Pop, Trap | TWO LANES Follow Up Odesza Remix With Fresh Original “Away”

Posted by on September 5, 2018

With over a million plays in under a year, TWO LANES have expanded their take on chill trap with moment-capturing singles packed with dance pop and a certain undefinable zest. More recently, their remix of Odesza’s “Line Of Sight” is a fitting snapshot of these attributes, smooth future bass topping off the experience being on of several memorable moments.

Come end of August, TWO LANES dropped an original “Away,” the highlight here being their intense, haunting and mysterious feeling built in, from start to finish. Whatever the production challenge may be, TWO LANES nail combining their signature sound with unique themes to bring their tracks to life.

Trap | Introducing Nelson & His Epic Sound Design

Posted by on September 1, 2018

“Voyage” is a war song for me. I discovered this abstract trap banger on my way into the gym and had it on repeat the full hour I was there due to the fact that it was so hyped and really helped pump me up! Nelson is a new producer on the come up who has quite a cinemtaic style to his heavy trap sound. The wild synthesizer and leading the way but the real head turner on this song is all the hectic powerful percussion. The drums on “Voyage” are worth listening to alone, listen to it now above. Nelson’s is onto something here.

Rap, Trap | Element Links With triple fourr On “What You Done”

Posted by on August 3, 2018

Element returns with more heat! Thrilled to finally get my hands on the upcoming EP by Element ‘Patience’ but until the drop I will have this new triple fourr featured track “What You Done” on my speakers. It knocks but still has a easygoing sound to it thanks to the laid back vocals throughout. The simple production on the instrumental gives a wide space to triple fourr to take the lead and sparkle. Stream the new collaboration above now and brace yourself for the NYC artists forthcoming project, it’s gonna be huge.

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Electro | Vavo presents ‘No Friend Zone’

Posted by on July 24, 2018

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British, Canadian duo Vavo release their latest ‘No Friend Zone,’ as a follow up to ‘Sleeping Alone.’ With support from Tiesto, Nicky Romero, David Guetta, and more, Vavo are becoming the go-to for all thing electro-house, with their epic big drops, and their easy to digest songs. Their latest ‘No Friend Zone’ goes without any explanations, there’s no friend zone, it’s all touchdowns. This is a must listen.

Electro, Electronic | Alisky Connects with IOLITE for “Traces”

Posted by on July 4, 2018

“Traces” by Alisky is a heavy new Electro pop record that is reminscent of early music by French EDM legends Justice or semi new schoolers, Oliver. IOLITE’S lead vocals are silky and smooth while the production is gritty, upbeat and in your face but so much fun. Alisky was recently picked up by Warner Music Finland and after listening to “Traces” I completely understand why: he’s got next. Looking for a summer anthem? Look no further, listen to “Traces” above now.

Bass, Electro | Birthdayy Partyy Drop Fan Favorite Fergie Remix

Posted by on July 2, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have a ton of high quality remixes, but there’s one that really got things popping at their EDC Las Vegas debut, as well as Spring Awakening. That was “London Bridge” by Fergie, but instead of its poppy 2006 form, the brothers updated it into a breakbeat beast. As has become custom, the boys dropped this one as a free download. Think of it as your Summer gift and enjoy it in your party playlists for the rest of the season! This is a throwback done right.

Bass, Trap | Hydraulix Releases Bass-Heavy Multi-Genre EP Entitled “Kingdom”

Posted by on July 2, 2018

Bass music is an ever evolving genre, clearly Hydraulix has come across a multitude of genres and influences in his days for something like Kingdom EP to bind it’s roots and eventually make it’s way out of him. Hydraulix showcases many styles in the EP, the music also sending a message that he’s not about one vibe when it comes to what he represents. The sick 3D artist and diverse beats create more than a lasting impression that parallels the music in surprising ways, props to Hydaulix for digging deep and making something strong for the long term.