Posts Tagged ‘club’

May 22, 2018

Windy City electronic marvels Autograf recently released a new four-track remix pack for their latest single Dead Soon the other day, and we immediately hopped on the listening train since we’re absolutely enamored with the dark romanticism of the epic future bass song, which also features Bonsai Mammal and Lils. Aside from superb edits by Scorsi, Golf Clap, and a chill mix by Autograf themselves, the release also features this remix by Chicago brothers Birthdayy Partyy. It’s a party in our ears as the duo turn Dead Soon into a very lively bass house smasher with rumbling bass and metallurgic snarling synths. You can download the track, here. Stream Autograf’s Dead Soon remixes, here, and support by downloading via other platforms, here.

May 2, 2018

We might as well be dancing in the Caribbean right now as we bask in the tropical beauty of this gorgeous remix from Danish producer JOEL. He’s given Norwegian siren Ina Wroldsen a balmy dance makeover on his summery edit of the buzzing artist’s single, Strongest. Sia meets Shakira as Ina Wroldsen serenades us with her exquisite voice over JOEL’s luminously buoyant house. The mellifluously lifting deep house remix is a free download, here.

April 20, 2018

Strap yourself in for a cosmic ride, because we’re about to dive into new k?d, the young wunderkind who’s taken us clear across the universe with his epic tracks in the past. New single Zero One fires on all pistons, quite literally, too. It’s a pneumatic rocket ship of a hard hitting, bass pounding vehicle, whose G-force acceleration will leave your pulse racing and your hands sweaty from the sheer exhilaration and seismic intensity of the spine-tingling expedition. Stream/download k?d’s heart-stopping bass house track, here.

April 13, 2018

Vancouver production enigma 3XIT takes us on a profound journey this afternoon with Switch. We visit our innermost thoughts and contemplate the meaning of life, before we dance and celebrate living at all. The producer transports us to a basement rave before taking us to an enlightening dance ritual on a high peak. Techno, trance, ambient house, and progressive house intertwine on the track. 3XIT’s pristine brushstrokes utilize bass, beats, snares, and synths. With them he’s painted an inspirational and lifting masterpiece, one that enshrouds us in optimism and hope. 

April 13, 2018

I can’t get enough of both the video for Ride That Thing and the bumping song itself. They’re that addictive and fun. UK producer Redlight has crafted yet another club hit in this frisky bouncing banger, inspired by “80′s Chicago, raw jacking house and early UK Acid”. Ride That Thing sees Redlight tap into a myriad of influences. He combines heritage sounds, color, and texture with his booming, lo-slung basslines. The cheeky, light-hearted animated video for the song is undeniably adorable, too. Ride That Thing is a taste of Redlight’s new album on the horizon. You can download/stream the single via major platforms, here.

April 6, 2018

Our journey into intense electronic euphoria continues tonight with a spine-tingling, suspenseful gripping trap and moombahton take on Elohim and Whethan’s hit collaboration Sleepy Eyes. At the helm of the edit is Los Angeles by way of Philadelphia production whiz NEO FRESCO, who keeps us on our toes with his thrilling rendering of the inebriating original. There’s an exotic feel to NEO FRESCO’s atmospheric twerking, spacious skittering edit. He takes us on a fascinating and intoxicating sojourn with an ever shifting, nomadic roving remix, which you can download, here.

February 20, 2018

We gladly drown in the somber beauty of DJ 4B’s fresh original, Drown, a grand and cinematic fusion of brassy buoyant Jersey club (he is from Jersey, after all) and dark thundering future trap, topped off with riveting pop vocals. The track arrives as the producer is touring with Kayzo on his sold out U.S. expedition. Drown is a huge release to kick off 2018 for DJ 4B, who’s poised to have a massive year. You can grab the bold and adventurous track from Apple Music, here.

February 2, 2018

Last year, young Londoner Millie Turner caused quite a stir with her debut single Underwater, an organic and synthetic pop song that recalled other buzz sensations like Maggie Rogers, Grace Mitchell, and Sigrid. Millie now returns with an acute pulsing new track named The Shadow that befits a late night stint on the dancefloor, or in your living room, whichever you prefer. Either way, prepare to dance unshackled to the explosive track and Millie Turner’s mature and sophisticated voice, which belie her young age. The Shadow, which arrives by way of music video, is Millie Turner’s third song to date, and it addresses the empowerment of internal thoughts. “There’s lots to be said about listening to others, reading books & going to an art gallery to get inspiration, but when left alone, songs like this are born.” The Shadow is a burst of unbridled pop and electronica energy and yet another stand out single from this ascending talent. Re-visit Millie Turner’s debut single Underwater via our feature, here.

November 22, 2017

I’m not the biggest fan of cake, since I don’t really have a sweet tooth, but I di like a slice of cake every once in awhile. But when it comes to rising Northwest London project Eat More Cake, I can’t resist going back for seconds, thirds, and more. I’ll gobble down the whole ‘cake’ if it means I get to dance the rest of the day away to their eclectic electronic music. Get ready to spin circles aplenty in pure ecstasy to a hypnotic combination of deep pumping house, rubbery electro, and plump nu-disco on glorious new single Set On You. You can purchase the transcendental single, here.

November 22, 2017

It still stings that I missed Tei Shi when she made an intimate appearance at Popscene last month. The last time I saw this long time IHM-lauded Brooklyn by way of Argentina chanteuse perform was at SXSW back in March, and it left me with with an insatiable need to see her belt our her sensually smoldering songs again, as Tei Shi shows tend to always do, especially as driven by that exceptional voice. But for a few minutes, all regret is forgotten as we re-visit her Crawl Space single Say You Do via a sterling remix by Robokid. The producer injects the smooth grooving pop ballad with a massive dose of bass rumbling, dramatic swerving energy on his riveting dance remix. Dark dramatic synths prowl its dynamic soundscape alongside Tei Shi’s beautifully searing voice. You can watch the music video for the original via YouTube, here. Tei Shi’s acclaimed debut album Crawl Space is available, here.