THRDL!FE, the South London duo comprised of Sam and Jake, recently shared “Can’t Buy Love” – their killer first official release. Featuring Finnis singer-songwriter SAARA, the track is euphoric, sunshine-drenched anthem of the highest order.
Having previously built their reputation working behind the scenes with some of the biggest names in the European and US dance scenes, the duos first work as THRDL!FE was a remix for London Grammar which quickly racked up a million + streams.
Take a listen to “Can’t Buy Love”, released via Ministry of Sound, below and check out their summer-ready playlist.
Nu Aspect - Things I Said
Love Nu Aspects production style! Epic feeling build and great energy in the drop.
Deepend - Every Little Thing
Super catchy hook from Deb's Daughter and pure summer vibes throughout!
Redondo, UnoMas & Teo Mandrelli - I Want You
Love how chilled out this feels in the beginning, and how the hard hitting drums instantly switch up the energy.
Tony Quattro - Fuerza
Our personal favourite track off the HOWSLA EP. Great rhythm in the percussion, and a unique flute sounding sample that really separates this track from the rest.
J Hus - Did You See
The whole J Hus album is fire. This song in particular is great because it keeps his original sound, but has mass appeal to a huge audience. Yet to meet someone who dosen't rate this tune! Shout out Jae 5 on production also.
Major Lazer - Particula
Really cool combination of artists on this one. Major lazer always find great talent to work with from all over the world which is awesome. And of course the track is huge.
Future - Mask Off (Marshmello Remix)
Marshmello did a great job remixing this. Keeping the sample from the original beat keeps the familiarity of the original, and the Marshmello style drop allows it to work in a different setting.
Sandro Cavezza - So Much Better (Lost Frequencies)
Sandro's voice is amazing, and combined with this Lost Frequencies remix, it is a chilled out masterpiece.
Lauv - I Like Me Better
First song we ever heard from Lauv, after finding it on a spotify playlist that we follow, and very glad that we heard it. Lauv has a great soft tone to his voice, but is also a great songwriter and producer.
Tove Styrke - Say My Name
Love the hook of this, and the minimal production that goes along with. Different to the rest of the stuff we've heard from Tove Styrke, but we love it!