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#Top25Of2016 GymJams #20: How To Dress Well. Lost Youth/Lost You. #GymJam #lift #indie

What We Said Then:

Chicago native Tom Krell is How To Dress Well. His 2014 album ‘What Is This Heart?’ was on many critics and music fans Top 10 lists that year. We’re eagerly awaiting a repeat performance on his upcoming album ‘Care’, out in September. In the meantime, the outstanding “Lost Youth/Lost You” is the lead single, and is available now.


What We Say Now:

After How To Dress Well released the triumphant ‘CARE’ album, he embarked on an intimate tour and released a few more stellar tracks, including “Can’t You Tell” and mesmerizing “They’ll take Everything You Have”. We’re hoping we don’t have to wait so long for his next album, but if we do…it’s worth it.


 

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How To Dress Well. Lost Youth/Lost You. #GymJam #lift #indie #NewMusicFriday

Chicago native Tom Krell is How To Dress Well. His 2014 album ‘What Is This Heart?’ was on many critics and music fans Top 10 lists that year. We’re eagerly awaiting a repeat performance on his upcoming album ‘Care’, out in September. In the meantime, the outstanding “Lost Youth/Lost You” is the lead single, and is available now.


 

If you like it, check out the buy page to get this track, or our stream page to stream from Spotify.


 


Louis The Child & Icona Pop. Weekend. #GymJam #lift #NewMusicFriday

It’s officially summer because Icona Pop is here. The “I Don’t Care” hitmakers return with a slightly more downtempo track, but still with beats that will get you moving. Featuring Chicago duo Louis The Child on production.


 

If you like it, check out the buy page to get this track, or our stream page to stream from Spotify.


 


Sounds Of Blackness. The Pressure Part 1. Frankie Knuckles Mix. #gymjam #burn #FKalways

A year ago today, we lost legendary house music producer Frankie Knuckles. In one of his earlier hits, “The Pressure Part 1” you can hear how he would eventually change dance music and put his “Godfather of House” spin on dance music. From his own original productions to collaborations and remixes for superstar artists like Toni Braxton, Lisa Stansfield, Chaka Khan, Hercules and The Love Affair among others, his legacy will live on. #FKalways.


 

If you like it, check out the buy page to get this track, or our stream page to stream from Spotify.