Posts Tagged ‘chill trap’

May 16, 2018
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Galvanizing indeed is this 18 year old producer’s music, who’s been making waves in the EDM community back home in Wisconsin for awhile now, having built a mass of followers all across major music platforms with his prior releases. The young talent, who goes by the name of Galvanic, has more than caught our ears with an inky dark, gritty snarling new release named Ghost that melds together future bass, trap, electro-rock, and darkwave. It’s the producer’s first release in well over a year, and hopefully it won’t be his only single in 2018 considering how much we’re hooked on the spectral blaze that is Ghost. You can find the single on Apple Music, here.

May 11, 2018
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PRXZM’s transcendental cover remix of LA producer William Black’s Letting Go, featuring Park Avenue, arrives like a soft, aching sigh, but it leaves us floating on cloud nine with its effulgent flickering, majestic marching beauty. Their milky smooth vocals and tender keys emphasize the original’s emotive future bass potency. Melancholia abounds even as we’re whisked away on a blissful journey by the refined rendition. I’ve always been drawn to sadness and the beauty it encapsulates in its own, unique way. PRXZM’s version of Letting Go is the epitome of all that I love about sorrow and joy. You can listen to the original, here.  PRXZM’s remix can be found on The Letting Go Remix EP, here.

May 11, 2018
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Life is more than beautiful when you have someone like French production phenom Kidswaste to soundtrack your days. The producer sends tingles down our spines with a stunning new future pop/future bass twinkler named Beautiful Life, featuring none other than fast ascending pop artist Sophie Simmons, who just gave us a dark scorcher of a pop dazzler named Burn Me Down a few weeks ago. She lends soft, honeyed vocals to Kidswaste’s new song, enchanting us to the utmost alongside a phosphorescent pleat of ornately trickling beats and gently plinking keys. Stream/download life-affirming Beautiful Life, here.

May 11, 2018
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A Toronto producer hitherto unknown to us who goes by the name of Joe Ghost has shot us straight across the cosmos with the heart-stopping grandeur and regal splendor of his latest single, Give Me The Night. There’s no resisting its magnificent future bass and glorious electro, an uplifting tidal wave of triumphant synths and cinematic strings that reminds us of k?d and Flume combined. MKLA turns exceptionally scintillating vocals on the track, which is lifted from Joe Ghost’s debut EP Begin Again. You can find the EP on Spotify, here.

May 11, 2018
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I love sweet juicy cherries, and I love hanging at the beach, so I couldn’t help but be drawn to Cherry Beach’s name even before I listened to their debut single. Once I heard the new Los Angeles duo’s first song, Gravity, I had to wonder… Could this sonic experience be better than cherries and beaches, combined? Cherry Beach fuses future bass, deep house, and electro-pop flawlessly on the song, giving us a gravity defying, brisk bounding confection whose limber beats, supple vocals, and melodious chorus are irresistibly contagious. Cherry Beach’s debut can be streamed/downloaded, here.

May 2, 2018
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It’s no secret that Sweater Beats loves his alt rock and emo rock. In fact, we love him even more because of it, since we share much of that same nostalgic ardor after having spent our early to mid-2000′s addicted to a steady diet of MCR, Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, and so much more. I’d imagine Antonio was quite happy to be tapped for an official Fall Out Boy remix. The truth is, Fall Out Boy is lucky to have him on board their new official remix EP. The Los Angeles based producer, who’s ridiculously versatile, as you well know from our countless features over the years (including most recently, his new song with Icona Pop, Faded Away), has given FOB’s Hold Me Tight a melodic and cinematic trap work-over profusely packed with slick whizzing, brisk zestful energy. If you’re secretly hoping that Fall Out Boy and Louis The Child would work together to make a hybrid alt rock/dance song, Sweater Beats’ remix will be more than satisfy your craving. You can also stream the track on Spotify, here.

May 2, 2018
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Last month, Dutch production team DROELOE dropped a lavishly constructed future trap opus named Many Words, on which they fused orchestral instrumentals with brassy swelling synths and airy light vocals. You can listen to that much adored single in its original splendor, here. New York’s JNTHN STEIN has since turned in an intricately chiming, fastidiously charging remix. It’s astounding how he’s managed to match his edit’s fast-paced vigor with a nimble agility that oozes sophistication and charm. How can one track be so dizzying and exhilarating, yet elaborate and articulate? The track is part of DROELOE’s official Many Words Remixes pack. Stream/download, here.

May 2, 2018
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We’re still trying to get used to calling Pluko by his new moniker, having been fans of the Pittsburgh production whiz’s bedazzling concoctions for a long time whilst he was known as Pluto. The artist, who’s now signed to visionary label Foreign Family Collective, has teamed up with husky voiced singer songwriter MOONZz on a stunning new song named ‘asleep’. The dusky late night ballad seems to transport us straight into our darkest dreams, where our deepest desires reside. ‘asleep’ leaves us breathless with its tensely haunting, darkly churning future bass. It’s a slow burner of an atmospheric gem, one that leaves a more than lasting impression after its last poignant notes fade into the distance. Purchase/stream via alternate outlets, here.

May 2, 2018
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It might not be morning right now as we share this next iridescent electronica and pop charmer, but it might as well be the best morning ever as TastyTreat and Claire Ridgely inject us with bright eyed wonder and vernal energy with their new song, Good Morning Jay. As always, we find ourselves turning to mush to the tune of Claire Ridgely’s soft, supple voice, while TastyTreat’s lavishly constructed future bass and chill trap production treats our ears to a wondrous fantasy-land full of vibrant life. Snazzy keys adorn the candy-coated aria, adding to the song’s intricate enchantment. Good Morning Jay is the living embodiment of a sublime Sunday morning, “rolled up under the covers” with that special someone. Monday seems incredibly far away, plus we’d rather just enjoy the moment, before we have to say goodbye and deal with those “Monday blues”. Stream/download the single, here.

May 2, 2018

Sweater Beats and Icona Pop together is a dream come true, particularly since it’s been so long since we heard from the Swedish electropop duo, plus we haven’t had a new tune from the Los Angeles electronic producer for awhile, either. Faded Away is a punchy biting, chipper romping track bursting with bubbly energy, with sheared synths and brittle, peppery beats. The youthful frolicking jam blends radiant elements and shadowy tones, and it comes with a fabulous music video whose retro animation is a wonderful throwback to classic video games. Faded Away is our new dance obsession. Get it, here.