Chill, Electronic | INDICA Slows Things Down with New Groove ‘REMEDY’

Posted by on March 15, 2019

With his signature retro synths, LA artist INDICA premieres his latest single in preparation for his EP, “RETROMODERN“.  The new tune, “REMEDY“, is produced by fellow Andrew Luce and talks about making use of the small time one has with another person.

The new single is as impeccable as the past two and features heavy use of autotune and haunting melodies.  A laid-back beat makes you feel like driving into a Californian sunset while INDICA brings all of the vibes via his swagged out vocals. The most chill offering so far from the forthcoming EP, INDICA switches gears on this one and shows fans another taste of what’s to come.

Electronic | CASHÆ turn up spring time energy on a new remix of Emily Brimlow’s “Hope”

Posted by on March 11, 2019

Producer/DJ duo CASHÆ, are coming up from Miami where they run Sunset Studios. They’re quickly building steam for their Caribbean (Alex is Puerto Rican and Joseph is Cuban), pop and bass influences, first gaining buzz through independent singles and remix releases, which quickly garnered the attention of labels like Sony, Roc Nation, SunPop, and Atlantic, who sought after CASHAE’s ear-catching creative production for their top roster artists. This time the pair take on Emily Brimlow’s single “Hope” and turn it into a dance floor burner equipped with an up-tempo bass friendly melody, sunny house flavor full of bouncy four to the floor action, and rattling hi-hats. CASHÆ are here to take you on a springtime excursion. This is a must listen!

Chill, Dance | INDICA Prepares to Release His New EP ‘RETROMODERN’

Posted by on February 22, 2019

Hailing from Los Angeles, recording/visual artist INDICA has set the wheels in motion leading up to the release of his new EP, “RETROMODERN‘, on March 29th.  Having already released the lead single, “INTOXICATED“, last month, the swagged out Californian has just dropped his latest offering, “TIME MACHINE“.

While much of his material to date has been a bit more Hip Hop leaning, the new project, produced by Andrew Luce, brings a smooth Electronic vibe that looks to blur the lines between past textures and future flows.  On, “TIME MACHINE“, rich layers of synths, grooving basslines and steady drums keep the tune driving while INDICA sways on top with his ice cold auto-tune flow.

Having racked up millions of streams to date, there is no doubt that INDICA is on to something.  Beyond the music, INDICA is also well known for his stand out visuals and eye catching aesthetic.  An artist in the truest sense of the word, INDICA is making sure to leave his mark for a long time to come.


Electronic | Kill Paris Calls On Inside Tim Moyo & Kuda for “Out”

Posted by on February 19, 2019

What a collaboration we’ve got here! Kill Paris enlists Tim Moyo & Kuda for their new 3-way-tune “Inside Out” and it is an absolute bop. Calling it one of his favorite things he’s ever created, the future bass jam is fueled by sexy synthesizers and an overall good vibe to it. MONSTERCAT is total top notch releases, every single time, and this one is up to par.

Electronic, Pop | “I’m Alright” With the New Brasstracks & RLUMR Collab

Posted by on February 3, 2019

Been into Brasstracks brass fueled music for a hot minute now, especially their remixes and covers, but the original stuff is what really gets me moving. While this one has been out for a little while it doesn’t not make it fire. Connecting with RLUMR, BrasstrackS unleashed “I’m Alright” a month or so back and it has a major bounce to it. Alternative R&b single is a niche music scene but it’s defintly only gonna get bigger with acts like RLUMR, Daniel Caesar, and Gallant getting the exposure they deserve.

Chill, Electronic | Justin Caruso Releases Tribute Cover Of Mac Millers’ “Best Day Ever”

Posted by on January 22, 2019

Justin Caruso released a tribute cover to Mac Millers’ track “Best Day Ever” on Macs birthday this past Saturday, and it is quit beautiful. The tribute is an amazing piece of electronic art, and something we haven’t seen from Justin in awhile. He takes snippets of the iconic instrumental, and uses them to build the song into a chill/electronic track that will have you teary-eyed. Rosie Darling, a vocal powerhouse, supplies angelic vocals to the track giving it a nostalgic feel. This one is all about the feels, so be sure to check it out and feel for yourself!
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Electronic | Mandala Affect’s “Accepting The Unknown” Is A Multi-Genre Hyrbid Worth Hearing

Posted by on January 18, 2019

Mandala Affect delivers vibes that call into question one’s perception of reality with “Accepting The Unknown.” The artist displays his versatility, combining genres such as progressive dance, experimental bass, and psychedelic sounds to formulate the overall feel of the release. As a key component, the liquefied basslines aid in the driving force of the rhythm, solidifying the danceable qualities of the track.

Luke Mandala’s passion for underground electronic music was ignited in 1998, prompting him to initiate his career at the age of fourteen. Over the years, the artist has steadily built on the foundation of his brand, eventually launching his own emblem, Activated Recordings, in 2008. With numerous festival performances and releases under his belt over the past decade, Luke has become renowned in the conscious community.