Posts Tagged ‘Paces’

April 6, 2018

It’s been a few short weeks since HIGHSOCIETY dropped his original Fireproof, featuring Matty McDonald, but I think we’re still on fire from its tour de force trap and future bass. Re-visit our feature of the track, here. Adding fuel to the fire is the ascending electronic maven’s official remix of Paces’ Savage 2.0, featuring Nessyl & NYNE. He’s given the Australian producer’s already banging future bass thriller a thunderous whomping dubstep rework whose capricious fortitude and metallurgic edge evoke our favorite Skrillex tracks of yore. The brain jogging, body slamming thrillride of a remix is out on etcetc music. Stream/download, here.

January 24, 2017

Paces breaks into 2017 with resolute force on electrifying new single Savage, the Australian producer’s first piece of new music since his album. Savage is a vociferous thriller that features vocals by Melbourne singer NYNE. A grand crescendo leads us to an explosion of sharp incendiary beats and sassy attitude on this staggering future trap anthem. Paces will be embarking on tour again this spring across Australia. Purchase or stream Savage from various outlets, here.

January 13, 2016
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Australian producer PACES killed it on some spectacular tunes last year, but he seems about ready to slaughter it this year, too. The producer goes future tropical on a cheeky new single from debut album Vacation, out March 4th. 1993 (No Chill) is full of summery nostalgia, a playfully springing song full of sass that features vocals by Sydney newcomer Jess Kent. 1993 (No Chill) is vivid and bright. I’m ready to ride it all the way to the warmer months of the year. 1993 (No Chill) will be out Friday, January 15th, via etcetc.

July 1, 2015
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Australian producer Paces is having a killer few days. He just dropped his new original Hold It Down, featuring Reija Lee, and here he is again, offering up a succulent and sleek remix of fast rising Australian R&B star Vanessa Elisha’s Down For This, produced by B.Lewis. Paces’ remix ups the intensity ante on Vanessa’s seductive ballad, giving the melodic swooner a future bass renovation brimming with intoxicating texture and atmospheric dramatics. The original is from Vanessa Elisha’s EP, Good Ones, from which she’ll release a duet with CVIRO, produced by GXNXVS, called Latency in the coming weeks.

June 25, 2015
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Paces is obviously having a killer year. From producing Tkay Maidza’s huge hit Switching Lanes to dropping hot originals like Nothing’s Forever, featuring Kucka, and On My Mind, featuring YOUTH, the Australian producer has also given me one of my favorite remixes of Years & Years’ King. How do you follow all that swag up? By dropping another sensational original, of course! New song Hold It Down sees him teaming up with London based Mad Decent artist Reija Lee. Reija lends sultry, enticing vocals while Paces constructs a hypnotizing but thrilling future bass soundscape that pulses, throbs, and bounces profusely. Despite that heavy atmosphere, there’s a breezy, summery glow to the song. Grab the sick tune on iTunes.

February 18, 2015
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Years & Years is likely going to be one of the biggest emerging acts of the year internationally. They’re the ones to watch in 2015, no doubt. Their brand of electronic R&B and dancey house music is fresh and riveting, and I’ve loved every one of their songs for some time now. Their recent track King gets a very effervescent, bouncy, and trappy edit courtesy of talented Australian producer PACES. The future bass, Jersey Club, and trap remix fits Years and Years’ sound like a glove. 

February 3, 2015
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Australia’s PACES is responsible for some amazing production. He’s the fella behind Tkay Maidza’s Switch Lanes, plus he’s dropped some thrilling remixes in the past months, too. Today, the man behind the name, Mikey Perry, captivates us with a new original, Nothing’s Forever, on which he teams up with vocalist Kučka. Nothing’s Forever is a snare filled, chill traptastic jam, shimmering and crashing with such glorious future bass resplendence.

December 27, 2014
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Paces is yet another future bass producer from Australia who warrants much attention. He released a fabulous single named On My Mind this fall, featuring vocals by YOUTH (who also featured on Kilter’s Hold Me earlier this year). On My Mind is a soulfully slick yet carbonated and bouncy track. It’s the title track off Paces’ recent EP, out on etcetc.

October 29, 2014
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Australia based Zimbabwe native hip hop artist Tkay Maidza seemed to be the Down Under’s answer to New York’s Angel Haze and Azealia Banks when we first heard her early tunes, but in the interim, she’s certainly set herself apart with some of her versatility. There’s no doubt in my mind her star’s going to shine even brighter as we close out the year. Off her recent mixtape comes her latest single, Switch Lanes, produced by Paces, a chiming, captivating pop and hip hop chimera, full of sparkling chimes and hooking melody. Watch her cute new animated video for the terrific song below. I can’t help but wonder if the undersea dolphin moments are a jab at Azealia? 

October 29, 2014
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Australia based Zimbabwe native hip hop artist Tkay Maidza seemed to be the Down Under’s answer to New York’s Angel Haze and Azealia Banks when we first heard her early tunes, but in the interim, she’s certainly set herself apart with some of her versatility. There’s no doubt in my mind her star’s going to shine even brighter as we close out the year. Off her recent mixtape comes her latest single, Switch Lanes, produced by Paces, a chiming, captivating pop and hip hop chimera, full of sparkling chimes and hooking melody. Watch her cute new animated video for the terrific song below. I can’t help but wonder if the undersea dolphin moments are a jab at Azealia?