Posted by BIGLIFE on November 25, 2015
I just got this tune sent my way, and this is straight bangin’! It has a top down, lets hang out, old school feel as NY native and Ethiopian American spits fire over the jazzy production and hip hop drums. I have seen Siimba on a few dance tracks before, and this seems like his debut single. I’d be on the lookout for more from this newcomer! Make sure you snag the free download here: FREE Download!
News | Hardwell Announces United We Are Remixed featuring W&W, Bingo Players, Armin van Buuren, and More
Posted by jewcebox on November 25, 2015
As 2015 comes to a close, Hardwell is showing no signs of slowing down. In December, he is striving to break the record for world’s largest personal guest list with a special charity show in Mumbai, by offering up 100,000 spots on his list, free of charge. But first, he’s teaming up with a slew of his dance music friends on United We Are Remixed, which is due out on December 4th. The album features re-imagined versions of his original tracks from some dance music heavyweights and rising Revealed stars to bring the album to another level. Bingo Players infuses his energetic sound to “Follow Me,” while Chocolate Puma works “Eclipse” into a percussive house anthem. Featuring remixes from Armin van Buuren, W&W, Vicetone, DallasK, Frontliner, KURA, and many more, the record makes us fall in love with each memorable track all over again.
Pre-order United We Are Remixed here.
Posted by VMan on November 25, 2015
Tray Jack drops a freebie with “Moments,” and if you missed it, check his Alesso “Heroes” remix, this man’s flow is what the mainstream needs. On that speak your mind, Kanye West meets Wale flow, I haven’t been doing this man justice with the support, and you shouldn’t sleep on him. Freshly back from LA, Tray is gearing up towards releasing some big news, what he calls “major things.” Pay attention and follow the bro on SoundCloud to stay up to date with his releases, Tray Jack is the truth, this is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by Tay on November 24, 2015
Oliver Heldens has been recognized not only for his deep house work under his self-named moniker, but also as his bass alias, HI-LO. His latest track, “Ooh La La” adds techno to his resume with underground bass vibes. A fast percussion beat and driving risers set the stage for HI-LO’s latest track that evolves into a heavy walking bass line and pounding synth melody. Doppler hi-hats ring as the vocal line repeats an “Ooh La La” vocal sample. Although wandering from his expected sound, “”Ooh La La” adds a new vibe to HI-LO’s quickly expanding library.
Posted by VMan on November 24, 2015
This song is a straight up pop hit. Fueled by L.A. producer & DJ Caroline D’Amore’s deep house bounce and cool and confident vox by National Anthem, “Come To California” has everything you need! For starters the vocals really reminded me of The Killers, a band that I really miss, so that was cool. On top of that, D’Amore’s strong production style will have you moving your feet by the end of the song, guaranteed! Pick up the new single through Casablanca Records here.
Posted by VMan on November 24, 2015
Trentino and KidCutUp collabed on this future house/electro remix of Travis Scott’s “Antidote”. Bringing a funky, wobbly new take on the track that makes it much more dance and club friendly.
Free Download: Travis Scott – Antidote (Trentino & KidCutUp revision)
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 23, 2015
Last weekend, we grabbed a late night flight from Dallas to Austin to catch Anna Lunoe’s Hyper House tour with Sleepy Tom at Kingdom. We discovered here last month via her incredible set at CRSSD that MixMag captured and posted. We were blown away with the mixing and avant garde track selection. During the set, we caught a preview of the presumably titled “Radioactive” ID in that could prove to be the tastemaker’s biggest record yet. Bottom line, her set at Kingdom was incredible, her taste level incredibly high, and energy through the roof. We highly recommend you catch one of her shows, as the Hyper House tour is currently touring nationwide.
Enlisting a DJ who’s social media presence is essentially non-existent, Rrotik drops an incredible bass centric “Stomper” remix that we’d argue is the best one of the pack. Released on Ultra, “Stomper” also received remixes from 1989 and Dr. Fresch (which are also solid) but this Rrotik production really takes the cake. Pick em’ up below.