We usually listen to musical projects commissioned by non-musical brands with a heavy dose of skepticism. Thankfully, we’ve learned that they’re not always as dubious as they sound. Take Solè Bicycles, a fixed-gear bike brand that tapped DJ Tropicool to kick off a monthly mixtape series (they’re calling ‘em “fixtapes,” get it?) this week, with the intention of pairing their “favorite cruising tunes by the innovative artists of our generation to vibe with your rides into the future.” With that cruisin’-in-the-summer aesthetic in mind, Tropicool put together a set of sun-drenched tropical disco gems, cool enough for innocuous head bobbing but with enough buoyancy for a bourgeois late-night dance party. Highlights include Plastic Plates’ reggae-fused remix of “Jamaica,” ColeCo’s “Ricky Smiley,” which samples Brandy’s “I Wanna Be Down,” and the piano-led melody of NSFW’s “In The Dark” remix, which brings to mind a happier version of Drake’s droopy “Take Care.” All-in-all, Solè deserves props; this is high-class listening for the summer-addicted bunch.