Posted by Mel on March 10, 2014
“Why would I need a girlfriend when I’ve got this small gap in my couch” is something I occasionally ponder and the answer is companionship. You can’t take a couch to the beach. A similar question of “Why would somebody remix a Zedd song when the original is so good” is also a thought I have whenever I listen to a Zedd remix. A large majority of the time they are inferior to the original, but that is not necessarily the case with Moiez’s remix of “Find You”. Moiez’s style has always primarily been progressive house, although he has strayed from that here. He says he wanted to challenge himself to become a more versatile artist and make something original. The result is a song that incorporates elements of multiple genres. He says this is one of his favorite remixes he has done and after taking a listen, you’ll understand why.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 10, 2014
In Radical Something’s newest song and video, we see a whole new side of the California-based band. Their in-house producer/drummer/DJ, Big Red, cooked up an EDM remix to the band’s song “Long Way Home”. The song certainly makes their upcoming tour with Krewella seem a little bit more fitting. It is clear they are trying to merge fan-bases and expand the musical tastes of Rad-So listeners.
Enjoy the song and video and be sure to get Radical Something back in your playlists as the Spring begins to heat up!
Posted by yabishcic on March 6, 2014
Pomo has been killing it lately. It seems as though the Canadian’s have been pumping out some seriously dope producers as of late 2013. I’d stay tuned if I were you because these beats are so funky fresh and speaker ready.
Posted by BP on March 4, 2014
Maxx Baer’s “Re-Think” of “Carry Me” by Bombay Bicycle Club is just divine. Trap beats carry along a variety of bells, sound effects, and synths to delight your ears and steal your attention. According to his Soundcloud, Maxx Baer gave this track a “purple imprinted future-beat of his own.” I couldn’t have said it better myself. The British producer is dropping a four track EP called “Breathe” on March 24th. This track will hold us over until then. Keep your eyes open for it, and grab this one for free!
Free Download: Bombay Bicycle Club – Carry Me (Maxx Baer Re-Think)
Posted by BP on March 4, 2014
Just A Gent has dropped another “lovetrap” track for us today! The Australian gent remixed Bel Heir’s “Kiss The Devil” into a melodic masterpiece. I’m loving the progression of the “lovetrap” genre lately. Emotions are strong in the vocals and chord progressions. The trap drums and chopped up synths make it still fast paced and fun to listen to. Scoop your copy for free on Facebook.
Free Download: Bel Heir – Kiss The Devil (Just A Gent Remix)
Posted by Middy on March 2, 2014
We have been hearing about the album “Worlds” for quite some time now, and finally we have a peak at what it will sound like. Porter has repeated in interviews that it was not going to be like his other songs, but something more musical, a listening album. He released no music last year and still got even bigger in profile, a testament to the quality of each of his tunes. If his past work and “Sea Of Voices” is any indication, the album is going to be one of the best this year, without a doubt.
iTunes: Porter Robinson – Sea Of Voices
Posted by Nick on March 2, 2014
Coming at you from the 5-1-0 (Oakland), star producer Amp Live, also 1/2 of the hit Bay Area rap group Zion I, has just released another track under his solo alias, bringing you probably some of the chillest vibes you’ll hear all day. Featuring smooth acoustic guitar, clean wobbles, and fresh vocals from The ReMINDers, Timeline, & Sloppy Joe, “Closer to the Sun” delivers a unique sound that showcases Amp‘s wealth of potential to grow outside of his involvement with Zion I and flourish as an individual. After you hit play, don’t forget to give him a like or a follow on one of his social media outlets – definitely worth it.