Posts Tagged ‘Wheathin’

June 28, 2017

Ethan Snoreck, the young producer formerly known as Wheathin, now known as Whethan, has been a mainstay on IHM for some time now, and our every experience catching the buzz worthy Chicago producer live has been mind blowing, to say the least. So it’s with great excitement that we encountered his announcement of a massive new tour, accompanied by other IHM favorites like Bearson, Opia, Saint WKND, and Ashe. You can find out more about Whethan’s Good Nights North American Tour, here. The reason why the tour is named Good Nights is because Whethan decided to drop his tour announcement alongside a new single. Good Nights, which features Mascolo, is a smooth whirring summer anthem, yet it’s still frisky vivacious with a ravishing spectrum of fine texture. You can snag Whethan’s fine new single, here.

May 1, 2017

You can accuse me of gloating, but I can’t help but feel a tad smug for being one of the few fortunate ones to have heard this next stupendous track early when ascending production star Whethan (fka Wheathin) dropped it at SXSW last month. I quickly whipped out my phone and took some requisite IG footage as I bounced shoulder to shoulder with the crowd to perky larking Love Gang, all the while glowing from the privileged knowledge that Whethan had collaborated with Charli XCX. Love Gang is the perfect juncture where Charli XCX’s booming pop and sassy spunk come head to head or cheek to cheek with Whethan’s whirring synths and woozy bass. “We’re all about that love love love,” sings ever charismatic Ms. Aitchison. Words couldn’t ring more the truer as we all ‘gang’ up for a love fest over this wonky fusion of pop and future bass. We revel in the spice and relish in the zest that is Whethan’s anthem, out now via all digital outlets, here.

October 25, 2016

It feels like it was but yesterday that Whethan, fka Wheathin, threw down one of the most fiercely exhilarating sets I experienced all year long at the Independent ahead of his buddy Bearson’s thrilling headline set. There’s no doubt this young rising producer is one of the electronic scene’s soon to be massive stars. On When I’m Down, the Chicago native displays dexterity and versatility, giving us a frisky playful, snappy popping track that strays extensively from his bass rambunctious hits of yore. Whethan teams up with singer songwriter Oliver Tree for this key jaunty electronic charmer. When I’m Down is a head swaying mood lifter. I know who to turn to when I need a pick me up. When I’m Down is out now on iTunes.

August 16, 2016

Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of catching Chicago production master Whethan live as he opened up for Bearson at the Independent in San Francisco. It was one of the most thrilling electronic sets I caught all year. The sold out crowd ate it up ravenously and lost it to his music to no end. Whethan, formerly known as Wheathin, has just released his very first single, Can’t Hide, with Ashe. It comes as no surprise that the song is blowing up. Though Can’t Hide starts out laid back and chill, its intensity briskly picks up. Brassy flares and percolating synths emerge beside its playful whistling and Ashe’s rich, soulful voice to blanket us in serotonin releasing euphoria. Whethan’s frisky future bass original is out now on iTunes.

June 18, 2016

May start posting these ongoing “MOOSIQ MOSAICs” direct on IHM for those who haven’t had time to catch up on daily features and want to stream some rad new tunes via a handy Soundcloud playlist. Been doing this for awhile now, but likely many are still not aware (particularly if you don’t follow IHM on Twitter or Facebook). This one’s sonic gold, so many sizzling hot jams featured earlier this week on June 15th! Only songs that are streaming in full on Soundcloud are included in these playlists, snippets and previews are excluded. 

June 16, 2016

We can always count on Wheathin to deliver an exhilarating, blood pumping remix. The producer from Chicago sends tingles throughout my body with his magnificent edit of  MAX’s sexy jam 10 Victoria’s Secret Models. It’s a vigorously enthralling future bass and trap banger that engulfs us, its sharp synths, libidinous heat, and charged atmosphere taking us to carnal heights of pleasure. Hey, VS, this one’s perfect for your next glamorous fashion show. 

May 18, 2016

I’ve had the pleasure of catching Elohim live several times now, and the boundary pushing Los Angeles based singer-songwriter and producer has become even more spellbinding over that time. Elohim is a beacon of brilliance on stage, an artist in full command, serenading the crowd with edgy electronic pop and lifting them to great heights of hypnotized ecstasy. There isn’t a single Elohim song I’m not deeply fond of, but Sensations is very often on my mind these days, its chorus sneaking into my head when I least expect it. So, it was a much ecstatic moment when I encountered a fresh new Wheathin remix of Sensations, considering the fact that the young producer from Chicago has been impressing me with his tracks all year long. Sure enough, the seductive whorling sensations on Elohim’s bewitching song are resonating palpable and near physically tangible in Wheathin’s dexterous hands. Sensations is instilled with lofty levels of triumphant revelry with his dazzling eruption of vibrant chopping synths and explosive beats. This heavenly merging of Elohim and Wheathin is a limited free download, here.

April 29, 2016

I literally gasped when I caught wind of a collaborative remix involving Norway’s Bearson and Chicago’s Wheathin. I couldn’t wait to hear how a union of the two’s styles might sound, and I nearly held my breath in eager anticipation. Bearson and Wheathin unleash that stupendous hybridization on their remix of ZAYN’s world dominating Pillowtalk. It’s as grandly epic as I expected it to be, a “pillowtalk” far more gritty and intense. The duo’s re-imagining of the hit song is a two-ton explosion of jolting future trap magnificence, a seamless combination of Bearson’s melodic iridescence and Wheathin’s craggy serrated vigor. Download their colossal remix from Toneden, here.

March 10, 2016

The simmering future R&B and minimalist electro soul of Opia’s sensational debut, Falling, takes on a smooth future funk vigor at the deft hands of Chicago’s Wheathin. Ethan Snoreck has created a stupendous future bass anthem with his remix, its plush extravagance a beatific magnum opus. Opia sings “i think I’m falling for ya”. Done. Past tense. Fallen, hard. Download Wheathin’s remix for free, here.

December 17, 2015

Chicago duo Louis The Child straight murdered it when they collaborated with the Bay Area’s very own K.Flay on chiming future bass anthem It’s Strange. The colossal tune is easily one of my favorite electronic songs of the year, and it’s about to get a full remix album treatment! Plus, Next Wave Records has pledged to donate all of the profits from the album to a charity organization named Kiva, which you can read all about, here. The massive remix album will be out January 15th (pre-order on iTunes), and today, we get to dive into an edit on the album by Chicago’s Wheathin. It’s Strange gets a more spacious and booming trap infusion of dark, hypnotic depth. This one has a lot of “oomph”.