Future Soul songstress Jordan Corey caught our attention over the summer, wheeling us in with her lovely “All That” EP. Beyond her seasoned lyricism and the project’s pristine production, her abilities as a live performer were what gripped us. The truth is, great production can mask true talent and seeing / hearing an artist live is the true test of their stardom. There are six live tracks off the EP that showcase her adept abilities as a piano player, gravelly gorgeous vocal texture and strikingly innate feel for music in general. We urge you to give them a listen if you haven’t already.
In comes Mark Vegan, a rising producer from New London (Connecticut) who takes the same approach to his music as his perspective on life — which is brimming with optimism and humility. With just over a year under his belt on the production side of the game, Mark is developing a feel-good sound that your entire household can vibe to — from your grandma to your niece.
Mark reached out to us about remixing a few of Jordan’s tunes off her “All That” EP, so we connected the two talents to see how the dynamic would do. Today we are proud to present Mark’s official remixes of Jordan’s “Float” and “All That”, both on point in our opinion. Kick back, forget about your stresses and enjoy these two uplifting treats prior to Halloween