Posted by BIGLIFE on March 25, 2015
Spring has just arrived and has graciously brought a new track from HiFadility. The producer/composer/DJ creates a soulful electro trap edit of Queen Latifah’s UNITY by keeping her vocals and the horn accompaniment, while laying down his own bass line and signature HiFadility claps, guitar riffs, and shakers. An innovative sound designer, there is always an exciting novelty involved in listening to new HiFadility tracks. Make sure to download the track to get this replay friendly tune. Follow HiFadility on soundcloud or twitter at IamHiFadility where he will be releasing more edits as part of The Queens EP.
Bootleg, Electro, Electronic, Mainstream Remix | Chris Brown (Ft. T-Pain) – Kiss Kiss (Beshken & Guestroom Edit)
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 12, 2015
In honor of Beshken hitting 10,000 followers on SoundCloud he and Guestroom drop off a little edit of the early 2000’s smash “Kiss Kiss”. Chris Brown has been plastered all over the tabloids these past few weeks, and is certainly a piece-of-shit person, but there’s no denying that he and T-Pain had you dancing to this club hit just a mere few years ago.
Listen to the bubbly remix below, and follow Beshken on SoundCloud for hopefully more music very soon!
Posted by jewcebox on March 9, 2015
It’s always exciting when you come across a track you can’t really put a label on or place in a genre. For his (or her) first release ever, AVNU has delivered a very ‘mellow’ and ‘chill’ remix that is rooted in 808s that has left all of us struggling to really define what sound this is. The one thing we do know is that this track is just beautiful and exactly what the original needed. The vocal cuts, the melodic but simple builds; everything about this track is what seemed to be missing in the remix competition Borgeous & Shaun Frank launched last month. Our hats are off to you AVNU.
Posted by VMan on March 2, 2015
There’s talks on the internet that ATTLAS is actually Deadmau5, and if you listen closely to this latest “Scarlett” you’ll actually hear the voice of a man go “I am Deadmau5.” No I’m kidding, there is no voice, but what got me into Deadmau5’s music years back was his knack for melody, all while still keeping that electro edge, and “Scarlett” carries that same innovative magic which gives you that outer body feeling. I know some of ya’ll aren’t fans of instrumentals, but this is beautiful piece that I felt the need to share with ya’ll. This is a must listen!
Posted by Middy on February 3, 2015
Soysauce has been one of the hottest soundcloud acts going right now and his recent tune, “Broken Record” featuring the vocals of Joni Fatora has pushed him even higher along that path towards wider dance acceptance. As to be expected with popular songs with quality vocals, the remixes will come flying right in and Chicago duo Louis The Child have done just that. Louis The Child go for a more stripped back approach to the record adding deep, throbbing bass line and cheery synth chords. It is a free download, so grab it below.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on February 3, 2015
The New York based producer, Hiko Momoji, is fairly new to music world with only two songs in existence. For his most recent release he enlisted Awful Records own, Father, and Abra. The duo team up to make a sing-songy lullaby, suited for the Valentines season right around the corner.
The contrast of Abra and Father’s voices bring the song to life and make for an intruiging story start to finish.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on January 27, 2015
When you hear a song for the first time, it’s easy to jump to conclusions about the songs meaning, or perhaps what the artist was envisioning while he or she composed it.
In music videos, like Act Natural’s for “Up To The Crime”, it’s captivating to see an entirely new spin on a previous piece of work. The video takes a viewer on a tour of London’s illegal gun trade. There are no actors used and all of the real people from where the video was shot in West London add a scary reality to the already dark story.
As the video twists and turns from alley to club, the melodic, yet powerful builds structured by traveling production duo, Daytrip, keeps your ears just as your eyes.
Stream the song below: