Posted by BIGLIFE on October 26, 2016
I really dig this tune. Sean Turk has been featured on FreshNewTracks.com many times, and that’s no mistake, as he’s been dropping a bevy of infectious remixes that we’ve had on repeat for months. Sean returns with a brand new remix of MOONZz & HYDDE’s massive “Anything You Want” single. Grab this one as a free download below.
FREE DOWNLOAD: HYDDE & MOONZz – Anything You Want (Sean Turk Remix)
Posted by VMan on October 26, 2016
Black Tiger Sex Machine are known for their rage-ready music, but “Face Down” puts their others aggressive edge to shame. “Face Down” is the trio’s newest single off their imprint Kannibalen Records, and was released today on Soundcloud as a free download. Anytime I see Panther on a record, I get excited. His ferocious vocal always fits with any of the Kannibalen artist’s songs, but in particular he really excels on this track. I can’t imagine how this one does live, but I’m sure it’s killer, no pun intended. BTSM will be closing out the year with numerous shows, so you can check out for yourself just how hot this tune is live!
Black Tiger Sex Machine – Face Down feat. Panther: Free Download
Posted by APM on October 25, 2016
Nick Pes just dropped his latest single “Sunsets”, and it is beautiful. The Sydney based artist created a gorgeous synth-pop track that takes inspiration from natures daily ritual — the sunset — and the painful breakdown of a relationship. Nick actually describes it perfectly, saying that “The thing about a sunset is that one happens every single day, some more amazing than then next but daily nonetheless – but if you allow yourself to experience it can feel like the most beautiful and important moment in the world. There’s a sadness because it’s an ending but it also marks a beginning. You can’t stop it from happening so you just have to go with it.” This track is definitely worth checking out, and we can’t wait to hear what Nick Pes has to offer next.
Posted by VMan on October 25, 2016
Gerry Gonza is back at it once again with his signature G-House sound. This time tackling a remix of the hit song “Diamonds” straight from France’s popular masked producer Malaa. This is in no way your casual Sunday afternoon remix, on the contrary Gerry takes Malaa’s signature sounds and fleshes them out in to a late night club ready banger that’s sure to leave you wanting more. Gerry has had a really strong year so far and we are excited for more. Grab the free download here.
Compilation, Featured | Big Beat Releases Their ADE Compilation Featuring Cobra Effect, Slaptop & More!
Posted by VMan on October 25, 2016
ADE just wrapped the other week and it was surely a whirlwind, if you were out there and were feeling some withdrawals, Big Beat Records has got you covered. Before ADE kicked off the other week, they unleashed a new series called Big Beat Ignition and what better city to start in than Amsterdam. The label shares, “Big Beat Ignition will showcase this world while celebrating and highlighting some of our favorite music creators, from the up-and-coming to the established.” 11 new singles of new music will keep your vibes going long after the festival ends, just give it a listen below.
Hip-Hop | RYDEN Shares About The Deeper Message Behind “Dear God”, Her Background, Dream Collaborations & More
Posted by VMan on October 24, 2016
RYDEN was featured on FNT a few weeks back, delivering a feeling that was different, above-average for the genre it was tapping into, and was much deeper than the messages most songs convey. We reached out to RYDEN for an exclusive interview, highlighting her background, the story being her latest single “Dear God ft. Chase Allen”, and more.
What part of your background led to focusing on production?
RYDEN: Music has always been my first love. I’ve been in music in some form or other my entire life. I started out playing classical piano when I was a kid, and then in high school I played first violin in an orchestra for 4 years. All my years after that were spent in hip hop. In college, all I did was ditch class all the time to hang out in studios and record as a singer/songwriter. Even then, I’d always looked up to producers more than any other role in the industry.