Posts by jewcebox
Posted by jewcebox on May 26, 2016
The Geek x Vrv are back with the official music video for the name single off of their Origami EP, and we can’t stop watching it. The four-minute video is a stop-action type of film that follows a girl through a variety of different daily tasks that all of some sort of interesting twist to it. It’s the perfect counterpart to the track, which is a fusion of dance and breakbeat that perfectly shows off The Geek x Vrv’s signature style of production.
Posted by jewcebox on May 25, 2016
Most dance music fans, even the casual ones, have heard EDX’s original, “Missing.” The track, which was released earlier this year, has gone on to garner over 8 million plays online and counting, on its way to becoming one of the biggest dance tracks of the year. The talented Swiss producer has continued to push the record, as he’s enlisted the Netherlands-based Joe Stone and Brazil’s Nytron to deliver two impressive remixes of his chart-topping original. First up is Joe Stone, who infuses the track with soaring piano riffs and a groovy bassline sure to tear up the dance floor. Hot on Stone’s heels is Nytron, who showcases his left-leaning, indie dance style with slick guitar work and heavy synth stabs on his remix. The remix pack is due out on May 30th, so mark the date on your calendars.
Posted by jewcebox on May 23, 2016
It’s no shocker that Felix Jaehn is a mastermind in the tropical house genre. The German producer became instantly famous when he released his reggae, pop-infused remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” last summer, which skyrocketed to the #1 spot on iTunes charts in over 55 countries. Suddenly bestowed with a huge international fan base, Felix was prepared to maintain that energy by showing off his musical dynamism by working with some of most talented producers and artists in the industry. Just last month, his pop-infused single “Can’t Go Home” with powerhouse artists Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert demonstrated the 21-year-old producer’s effortless ability to cross through genres and step outside his comfort zone.
Now, Felix Jaehn returns to once again surprise us with another genre-defying gem. His newest track “Cut The Cord” with Berlin-based producer Hitimpulse is a bouncy, evocative tune that highlights a fusion of rolling piano scales, thick synths, and a punching breakbeat rhythm.
Listen to the track below or find it here.
Posted by jewcebox on May 20, 2016
It’s definitely playoff season. Young and upcoming rapper EaSWay just dropped a new single titled “Shooting Sleeve” which boasts heavy bass and clever lines. The sounds will have you vibing, but definitely pay attention to the lyrical prowess this kid posses. Keep your eyes on EaSWay as he’s sure to be a key player in the LA rap game very soon.
Posted by jewcebox on May 19, 2016
Since its inception, Mysteryland USA has always touted the underground, using its massive reputation and reach to introduce the world to many of dance music’s most talented up-and-comers. This year, the Bethel Woods-based festival has, once again, enlisted the fast risers on their lineup for their Emerging Artists mix series, and we’ve got the exclusive on a mix from Champagne Drip, who is known for his self-dubbed brand of “DripHop.” The hour-long mix deftly moves between some of the biggest future bass tracks of the year with some heavy hints of trap and even tropical house. Tracks like What So Not’s remix of “Innerbloom,” Wave Racer’s remix of “Never Be Like You,” and a few Champagne Dip IDs make this the perfect pregame mix for your Thursday night.
Posted by jewcebox on May 18, 2016
The LA-based producer Justin Jay has been killing it lately with his Part 1 and Part 2 of his Fantastic Voyage (The Album!) out on Black Butter Records and Freerange Records respectively. Now, Justin’s taking it back to the States by teaming up with Josh Taylor, once again, on “Let Go,” a groovy, funk-filled track that we can’t stop bumping. Taylor’s smooth, laidback croons offer the perfect balance to the blues-inspired guitar melodies and infectiously catchy hi-hats. Peep it above and keep an eye out for the rest of the EP on Soul Clap Records.
News | Billboard Hot 100 Festival Announces 2016 Lineup Featuring Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, and More
Posted by jewcebox on May 18, 2016
Coming off the success of their inaugural festival, Billboard’s renowned Hot 100 Music Festival is making its triumphant return to New York City this summer, welcoming over 40 top-tier artists spread across three stages. This year’s festival will be headlined by the likes of Calvin Harris, Ariana Grande, and J. Cole, with a slew of undercard artists stellar enough to rival even some of the biggest festivals in the country. With artists like Gryffin, Madeon, Prince Fox, Niykee Heaton, and more, all slated to play at Nikon Jones Beach Theater this summer, Billboard’s Hot 100 Music Festival is one you don’t want to miss. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, but if you have a presale code, you can get them here.