The Playlist: Benjamin Carlisle

New York based artist and rising star Benjamin Carlisle is the next artist to showcase The Playlist which is doing the rounds for him.

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Benjamin Carlisle is one of those artists who are a certainty to breakthrough at any given time. With a major remix from Icarus coming in on is track, it really made people sit up and take note about who he is, the name Benjamin Carlisle and what is expected from him over the next few months. The New York based artist is the next to take to The Playlist as he shares the tracks which are breaking through for him, and which are prominent in his listening. Expect all things House, and a little bit of the Future as well. Take it away Benjamin…

Calippo – Off the Scent

Calippo is on fire, this track has the perfect summer day time vibe.

Wet – All The Ways (Branchez Remix)

Have always been a big Branchez fan. He captures the New York Summer with this one.

Kryptogram – Scarlet

I’m loving the future vibe on this one. All Chicago here.

Madeaux, Valy Mo – Hearts for Eyes

Another one from Madeaux, the energy here makes the perfect peak for any set.  Definite festival banger.

CID – Together

This track has so much to offer for any set. Uplifting vibes from CID.

Marian Hill – Down

The bass is heavy while maintaining the mellow vibes of an afternoon by the beach.

Ten Ven – Overdue ft Rudie Edwards

Fresh from Eton Messy, Ten Ven brings us a summer dance masterpiece.

Mura Masa – What if I Go 

What is not to like about Mura Masa. He brings hit after hit.  This one is huge in Brooklyn at the moment. Perfect for rooftop sessions.

Jesse Glynn – Don’t Be So On Yourself (Antonio Giacca Remix)

The groove here speaks for itself.  The vocal is the cherry on top.  Another one from Antonio Giacca.

Camel Phat – The Quad

Camel Phat has been releasing some incredible productions lately bringing an instant summer hit with this one.

For more on Benjamin Carlisle:
https://www.facebook.com/benjamin.carlisle.music
https://twitter.com/BenjamnCarlisle
https://soundcloud.com/benjamincarlisle

Benjamin Carlisle is the next to step up and take over The Playlist with his current musical hits.

Benjamin Carlisle is one of those artists who are a certainty to breakthrough at any given time. With a major remix from Icarus coming in on is track, it really made people sit up and take note about who he is, the name Benjamin Carlisle and what is expected from him over the next few months. The New York based artist is the next to take to The Playlist as he shares the tracks which are breaking through for him, and which are prominent in his listening. Expect all things House, and a little bit of the Future as well. Take it away Benjamin…

Calippo – Off the Scent

Calippo is on fire, this track has the perfect summer day time vibe.

 

Wet – All The Ways (Branchez Remix)

Have always been a big Branchez fan. He captures the New York Summer with this one.

Kryptogram – Scarlet

I’m loving the future vibe on this one. All Chicago here.

Madeaux, Valy Mo – Hearts for Eyes

Another one from Madeaux, the energy here makes the perfect peak for any set.  Definite festival banger.

CID – Together

This track has so much to offer for any set. Uplifting vibes from CID.

Marian Hill – Down

The bass is heavy while maintaining the mellow vibes of an afternoon by the beach.

 

Ten Ven – Overdue ft Rudie Edwards

Fresh from Eton Messy, Ten Ven brings us a summer dance masterpiece.

 

Mura Masa – What if I Go 

What is not to like about Mura Masa. He brings hit after hit.  This one is huge in Brooklyn at the moment. Perfect for rooftop sessions.

Jesse Glynn – Don’t Be So On Yourself (Antonio Giacca Remix)

The groove here speaks for itself.  The vocal is the cherry on top.  Another one from Antonio Giacca.

Camel Phat – The Quad

Camel Phat has been releasing some incredible productions lately bringing an instant summer hit with this one.

For more on Benjamin Carlisle:
https://www.facebook.com/benjamin.carlisle.music
https://twitter.com/BenjamnCarlisle
https://soundcloud.com/benjamincarlisle

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