Posts Tagged ‘wavy trap’

March 5, 2017
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A plethora of incredible remixes have already been unleashed for Snakehips and MØ’s hit collaboration Don’t Leave, including edits by the likes of Gryffin and Oshi, who gave us very different interpretations of the song. The latest official remix and fresh turn comes by way of Canada’s Ekali. This first track of 2017 from the gifted producer fills us with all the feels on this misty Sunday morning. We wax nostalgic over memories from a weekend gone too soon as MØ’s longing vocals pierce our hearts from a sea of wavy rippling future bass and regal pounding, celestial chiming trap. Ekali’s gorgeous remix is available from all major services, here.

November 12, 2016
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It’s been seven plus months since Bearson’s last original, a smashing hit that I’m still head over heels for today named Want You. The Norwegian artist and Next Wave Records co-founder is undoubtedly a favorite rising star on my list of producers to watch. As such, I’ve been eagerly awaiting his next song. After the prolonged absence, Bearson makes his return in dashing style with One Step At A Time, a juicy succulent, lithe springing ballad that features soulful alluring vocals by Natalola, an artist we last heard on Exit Friendzone and Two Friends’ Overdose. One Step At A Time is balmy lush and frisky effervescent. The summer sparkling, honey coated enchanter can be purchased or streamed at various channels, here.

November 10, 2016
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As ominous as the future may seem right now here in America, I can never resist deliciously dark electronica. Even as a gloom settles upon us and disaster lurks precipitously over the horizon, I can’t help but delight in the sinister trap and witch house-esque wavy electronica on murky simmering Desolate. UK producer SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS links up with Colorado’s Brothel on this heavy whirring haunter. Instead of leaving me desolate, I find myself comforted and consoled. A need in me grows for more of SIDEWALK AND SKELETONS’ crepuscular electronic music, so let’s dive into morbidly entitled Drowning below. This one’s a slow trawling, introspective quivering treat. Desolate is a free download, here, and Drowning can be downloaded, ” target=”_blank”>here. SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS leaves me in such a wicked mood that the only proper way to follow up these jams is to watch the new episode of American Horror Story. And by that, I mean the actual television series, not what’s unfurled in our nations’ politics this week. 

November 8, 2016
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It’s only been a few days since The Chainsmokers’ crisp enchanting future beats collaboration with IHM fave XYLØ has dropped, but a stream of Setting Fires remixes are already materializing across the interwebs. One such remix rises to the top with its melodic jouncing, elastic springing future trap. Rising producer it’s different, whom we previously encountered from his collaboration with his buddy Shoolz, is making an indelible imprint with his gorgeous edit. The drafty bouncing, sleek magnificent remix is a free remix, here.

November 1, 2016
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Even if you’re one of those people who find soy based tofu absolutely atrocious (and trust me, tofu can be really delicious), you’re going to find this

tofû

remix absolutely appetizing, so much so you won’t be able to stop devouring it over and over again. Vancouver based producer tofû offers up an exhilarating re-work of NY producer Lucian’s Forever, that beauty of a gripping future bass gem that features ravishing vocals by Nashville’s REMMI. While the original was dark and grandiose with sharp vehement edges, tofû’s remix is takes on an ethereal electro step airiness. Its smooth rounded chops and wavy glittering veneer gives us a delightfully fresh approach on Forever that I welcome with much zeal. Download the edit for free, here.

August 31, 2016
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I knew I had to share this one when I first stumbled upon it yesterday afternoon, and I was immensely delighted to find out it was a serendipitous debut discovery, too. Kwon arrives to thrill us from the DMV area (which I only recently learned means the D.C., Virginia, Maryland area of the East Coast and has nothing to do with motor vehicles). Though he started producing back in 2012, he’s had a classical instrument background throughout his life. After exposing himself to some life changing music in college, Kwon new he needed to compose music, not just DJ. That’s when he started working with some of our favorite artists in the budding modern scene right now, including Stephen, Imad Royal, Manila Killa, and more. Out of this journey comes Kwon’s Forever, his very first single. The track samples Eminem and Lil Wayne hit Forever, pitch shifting and chopping it up to create a gusty blast of wavy trap and hypnotic beats. If a song can be both mellow and electrifying, chill yet stimulating, this one’s it. It feels like forever, an eternity of scenic halls and surrealist textures through which was synchronously spiral and float. Forever is a free download, here.

August 31, 2016
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I’m sure by now many of you electronic heads have heard the sad news about Big Makk’s passing in a tragic accident. The beloved producer and DJ from Orlando was on the rise on Mad Decent, having worked with both Bassnectar and Mr. Carmack in the past. And by all industry accounts, he was a good man, too. As people pour out their tributes in remembrance of Big Makk, some musical odes are surfacing as well. Big Makk’s close friend and California producer Ookay serves up a moving, heart felt trap number named Back Again. Though airy effervescent, Back Again’s sorrow is absolute. RIP, Big Makk.