Electronic, Hip-Hop | Super Duper Says Don’t Worry

Posted by on August 28, 2015


Super Duper is onto something special. And this is apparent from the first track released from “Sessions Volume 1” on Vitalic Noise. The feeling he creates through sound is blissful, and gives the listener a reason to want more. Needless to say I’m throughly impressed. Don’t forget to purchase the track here.

Electronic | Jenaux switches things up with his remix of “Gamma Gamma”

Posted by on August 27, 2015

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Jenaux is popularly known for his incredible progressive house tracks, so when I got this in my inbox, I have to say I was surprised…but in the best way possible. In his remix of Tritonal’s “Gamma Gamma”, the NYC producer slows it down to 105bpm, while still keeping the same “Jenaux” sound we have come to love. With beautifully executed vocal chops and ethereal build ups, Jenaux’s remix to “Gamma Gamma” is one that’ll keeping your hands waving and your hips moving. Check it out now!

Electronic | Mysterious Producer Toulouse creates an insanely original remix of Kanye West’s “Wolves”

Posted by on August 25, 2015

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A couple days ago my friend sent me a SoundCloud link for this producer I have never heard of  — Toulouse. Immediately after listening to his remix of Kanye West’s “Wolves,” I knew this was something special. After doing some digging , the only tidbit of information I could find out about the enigmatic producer/artist is that is place of origin is none other than Nigeria. The remix is accompanied by an equally visceral music video which I have linked below, but be warned, the video is quite the visual trip. If this remix is any indication of what is to come from the Nigerian producer, count me in as someone eagerly anticipating his next release.

Video: Kanye West – “Wolves (Reborn by Toulouse)”




Electronic, Trap | You Need To Hear Fight Night’s “Call Me Back”

Posted by on August 20, 2015

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Fight Night is a self-addressed couple of punks who reside the DMV area. The innovative style of music they make is a combination electro, hip-hop, punk rock & trap and it’s very compelling stuff. The first single off their upcoming Underground EP is called “Call Me Back” and like most punk rock songs it’s about conversational problems with the one you love. Their alternative rock blend with electronic production is a fresh sound that will definitely be turning some heads, check it out!

Free Download: Fight Night – “Call Me Back”

Electronic | Kygo – Firestone (Third Party Private Remix)

Posted by on August 19, 2015

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Its nice to hear a refreshing and brand new take on a summer smash, ThirdParty goes in on Kygo’s Firestone and absolutely kills it! Best part about this whole release, its a free download from the boys across the pond. Look out for much more in 2015 from these club legends, and make sure you grab the download up top or here.

Electronic | EC Twins Take A Shot At Charting #DJMagTop100

Posted by on August 17, 2015

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This is probably the funniest way I’ve seen to garner artist support for the DJ Mag Top 100.

EC Twins are seeking to break the top 100 this year. They’ve dropped a new video that explains more.

Typically I just see regular Facebook and Twitter post stating, “vote for me,” but the laugh this video gives me make me like EC Twins more than the rest.

Electronic | Virtu Releases Second Single, “Changing Times”

Posted by on August 11, 2015

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With only two releases under his belt, Virtu has done quite a lot to impress electronic fans. From performing at Global Dance Festival to getting picked up by Kill Paris’ recently started imprint Sexy Electric he is clearly on a solid path thus far. “Changing Times” is a new multi-genre original that is reminiscent of Madeon at times while during other points of the new single heavy bass and wobbles come into play, seemingly making dubstep cool yet again. Virtu is definitely someone to keep your eye on, “Changing Times” is very impressive work.