The Buro 24/7 Monthly Playlist by Maha Sulaiman

The Buro 24/7 Monthly Playlist by Maha Sulaiman

The music that's made her month

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Presenting the first installment of a Buro 24/7 monthly series to bring you new collection of tracks for your personal playlist; a top 10 covering nu-disco, house, indie-electro, and electro-pop

This month I've selected an irresistible line-up of fresh gems that are packed full of funky beats, reminiscent of those moments of pure bliss on the dance floor and soulful grooves with lush notes sure to get you in the mood.

There are special tracks by heavy-hitters as well as a few names you may not have come across yet, however familiar you are with the artists, trust that you will be hooked and hearing a lot more each month. Enjoy!

My feel-good playlist kicks off with fresh efforts in the form of Brenmar's exceptional new single Medusa, who teams up with LA newcomer Rush Davis and remixed by our favourite French man, Falcons.


Continuing that summer electronic dance vibe, German bass producer Boys Noize are back at it with an official spin of Depeche Mode's My Little Universe which is taken from group's 2013 album Delta Machine.

Newcomer Nicolas Haelg has dropped an incredible new remix of Glad You Came by the British-Irish boyband The Wanted.

The Bristol based duo Blonde have dished out a clever offering – the gem Higher Ground featuring vocals courtesy of  Liverpool artist Charli Taft, an irresistible feel-good house cut – sure to hit the repeat bin.

The always enjoyable Brucho is at it again with a new deep house mix, this time for Mihaylove's new single Love You Tool, with vocals from one of our favourite electro-pop singers, Veela.

A house music collaboration between Troy Kurtz and Richard Haig (aka Panic Bomber) has got some serious basslines going on in the 7.5 minutes that make up Such A Rush.

Here we have got one of our absolute favourite up-and-coming producers, Canadian's Pomo, with a brand new sedating track So Fine. It's breezy and super funky with deep sub bass and floaty vocals sets the mood just right with a chilled out atmosphere.

Next up is Montreal's beat-maker Kaytranada delivering big vibes with his take on Chet Faker's Talk Is Cheap. Kevin immerses us in an impeccable array of electronic and hip-hop vibes and captivating melodies, putting his ability for creating uniquely refined productions on full display.

Pete Grace gifting us a hot single Nobody Else, which we can't get enough of. This is the kind of track you want to bump in your car with the system turned way up.

Belgium's ATTAR! is dropping his latest masterpiece with a take on Australian synthpop duo Du Tonc's Surging Memories. The result here is resounding synths, cleverly layered with Matt Van Schie's vocals blend together for a hands-in-the-air and carefree attitude.

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