Electronic | GhostDragon Drops His Highly Anticipated ‘Strangers Again’ EP

Posted by on June 11, 2021

After releasing smash hit singles including “On My Phone” and “Meaning To,” California-based star GhostDragn finally unveils his Strangers Again EP in full. Featuring 6 highly emotive tracks chronicling love lost and the process of moving on, Strangers Again is GhostDragon at his musical best.

On the EP, the creative says the following: “My extended EP of ‘Strangers Again’ is a collection of collaborations in which the vocalists and I have challenged ourselves to take on a reflective journey this past year. Each song represents a person, who we may know, wanting adoration expressed in different forms at various stages of a relationship. Throughout my songwriting & production process, I’ve been reminiscing the times I had with this special person in my life. It’s frustrating that I’m unable to win her back after many years of knowing this person for so long. The only thing I could do is to accept that we’ll just be unknown acquaintances again. I hope listeners could relate to this EP after a year of being ‘bottled up’ and ‘overthinking’ at home.”

House, Pop | Kleak & Veebu Enlist Noa Angell For Pop-Leaning Anthem “Come & Go”

Posted by on June 11, 2021

Italian talents Kleak & Veebu are undoubtedly a duo we’ll be hearing a lot more from very soon. With millions of streams under their catalog already and support from some of the scene’s biggest names, such as Lucas & Steve and Don Diablo, Kleak & Veebu are taking over dance music one uplifting track at a time, and their latest collaboration with Dutch-Indonesian singer-songwriter Noa Angell, titled “Come & Go,” is no exception. 

Out via Frenquency Music, “Come & Go” is a fascinating ride through pop leaning verses and anthemic, summery drops. Noa Angell’s lively vocal performance meets Kleak & Veebu’s exciting instrumental in a stunning way, leading into drops that explode with the help of plucky basslines and infectious vocal chops. 

Albums | Golf Clap Drops House Heater “Lose It” on hau5trap

Posted by on June 10, 2021

Making a massive debut on deadmau5’s hau5trap imprint, Golf Clap shines in his brand new “Lose It.” Out now worldwide, the four-on-the-floor fire is chock-full of larger than life snares and booming synths. Constantly reinventing the wheel, Golf Clap melds timeless house beats with nuanced basslines to create an effortless track best suited for moving and grooving into the early hours of the morning.

“The idea behind ‘Lose It’ was to create something simple yet effective and hopefully make it timeless in the process. Most music these days seems overly complicated and I wanted to really drive the point with a super solid baseline and kind of let that speak for itself.”Golf Clap


Pop |

Posted by on June 8, 2021

Rising pop singer-songwriter Fabri bursts onto the scene with his first ever release to date via “Here Tonight”. Fabri creates powerful Pop infused material that will genuinely connect with most listeners, largely due to his songwriting ability, vocal tone and overall skillset. This may be his first ever release but he has a bright future ahead of him for the rest of 2021 and beyond. Drawing influence from the likes of Angus & Julia Stone, Passenger, and Milky Chance, Fabri is definitely someone to watch out for.

Hip-Hop | Delrondae unveils brand new track ‘All She Wrote’

Posted by on June 7, 2021

Pittsburgh’s latest rap prospect Delrondae bursts back onto the scene with yet another fiery track in the form
of ‘All She Wrote’, a hard-hitting retaliation at a relationship gone sour.

Produced by Ricci and 1 Wav Collective, the syncopated beat blends broody bass and distorted synths to
create a rhythm that reflects the emotional turmoil of the single’s narrative, with the pace deviating as the
Pennsylvania rapper spits snarling bars over the flow. Self assertive and raw, the killer chorus and clever
verses are a statement of defiance, as Delrondae refuses to be messed around again. ‘All She Wrote’ is a
story about a girl that took advantage of her boyfriend in a relationship when he tried to give her the world yet
she still left him” he explains, “As the relationship comes to an end he realizes that he was way too good to be
treated like that. This has happened to me before and it’s something I think many people can relate to as it can
go both ways happening from a girls perspective as well. When I made this song I was going off pure vibes of
the beat, it took me like 20 minutes to make it. It was the perfect song that I needed to finish up my upcoming

Heavily inspired by rap legend J Cole, Delrondae spent his youth watching his older brother, Walt Benji, craft
beats, which led him to follow in his footsteps. His debut release, a remix of Meek Mill’s ‘Pray For ‘Em’
caught on like wildfire, and infectious tracks such as ‘Nothing Usual’ and ‘Sing My Song’ came shortly after,
with the latter racking up over 309,000 streams on Spotify alone. Blending classic era with a new school
flow, he has dedicated his time to forging a sound that is distinctively Delrondae, and he is set to take over the
scene this year. With a project in the pipeline for release in the coming months, get ready to hear a lot more from Delrondae.

Hip-Hop | Melo Bermon Drops “Still Lie” Music Video)

Posted by on June 6, 2021

American-born singer, songwriter Melo Bermon explores his inner thoughts in new track ‘Still lie’, which narrates the tale of “ a lover with a self-centred personality. She only sees herself, and in that very prism, she thinks she can do what she wants and have everything her way.” Melo Bermon breaks through the prism and assures it is for the last time. The 80s thrilling yet daunting energy of ‘Still Lie’ contributes to the intensity of Melo Bermon’s emotions. The drum-led electronic instruments give power to the track. Melo Bermon’s music is relatable and authentic. Be sure to check out ‘Still Lie.’

Electronic | Lamorn Debuts on mau5trap with “Physical Layer”

Posted by on June 4, 2021

After releasing a slew of official remixes for deadmau5 & Kieza, Judah & The Lion, SHAED & Two Feet, and ATTLAS, an 18-year-old Lamorn excitedly debuts his inaugural mau5trap single. “Physical Layer” is out now via the deadmau5-run imprint, and comes after the boss man himself discovered Lamorn during one of his mau5trap Monday streams. The masked producer says “[Lamorn’s] song ‘Physical Layer’ was so strong I had to ask him to send his session files to make sure it was him. Since then he’s remixed my song with Kiesza ‘Bridged By A Lightwave.’ Excited to welcome him to the mau5trap family and looking forward to much more from him in the near future.”