(Literally just came up with this thread idea last night, which is why it's a month and a few days late. If this one is successful, though, we may do more like it!)
This is a discussion thread for any and all February 2016 Monstercat releases (songs, extended plays, long plays/albums, etc.). Feel free to state your honest opinions about them, but do be open-minded! Not everyone will have the same opinions about the releases.
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Known February 2016 releases
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Since I can't spew out all of my endless opinions on every song, I'll just put here that "Deeper Love"'s remix is absolutely amazing. The original was good overall as well, but there was a tinny, unreal feel to it that I really think the remix captured. :p
Snavs - Into The Wild (feat. Sebastian Lind): At first, I thought this didn't have a lot impact on me until it grew on me after a few listens but I mostly enjoyed his remix with Toby Green on Here It Comes.
Karma Fields - Greatness (feat. Talib Kweli) - Not a lot of people enjoyed it but I personally enjoyed it as it was really diverse to see on the Monstercat catalog and amazing vocals from Talib. Probably my favorite track from Karma Fields so far, but there is definitely more tracks coming soon from the New Age / Dark Age LP which I'm hyped about listening to.
Hellberg - Synchronize (feat. Aaron Richards) - After viewing this track on Spotify and podcasts many times, Hellberg's style of house never gets old and I'm curious to see if he'll continue this or change it up a bit. Either way, awesome track by Hellberg.