Posted by BP on July 30, 2014
Wizard dropped a new chill track for us today called “In The Fire”. The familiar sample is warped and complimented by low, speaker busting bass. The bass-line is what makes this track particularly note-able. Sweeping arpeggiators and hard hitting bass tones bang along side trap beats and quiet vocals throughout each bridge and drop. This track is downright sexy, and I don’t say that often. Grab it for free!
Posted by Mel on July 30, 2014
There are some songs that become remixed so much that people loathe seeing another one. “Gold Skies” is one of those, but Elephante’s take on it is among the best of them. His unique glitch infused with progressive house sound is always an entertaining listen. Pair that with the superb vocals from the original and you have a great track.
Posted by VMan on July 30, 2014
The day that Dave Edwards releases originals, is the day the Top 40 charts will never be the same again, because his sound is a hit waiting to happen. A&R’s reading this, mark my words. Having sent over his latest remix of Chris Brown’s “Loyal,” it’s like he brought a beach party to the office, with his buddies Chris Brown and Lil Wayne, and allotment of sexy women. Dave, if you’re reading this, can we party to your music at the clubs in the VIP together? This is the music I like to party to and let loose. This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: Chris Brown – Loyal (Dave Edwards Remix)
Posted by VMan on July 30, 2014
Whatt, Slander sent over the dopest Pompeii remix I’ve ever heard! Trust I’m a fan of this song, you can ask the roomies the number of times I’ve had the original on repeat in the shower a good year or 2 ago, and you should’ve seen everyone’s face when they heard it on top 40 radio, I looked less crazy. Now with that said, if I were to hear this remix drop at a festival, I think I might just lose it on a natural high. Slander really took me by surprise with this one, I’m usually skeptical with top 40 remixes, but they did no harm with this one! This is absolutely a must listen and a must download! Also they are touring across the US now, so check out the dates below and make sure you go out and see them.
Aug 9 Moonrise Festival – Baltimore, MD
Aug 15 Drai’s Nightclub – Las Vegad, NV
Aug 16 District 13 – Tampa, FL
Aug 22 Create – Los Angeles, CA
Aug 23 Webster Hall w/ Etcetc, TORRO TORRO – New York, NY
Aug 30 Sun City Music Festival – El Paso, TX
Sep 13 The Loft – Minneapois, MN
Sep 19 Whiskey Bar – Portland, OR
Sep 20 THE WILLOW – New Orleans, LA
Sep 26 TomorrowWorld – Chattahoochee Hills, GA
Sep 27 Drai’s Beach Club w/ DVBBS – Las Vegas, NV
Oct 10 Segredo – Madison, WI
Oct 26 Something Wicked – Houston, TX
Posted by VMan on July 29, 2014
FNT favorites Alesia dropped the first track off the much anticipated Filet Mignon Volume 2 mixtape presented by Parisian super group Point Point, and it’s a monster! The track will be available for free download on Thursday when the mixtape drops, and having heard the project, I can already tell ya’ll that the music world might not yet be ready for what’s about to happen once it drops. With support from Porter Robinson, Skrillex, DJ Snake, and more, I can guarantee you come Thursday, Filet Mignon is all you’ll be talking about. Wild out, this is the future. This is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by BIGLIFE on July 28, 2014
I’ve seen a lot of talk lately about Kygo signing to Sony. Some congratulated, some even claimed this was the beginning of the end. It’s incredible to me that fans, or people who claim to be, wouldn’t want to see their favorite artist progress. Fans don’t understand how hard it is to make a living in this music scene. The barriers to entry are higher then they’ve ever been. What Kygo has done is unprecedented, yet fans have this ill-informed notion that Sony is going ruin his brand. Sure, major labels are notorious for messing up an artist’s brand. We’ve seen many artists (sadly) come and go because they signed. Kygo, and his team, are too smart to let that happen. Kygo is going to be just fine.
Posted by Middy on July 24, 2014
I used to these a lot, but life got in the way of me continuing these, but I am back to provide your weekend soundtrack of mixes and sets. Since the weekend starts on Thursdays during the summer (and for many, year-round), I decided to get these to you now so you get going on your way tonight. It will be a mix short on mixes, but high on the quality, highlighted by two from Kristain Nairn, aka Hodor. The Steve Aoki mix is actually kind of dope, there wouldn’t be any cakes thrown to those tunes. Read on for the rest of the mixes.