Posted by Tay on September 17, 2015
Every now and again, there’s a track that surfaces and you can’t get enough of it. This Vincent remix of Alessia Cara’s “Here” is that track. If you’re familiar with the original, you probably have an idea of what expect, but Winnipeg’s young producer blows expectations out of the water with his fantastic rendition. Vincent has injected his synth and bass-fueled style into the addictive hit, transforming it into a future bass anthem that you will have on repeat. Have a listen to it for yourself and if you’re interested in exploring Alessia Cara’s Four Pink Walls EP, head over to iTunes.
Posted by Tay on September 16, 2015
Toronto’s Chet Porter manages to out-do himself with each new release. The last we heard from him was his remix of Jack Ü’s “Where Are Ü Now,” but since then, he’s stepped up his game, and he’s showing it on his new remix of Hitmane’s “Over U.” The original was once a laid-back, xylophone-laden head-nodder, but now it’s a beaming, synth-driven future bass gem that oozes with dreamy vibes. We can’t wait for what Chet Porter comes through with next! Listen above and pick up the free download below.
Free Download: Hitmane – Over U (Chet Porter Remix)
Posted by Tay on September 11, 2015
From Disney Channel star, to pop princess, to dance music star, it seems like Selena Gomez can do anything. She’s dominated the pop stage with tracks like “The Heart Wants What It Wants,” before exploring into the dance music arena with her collaboration with Zedd, “I Want You To Know,” which dominated the festival circuit this year. Her latest hit, “Good For You,” tabbed one of this year’s biggest rappers, A$AP Rocky, but Selena has gone full dance for the official remix package, which features remixes by Nebbra, Yellow Claw & Cesqeaux, and Kasbo. The three remixes could not be more different from each other, in a good way. From a stand-out future tropical take by Nebbra, to a heavy-hitting trap re-imagination by Yellow Claw & Cesqeaux, to a future bass rendition that is dripping in vibes by Kasbo, the “Good For You” remix package has a little bit of everything.
Posted by VMan on September 10, 2015
Chicago’s TREH released a sweet mash up of two festival favorites, Diplo’s “Express Yourself” and Jack U’s “Take U There”. Intertwining them in a way that is super chill with more dramatic basslines. Super smooth production makes this mash up happen seamlessly, like these songs were meant to go together all along. Pick up your copy today and be sure to give him a follow on SoundCloud.
Posted by Tay on September 8, 2015
Most producers would be happy being a superstar in one genre, but Oliver Heldens is not like most producers. At twenty years old, Heldens has championed an emerging genre in future house, started his own Heldeep Records imprint, and is now turning his attention to the rising bass house genre with his HI-LO moniker. HIs most recent output comes in the form of a HI-LO edit of the forthcoming Oliver Heldens & Da Hool remake of a 90s classic, “MHATLP,” and it’s a modern day makeover of an old school track. The glitchy melody of the original now sits atop a bed of raw, rolling breaks, gruff bass lines, and whiny synth stabs, as Heldens dons his HI-LO mask for this edit. “MHATLP” is due out on September 28th via Spinnin’ Records.
Posted by VMan on September 8, 2015
Kannibalen Records radio head Lektrique teamed up with the rapper Panther Matumona on quite an impressive bass single called “Spark.” Much like other Kannibalen tracks, this one fuses classical elements with a modern heavy twist. “Spark” is a track that doesn’t fit itself into one genre specifically, but it lies at the midtempo range making it most closely align with moombahcore. Lektrique shows off his intense sound design skills yet again, setting himself apart from a lot of cats in the game. It’s just a matter of time before this guy makes it big like his fellow KanniFam members like Snails, Apashe and Black Tiger Sex Machine.
Purchase on iTunes: Lektrique – Spark feat. Panther
Posted by VMan on September 4, 2015
L D R U. Oh my god. This producer has been one of my favorites for the longest time. When he’s not creating bangers in his duo Carmada, this Future Classic resident is still churning out on point music under his solo alias L D R U. Still confused why we’re so stoked on him at Fresh New Track? Hit play and have all your problems of today solved.