Posted by Tay on February 12, 2016
Norway’s next star, Jerry Folk, has been on a steady, yet slow-burning ascent as he’s released several chart-topping tracks. Last year, he brought us his remix of Years & Years’ “Desire,” an original “Futura,” a hit remix of Oh Wonder’s “Lose It,” which racked up 13 million+ plays on SoundCloud alone, and more. Jerry didn’t waste any time in getting back on the release train with “To My Soul” last month, and he’s continuing to impress with another original, “You Know,” that he created with ELOQ during a visit in LA. This newest number is a future bass gem that a testament to both Jerry and ELOQ’s versatility in the studio.
Free Download: Jerry Folk x ELOQ – You Know
Posted by JT on February 9, 2016
Xan Griffin, the 15 year old producer from the deserts of Apple Valley, CA, just finished up his official remix for Botnek and I See Monstas “Deeper Love.” The track adds to the endless quality of records catalogued on Monstercat. This is the follow up for Xan’s official remix of Minnesota’s “Colors”. With support from artists like Sound Remedy, Illenium, Skrux, Just A Gent, and Minnesota, there’s no slowing down for this young, up-and-coming producer.
Posted by VMan 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!
Posted by Tay on February 5, 2016
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.
Posted by VMan on February 2, 2016
Black Tiger Sex Machine’s highly anticipated debut album is finally here. Welcome To Our Church is an epic collection of tracks that goes beyond just music. Together, they portray the post-apocalyptic universe that the Kannibalen mythos finds itself within. Don’t expect this to be the only tales that come out of the Kannibalen Records camp depicting their legends through music. Twelve tracks, including an intro and outro are what make up this massive album, with collaborations from nearly all the KanniFam, including Apashe, Dabin, Kai Wachi, Lektrique and Karluv Klub. Whether you’re a fan of dubstep, electro, or even techno, BTSM have you covered with this project. Welcome To Our Church starts off strong, but just keeps getting better as you move towards the end. This LP is a must have, and iTunes has you covered. Last thing to note, get ready for a music video in the coming months for one of the tracks!
Black Tiger Sex Machine – Welcome To Our Church LP: Purchase on iTunes
Posted by VMan on February 2, 2016
Chicago’s Gorilla Bass released a killer remix of Diplo & Sleepy Tom’s hit “Be Right There”. Fresh, saucy, and futuristic, his take on the original is very forward-thinking. Gorilla Bass represents the dark, innovative bass music coming out of Chicago club life. His style is open format and his attitude is “no genres, just music.” With an identity purposefully shrouded in mystery the music is free to speak for itself.
Free Download: Diplo & Sleepy Tom – Be Right There (Gorilla Bass remix)
Posted by VMan on January 29, 2016
Brig is no stranger to FNT, his latest January release “Unbelievable” is a fast follow-up to last week’s “I’m In Love”. This tune features Chimes, who I don’t know but I know would definitely like to hear more of.
Brig has clearly poured his heart out last year given the amount of music of his that was released in 2016. With 2 in 2016, I’d say this year is shaping up to be another big one for the Russian bass artist.