Bass, Remix, Tropical House | 40 Cobras & Sean Will Flip “Don’t Walk Away” by Diplo & Sleepy Tom

Posted by on February 6, 2016

Sean Will really brought the heat on this one! Pairing up with 40 Cobras (who recently produced a hit single for Pitbull) the two put some major tropical house influence on Diplo’s “Don’t Walk Away” but not your typical trop house sound, they’ve actually coined their own new sub-genre: tropical bass. Summer vibes are sprinkled all throughout this flip, so even if it is extremely cold wherever you are, turn this one up and picture a sunny day in the summertime!

Bass | Haywyre’s Two Fold Pt. 2 LP Is Shaping Up to Be a Massive Release

Posted by on February 5, 2016

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As time goes on, more and more live acts in dance music emerge, but only the top tier of talent have the sheer musical ability that Haywyre possesses. Next week, his Two Fold Pt. 2 LP will finally be released after some outstanding teases, including “Endlessly,” “Do You Don’t You,” and “Impulse,” which was just unveiled today. Each of the songs display Haywyre’s multi-dimension style that is impossible to pigeon-hole. From house, to mid-tempo, to other genre-bending sounds, the Indiana native can do it all. Have a listen to “Do You Don’t You” above, and “Impulse” after the jump. The Two Fold Pt. 2 LP is available for pre-order on iTunes and Bandcamp.

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Indie | LA’s Andrew Grant Drops “Slow Burn” Single

Posted by on February 5, 2016

Los Angeles based producer Andrew Grant teams up with fellow Angeleno RKCB on his debut original single “Slow Burn.” The track skates on slowly plucked high notes and ominous synths, the track blooming as RKCB voice slurs, “Been awake too long, tried to break the mold, know this road I’m on, feel it turning cold.” As the melody pushes forward, his whisky-soaked croon dissolves in regret, lifted into the stratosphere by a steady, fog-clearing dance floor beat.

DOWNLOAD: Andrew Grant – Slow Burn

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News | FestiCrates.com Starts First Ever Subscription Box For Dance Music

Posted by on February 4, 2016

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Festicrates.com is a dance music subscription box that is curated to the interests of multiple fan groups within the scene. Essentially, you input your gender and select a box suited to your interest, and FestiCrates will send you a variety box of items to your door monthly, curated to you.

The boxes can be purchased month-to-month, or more long term. The longer you invest the larger discount you get.

At the same time, Festicrates has opened up a store where a large amount of accessories and clothing can be per-ordered.

Looks like orders on both fronts won’t be shipping until April, but the premise looks promising. Learn more about FestiCrates from their socials and video above.

House | MSTR ROGERS Takes Us To Another World With “I’ll Take You” Music Video

Posted by on February 4, 2016

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Correct me if I’m wrong, but “I’ll Take You” being released on Big Beat Records, I can’t help but assume that Icona Pop is on this record, it’s got that same sex appeal from what we’re accustomed too from the Scandinavians, and I don’t care, I love it (pun intended). MSTR Rogers is bringing club music back to the clubs, and it’s about time. Nothing better than timeless house, go on! This is a must listen, something to shake your booty too!

iTunes – MSTR Rogers – I’ll Take You

Trap | NGHTMRE Gives Us First Single off Self Titled EP

Posted by on February 4, 2016

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Saying NGHTMRE had a great 2015 would be just straight wrong; NGHTMRE came outta nowhere, slayed every frequency and dropped over 25 records last year. Out of the 2016 gate, NGHTMRE drops his first solo self-titled EP on Mad Decent on 3/25.

I have been working on this track for almost a year now. I really tried to take the listener on an entire journey throughout the song, hope you guys like it,” said Tyler Marenyi aka NGHTMRE.

Pop | Tundran Is Bringing It Back With “Last Drive”

Posted by on February 4, 2016

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When this track was sent to me, it came with a warning, don’t get too excited, hah, and low and behold I was on a bus, so I had to contain myself. “Last Drive” by Tundran is the latest release off PRMD, and it’s a bit of a departure from all of their latest offerings such as Throttle, or Avicii, but even EDM needs a break at times, and there’s nothing more refreshing than live music. Opting for that retro, 90’s arena rock feel, which I love, for the record, Tundran makes me want to hop in my car, and just drive, plus this Spring-like weather isn’t helping. Press play, and be taken away, this one’s a must listen!