Videos | Gryffin Releases the Official Music Video for “Heading Home”

Posted by on May 3, 2016

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Gryffin’s debut original, “Heading Home,” has undoubtedly left a strong impression. Since its release earlier this year, it has garnered nearly a combined 20 million streams on SoundCloud and Spotify, and has helped cataput Gryffin into stardom, selling out his debut tour by the same name. The uplifting, melodic house track is the perfect summer anthem, as Josef Salvat’s soaring vocals combine with Gryffin’s bright melodies and strong production to create a track that you can’t help but sing-along with. Now, “Heading Home” has its official music video, and the visual accompaniment is exactly as you’d imagine – bright, beautiful, and full of love. Take a peep at the official music video above.

House | Justin Jay Enlists Josh Taylor and Ulf Blonde for Fantastic Voyage Pt. 2

Posted by on May 3, 2016

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Justin Jay has been on an absolute tear this year. The dirtybird phenom not only announced the release of his debut album, Fantastic Voyage (The Album!), but he also premiered the first four tracks off of his magnum opus, which comprised an EP that has been released on Black Butter Records. As Justin’s Fantastic Voyage tour, which brought SoCal house party vibes all over the world, is starting to wrap up, he’s ramping up the releases again, and he’s starting with the second EP, or part, of his album on Jimpster’s Freerange Records imprint. The two-track EP leads off with “I See You,” an eight-minute track featuring Josh Taylor and Ulf Blonde that takes listeners on a journey through the underground, as Justin lays down a house backbone bolstered by a synth-driven melody and heavy bass kicks. The second track, “Indecision,” is yet another showcase of Justin Jay’s creative genius, as it feels like a tune more fitting for an 80s jazz lounge than a dance imprint, but still displays an undeniable groove. Check out the full EP above.

Ambient | Roniit x Trivecta – Through The Night (Direct Remix)

Posted by on May 3, 2016

I really love this remix and have been listening to it for the past few days non stop. One of my favorite artists currently, Direct , is making some amazing music. I am pretty new to his sound, but I love how melodic and well done the productions are! Take a listen and checkout the rest of the tunes over on Fanburst.

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Bass | Kat DeLuna & Jeremih Have One Hell Of A Night

Posted by on May 3, 2016

Toronto native Markus Cole is back at it again. This time, taking on Kat Deluna’s “What A Night” featuring Jermih, who’s having a big 2016. Sporting a mix of hip-hop and base elements, Markus brings the heat with this brand new offering. Make sure you grab the free download while it’s still up.

Melodic Progressive | ‘Stay Out’ with Max Vangeli & Connor Foley

Posted by on May 2, 2016

NoFace Records, the imprint of Stateside star Max Vangeli, has already made a big impression with previous releases including ‘Shine’ which received a special VIP remix and ‘Blow This Club’, which was also ‘Most Played Newcomer Track’. Now, available from May 2nd, Max Vangeli teams up singer/song-writer Connor Foley for ‘Stay Out’, which features lovely rhythm guitars, progressive chords, soothing strings and Connor’s angelic vocals! This is the sound of the summer! This is ‘Stay Out’. Grab it HERE.

Electronic | Jenaux’s first original in over a year is a masterpiece

Posted by on May 2, 2016

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Often times we find musicians creating music to fit a certain trend, or to make something that is “popular”. Many times, an artist doesn’t realize this and loses themselves along the way. However, other times this realization pushes an artist to set trends instead of chasing them – and this is exactly what Jenaux has done. With the release of “Get It On”, his first original in over a year, Jenaux tells us to “try and push yourself creatively till you can’t go any further. Battle your mind with positivity. Seize your inner artistry.” This track is absolute fire, creating a perfect balance between funk, electro, and even a bit of soul. Check it out now, and be sure to support Jenaux!

Electronic | Random Soul just dropped some fire

Posted by on May 1, 2016

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Sydney house-lords Random Soul have given us their take on the classic Lauryn Hill track ‘Doo-Wop (That Thing)’, and have certainly done the song justice. From the artist themselves: “We’ve always loved a bit of Lauren Hill, so we made this remix for our live sets and it’s always a good party starter.” This deep house banger perfectly combines breathtaking vocals with a groovy and catchy bass line, making it a great addition for any set. Check out the track now and grab that free download!