, Purple Disco Machine, teams up once again with indie band Sophie and the Giants to bring us another dance-floor hit. “In The Dark,” has the classic PDM sounds including a pumping bass line, fun synths, and Sophie’s nostalgic vocals.

I Fell in Love Again – Kid Bloom
Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, & instrumentalist, Kid Bloom, continues to catapult into the music scene with his feel-good indie rock music. His newest song, “I Fell in Love Again,” is a nice, summer-y track that brings all the emotions of falling in love again. Kid Bloom is definitely one to keep an eye on as he continues to rise.

Lonely – Love Regenerator, Riva Starr, & Calvin Harris (ft. Sananda Maitreya)
Calvin Harris’ new artist project, Love Regenerator, brings us back to some of the classic sounds that made us fall in love with Calvin Harris in the first place. “Lonely,” which features disco DJ/producer, Riva Starr, and singer Sananda Maitreya. It is a fun, upbeat piano house track that feels good in the soul.

Turn Off The Lights (Cloonee Remix) – Chris Lake (ft. Alexis Roberts)
The long-awaited Cloonee remix of tech house legend Chris Lake’s “Turn Off The Lights” is finally here, and this one is an absolute smasher. Cloonee kept much of the ear candy from the original while adding a clubbier feel, you don’t want to miss it!

Somebody To Love (Gorgon City Remix) – Ben Kim
We love a remix of an older classic and Ben Kim hit it out of the park with his original “Somebody To Love.” Chart-topping British house duo Gorgon City took the original and put a darker feel to it with some techno-influenced sounds and some deeper feels than we would have expected!

Best Friend – Peshawnkelly & Pyro
Close friend and incredible singer, Pyro, has released his newest track with R&B artist Peshawnkelly to deliver a song that creates quite the vibe. The voices of both artist seemlessly jump back and forth as Peshawnkelly’s hip hop based vocals mesh perfectly with Pyro’s beautiful, soulful voice.

Work – Honey Dijon (ft. Dave Giles II, Cor.Ece, & Mike Dunn)
We love a little Honey Dijon around here and in collaboration with other legends she’s put out a bouncy and jazzy house track with a sprinkle of sass. If you’re looking for a little inspiration or just a solid groove, this ones for you.

Album Reviver – Lane 8
Denver-based DJ & Producer, Lane 8, has become a truly legendary artist in the electronic music scene and his new album, Reviver, is truly a work of art. With powerful synths, awesome featured singers, and blooming song structures, Lane 8 proves once again why he’s at the top of the game. Some of our favorite tracks from it include “Survive (ft. Channy Leaneagh,” “Nuclear Lethargy,” & “Automatic (ft. Solomon Grey).”

Album Once Twice Melody – Beach House
Modern indie group, Beach House, has released their newest album that, for the first time, was entirely produced by the band. Beach House’s beautiful sounds including soft, emotional vocals and wandering melodies, show their range as this album is mostly electronic. Some of our favorites from the album are “Only You Know,” “Once Twice Melody,” & “Runaway.”

And some more tracks that stood out this week:


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

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