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The Playlist: Jef Miles

Jef Miles showcase their musical differences and influences as they take over The Playlist.

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Vancouver based duo Jef Miles have been rocking the scene with some of their latest releases. Some of these tracks have picked up some heavy traction with DJs around the world. They do not seem to be slowing down. But to gain a little insight into their musical influences and what Jef Miles are currently listening to, they take over The Playlist. It’s a real different sound running throughout, but inspiration comes from a variety of genres.

Dyro Feat. Joe Taylor – Surrounded

We love that this song is bringing in elements of Dub, which we see as the influencing foundation of future house. The drop melody is great, and the vocals are almost nostalgic. Very cool track.

Yellow Claw Feat. DJ Snake & Elliphant – Good Day

So many of our producer friends can probably relate to this track, from a “nerdy background to cool kid.” The song has deep meaning plus all of the great elements of a 2017 dance track including great drops.

Kill Paris – Where R U

We love the bass-line in this track from our friend Kill Paris. The vocals are really simple, but the song carries it. It’s one of those tracks where it isn’t “all about the vocal,” which means the music is also great.

Jef Miles – 80’s Bounce

We are all dressing now like it’s 1985, so we thought it would be fun to make a track that could bring out those 80’s elements. It’s also a must for the set because it absolutely pounds in the club.

Dzkeo Feat. Brynn Elliot – California

This song builds to a huge drop. It’s kind of the updated version of what progressive house was 2 years ago, and one of the first where the verses are tame but the drops are not. Great solo work from our friend Dzeko.

Skrillex Feat. Poo Bear – Would You Ever

Ground-breaking melodic house sounds, and yet again our friend Skrillex demonstrates why he’s top of the game and going strong.

Daijo – Heart Sting

Our up-and-coming friend Daijo combines a siren-type drop with elements of trap and beautiful vocals. It makes you want to close your eyes, raise your hands and sway. So deep and well-delivered.

Don Diablo – Momentum

Supporting our friend Don Diablo is easy, because his songs all deliver the sickness. This one throws us back to Fatboy Slim days, but the drop is modern and very cool.

Arty Feat. Eric Nam – Idea Of You

When it’s time for a breakdown in the set, this one works so well. Arty is your go-to for compelling vocals and interesting musical elements.

Tujamo – One On One

We love that our friend Tujamo was able to make a softer song here, with more compelling vocals, but still managed to keep his signature horns. The song builds nicely, and gets the head nodding right away.

For more information on Jef Miles:
http://www.jefmiles.com/
https://www.facebook.com/jefmilesmusic/
https://twitter.com/JefMilesMusic
https://soundcloud.com/jefmilesmusic

Jef Miles - Slideshow

Jef Miles.

Vancouver based duo Jef Miles have been rocking the scene with some of their latest releases. Some of these tracks have picked up some heavy traction with DJs around the world. They do not seem to be slowing down. But to gain a little insight into their musical influences and what Jef Miles are currently listening to, they take over The Playlist. It’s a real different sound running throughout, but inspiration comes from a variety of genres.

Dyro Feat. Joe Taylor – Surrounded

We love that this song is bringing in elements of Dub, which we see as the influencing foundation of future house. The drop melody is great, and the vocals are almost nostalgic. Very cool track.

Yellow Claw Feat. DJ Snake & Elliphant – Good Day

So many of our producer friends can probably relate to this track, from a “nerdy background to cool kid.” The song has deep meaning plus all of the great elements of a 2017 dance track including great drops.

Kill Paris – Where R U

We love the bass-line in this track from our friend Kill Paris. The vocals are really simple, but the song carries it. It’s one of those tracks where it isn’t “all about the vocal,” which means the music is also great.

Jef Miles – 80’s Bounce

Jef Miles.

We are all dressing now like it’s 1985, so we thought it would be fun to make a track that could bring out those 80’s elements. It’s also a must for the set because it absolutely pounds in the club.

Dzkeo Feat. Brynn Elliot – California

This song builds to a huge drop. It’s kind of the updated version of what progressive house was 2 years ago, and one of the first where the verses are tame but the drops are not. Great solo work from our friend Dzeko.

Skrillex Feat. Poo Bear – Would You Ever

Ground-breaking melodic house sounds, and yet again our friend Skrillex demonstrates why he’s top of the game and going strong.

Daijo – Heart Sting

Our up-and-coming friend Daijo combines a siren-type drop with elements of trap and beautiful vocals. It makes you want to close your eyes, raise your hands and sway. So deep and well-delivered.

Don Diablo – Momentum

Supporting our friend Don Diablo is easy, because his songs all deliver the sickness. This one throws us back to Fatboy Slim days, but the drop is modern and very cool.

Arty Feat. Eric Nam – Idea Of You

When it’s time for a breakdown in the set, this one works so well. Arty is your go-to for compelling vocals and interesting musical elements.

Tujamo – One On One

We love that our friend Tujamo was able to make a softer song here, with more compelling vocals, but still managed to keep his signature horns. The song builds nicely, and gets the head nodding right away.

For more information on Jef Miles:
http://www.jefmiles.com/
https://www.facebook.com/jefmilesmusic/
https://twitter.com/JefMilesMusic
https://soundcloud.com/jefmilesmusic

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