Posted by APM on May 25, 2016
Norwegian producer Limbic Void just dropped his debut five-track EP called “Lapdogs” and it is beautiful. Having started the EP in early 2015, Limbic Void decided to scrap everything and start all over again from scratch 6 months in – a decision he says he does not regret. He said that the “new songs came to me much more naturally…I was playing around with the ideas revolving around a harmless comment that stuck in my head, about how people settling down had become “domesticated””. This collection of sounds has an almost Flume influence with a more pop feel – combined with naturally soothing vocals. Check out the EP now and remember, “everybody knows that even lapdogs have to run”.
Posted by VMan on May 25, 2016
HypeM chart topper Fareoh is back with two new records for his fans. He hits the ground running with a new instrumental “Cloud Ten” and follows up with his new remix of Skizzy Mars single “Alcoholics”. Both records have been doing their work on the internet bringing 400K + plays since the release date. If that says anything about the summer music to come, we’ll be listening as I’m sure many of his fans eagerly await new music.
Posted by APM on May 20, 2016
Everyone needs to go thank Kap Slap right now because the man just dropped the tune you’ll have on repeat all through summer. “Felt This Good” is a ‘feel good’ track featuring M. Bronx on the vocals with a beautifully crafted piano based drop with electronic glitch elements sprinkled in. I’m so thrilled this is finally released because I’ve had this track stuck in my head ever since I first saw Kap drop this live at his show, then in his spring break mix, and finally when he released the preview late last week (so when you’re singing the hook throughout the day don’t say I didn’t warn you). “Felt This Good” is out now via Ultra Records so be sure to grab your copy now and give Kap Slap a <3 on HypeM here!
Posted by APM on May 19, 2016
Stop what you’re doing, plug in your headphones/speakers, and bump this. Morgan Page & Angelika Vee’s “Safe Till Tomorrow” just got the Lash treatment and the result incredible. The Dominican duo put their groovy deep-house vibe on the track to make it something that will get any dance floor popping. Lash have been busy this summer, releasing their remix to Lost Kings’ “You” on Spinnin’ as well as one for Hayley Kiyoko. We can’t wait to hear what they come up next! Check out Lash’s remix of “Safe Till Tomorrow” now!
Posted by APM on May 19, 2016
Two Australian groups, Rachel By The Stream and Men Imitating Machines, recently teamed up for a track called “Crashland”, creating some playful, electro dance-pop sounds. While the original was great on its own, the remixes breathe new life into the song. Ampro out of Norway & Australian beat-maker Kayboku both share their take on “Crashland”, with each interpretation being as unique as the original. Each remix pays homage to the original while adding unique electronic and tribal sounds to the track, creating something that is both moving and dance worthy. Check out “Crashland” and the remixes now!
Posted by VMan on May 18, 2016
From start to finish, JOYRYDE’s latest track, “The Box” is bumping. Just as listeners hoped for, JOYRYDE masterfully follows up his “4 Real” remix with absolute fire!
JOYRYDE has been gaining some serious momentum with his genre bending style, Swurve House. This momentum is thanks to the producer’s ability to be flexible with his output, being able to masterfully produce between genre boundaries. JOYRYDE’s consistency not only in sound quality but also in video accompaniments (mostly automotive related), has helped develop him into one of the most sought after artists today. With notices from the likes of Skrillex, NGHTMRE, and other top dogs, it is only a matter of time before this high energy artist explodes onto main stages across the globe. Check out the track then watch the video, you won’t be disappointed.
“I made this tune and sent the rough mix to NGHTMRE who dropped it first in NYC, 12 hours later my HD died, I lost the master files and video for this and other songs…now 1 week after its original release date she made it into the world. fck problems. about the video loop at half way, it’s the most that could be done.” – JOYRYDE
Posted by APM on May 18, 2016
Man this “Is It Love” remix package might just be my favorite one of 2016. Jenaux already dropped a fire mix, and Justin Caruso followed that up perfectly with his take on the track. While Caruso’s take is more on the future side of things, this isn’t the cookie cutter Future Bass we’re used to. Featuring acoustic guitars, melodic vocal chops, and beautiful sound design, Justin Caruso’s remix is one we’ll be jamming out to all summer. Check out the track now and be sure to download it as all proceeds go to “Pencils of Promise”.