Moombahton | dEVOLVE & DJ Nesty Revive Moombahton With Original “Bring Ya Booty”

Posted by on May 7, 2017

Supported by Major Lazer, Apple Beats, BBC radio 1, and with 8.5 million plays on one single release “Higher”, dEVOLVE is the next exciting thing to a popsicle on a summer day. The guy’s party sound is a superb combination of genres such as moombahton, bass and dancehall. Together with the Grammy-winning Latin producer DJ Nesty, they have stirred the reggae/dance/Latin segment with their latest original track “Bring Ya Booty”. The track revives the 2012/2013 moombahton sound, pumped with a sleek modern dance beat, fit for any 2017 get together.

The Miami-based artist dEVOLVE marked the one-year anniversary of his successful music career launch this March. His most notable aspect is probably the wide spectrum of genres that influence his sound, from dancehall, big room, electronic to trap and hip hop. His debut, “Bubble Gum” featuring Jamaican dancehall legends T.O.K., was signed and released by Jillionaire (of Major Lazer)’s Feel Up Records. Following that was a chain of releases supported by influential A-listers including Diplo & Friends Radio, Apple Beats 1, BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems show, SiriusXM BPM, Major Lazer, Manufactured Superstars, DJ Five and many others. Don’t sleep on these two artists.

Electro | Elephunk drops hot new single “the alchemist”

Posted by on May 1, 2017



Up and coming LA based producer Elephunk dropped his latest single today on the Bodhi collective and it’s worth getting excited about. I recently discovered Elephunk’s music and I’m glad that I did, his newest single “The Alchemist” is a harder bass driven tune that has a throw back Porter Robinson feel to it with an addicting synth that flows over top. Hopefully we will get to hear this played out through this summers festivals. Make sure to grab the free download here.

Remix, Trap | Venessa Michaels Takes On Kendrick Lamar With “Humble” Remix

Posted by on April 25, 2017

The King Kendrick Lamar is one of music’s biggest icons. His new album and specifically the single “Humble” are larger than life. It takes a special producer to try and take on remixing such a project, but that’s just what the talented VenessaMichaels did. Her iconic sound has her regarded as one of the best producers doing their own thing. Her “Humble” remix exemplifies this sound, a mix of hip-hop/trap with just enough jersey club vibes to get the party going strong. Not only does she deliver a top quality remix, but she released it for free for her fans and DJs to enjoy, who surely will play this one out during the many upcoming festivals.

Kendrick Lamar – Humble (VenessaMichaels Remix): Free Download

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Trance | Submersive Drops 2-Track Trance Release “Rock Bottom”

Posted by on April 24, 2017

2 months after releasing trance-influenced tracks “Ready” and “The Ritual”, Submersive just dropped yet another track, this time with a completely different vibe from the other 2. If “The Ritual” was cold and heavy, then “Rock Bottom” is the perfect romantic, uplifting and colorful track, fitting for the season we are in. Following the original vocal track is a heavy trance “Aphotic” mix. With 200k Soundcloud plays over and done with, this up and coming LA-based artist is the name to know.

Submersive picked up his first drums sticks at the age of 10, he probably did not know they would change his life forever. That was the beginning of the music career, leading to a DJ event at age 13 and moments of achievement thereafter. More recently, he has been focusing on trance, “the goal of my music is to give people a transcendent experience in a musical environment. Trance is the continuation of what the earliest humans discovered: the connection between music and soul, and that’s what I aim to accomplish with every one of my songs.”

Bass, Trap | LO-Def Follows Up Dim Mak Remix With “It’s On”

Posted by on April 15, 2017

Based in Garden Grove, you may have seen LO-DEF around on the internet via his official Dim Mak remix of “Devil’s Lettuce” by Bro Safari and ETC!ETC!. He’s now returned with his first single of the year, an original called “It’s On.” The release has all the makings that listeners got a taste of in the Dim Mak remix, but with a fresh core elements newly introduced.

The core of “It’s On” is certainly it’s hard, trap and bass feel. Pulsating, rhythmic percussion layer on top of dark, almost-spooky vibes found within this track that would undoubtably go off in the club. Gaining traction and getting noticed as an artist is, in part, about locking down credible achievements – Lo-Def is skipping ahead of his colleagues via strong productions, partnering with notable labels, and on-point branding.

Bass, Electro | Kai Wachi Frees More “Demons” With BTSM, Liquid Stranger & More

Posted by on April 12, 2017

Kannibalen Records keeps up their hot release schedule with a fire new EP from Kai Wachi and company. Officially taking on remix duties were Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid. If you’re a fan of bass music, this EP will serve you like no other. BTSM’s signature ferocious style comes out in full with their electro take, while Liquid Stranger infuses some classic dub sounds into his flip. SQUNTO delivers a headbangers dream with a vibrant remix and NuKid gets groovy with one of the best remixes on the project. Check out all four today and get a copy of the EP. It’s well worth it.

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Trap | Ouza’s “Drag You Down” Massive 2nd Release From New Label Superdead

Posted by on April 6, 2017

Superdead is a new label that is only 2 releases deep, but are already showing promise in all the right areas. Underrated DJ/producer Ouza slayed the Super Dead 002 spot, featuring a clean bass tune that has huge juxtaposition.

The intro and bridge are chill and trippy, but fitting for a forward-thinking bass track, The drop blows the mind with it’s loud, overpowering, wall-of-sound feel. The second drop takes the direction a step further, mixing up the drum patterns to make the heavy sound of “Drag You Down” even heavier.

Superdead does their label model a bit differently, check out their website to see merch, exclusives, and more.