Our SoundKlout series is all about finding the best artists SoundCloud has to offer. Each day we’ll spotlight a handful of good music from a selected SoundClouder. If you know anyone that needs noticing, make sure to hit us up with a few of their tracks.
Really don’t want to belabor this point, but I’ve finally found a female producer to show off! As many female musicians as we’ve featured on here, I rarely come by a producer, let alone a top-notch one! Now we get one that not only produces some heeaaavy electronic, but switches up her style every damn time. From dubstep to downtempo, ill-esha’s production is mighty fine.
One issue I had with her SoundCloud page is her abundance of clips, although a lot of them seemed complete. I’ve included some of my favorite clips at the bottom, now I gotta go hunt some of their full versions down.
The Weeknd – The Morning (ill-esha’s lovestep jam)
The Weeknd is a hot remix canidate right now, yet few stack up to their original. ill-esha’s Lovestep remix of “The Morning,” however, is one of the best I’ve heard, yet.
Outkast – Crumblin’ Erb (ill-edit)
Awww, ya. I may know A TON of Outkast remixes, but none with the funky-smooth bass’d out groove like this.
Blackstreet – No Diggity (ill-esha Remix)
Was about to quote a few classic lines from this, but there are just too damn many. R&B glitched the fuck out!
Keith Sweat – Keep it Comin (Bootleg)
Remixing this summertime love jam puts a whole new love on Keith Sweat’s song.
Woof – Puttin on the Ritz (ill-esha remix)
Haha, of all things to get glitched-out. Good use of the original instrumentals.
Lenny Kravitz – Statue of Diminishing Liberties (Bootleg Remix)
Intro’s a bit drawn out, but good viiibes no doubt. But when Kravitz kicks in, shit gets glitch-funky coool.
A Few Clips I Enjoyed