Archive | Top EDM Of The Week RSS feed for this section

Slushii and Marshmello Drop Original Mix “Twinbow”

Newcomer, Slushii, has quickly climbed the ranks of EDM to cultivate a niche in the scene for himself. Building an immense fanbase, Slushii truly made a name for himself in 2016, and it appears he is riding that wave into 2017. After releasing a remix together, Slushii and Marshmello have teamed up once again to

The post Slushii and Marshmello Drop Original Mix “Twinbow” appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Fatboy Slim is Back with Latest Release “Where U Iz”

After a three year hiatus, Fatboy Slim is back with his latest release, “Where U Iz,” on Southern Fried Records. The fifty-three-year-old English DJ proves that he’s not out of the producing game with the release of this song. Taking listeners back to the 90′s, Fatboy Slim incorporates elements of disco and hip-pop alongside a

The post Fatboy Slim is Back with Latest Release “Where U Iz” appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Exclusive Interview with Cosmic Gate: Materia Tour Kick-off

I’ve always found it fascinating when someone has the ability to make a connection with another person by expressing their art; It’s a human link that bonds two complete strangers together over a creation that would have never existed had that individual not created it. I’ve also found myself a bit envious of that because

The post Exclusive Interview with Cosmic Gate: Materia Tour Kick-off appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Diplo Releases New Track and Music Video, “Waist Time”

Diplo, otherwise known as one of the most prominent figures in the EDM scene, released a song on January 13 with Autoerotique. The song titled “Waist Time” was released on Diplo’s label, Mad Decent. The track holds true to Diplo’s signature sound. Bass-heavy with trappy drums and influences from both house music and dubstep alike,

The post Diplo Releases New Track and Music Video, “Waist Time” appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Listen to Autograf’s Obama and Tupac Tribute, “Changes”

On January 11 the music trio, Autograf, released a surreal and touching tribute to President Obama titled “Changes.” The song is inspired by the President’s farewell address to the nation after his eight-year presidency. Hailing from Chicago, the electronic music group watched the President, who is also a fellow Chicagoan, speak to the city on

The post Listen to Autograf’s Obama and Tupac Tribute, “Changes” appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Airwave – Quest For Beauty

Despite being a major veteran of the trance music, Airwave has yet to reach the A list of dance music. While his throwback sound and vinyl only sets surely makes him stand out, it’s ambition that makes him so special. His latest release on Bonzai Records is proof of his stellar, out of the box,

The post Airwave – Quest For Beauty appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Mr. Fijiwiji feat. Aruna & Direct – Time To Say Goodbye

The rise of Monstercat as one of the authoritative brands in bass/electro music is not hard to grasp. So few labels bring on as many fresh, innovative, and just downright talented young artists as Monstercat does. Mr. Fijiwiji is one of their star players whose made a name for his mellow and moody sound that he’s been able to deliver in the form of both house and bass music. His Dogma EP highlights his strengths extremely well, but what really stands out is his collaborative effort “Time To Say Goodbye”, a track featuring fellow Monstercat beatmaker, Direct, and all star

The post Mr. Fijiwiji feat. Aruna & Direct – Time To Say Goodbye appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Mr. Fijiwiji feat. Aruna & Direct – Time To Say Goodbye

The rise of Monstercat as one of the authoritative brands in bass/electro music is not hard to grasp. So few labels bring on as many fresh, innovative, and just downright talented young artists as Monstercat does. Mr. Fijiwiji is one of their star players whose made a name for his mellow and moody sound that he’s been able to deliver in the form of both house and bass music. His Dogma EP highlights his strengths extremely well, but what really stands out is his collaborative effort “Time To Say Goodbye”, a track featuring fellow Monstercat beatmaker, Direct, and all star

The post Mr. Fijiwiji feat. Aruna & Direct – Time To Say Goodbye appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Mr. Fijiwiji, Direct & Aruna – Time To Say Goodbye

The rise of Monstercat as one of the authoritative brands in bass/electro music is not hard to grasp. So few labels bring on as many fresh, innovative, and just downright talented young artists as Monstercat does. Mr. Fijiwiji is one of their star players whose made a name for his mellow and moody sound that he’s been able to deliver in the form of both house and bass music. His Dogma EP highlights his strengths extremely well, but what really stands out is his collaborative effort “Time To Say Goodbye”, a track featuring fellow Monstercat beatmaker, Direct, and all star

The post Mr. Fijiwiji, Direct & Aruna – Time To Say Goodbye appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Johnny Yono – Hydrashock

You know you’ve met a true trance follower if they listen to Johnny Yono. He’s one of those artists whose work satisfies an elite palette for world class dance beats that demonstrate proficient and technical wizardry with undeniable substance. Johnny has never taken the easy road to making monstrous tunes and for the past few years he’s poured gas on the fire of trance music, constantly pushing his sound to greater heights, creating massive yet proper trance masterworks, shown with the infallible, trifecta EP, Poison Whispers, and his emotional remix of “These Hands I Hold”. Getting cozy with Armada‘s IHU imprint, “Hydrashock”

The post Johnny Yono – Hydrashock appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Mat Zo Breaks Free With New Album Self Assemble (Album Review)

It’s not easy to define Mat Zo anymore. The man that entered the scene as a trance music prodigy has grown into one of the most fearless producers in the game and his outspoken nature has made him a prolific figure in the EDM media as well. From numerous twitter beefs to his rants concerning ghost producers and industry drama, Mat Zo has always managed to generate excitement. Now with the release of his sophomore album, Self Assemble, Mat reminds us why he’s gotten so far and highlights his sporadic, no rules style in a short, sweet, and satisfying package. While the album

The post Mat Zo Breaks Free With New Album Self Assemble (Album Review) appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Zhu Marks His Return With Sexy New Tune “In The Morning”

Or the Zhu Soundcloud version if you want to favorite…. Zhu – “In The Morning” Zhu, the mystical dance music archetype, has made a habit of disappearing and re-emerging with new music. This re-emergence has brought along his new song “In The Morning”. I don’t know how he does it, but he perfectly encapsulates the feel of twilight hours. All of his songs would be appropriate on a long late night drive while drowned in thought. Music that invokes heavy pondering is amazing and I find it really rare for an artist to create ambience in the same way Zhu

The post Zhu Marks His Return With Sexy New Tune “In The Morning” appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Eric Prydz – Opus (Album Review)

What can’t be said about about Eric Prydz? As far as electronic musicians are concerned, there’s few artists that can even compare to the Swedish DJ/producer. To progressive house music (and I mean, REAL progressive house) he attains the same status that Paul Van Dyk or Armin Van Buuren have for trance; he is the king, the G.O.A.T.. His unwavering dedication to his sound and his utter disregard for any current industry trends have earned him unanimous respect, and his consistency throughout the years, both with his his self titled work and side projects, Pryda and Cirez D, is unprecedented

The post Eric Prydz – Opus (Album Review) appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Slander Soars With New Collab And Tour (Free Download)

One of Icon Collective’s greatest alumni acts, perhaps even THE greatest, is the legendary trap duo Slander. Pioneering the heaven trap sound along with a host of outrageously energetic and enormously heavy dance beats, they have encapsulated club and festival goers around the globe in ways most electronic artists only dream of. As 2016 begins, Slander wastes no time keeping their name in everybody’s head with a brand new collaboration with a long time mentor and inspiration, Adam K. “Breathe” aims high and takes listeners to trap heaven with Slander’s signature uplifting style. Amazing vocals from Matthew Steep and Haliene

The post Slander Soars With New Collab And Tour (Free Download) appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Glitch in the System (Episode 50)

Our Glitch in the System team brings you another show and new music features tonight with our favorite down under DJ’s TwEQ and DrDee from New Zealand’s RDU 98.5 station with plenty of quality entertainment, exclusive interviews, and more. Thank you for supporting the show every week! TIME: Live on air from 7:30-9:30 P.M. on Wednesday in New Zealand (they’re a day ahead of us). U.S. TIME: With daylight savings, we’re back to normally scheduled time (one day behind). Same time, except we are on Tuesday nights and they are on humpday. Tacos for us, Wub wub for them. Check out some of our podcasts on Mixcloud to hear some full shows over

The post Glitch in the System (Episode 50) appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Glitch in the System (Episode 46)

Join us for another episode of Glitch in the System tonight with DJ’s TwEQ and DrDee from New Zealand’s RDU 98.5 station with new tunes, and plenty of quality entertainment, exclusive interviews, and more. Thank you for supporting the show every week. TIME: Live on air from 7:30-9:30 P.M. on Wednesday in New Zealand. US TIME: With daylight savings, we’re back to normally scheduled time (one day behind). Same time, except we are on Tuesday nights and they are on humpday. Tacos for us, Wub wub for them. Check out some of our podcasts on Mixcloud to hear some full shows over the past few weeks. Daylight savings time will help

The post Glitch in the System (Episode 46) appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Soundprank – Obsidian

Canadian producer Soundprank has had quite the 2015, between high charting, heavily played releases on Enhanced, Anjunabeats, ZeroThree, and even debuted his composer release Dreamer under his real name, Colin E. Fisher. Now he’s ending the year on perhaps his highest note with his ZeroThree follow up Obsidian, where he takes a more scaled down approach from his trademark grandiose and symphonic style. Simply put, you don’t get better progressive dance music than Obsidian, maybe in a Prydz EP, but usually tunes like this are very few and far between. It’s no wonder it won the ASOT 740 Tune Of

The post Soundprank – Obsidian appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Soundprank – Obsidian

Canadian producer Soundprank has had quite the 2015, between high charting, heavily played releases on Enhanced, Anjunabeats, ZeroThree, and even debuted his composer release Dreamer under his real name, Colin E. Fisher. Now he’s ending the year on perhaps his highest note with his ZeroThree follow up Obsidian, where he takes a more scaled down approach from his trademark grandiose and symphonic style. Simply put, you don’t get better progressive dance music than Obsidian, maybe in a Prydz EP, but usually tunes like this are very few and far between. It’s no wonder it won the ASOT 740 Tune Of

The post Soundprank – Obsidian appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Low Key Artist of the Week – Elohim

(213)608-4303. This phone number has appeared all over emerging new artists Elohim’s social media. I decided to give it a call and the answering machine plays quite a memo, “Are you human? I am human. Do you have anxiety? I have anxiety. Leave a message.” Her new track “Xanax” plays through the middle of this message and serves as the most interesting self-promotion I have experienced. Elohim has mysteriously appeared within this month into a rapidly increasing fan base. I may be a little late to join in on the hype, but her dark almost somber style has drawn me to

The post Low Key Artist of the Week – Elohim appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading

Eric Prydz previews his next big hit, Opus

Eric Prydz is one of the most consistent producers the industry has ever seen. His single “Generate” has been one of the most played songs of the year and Pryda 10 Vol. 1 was just released to become Pryda Recordings fasted selling EP in the labels history. To make things better, Vol. 2 is set to be released in a month and if that doesn’t make your mouth water, the king of prog house is spoiling us with another Eric Prydz single. Like all of his tracks that are released under his name, Opus, is a bright, uplifting house masterpiece rather than

The post Eric Prydz previews his next big hit, Opus appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Continue Reading
© 2013 SimplyNeon.com Designed by OhhWord Media