Electronic | Alex Lustig Teams Up With Ayelle To Kick Off Their Original “Do Wrong”

Posted by on March 3, 2017

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This song is addictive. No really, I mean hit play – I dare you not to put this on repeat. Alex Lustig has worked with some of the biggest names in hip-hop (including Young Thug, BJ The Chicago Kid and Dizzy Wright to name a few…). Now, he’s stepping away to do his own thing and man, with this topline by Ayelle, Alex Lustig is making quite the statement. I’m happy I got this one pushed my way – he’s definitely made my list of producers to stay on top of. Scope out his Soundcloud for more gold.

Electronic | No Way Back cover “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay”

Posted by on March 2, 2017

LA-based producer No Way Back first turned heads with his cover of Whiney Houston’s “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay, ” hitting the Top 10 in the UK Music Week Club Chart. His latest single “Minute” featuring Sophia Black showcases his futuristic take on house, combining a groovy melody with piano-driven progression. The chords and key progression seamlessly laced together with a steady kick-drum pattern create the perfect blend of house, hip-hop and soul.

Stay tuned as No Way Back has some Miami Music Week announcements coming your way soon!

Electronic | VOLAC & DESTRUCTO team up for g-house infused stomper

Posted by on February 27, 2017

Russian electronic duo VOLAC have teamed up with HARD events boss DESTRUCTO on their latest g-house infused stomper “What I Got.” The single is a groovy tribute to Fergie’s “Fergalicious,” with deep-cutting bass-lines and high pitched vocals to create a high energy anthem for the dance-floor.

Stay tuned for more releases from VOLAC in the coming weeks, including a release on AC Slater’s Night Bass Records and Tchami’s Confession imprint.

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Electronic | Trademark remixes Sweater Beats and its a must listen

Posted by on February 27, 2017

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Mashup king Trademark is back with a fresh spin on Sweater Beats, ‘Did You Wrong (feat. MAX)’. This unbelievably catchy remix proves that there is no such thing as too much of a good thing. Using Sweater Beats original as a strong foundation, Trademark compliments MAX’s silky vocals by adding a beefy bass line and a myriad of playful synth riffs. Give this bad boy a listen and it won’t take you long to understand why TM has earned over 25 million streams online.

Electronic | Justin Caruso’s debut single “Talk About Me” is fantastic

Posted by on February 27, 2017

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Justin Caruso has given us plenty of stunning remixes, spanning all genres and moods – but now he’s finally given us something of his own! “Talk About Me” featuring Victoria Zaro is an amazing piece which truly shows Caruso’s creativity and musical talent. With stunning vocals, a catchy melody, and an energetic drop – “Talk About Me” is a sure fire hit. Justin Caruso also just came back from his tour with 3lau, which you can check out a recap of here. Trust us on this, 2017 is going to be Caruso’s year! Check out “Talk About Me” now, and be sure to stay in touch with Caruso by following his socials!

Electronic | Alexander Lewis returns with trap infused single “March”

Posted by on February 23, 2017

Coming back with another hit single, DJ/Producer Alexander Lewis has linked up with Lowly Palace for another hard hitting trap jam entitled “March”. Building slowly into a progression of hi-hats and reverb vocals, Lewis hits at the one minute mark with riveting trumpets and powerful basslines that will turn his casual listeners into devotees. Go ahead and give it a stream above and be on the lookout for more from Alexander Lewis and Lowly Palace.

Electronic | Justin Caruso’s “Palace” Remix is fantastic

Posted by on February 23, 2017

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Justin Caruso remixed Hayley Kiyoko’s “Palace” and the result is amazing. A melodic yet upbeat track, Caruso shows us why he’s one of the hottest rising stars in the industry. From Caruso himself: “Hayley has such a unique amazing voice that allowed me to produce music exactly the way I want to and to steer myself towards the sound I really think defines me as a musician. This remix is a big foreshadow to the music to come from me and I couldn’t be more excited to debut it with this remix of ‘Palace’.” As he releases this, Justin is gearing up for his debut original single to drop tomorrow featuring vocals by Victoria Zaro of The Chainsmokers’ “New York City”. Big things are in store for Caruso this year.