Ambient, Electronic, Hip-Hop, House | SiDizen King Reminisces on Dillon Francis and Kygo’s “Coming Over”

Posted by on July 27, 2016

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Future hiphop luminary SiDizen King has continued to captivate listeners since he released his debut single “One Day” this past May. His experimental mix of rap and electronic is unbelievably clever, quick, and polished, brilliantly shining through the musical efforts of the same blend from other artists. This is once again illuminated in his latest remix of Dillon Francis and Kygo’s “Coming Over” featuring James Hersey. This fusion of hip hop and tropical house is seamless, as SiDizen King’s silky smooth cadences bring a new light into the original, giving off the perfect mood for some late-night listening.

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Electronic | Producer Tim Suby releases smooth debut original “k goodnight” feat. Jessie Reyez

Posted by on July 22, 2016

Tim Suby’s debut original “k goodnight” will undoubtedly have you feeling the groove within seconds of hitting play. This future based pop tune entails a spunky, tropical beat that is perfect for those sunny summer days. Tim Suby’s production matched with Jessie’s vocals layered together create a wonderfully soothing combo. Looking forward to more of Tim’s future releases. Make sure to check it out if you need a happy boost today, and the best part is it’s available for free download!

Electronic | DEMUR Strikes Again With Controversy, Releases New Song

Posted by on July 21, 2016

DEMUR is climbing the ranks in American dance music. Based out of LA, the propaganda-themed artist who isn’t particularly open about his identity, has shared a handful of graphic art pieces, as well as songs, that clearly call out elements that occur in the industry that he isn’t pleased with.

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Chill, Electronic | GRMM will move you with his latest remix of “Straight On Till Morning”

Posted by on July 20, 2016

Having just wrapped a Australian tour with BROODS, Xavier Dunn is setting the stage for the rest of his summer. His second single “Straight on Till Morning” dropped not too long ago and he’s now enlisting a fellow Aussie friend to remix it. GRMM has been having quite the year releasing a new wave of music and collaborating with hot vocalists like Quinn XCII. He’s not taking on SOTM and putting his own dose of bass on it. Give it a spin below.

Electronic | Selena Gomez & Charlie Puth get remixed by Lash and it is fantastic

Posted by on July 18, 2016

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Lash first teamed up with Charlie Puth just a couple months back to remix Puth’s hit single “One Call Away.” After massive success, Lash teamed up with both Puth & Selena Gomez to deliver and even better production with their remix of “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” The remix is stunning! It is simple yet intricate, featuring Lash’s signature deep synths and pop undertones while also being perfect for the dance floor. Lash, consisting of Dominican duo Kelvin Beato & Omar Andino, have teased that their debut original is just around the corner. We can’t wait to hear what they have in store, but for now check out their remix to “We Don’t Talk Anymore” and get movin’!

Electronic | Razz has you “Walking On A Dream”

Posted by on July 18, 2016

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Razz’s track “Right Back” still has us buzzin’ so when we found this in our inbox we were thrilled! Collaborating with Zack Martino, Razz drops a remix to “Walking On A Dream” and it is a beauty! “This record really brought back memories of our youth, so we decided to put our own spin on it,” says Razz, “We want you to feel like you’re back in one of your childhood memories after listening to this.” I don’t know about you, but this definitely transported me back in time to the days when things were a lot simpler. A beautiful vocal, combined with a summery drop has Razz & Zack Martino’s remix of “Walking On A Dream” on my list of summer 2016 hits! Check it out now and see for yourself.

Electronic | “Catching On” by Elephante is a must listen

Posted by on July 18, 2016

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Elephante just dropped a brand new original called “Catching On”, featuring the lovely vocals of Nevve. This is slightly different from what we’re used to hearing from Tim Wu, but it’s still as ear pleasing and dance floor worthy as anything else he’s put out. This is truly what separates the good from the great – the ability to change it up song after song while still remaining consistent in quality (if not bettering it). Elephante says that “this song started on a rainy day in LA… it was all gray outside and i just started messing around until this “wuub wub wuub wub wubwubwubwubwub” thing appeared in my head… i didn’t think much of it at first, but it turned into one of my favorite tracks i’ve ever made.” Definitely check out “Catching On” now, and don’t be surprised when you fall in love with it!