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PREMIERE | Trivecta & Wooli Join Up On Heavy New Dubstep Song “Falling”

Today we have a new premiere for you coming from Trivecta and Wooli, who have combined forces on their brand new collaboration “Falling,” coming via Monstercat. The two artists have styles that come together making for an explosive new dubstep collaboration that is just what you’d want from a collaboration. The track kicks off on a melodic note, building with beautiful chords and lush soundscapes with distorted vocals. Then things really get kicked into gear with the hard-hitting drop that will surely get your blood flowing. Enjoy! 

Trivecta x Wooli – Falling

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Vancouver Sleep Clinic Delivers Stunning New Electronic R&B Song “Silver Lining”

Today we have Vancouver Sleep Clinic’s latest song “Silver Lining” and we’re loving it. The 21-year-old artist Tim Bettinson is a Brisbane, Australia native who is a talented vocalist and producer that’s impressed us over the past few years and has returned with new music this year after.

“Silver Lining is about watching someone become too good for you. I’ve lost people I care about to the limelight before, and while you’re trying to be happy for them, sometimes you just miss the days when everything was so simple.” – Vancouver Sleep Clinic

He just recently dropped his EP Therapy Phase 001 where he linked up with Drew Love of THEY. on “Closure” and returns with this stunning new song “Silver Lining.” Bettinson recently escaped a label deal and kicks off his next project with this impressive new song that we already have on repeat. Here Vancouver Sleep Clinic puts his sound design talents and ear for melody on full display with the relaxing track pairing lush chords with skittering percussion. His soft vocals shine throughout this new song blending elements of R&B with hip-hop in the best way. His falsetto vocals prove to be the perfect pairing with the instrumental and we can’t wait to hear what else he has coming up. Enjoy!

Vancouver Sleep Clinic – Silver Lining

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Vancouver Sleep Clinic Delivers Stunning New Electronic R&B Song “Silver Lining”

Today we have Vancouver Sleep Clinic’s latest song “Silver Lining” and we’re loving it. The 21-year-old artist Tim Bettinson is a Brisbane, Australia native who is a talented vocalist and producer that’s impressed us over the past few years and has returned with new music this year after.

“Silver Lining is about watching someone become too good for you. I’ve lost people I care about to the limelight before, and while you’re trying to be happy for them, sometimes you just miss the days when everything was so simple.” – Vancouver Sleep Clinic

He just recently dropped his EP Therapy Phase 001 where he linked up with Drew Love of THEY. on “Closure” and returns with this stunning new song “Silver Lining.” Bettinson recently escaped a label deal and kicks off his next project with this impressive new song that we already have on repeat. Here Vancouver Sleep Clinic puts his sound design talents and ear for melody on full display with the relaxing track pairing lush chords with skittering percussion. His soft vocals shine throughout this new song blending elements of R&B with hip-hop in the best way. His falsetto vocals prove to be the perfect pairing with the instrumental and we can’t wait to hear what else he has coming up. Enjoy!

Vancouver Sleep Clinic – Silver Lining

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Alex Lustig & Anjulie Team Up On Bouncy, Refreshing New Track “The Morning”

It’s been over a year since we had the pleasure of introducing Alex Lustig to the site, but as he’s just popped back up on our radar, it’s clear he’s kept incredibly busy. From his 2017 Sense EP to his recently started wave series – today Alex has pushed his sound even further by joining forces with Canadian artist Anjulie on a brand new single, titled, “The Morning”.

This latest offering perfectly exemplifies what drew our ears to Alex Lustig in the first place. Characterized by lush, pulsing synths, atmospheric soundscapes and snappy percussion atop a thumping 808, Anjulie’s soft vocals (which you may recognize from collabs with Boombox Cartel & QUIX as well as Elephante), give the track an incredible, emotional vibe. Check out “The Morning” below and enjoy!

Alex Lustig & Anjulie – The Morning

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Rising Artist Cautious Clay Blends Hip-Hop, R&B & Indie Music On New Single “French Riviera”

Cautious Clay is an artist we’ve been excited about lately. He has a unique sound blending elements of hip-hop, R&B and indie music and is back with with another impressive new song “French Riviera.” We recently had the pleasure of premiering the acoustic version of his breakout hit “Cold War,” which he followed up with his debut EP Blood Type. He puts his vocal talents and infectious songwriting on full display here and we can’t wait to see where he goes from here. Enjoy!

Cautious Clay – French Riviera

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Dirtybird Releases Their Annual BBQ Compilation Full Of Wild Tech-House Bangers

Dirtybird’s first of three summertime BBQ events kicks off tomorrow in Austin, Texas, and, right on schedule, the Dirtybird crew has delivered another fiery BBQ compilation titled Filthy Flavors.

From front to back, this brand new compilation bumps. Filthy Flavors is chock full of eccentric, bassy, tech-house bangers that Dirtybird is famous for. As per usual, they’ve also put out music from a bunch of new artists who are making their Dirtybird debut, as well as some producers who’ve been around for a minute.

House music is getting more popular in the states every day, but Dirtybird remains the premiere label for wild, out-of-the-box tracks that you might not find anywhere else. Claude VonStroke and his gang have held that title for a while, and Filthy Flavors further cements their current standing within their ever-growing subgenre.

Take a listen to the full compilation below, which features tracks by Mikey Lion, Sacha Robotti, Bess Maze, Ed Lee, Josh Brown, and plenty more. Enjoy! 

Dirtybird BBQ: Filthy Flavors

 

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Russ Drops Catchy New Hip-Hop Song “Back to Life”

Russ is back with another new song. This man has been releasing music at an incredible pace and shows no signs of slowing down. Today he’s dropped his latest single “Back to Life” and it’s just the sound that Russ has made his name on. The singer, rapper, producer and engineer has already put out multiple singles this year including “Since I Was Broke” just last week. Enjoy!

Russ – Back to Life

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Space Laces Switches Things Up On Hard-Hitting Bass House Single “Kaiju”

If you’ve been keeping up with bass music, you definitely know that Space Laces has been absolutely killing it in the dubstep world lately (think “Throwin’ Elbows”). From hard-hitting tracks like “Bugbass” to insane collabs with Snails and Excision, today the Louisville-based producer has impressed us yet again with a brand new single, titled, “Kaiju”.

As the word Kaiju refers to monsters from ancient Japanese legend (or contemporarily, the movie Pacific Rim), this latest bass-monstrosity couldn’t have been given a more appropriate name. It seems Space Laces has switched things up a bit with his sound though, as characterized by shrill, metallic screeches, abrasive growls and pulsing bass over a 4/4 kick, the first half of the track has a distinctive bass-house vibe to it. Although anecdotally Space Laces comes off as comical and sometimes seems like a 3D personification of a meme, in listening to the tracks outro…we’re happy to see that nothing’s changed. Check out “Kaiju” below and enjoy!

Space Laces – Kaiju

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Mija Takes On Drum & Bass With Experimental New Single “Talk”

Throughout 2018 Mija has proven her versatility as a producer again and again – from her debut EP HOW TO MEASURE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN LOVERS to last month’s drum and bass remix of Alice Glass’ “Without Love,” this year has no doubt been one of exploration for the Arizona-born producer. Today Mija is back with “Talk,” a striking new single that falls on the downtempo, underground side of the spectrum.

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Accompanied by some downright trippy cover art, Mija continues to explore diverse new sounds with the short but sweet “Talk.” The song has numerous quirks, from the faraway vocal samples to a blend of drum and bass and, surprisingly, an almost hardstyle bass-breakdown that appears twice throughout the track. “Talk” is a bold release unafraid to stand out from the crowd, and it’ll definitely have you hitting repeat to dissect each layer again and again. Check it out below and enjoy!

Mija – Talk

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Eric Prydz Returns As Pryda To Share New 4-Track Elements EP

House-music legend Eric Prydz has really been keeping us all on our toes lately. Having released music under 12+ separate monikers over a career spanning nearly two decades, at this point it’s becoming hard to tell whether or not he’s a robot… But as we recently saw with the revival of Tonja Holma, it seems Prydz has been reaching to the past to shape his future – today returning yet again as Pryda to share a brand new EP, Elements.

This latest offering perfectly exemplifies, to its core, the dynamic progressive house sound that Eric Prydz has been expertly shaping since the beginning. Characterized by lush, pulsing synths, eerie mechanical sound design, vibrant soundscapes and powerful percussion all atop a traditional thumping 4/4 kick, we couldn’t have asked for a better addition to Pryda’s incredible discography. Although it’s only been since the end of 2017 since we last heard from Pryda with the single “Stay With Me”, seeing as it’s been over three years since the last EP under this name, we can’t help but wonder what else Eric Prydz has been keeping under wraps. Check out Elements below and make sure to keep an eye on Prydz in the near future, as we will definitely be doing the same. Enjoy!

Pryda – Elements

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Seven Lions, Kill The Noise & Tritonal Unleash Massive Collaboration “Horizon” Feat. HALIENE

After coming together throughout fall 2017 for the Horizon Tour, powerhouse producers Seven Lions, Kill The Noise and duo Tritonal dropped their much-anticipated collaboration “Horizon” feat. HALIENE today. Each of these explosive artists has been up to big things in 2018 – Seven Lions announced his Ophelia label and Kill The Noise dropped his incredible “Killumination” mixtape as he heads out on his own headlining tour, to start. “Horizon” is yet another impressive achievement from each of these musicians.

A collaboration between three groups (composed of four producers total) is easier said than done; with vastly different styles, the final product could have descended into a jumbled mess. Instead, each artist’s signature shines while still remaining cohesive with the track’s tone.

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A euphoric intro guides the listener in, with HALIENE’s lofty vocals and a gradual build sounding quite Seven Lions-esque. The drop is split into three distinct sections where we can only assume each producer or group steps up to the plate. The first piece is reminiscent of Seven Lions, composed of a raucous kick and rumbling bass combined with glowing progressions. Next up is Kill The Noise – this dark section bursting with chopped up bass will no doubt take you by surprise. Last is Tritonal with a more radiant, lighthearted piece rolling smoothly into the outro. This style of collaborating was definitely a risk that paid off in leaps and bounds for these four. Check out “Horizon” below and enjoy!

Seven Lions, Tritonal and Kill The Noise – Horizon (Feat. HALIENE)

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Zeds Dead Blend Dubstep, Future Bass & Drum & Bass On Remix Of 3LAU’s “Touch”

Zeds Dead always seem to hit the mark with their remixes. Since first popping up on our radar we’ve loved whenever they take on another song to make it their own, and that’s just what we have today with their take on 3LAU’s “Touch” featuring the vocals from Carly Paige. Zeds Dead managed to blend different genres including dubstep, future bass and drum & bass and more putting their spin on 3LAU’s song off his recent project Ultraviolet. Be sure to see Zeds Dead at Red Rocks this summer as we can’t wait for the return of Dead Rocks. Enjoy!

3LAU – Touch Ft. Carly Paige (Zeds Dead Remix)

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Donald Glover Co-Stars With SZA In New Music Video For “Garden”

SZA has been taking over the past year with CTRL taking her to new heights as one of the biggest R&B vocalists right now. Now she’s teamed up with none other than Donald Glover for the new music video for “Garden” and it’s just what we wanted from them. Donald co-stars in the video that also includes SZA’s mother, Audrey Rowe. This comes after SZA made a brief appearance in Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” earlier this year, and now he returns the favor. See below and enjoy!

SZA – “Garden (Say It Like That)” | Music Video

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PREMIERE | NGHTMRE Shares Extra Heavy Dubstep Remix Of Flosstradamus’ “MVP” (Ft. Smokepurpp)

Flosstradamus just recently shared his new collab with Smokepurpp – which we’re pleased to announce has just received an incredibly heavy remix from a powerhouse of a bass-producer. Today, now that festival season is in full swing, we’re excited to premiere NGHTMRE’s brand new remix of Floss and Smokepurpp’s “MVP”.

Coming off his recent remix of ZHU & Ekali’s “Blame” and the release of his second solo EP, NGHTMRE has undoubtedly been setting himself up to have an incredible year. With this latest offering, characterized by shrill, metallic screeches, abrasive growls, hard-hitting percussion and explosive bass, the LA-based producer has effectively taken Floss’ most recent release and turned it into an absolute festival banger. We’re definitely looking forward to hearing this one mainstage over the summer. Check out NGHTMRE’s remix of “MVP” below and enjoy!

Flosstradamus – MVP (feat. Smokepurpp) (NGHTMRE Remix) | Download

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PREMIERE | Rising Producer Hurley Mower Impresses With Chill, Funky Production On “Cinnamon”

It’s our pleasure to introduce the talented producer Hurley Mower to the site for his tasty new track “Cinnamon” via Manifesto. The Chicago native is the latest electronic act to find his sound in the Windy City, following rising stars Whethan and Louis The Child on the path to finding a unique sound that resonates with people everywhere. Hurley has settled on a low-key, crisp production style that’s easily blended with rap or soulful R&B vocals. His recent track “Metronome” might be the perfect example of this distinctive style.

“Cinnamon” effortlessly glides between chill and funky with a melodic flavor delivered by vocal chops that flit between your earphones. A subtle bassline adds an irresistible bounce to the track that’s perfectly complimented by a touch of sax that hazily slides in and out of earshot. This is perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Check out Hurley’s thoughts on the track below and enjoy!

When  I  reflect  on  the  development  of  this  song,  I  honestly  think  about  how  lucky  I  got.  I  was  helping  a  singer  clean  up  a  song  and  she  sent  me  a  bundle  of  stems.  One  of  them  was  this  incredible  saxophone  player  just  warming  up,  I  think  that  the  engineer  hit  record  by  accident.  He  played  this  lick  that  I  altered  and  it  became  the  lead  line.  It  was  so  tasty  that  I  internalized  the  whole  song  very  quickly,  including  the  song  name   -  Hurley  Mower

Hurley Mower – Cinnamon

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PREMIERE | Oshi Delivers Impressive Remix Of Bearson & Kailee Morgue’s “Go To Sleep”

We recently had the pleasure of premiering Bearson & Kailee Morgue’s incredible collaboration “Go To Sleep” and now we have something special for you today. Now the remixes for the irresistible song have arrived and we’re very happy to have the premiere of Oshi’s remix for you. 

The original song captured a dreamy vibe showing off both Bearson’s lush sound design and Morgue’s next level vocals and songwriting. Oshi is a magician with his remixes and this one is no different. This time around he’s taken on the relaxing song added new percussion, rolling bass tones, vocal chops and bright new melodies giving the songs a new vibe we’re loving. Enjoy!

Bearson – Go To Sleep Ft. Kailee Morgue (Oshi Remix)

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Disclosure Return With Must Hear Single “Ultimatum” Ft. Fatoumata Diawara As First Release In Years

Disclosure are back! The beloved group just shared “Ultimatum” featuring the vocals from Fatoumata Diawara and it’s a welcome return from the UK brother duo. 

The duo came across this talented female vocalist and decided to sample her for this new song, and it works perfect. The song takes a worldly influence as they offer their signature deep house sound, but with a smoother, funky take than what we’re used to. It sounds like they incorporated more instruments in this than we’ve heard in the past and even sounds a bit like FKJ at times. They put out a full message to their fans below, so be sure to check that out as well. Enjoy!

Disclosure – Ultimatum (Ft. Fatoumata Diawara)

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[Contest] Win Entry To Louis The Child’s Private Show On Our Roof Deck + Red Rocks & Official After Party

We’ve been fans of Louis The Child for a while, and were extremely excited when they announced their first ever Red Rocks headline alongside Big Wild on May 24. We were even more excited for them when heard it sold out months in advance.

Well, we spoke with them and are happy to share that we are presenting an official After Party with them at Gothic Theater after the sold out Red Rocks show for all those who didn’t get tickets or those who did and want to keep the night going. Warning: This will sell out so don’t sleep and miss out. Buy limited tickets here.

Not just that, but we are also throwing a very intimate private party on our office rooftop here in heart of the RiNo district in Denver. They are going to be doing a DJ set and we are going to be live streaming this event on our Facebook page while it’s happening. We are going to be hooking up 10 lucky winners that will be able to attend the party and also bring a friend.

One grand prize winner is not only going to get to attend the party but will also get a pair of tickets to the sold out Red Rocks show and a tickets to the after party as well.

All you have to do is enter below through the various steps to increase your chances. Winners will be contacted on Monday with details.

Louis The Child Red Rocks Roof Top Party Give Away Presented By Thissongissick.com

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PREMIERE | Shift K3Y Shares Soulful New House Track “Don’t Look Back”

Although it’s been quite some time since we’ve had the pleasure of sharing new music from Shift K3Y on the site, we’re excited to have the opportunity to change that. Today, we’re happy to be premiering a brand new track from the London-based singer, songwriter, producer and DJ, titled, “Don’t Look Back” via Night Bass.

If there’s one thing we know about Shift K3Y, it’s that he’s an absolute powerhouse of a producer. With an discography packed with incredible solo projects as well as collaborations with Tinie Tempeh, Craig David, Stormzy, Jess Glynne, Zara Larsen, MNEK and many more, this latest offering only continues upon his unique house sound. Filled with soulful piano, lush, atmospheric vocal chops and heavy, pulsing bass, we couldn’t have asked for a better addition to both Shift K3Y and Night Bass’ catalog. Check out “Don’t Look Back” below and keep an eye out for Shift K3Y’s new EP, Bite, dropping tomorrow. Enjoy!

Shift K3Y – Don’t Look Back

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ZHU Delivers Dark New Music Video For “Still Want U” With Karnaval Blues

ZHU just recently returned in a big way, dropping a next level new project Ringo’s Desert Pt. 1 (part of a larger project coming this year), announced his DUNE tour bringing 2.5 tons of sand with him to tour stops and keeps the new content coming. Now he’s shared the dark new video for “Still Want U” off Ringo’s Desert featuring Karnaval Blues. 

When I say dark video, I don’t neccesarily mean it’s creepy or menacing, it’s just literally dark and hard to tell what’s going on at times, which fits with his aesthetic perfectly. See for yourself and check out his tour dates below.

ZHU & Karnaval Blues – I Still Want U | Official Video

ZHU’S DUNE TOUR, PHASE 1 DATES

September 07 – Chico, California @ El Rey Theatre
September 14 – Los Angeles, California @ The Shrine
September 16 – Phoenix, Arizona @ The Van Buren
September 18 – Dallas, Texas @ Bomb Factory
September 19 – Austin Texas @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre
September 20 – Houston, Texas @ Warehouse Live
September 24 – Washington, D.C. @ Echostage
September 25 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ Electric Factory
September 27 – Brooklyn, New York @ Brooklyn Steel
September 30 – Boston, Massachusetts @ House of Blues
October 02 – Montreal, Quebec @ New City Gas
October 03 – Toronto, Ontario @ Rebel
October 09 – Minneapolis, Minnesota @ First Avenue
October 13 – Calgary, Alberta @ The Palace Theatre
October 15 – Vancouver, B.C. @ Vogue Theatre
October 16 – Seattle, Washington @ Paramount Ballroom
October 17 – Portland, Oregon @ Roseland Theater
October 20 – Las Vegas, Nevada @ The Pearl
October 22 – San Diego, California @ The Observatory North Park
October 23 – Tucson, Arizona @ Rialto Theatre
October 26 – Morrison, Colorado @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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