Chill, Future Trap, Remix | PLS&TY Remixes Portugal The Man

Posted by on September 19, 2018

Florida raised, L.A. livin’ DJ and producer PLS&TY returns with a sick new remix for Portugal the Man. Known mostly for his future bass meets trap style, this dude has been releasing next level remixes for years now and he still has got the special sauce! I did not love the original version of “Live In The Moment” but I can defintly dig it now. Stream the new flip above now.

Chill | Harry Nathan Shows How Good Music Videos Can Be Again In “Rooftops”

Posted by on September 14, 2018

Harry Nathan proves how strong music videos can be when creators don’t cop out with money, cars, and girls. The soloist pulls together a video that nails all the key points, from the visual to the story and beyond. The song and video both attaining a certain level of infectiousness and memorability. The audio itself carries an eclectic sound: melodic vocals, brass instrumentation, and reggaetone upbeats colliding to form an experience all its own.

Harry Nathan has graduated both from Berkley College of Music and Icon Collective, clearly having gained some clout and resources during the process to pull off a video of this caliber. Harry Nathan has set the bar high, giving soon-to-be-fans (this is debut single) and current fans strong content to latch onto.

Ambient, Chill, Electronic, House, Indie, Pop | GIANNI MARINO AND BOY PROBLEMS PREMIERE EPIC COLLABORATION FEATURING ILY ON FNT

Posted by on September 7, 2018

Can You Hear Me

Gianni Marino has been making musical waves and registering in dance blog databases for the last few years at least. I was just reading today about a song that came out from him in 2016 and it’s no surprise that today the youthful artist is still dropping monsters when it comes to singles. “Can You Hear Me” is a significant collaboration between Gianni, brand new artist Boy Problems and the amazing Swedish pop singer ILY. We tend to learn more about these artists as they keep releasing music and it seems that they are finally making that transition towards mainstream pop.

It’s really exciting to get the opportunity to premiere this vocal anthem today. “Can You Hear Me” is an evidently 80s inspired pop r&b song with an lyrical top line pumping the whole time. Boasting a unique twist on their pop production style, these artists are sitting pretty in a world of generic sounding singles going live every Friday.

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Alternative, Chill | “Saturn Return” Is a Strong Comeback For Wilsonn

Posted by on September 3, 2018

“Saturn Return” is the return of Australian artist Wilsonn and it’s a big one and the recently dropped track highlights the singers keen ear for sick production! Wilsonn has sang on top of big songs by other producers and a handful of other original beats but this single is by far his most exciting. Blending future bass style trap on top of a hip hop like brass section, it’s a huge tune. Listen to “Saturn Return” by Wilsonn above and keep an eye out for new music by him.

Chill | HARBER Drops Dance-Pop Inspired Single “Me And My Friends”

Posted by on August 25, 2018

Summer has been good to NYC’s HARBER, the soloist recently wrapped up his last single “Summer You” and now has dropped was seems like the final sun-kissed single of the summer “Me And My Friends.”

Vibrant, colorful, and infectiousness are the highlight aspects of the work, a modern vibe tied with a fluid backbeat and arrangement has tapped into something truly igniting. Released on PRMD Music, home to known names like Cazzette, Syn Cole, and many more, this single is proving it not only has the voice but the support to back it up.

Given the writing network, instrumental experience, and production know-how, HARBER doesn’t seem to be slowing his role anytime soon.

Chill, Future Trap | Ashur Remixes The Neighbourhood’s Cover of a Classic

Posted by on August 23, 2018

I haven’t heard this song since I was like 10 years old and it’s really bringing back some memories. Ashur flipped Destiny’s Child’s early 2000’s Grammy nominated single “Say My Name” into a future trap hit that shows off his clear skillset to take songs to the next level. In the past the Florida bred act has dropped a handful of sick remixes, but this one in particular may just be his best work to date thanks to its slow but epic build that finally kicks in on the chorus and goes full sicko mode (shout out Travis Scott x Drake). Stream the new remix above now by Ashur, it’s the perfect song to get you ready for the weekend!

Chill | Kaskade’s Arkade Records Releases Massive Compilation “Destination Tulum”

Posted by on August 12, 2018

Arkade Records has released an 18-track compilation album, a journey labeled “Destination Tulum.” This release marks a shift from the labels normal pattern of single releases seen throughout a year, embarking on a new and deliberate musical journey that has chapters, moods, and vivid soundscapes that appeal. There is certainly a therapeutic element within, but listen for yourself to receive to full scope of what this is about.

With the revival of dance music in the states nearing it’s 10th anniversary, many have come and gone during those years, but one soloist who’s remained constantly relevant and on top, while continuing to evolve as a natural artist, is Kaskade. Like many, Kaskade started small, touring and releasing; fast forward years later, with record deals and festivals under his belt, the Arkade Records seed was planted and the rest is history. The label has hosted acts from Brohug to Fairchild, always remaining tethered as an expansion of Kaskade’s world and vision.