Neon Vectors – “Hopefully”

Jeff Cubbison

Rising dance producer enthralls with another hypnotic, groovy banger

Earlier this year, dance producer Neon Vectors dropped the incendiary album Bigger Grooves – a hypnotic blender of future funk, nü-disco, house, smooth jazz and vaporware – and one of the best albums of the year so far. Plus, her set at Electronicon 2 in L.A. a couple weeks ago was a blast (you can watch the whole thing HERE, by the way). And last month, she dropped an enthralling new track called “Hopefully” that we’ve had spinning on repeat ever since.

A flurry of driving house beats, dreamy keyboards, and stuttery vocal samples anchor “Hopefully,” a fully analog track and the first to feature Neon Vectors’ mesmerizing singing voice. The song then adds funky bass lines, bendy synths, and rapid-fire conga drums, conjuring a shimmering, longing retro-party vibe that never lets up. It’s equal parts groovy and soothing, and another classic from the chameleonic musician.

You can listen to “Hopefully” below, and make sure to catch up with Bigger Grooves, which you can check out HERE.

 

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