Posts Tagged ‘GRMM’

November 18, 2016
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“Give me up” is something I never want to do when it comes to a producer like GRMM. The Australian electronic artist made waves last year with his debut six track EP, Die Young. He also thrilled us with some magnificent remixes for the likes of Gorgon City, Disclosure, Rudimental, and more. This year has been just as exciting with the tantalizing array of collaborations, remixes, and originals he’s presented to us. As we prepare for the end of the year and a transition into a new one, GRMM launches a brand new emotionally charged future bass and chill trap cut named Give Me Up, featuring UK vocalist River. Give Me Up is a surging, swelling tsunami, one that leaves my heart fluttering with anticipation for what he has prepared for us next. 

April 13, 2016
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GRMM, the solo project of Sydney based producer Benn Markos, crafts a sleekly enrapturing future bass soundscape on new original Something From Nothing, on which rising Detroit artist Quinn XCII croons ever soulfully and magnificently. It’s a choppy sea of dynamism that we alight upon as we wade into the cool depths of the R&B smooth, hip hop frisky tune. The chic and opulent song will be out April 15th via Of Leisure.

August 25, 2015
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There’s always something glamorous about the tragedy of dying young, especially in the world of music and art. Australian producer GRMM captures that double edged beauty on sexy, radiant Die Young, which features slickly enrapturing vocals by the UK’s Wild Eyed Boy. Die Young is a euphoric blend of rich electro R&B and crisp, moving dance music. The luscious beauty is the title track from GRMM’s sure to be amazing debut EP, off which I’ve shared some terrific tunes already over the past year, featuring some great artists including Father Dude, Erin Marshall, and Yasmin. Pre-order the Die Young EP, here. It’s out September 25th via Of Leisure.

June 30, 2015

Australia’s GRMM drops a flattering ode to John Travolta via his divine new song Travolta Cool. Despite the luxuriant sleekness and sensuous, fleecy plushness of the track, Travolta Cool also carries an undercurrent of dark grittiness. It expresses GRMM’s aim to capture the vibes of Travolta’s slightly sleezier roles back in the prime of his long, impressive career. In particular, Travolta Crool is meant to pay homage to cult classic Pulp Fiction, with its slinky dubstep wobbles and buttery electro synths. Travolta Cool is but a hint of what’s to come from GRMM, who’s putting the final touches on his debut EP.

February 3, 2015
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Continuing on my future bass and chill trap binge with a wicked remix of Australian producer GRMM’s Electrify, featuring Father Dude, by Palm Beach, Florida based producer PLS&TY. Slick and bouncy, PLS&TY’s remix is a thrilling, intricately percussive captivator. There’s more frenetic energy on this remix than other delicious future bass and trap remixes of Electrify I’ve shared so far, by cIn and Mazde.

January 24, 2015
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You know I’m a sucker for that chill trap vibe, and GRMM’s latest remix is as chilled out trappy as I’d ever hope for. The Australian producer offers up a staccato beat laced sleek and polished remix of Norwegian producer San Holo’s melodic gem Fly. The sublime future trap is a cosmic, spacious, atmospheric experience. I don’t know if I’m going to fly, but I think I might be floating…

December 23, 2014
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As soon as I saw the names GRMM and Mazde nearly next to each other, I knew I was in for a treat. I’ve always had a penchant for German producer Mazde’s bewitching future bass and chill trap production. I also love Australian producer GRMM’s buoyant and soulful production. GRMM’s Electrify, which also features New York’s Father Dude, has received an overwhelmingly beautiful and ethereal remix by Mazde. It’s an effervescent, intoxicating, frothy work of art. 

November 20, 2014
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Australian producer GRMM has teamed up with Yasmin and her honeyed vocals on new plush electronic single Circles, a sublime track with shimmering chill trap production and a lush soulfulness. Circles follows up on GRMM’s debut release Electrify, featuring Father Dude. He’ll be taking his effervescent music on tour in Australia this December in support of Cricles.

November 20, 2014
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Australian producer GRMM has teamed up with Yasmin and her honeyed vocals on new plush electronic single Circles, a sublime track with shimmering chill trap production and a lush soulfulness. Circles follows up on GRMM’s debut release Electrify, featuring Father Dude. He’ll be taking his effervescent music on tour in Australia this December in support of Cricles.

October 31, 2014
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Yesterday, I shared an awesome, banging electro house remix of GRMM’s Electrify, featuring Father Dude, by Australia’s Go Freek. For another ace remix that carries a completely different vibe and mood, we turn to another Australian producer, the always brilliant cIn. That’s right, it’s a future bass and chill trap remix, with plenty of buzzing synths and punchy beats.