Brandon Hauser

Brandon currently resides in Denver, CO, but has lived in Ohio, Virginia, and Austria. Attending his first concert over 10 years ago (Styx & Lynyrd Skynyrd), he continues to be an avid live music connoisseur. He has been curating for the last 8 years, and has been fortunate enough to do A&R work for a few LA based labels, along with consulting for a few up and coming LA producers and artists. Current favorite artist: ford. Current favorite venue: Red Rocks Current favorite platform: Spotify Current current favorite blog: hypem Check out Brandon’s lo-fi finds

Hyphy

9 June 2021

Auditory energy – featuring artists like Gryffin • Odesza • Drake • ZHU • ILLENIUM • Tee Grizzley • Joyner Lucas • BUNT

Eight Ball Eyes

21 May 2021

The empty, longing eyes, looking for connection and comfort in a dismal reality featuring artists like Daughter • Bon Iver • Angus & Julia Stone • Say Lou Lou • Oh Wonder • BANKS • Youth Lagoon

Deadlove – Ben Howard

9 December 2020

“Deadlove” comes in with daunting piano leading into distorted vocals. A reverberating beat of a female vocal sample, paired with the background beat, make this a tune everyone can vibe to.

Try Me (with Plastic Toy) – DJ Snake, Plastic Toy

13 November 2020

“Try Me” starts off with a distorted female vocal sample that immediately captures the listeners attention. Around forty seconds in, the beat drops and it is a wavy, flowy vibe that puts you in a tropical mindset…

Beautiful Light – Uppermost

8 October 2020

Synonymous underlyings to the name of this playlist… a self reflective thought where the listener can question their own consciousness.

Stoned (OTR Remix) – Blondage

11 September 2020

This week’s track has just enough umph to energize, while also looping you through yesterday’s thoughts. OTR, an Ohio native, adds his creative, melancholic sound over the Denmark duo’s poppy electric sound.

Get Lost (ford. Remix) – Bearson, Ashe, Ford.

11 September 2020

This trio is the definition of head turning, melodic music that you can not help but to move to. A perfect track to play for almost every scenario, the rhythmic beat and delayed vocal entrance has the mind thinking of good times to come.