Posted by VMan on April 14, 2016
After releasing his debut single “TOAST” last month, Atlanta producer/dj RVNES wasted no time getting back to work. His second single is a crossover club/radio record featuring “Make Sum Shake” rappers Cool Amerika and vocalist Happy Sometimes on the hook. Be on the lookout for RVNES debut album, which is due out early 2017. Enjoy!
Posted by VMan on April 6, 2016
It’s pretty cool to see a project launch. With No Funks Given, they did so with their original “Geeked Up” that has been released as a free download. This duo of California producers is taking an unconventional route with an anti-industry attitude, and with their music they offer up sounds that aren’t what you’ll find everyday on Soundcloud. “Geeked Up” is more than just a trap single, as it shifts shapes throughout its three and a half minute span to keep listeners on their toes. They’ve already promised more music soon, and despite launching the project with this original, they’ve uploaded a remix of a totally different style for a competition they are enrolled in. After you check out “Geeked Up,” head over to Wavo to listen to their “Sour Patch Bounce” remix. PS, as much as I love the Mac Dre picture, that’s not the real album artwork. Check the Soundcloud description for it!
No Funks Given – Geeked Up: Free Download
Posted by VMan on April 3, 2016
Support – Tritonal – Blackout
Posted by VMan on March 2, 2016
Posted by VMan on March 1, 2016
Tibe isn’t a familiar name in my book, but on “Prism” he really went it. The future trap bounce is large on this one and it’s laced with tripped out samples and sounds all over. There is a eerie vibe that lingers on the song, giving “Prism” a even more chilling effect once the drop kicks it. Keep an eye on Tibe!
Posted by VMan on March 1, 2016
Majestic Casual is one of the most looked at Youtube channels known to music for the past couple of years, and their quite a taste maker co-sign if they upload your music so it only made sense they moved onto bigger things. Majestic Color is the newly started record label by the MC team and last week they came out with the first piece of music on the imprint, “Daybreak” by Electric Mantis and it was astonishing. With their not even being a lead vocalist on the song, the record still captures your attention in full form until it’s end, due to the change of pace and vibe over the course of “Daybreak”. Electric Mantis is going to really blow up this year, I’m calling it now.
Posted by VMan on February 22, 2016
NGHTMRE has spent the past year solidifying his place in the dance music scene. He has played some of the biggest festivals in the world including EDC LV, TomorrowWorld, Lollapalooza, Snow Globe, and many others. NGHTMRE will drop a new track every two weeks leading up to the release of his EP on March 25.
This past week he blessed us with the third song “Get Back” off the self titled EP. He managed to transform the Ludacris 2004 smash hit into a spiraling rework that is reminiscent of NGHTMRE’s devilish drops.
“I’m always looking for unique 128bpm house music. With “Get Back” I wanted to create a high-energy break beat song that would still fit into a house live set!” – NGHTMRE
Pick it up as a limited free download below before it’s too late to get it back.
Free Download – NGHTMRE – GET BACK