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  1. Single Serving: IYES – No Love

    Brighton’s IYES aren’t holding back. They’ve now shared three new tracks in two weeks. The latest is the lovely, shimmering ballad “No Love.” More softly introspective than much of their previous output, it showcases another side of the duo and I’m definitely feeling it. Take a listen below.


  2. Single Serving: IYES – No Wonder

    Before last week it’d been months since we’d heard any new music from IYES. Then, last week, they dropped the rainbow-hued “So Crazy” and casually mentioned that it was the first single from “a few EPs” they’d been working on. Well, it certainly hasn’t taken very long for them to hook us up with another taste. Today we get Continue…

  3. Single Serving: IYES – So Crazy

    Our friends in Brighton’s IYES tell us they are back with a few(!) new EPs. We’ll have to wait to hear them in their entirety but for now we can sink our teeth into the swirling, rainbow-hued “So Crazy.” Built around co-ed vocals and a very danceable groove, it’s another hit for the duo. Enjoy!

  4. Single Serving: IYES – Simmer (live)

    Our friends in Brighton-based duo IYES have just released a stripped-down live demo of their next single “Simmer.” Built around a softly plucked guitar melody, ghostly harmonies and singer Melis Soyaslanová’s light croon, the jam lives up to its name – always threatening to boil over but never losing its composure. It’s available as a Continue…

  5. Single Serving: IYES – Glow

    Over the past year and a half, Brighton duo IYES (a.k.a. Josh Christopher and Melis Soyaslanová) have mesmerized us with a steady stream of excellent demos, hot singles, quality remixes, and even a highly sought after single in the Pairings Box that we’re very proud of. But, although they’ve been generous in their output, it’s been six months since their Continue…

  6. Single Servings: The Night VI – Wonderlust (IYES Remix)

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    The Night VI‘s latest offering “Wonderlust” is an upbeat and bouncing tune with an irresistible melody. We were pretty much hooked on first listen. So we’re happy to see that our buds IYES liked it enough to try their hand at reinventing the tune. Indeed, as they’d done with their remix of Paperwhite‘s catchy summer jam “Magic” – IYES completely Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Paperwhite – Magic (IYES Remix)

    I’m not easily impressed by remixes, but our friends IYES know how to do it right. Here they take Paperwhite‘s excellent new single “Magic” and nearly reinvent it entirely – starting from the ground up. They strip it down, change the pace, and even transform a verse into a brand new chorus. It’s may seem like Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Zella Day – 1965 (IYES Refix)

    We’ve been enjoying the tracks from the Zella Day  debut single around here recently. And, of course, we’re big IYES fans. And, perhaps surprisingly, it turns out they get along together quite well. The proof is this enigmatic and sparse refix of Day’s a-side “1965” by the Brighton duo. It’s pretty much the best. Take a listen. Continue…

  9. Single Serving: IYES – Toys (demo)

    It’s no secret we believe IYES (UK-based duo Josh Christopher & Melis Soyaslanova) are one of the best new bands on the planet. Everything they release is pure fire. We’ve been obsessing over their sensual and lushly-textured brand of indie-pop for some time now. The unstoppable duo just released a brand new demo mere minutes Continue…

  10. Single Serving: IYES – Breathe

    With all due respect to all the other artists dropping new singles this week, IYES already won the game. Their new single “Breathe” is simply an incredible, sexy and atmospheric jam. Multi-instrumentalist/producer Josh Christopher blankets the groove with an enveloping, cool vibe like a layer of heavy fog to accompany vocalist Melis Soyaslanova as she Continue…

  11. TK030: IYES – ‘Til Infinity b/w Crazy In Love (Beyoncé Cover)

    Once upon a time. How many great stories do you think have begun with that phrase over the centuries? Probably countless. The phrase (or some variation of it) exists in over 75 languages and has been in use since at least 1380. It’s particularly common when telling fairytales, myths or fables. So it’s appropriate that Continue…