Chill, House | Nightcall’s “Let You Go” A Fresh Approach To Chill Sound

Posted by on January 14, 2018

After aiding in the production of hundred of records as co-producers and engineers, Nick Peters and Marcel Wenzel are ready to take center stage as the production duo Nightcall. Showcasing a veteran production savvy on their debut track “Let It Go”, Nightcall weaves together acoustic guitar plucks, piano chords, and energetic, yet subtle percussion hits. Smooth female vocals further compliment the song by adding energy and texture. Having spent many years helping other artists achieve their desired sound, “Let It Go” marks the beginning of an exciting new era for Nightcall and demonstrates their readiness for the limelight.

Chill | Svcred Founder Launches New Project Dirty Chime With “Halo”

Posted by on December 15, 2017

Dirty Chime isn’t a name you’d recognize at an immediate glance. However Thomas Clayton, the founder of Svcred Clothing, may ring a bell. They are in fact one in the same and Dirty Chime is being officially launched with the debut original “Halo.” This audible treat is a fantastic blend of several styles including pop, electronic, indie and more. He tastefully mixes them all together for a unique track that you can’t help but to put on repeat and enjoy again and again.

Chill, Electronic | Effy & Olmos Team Up w/ VenessaMichaels on “Good Love”

Posted by on December 14, 2017

The artwork for “Good Love” is what grabbed my attention at first, mainly because it reminded me of some work by Jabba The Kid, a digital artists who’s worked with Skrillex and other huge names in the EDM community. Luckily, the audio is just as good if not better then the visual side of this record; a feel good future pop single that glows with a happy and bouncy feel to it. Stream it above now.


Bass, Bootleg, Chill | Element Gives Maroon 5 a Future Bass Facelift via “What Lovers Do”

Posted by on December 9, 2017

Brooklyn based DJ and producer Element gets the go-ahead to drop his official remix for Maroon 5 & SZA of their collaborative single “What Lovers Do” and it’s glorious. Future Bass remixies are hit or miss these days because they’re so overdone, luckily Element put in the work and this one’s a total hit. Listen to the sick new flip above now, he crushed this one.

Chill, Deep House | OYO Releases Expressive Music Video For Dance Single “Powerless”

Posted by on December 7, 2017

After seeing his work featured in Anchorman 2 and other major motion pictures, OYO is no stranger to the powerful synergy of music and visuals. With his latest offering “Powerless” featuring Temple, OYO provides viewers with a rich, carefully choreographed viewing experience to match the drum ‘n bass and electro vibes of his new song. Director Tom McKenzie successfully captures Maja Kaagaard Olsen’s fluid dance moves in an ominous factory, an otherworldly white background, and a vast piece of farmland, while choreographer Jens Schyth Brøndum’s uses the settings to heighten the impact of each dance move. The “Powerless” video is yet another example of OYO’s ability to fuse movement and music together as one.

Chill | Kende Shares Feel-Good Release “High With Me”

Posted by on November 30, 2017

As 2017 is rapidly drawing to a close, we’ve needed all the feel-good music we can get. Thankfully, Kende has been on his grind, churning out a slew of recent groundbreaking new releases, and now continues to elevate us with “High With Me.”

An upbeat melodic release with memorable songwriting, “High With Me” is exceptionally engaging from start to finish. With each new release Kende takes a strong step in establishing his presence as an artist to watch in the upcoming pop electronic circle. With summer time synths and nostalgic melodies, “High With Me” is warm and inviting from start to finish. Listen to it in full now via Tipsy Records as Kende aims for a strong close to his 2017.


Posted by on November 27, 2017

This one some how slipped past me last week but once I heard it over the weekend I knew I had to share it. German producer LCAW teamed up with the Danish pop trio WhoMadeWho to create this beautiful hybrid pop-house track aptly named ‘Desires’ and wow has it been on repeat! The vocals from WhoMadeWho layered on top of LCAW’s lush instrumental really make for a feel-good combo.

“Working with WhoMadeWho was something I wanted to do for quite a while, their self-titled album on Gomma is one of my favorites! ‘Desires’ came together very naturally, my instrumental production was already in a similar musical world so when I showed them one of the early versions they quickly agreed to provide the vocals for the track. This is a collaboration not many were expecting but that just makes it so much more special.” says LCAW.