Bassnectar recently announced the brand new full length album / mixtape project, Into The Sun, a few weeks ago while releasing five of the tracks that had the internet going nuts. Today we get a track we’ve been looking to greatly, an unexpected collaboration between rising Philly producer Louis Futon and Zion I. The song takes Bassnectar’s signature festival ready style and […]
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LA producer Dillon Francis has been teasing his upcoming “Moombahton” EP and today we finally get an official release date of August 14th, along with the release of the first single from the EP. “Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin)” is a party starter from the go with Dillon’s signature synths, heavy hitting drums, and bass growls all leaving room for […]
Bassnectar, who tends to have tracks that cater dramatically to various moods – went downtempo psychedelic with his buddy Michael Kang from The Stringe Cheese Incident this past weekend during his headlining set at Electric Forest in Michigan. The duo worked together on a track called “Dubuasca” that was on his 2004 album, “Diverse Systems of Throb.” Check out a live version below – as well as the photo and tweet from Electric Forest’s Twitter account. Old friends reunite at The Forest. #ForestFamily @Bassnectar @SCI_Official pic.twitter.com/wY0ZtPdn2w — Electric Forest (@Electric_Forest) June 28, 2015 Live recording of the collab from 2006: Bassnectar
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The new collab from Xjado & Tincup definitely lives up to it’s name. ‘Nocturnal’ gives off an eerie, bubbly vibe yet has big enough drops to not scare you away from the dance floor. Overall, the combination of Future Bass and Trap makes for a complete killer sound. You can snag ‘Nocturnal’ today as a free download from either of the guys’ Soundcloud pages. Enjoy!
“Almond goes tropical” – it almost sounds like a film title. And it sounds like one, too… Almond’s melodic electro gets exotic with this collaboration with amare – taking on a single from West Coast talent Jaymes Young and his single “What Should I Do” from nine months back. Bay Area talent amare is just 16 years old and brings the tropical flavor to this one. He’s got some other wonderful remixes out of the same vein on his Soundcloud. Make sure to peep him below and grab this free tune below. Stream here! Almond: Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud. amare: Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud.
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Russian sensation Dirty Stab continues to impress with his ever-intriguing take on bass music. The “Kick Glitch” EP has just been released on Adapted Records this week, featuring two tracks from Dirty Stab with one single assisted by BBK and another with Aeon Flex – a single called “Kick Glitch” that has an experimental intro and morphs into some tasty electro dub. Check out the second anthem-style single as well featuring BBK! Make sure to also check out Adapted’s Remix Competition that ends in 4 days! Support the EP from Dirty Stab here. Dirty Stab: Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud.
There is nothing better than a throwback remix, and Figgy took on Blackstreet’s 1996 hit, ‘No ity’. His take on the track is a good one, filled with some funky bass, keeping those smooth and groovy R&B vibes from the original track. Figgy has put out some awesome house remixes on his Soundcloud page, most of which are available as FREE downloads. Another one of my favorites is his recent remix of Fetty Wap’s ‘Trap Queen’. Be sure to check it out! Photo Credit: Soundcloud
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Power 106 FM in Los Angeles has a first class dance music show that goes down live every Saturday night from 2 -4am (KPWR 105.9) and this week’s exclusive mixes come just in time for mid-summer magic with Richard Vission and special guests Martin Solveig, Sleepy Tom, and Danny D’Brito. You can download each episode of the Power 106 Powertools Mixshow for free – check out this mix below and peep the Powertools Mixshow on Facebook, Soundcloud, and Twitter. We’ll be sharing these sets on a weekly basis to keep you up to date. Make sure to catch the show every Saturday on TuneIn or iHeartRadio if
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Shift K3y hopped on my radar after I heard “Not Into It” and then played it like 97x in a row. This dude is the king of finding sick samples … Continue reading →
Based in Sweden, the streaming service Spotify has been going since 2008 with a very popular platform for artists and users alike. This year, researchers from Spotify have been hard at work using data to predict how popular songs would trend in 2015, leading to a playlist (below) that takes all of their findings into account. It contains 25 songs. The results were based on the use of their “viral” chart and filtering the results with “feelgood” impact to decipher which ones best captured the celebratory vibe of summer. Trying to predict which songs will rise to fame has been a
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This past weekend Spinnin’ Records reached 10 million follower on YouTube. The Dutch label is now the 8th largest music channel when it comes to YouTube followers, a milestone they celebrated with a specially made music video highlighting their most successful videos in a unique 10 minute music video mix. “Our goal was to fill in the gap MTV had left and use our own video channel to promote new and exciting music videos”, Spinnin’s head of marketing Meindert Kennis said. Currently residing at the 29th spot in the overall list of most popular YouTube channels worldwide, and with the
Apple Music signs deals with independent publishers Merlin and Beggar’s Group following Apple’s agreement to pay artists royalties during the trial period.
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Zimmer dishes a sultry second taste of his forthcoming Coming of Age EP with the Polina assisted ‘Heartbreak Reputation.’
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Today, cloud-based music production platform Splice launched their newest tech, Splice Sounds.
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If you watched the BET awards last night then you saw Puff Daddy reunited with the Bad Boy labels artists to celebrate 20 years in the industry. Oh yeah, he … Continue reading →
Packing a serious punch today with a brand new EP is the Belgian producer/DJ Eptic. After the success of “The End” which landed some time back, “Immortal” is a hugely fitting follow up, and it also lands on the brilliant Never Say Die. Spanning four tracks in length, you are kicked into action with “Spellbound”, an eclectic and highly creative cut that really showcases Eptic’s clever approach to production. “Ectoplasm” is a furious collaboration with MUST DIE! that will have you reaching for a reload, whilst he moves into deeper and more rougher ground with “Jurassic.” A wicked remix of
This editorial dedicated to putting the spotlight on artists who create amazing music but always seem to fly under the radar for most dance music lovers. With so much great talent nowadays it’s easy to miss out on the many musicians who may not appear on the mainstage but always deliver a headliner performance. This weeks Under The Radar artist is Crazy P. Even though they’ve been around since the mid 90s, Crazy P (which stands for Crazy Penis…seriously) feels more relevant than ever with their latest full length effort, Walk Talk Dance Sing. For the most part, the group’s style has remained
Mike Mago and Rogerseventytwo revisit the prime of piano house with a modern twist for BMKLTSCH’s latest ‘Meant To Be.’
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Jamie Jones, Solomun, Carl Cox and many more join headliners The Chemical Brothers for another edition of Ultra’s global expansion.
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Oh boy, we have a straight up jam for you on this premiere. *Warning* your girlfriend/fuck buddy may attack you immediately upon completion of this track. Infectious hip-hop duo High … Continue reading →
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