Posted by Meezy on May 26, 2015
Jack Ritchie’s (AKA Bearcubs) “All This Before” remix is one of the most distinctive songs that I have heard in awhile. As some may believe, electronic music can sound repetitive at times. However, songs like this stand out to us listeners and rekindle the lust. Overall, impressive production talent coming from Jack Ritchie. Let’s hope that we uncover more of his talent in the near future. In the meantime, enjoy this.
Electro, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Rap | DJ Felly Fell Presents: The Americanos – Blackout (feat. Lil Jon, Juicy J, & Tyga)
Posted by FilthyTaft on May 20, 2015
The Americanos (same team from Doc Hollywood) is making its debut with an amazing EDM/Rap fusion single that’s bound to hit the radio stations any day now. Teaming up with famous LA DJ, DJ Felly Fell, as well as Lil Jon, Juicy J and Tyga, the Americanos is making power moves to the top. Be on the lookout for them, and enjoy this bangin’ single in the meantime.
Courtesy of The College Sound
Posted by VMan on May 19, 2015
Justice Skolnik’s “Where You Belong” is one of the freshest The Weeknd remixes we’ve heard to date. The Chicago-based producer from San Francisco shows poise for a dynamic combination of synth and melody in this track. Classically trained on the guitar, Skolnik’s transition to electronic music is recent but very promising. The 18-year-old producer is primed for a huge breakthrough this year. You can stream below and even grab a free download below. Enjoy!
Posted by Meezy on May 14, 2015
All these summery tunes coming out are making me that much more excited for the quick approaching summer months. This one, produced by Young Bombs, is a Katleyn Tarver remix that is sure to make you to get up and dance. Such happy feels come with this track. There is nothing wrong with it; Catchy vocals, great piano riff and a candied beat. Pool party written all over it. Lets be weekend millionaires this summer.
Free Download: Weekend Millionaires – Young Bombs
Posted by Meezy on May 13, 2015
Mura Masa brings a pretty sweet sound with his track “Firefly”. It’s a super unique sound, but not too unnatural to the point that it sounds like gibberish. This tune was accompanied by a seven track EP “Someday Somewhere” disposed of about a month ago. All seven tracks really exhibit Mura Masa’s unique production techniques. “Firefly” is a personal favorite on the EP due to the funky drum pattern accompanied by some pretty sugary synths. Give it a listen.
Posted by AC on May 13, 2015
We rarely get to hear new work from Swedish producer Otto Knows, but every time we do, it’s worth the wait. His newest track “Next To Me” proves that point perfectly. An awesome vocal track by Simon Strömstedt can be heard throughout the song which has a nice feel good melody that slowly builds up with strings until it drops into a dance track that is impossible to ignore. This is going to be one of the songs that is remixed and sampled a lot by various artists this festival season. Give this track a listen and if you like it follow the buy link below to pick it up.
Buy it here: Otto Knows: Next To Me
Posted by VMan on May 12, 2015
Its going up on a Tuesday with XVII’s latest original track titled “Anax”. This heavy Future Trap influenced song is beyond electrifying. The beginning starts by captivating your attention with heavy ambient build ups and out of no where you are hit with a lions roar and a drop that will melt your brain. I can only imagine what this is going to sound like at the festivals this summer. You can stream and even grab a free download here. Enjoy!