Posts Tagged ‘3LAU’

February 13, 2018

We’ve said it countless times previously, but let’s all say it together again: Nevve is everywhere! The much-in-demand vocal talent lends her immaculate voice to yet another fine electronic tune, soaking 3LAU’s On My Own with her sweet and agile cooing. The Las Vegas producer has crafted a crisp and iridescent dance track to lift our spirits and enamor our hearts. We dance… whether on our own or with someone special is irrelevant. What matters is the warm contentment radiating throughout our heart thanks to this smooth pumping, honeyed soaring house gem. On My Own will be on 3LAU’s new album Ultraviolet, arriving this Friday February 16th. 3LAU is generously and kindly donating all profits from On My Own to F Cancer, too. Download/stream the track, here.

December 7, 2017

Singer songwriter Luna Aura dazzled us with her driving, pulsing electropop in the past. She hails from Phoenix, and her voice really does remind me of a pheonix, with its aeriel grace and breathy beauty. She lends that voice to 3LAU’s new single, Walk Away, a verdant electro and pop hybrid whose video gives us a fitting eagle eyes fractal-like view of lush fertile forests. We soar through the air on the back of the Los Angeles producer’s crisp and melodious electronic aria, out now and available, here. Walk Away will be on 3LAU’s new album Ultraviolet, coming in 2018. All profits from this single will be generously donated to Equality Now.

August 10, 2017

Audien and 3LAU linked up for a widescreen jarring spectacular named Hot Water earlier this summer, featuring entrancing vocals by Victoria Zaro. It was a melodious beauty to behold, with plenty of voltage to keep our hearts a pumping in exhilaration. Now, Vegas electronic auteur 3LAU has taken the track and given it a fresh new drum & bass meets dubstep rendering, and it’s absolutely stupendous. Get ready to be shake, rattled, and rolled by the whomping, whizzing percussion and bass implosion. This “hot water” is hotter than hot. It’s hundreds of degrees above boiling point. Grab the vigorous thriller of a remix, here.

June 1, 2017

Fresh off the success of his honeyed melting summer anthem Love Somebody comes the emphatic exhilaration of Justin Caruso’s new VIP remix. The producer from Los Angeles gives 3LAU and Said The Sky’s Fire a heavy hitting, hard whomping, yet still mellifluous sweeping trap edit that strays far from Love Somebody’s dulcet radiance. Justin Caruso explains that he loved the original, and though this isn’t his usual sound, he wanted to throw it up for the VIP listeners. Download the glorious track for free, here.

April 4, 2017

And we’re back on with some rad morning jams for your office dancing pleasure! 3LAU drops the heat with the next track from his new label BLUME. He teams up with Yeah Boy (Johnny Castro of Parachute Youth) for a massive dose of summery deep house. On My Mind is a opulently ravishing club anthem with a laced with steely yet fluid future house. The Vegas producer explains that he wrote this song with Yeah Boy at his parents’ house in Adelaide while he was touring in Australia two years ago. Since On My Mind is out on BLUME, this means all proceeds from streams and sales go to charity. 3LAU’s current goal is to raise $30,000 for ACLU, a mighty fine cause if you ask me. You can also stream On My Mind via Soundcloud below. Purchase or stream via additional sources, here.

March 26, 2017

If you’re feeling glum because it’s Sunday and the weekend’s just about over, drop this next one on and you’ll feel a lot better. Montreal based DJs and producers Paris & Simo offer up a bounty of feel good future pop vibes on their new single Keep Me Close, which features fellow Canadian and singer songwriter Sara Diamond on vocal duty. The sprightly flickering, rosy blithe future bass on Keep Me Close is keeps me dancing. The track is Paris & Simo’s the second release off 3LAU’s not for profit label, BLUME, which he founded last year with the mission to unite music listeners worldwide around philanthropic causes and initiatives. BLUME’s current objective is to raise $30K for ACLU, and the profits from Paris & Simo’s Keep Me Close as swell as Kap Slap’s Gone will work towards reaching that goal. Snag the tune and help the worthy cause, here. Alternate stream of Keep Me Close via Soundcloud can be found below.

November 23, 2016

RLSTNE, pronounced Rul-stone, remixes Said the Sky & 3lau’s ‘Fire’. This remix meets at the intersection of dance pop and future bass. 

May 23, 2016

The other day, we dove into a remix of 3LAU’s Is It Love, featuring Yeah Boy, by Arty together, which I mentioned was one of several tracks on a new remix package out now. NYC’s Jenaux is responsible for one of the other splendid remixes on this package, and tonight, we’re going to dance, imbibed on the sweeping euphoria emanating from producer’s future funky edit. Dreamy smooth build ups alternate with vibrant bursts of guitar and synth driven vitality. Grab the remix from various outlets, here

May 20, 2016

Vegas production talent 3LAU’s Is It Love is the subject of some fabulous remixes on a new package just released this week. Among the edits comes a high energy re-work by Russian producer Arty. Is It Love goes uplifting progressive on this invigorating beauty of a remix. If I could, I would take flight into the sky on the track’s wide eyed crescendos and then dive dramatically like an eagle during its thrilling drops. The full remix package, which also includes marvelous remixes by Jenaux and Justin Caruso, is available now from iTunes and on Spotify, and it’s out on 3LAU’s new not for profit record label, Blume. All proceeds from sales & streams will be donated to Pencils Of Promise, a charity foundation with the purpose of building schools in developing countries.

April 20, 2016

Las Vegas’ 3LAU is one of the latest producers to take on The Chainsmokers. The red hot production duo’s music has been so popular in the remix game these days, it’s near impossible to go a day or two without encountering at least one new edit. But trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this one. 3LAU’s edit of Don’t Let Me Down, featuring rising pop star Daya, is a summery pool of wistful chill trap bliss. His remix is the perfect accompaniment to this springtime heat wave we’ve been having here in the Bay. Though exhilarating, there’s a strong undercurrent of inherent sadness in 3LAU’s beautiful re-work, one that injects my heart with a tingling dose of sweet nostalgia. The remix is a free download, here.