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The Code: Playlist

The Code have everything you need for the long weekend ahead. Get ready.

The Code are known to deliver bass-heavy, quality electro-R&B tunes. Their 2015 singles “F**k” and “Sedative” were stellar produced tracks and delectable slices of R&B and down-tempo soul. The mysterious duo has now released their mixtape “Blue Electronica” which delivers more of their undeniably hazy soulful sounds though a 12 tracked project. With their impressive electronic production and layered vocals that sedate any listener, The Code are just right to contrive the definitive Friday night house party playlist for you and all your bank-holiday-happy pals.

Whilst booze might seem essential (prob is) one thing that cannot be neglected is the soundtrack. Your house party playlist decides the party vibe, keeps the punters happy and gets everyone up to dance. Who wants a sit-down party? Exactly. Whilst many a Friday night playlist is created to fuel debauchery – and don’t get us wrong, we’re all for that – this track list is a refreshing mix of music similar to The Code’s own hypnotic sound with artists Profit$, Flume, Gallant, and a few specially selected others. Think sensually atmospheric. Perfect vibe for a long weekend, right? The guys explain their picks, so have a read and a listen and get house party hunting.

Kayne West – 30 Hours:

“We love the way the samples have been used in this track, Kayne can do no wrong”.

Iamamiwhoami – Born To Die:

“The string arrangement in this track is incredible – listen closely”.

Kill J – Coda:

“These killer vocals are so clean”.

Gallant – Bourbon:

“This is such a strong and powerful track, definitely a head nodder”.

Flume – Never Be Like You:

“Flume boats an original, cool style every time.”

Years and Years – Shine:

“Basically the coolest band to us right now”.

The Code – 16th Element:

“Our sound is so different – definitely needed at every house party, good vibes all round.”

Jakhoy – Odd Future:

“Super dope track, forever on repeat”.

Words
Chenae Rodrigues
The Code: Playlist

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