Posted by VMan on September 23, 2016
astronomar is a widely supported artist. Skrillex, Diplo, and so many more have been all over his music for years. Back in the day, his remix Wax Motif & Neoteric’s “We Go Deep” was just everywhere. More recently, Marlon Lumba aka astronomar has released on OWSLA, Ministry of Sound, and BNR Trax, as well as started his own label Main Course, which features it’s own bunch of unique songs, mostly hard stuff.
Today, astronomar has released an original entitled “Run It.” The tune has more of a mysterious side, but there’s no beating around the push when it comes to the power of this tune, this one is a banger. “Run It” features a classic 2016 dubstep/trap hybrid drop but pushed to the limit, plus so much more.
astronomar talent has longevity, he’s has carved out a chunk of the scene all for himself and his keeping it.
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2016
Apashe is no stranger to good music. He’s announced his debut album, Copter Boy, and we’re super stoked about its September 30th release date. We were excited before, but now that his single “Fuck Boy” is out, we’re doubly so. The heavy trap single is a bit of a different style from Apashe’s usual stuff, but this is just as dope. What puts this one over the top is its NSFW music video. Short story is Apashe attends what can only be a Donald Trump rally… but this is nothing like any political rally you’ve seen before. Things get wild, clothes get taken off, and there may be a booty or two shaking in the process. “Fuck Boy” is currently available for free, if you pre-order Apashe’s LP. Once you place your order, iTunes will download a copy to your library!
Apashe – Fuck Boy feat. Kandle: Pre-Order LP For Early Copy of the Single
Posted by VMan on September 12, 2016
Kai Wachi has long been a pillar in the bass music scene. Often times, you’ll find that your favorite producer’s favorite producer is Kai Wachi. Kai has been signed to Kannibalen Records for years now, and the two make an incredible match. Recently, his home imprint released Kai’s biggest EP to date, $KULL TEAM. This project features four singles, including a collaboration with the lovely Anna Yvette on “Need You.” Their work together closes out the EP with such strength that you wish it had come sooner. Before you get there though, you are met with three singles, two of which share Kai’s heavy hybrid style, and “RED,” a fiery electro original. Overall, this is one of the best EPs you are going to find if you are into bass music. Kai Wachi is setting himself for an incredible year in 2017. Let’s see how he closes 2016 out after this amazing EP.
Kai Wachi – $KULL TEAM: Download EP through Digital Stores
Posted by BIGLIFE on August 17, 2016
LeeLee Haxi (formerly ‘Leah Haxhi’) has been dropping loose singles for the past couple of months and is finally blessing us with a full project next month. ‘Pull Up’ is the first release off of the debut, entitled ‘Until Then’, and its chill, late night riding vibes makes it a perfect summer track. Infusing hip-hop, trap and even elements of grunge, ‘Pull Up’ is a great illustration of how amorphous, unpredictable but at the same time comforting LeeLee’s sound can be. If this melodious trap experimentation is indicative of the sound on ‘Until Then’, the project is going to be a must listen. Be sure to listen/share ‘Pull Up’ and to follow LeeLee on her socials @LeeLeeHaxi to stay up to date with more singles and videos off the debut.
Posted by VMan on August 2, 2016
What a enormous remix, wow. Y2K and Alexander Lewis are quite the pair of producers to team up on a track, so when I saw they came together to put a booming flip on “Chimes” originally by HudMo my interest peaked. I was not disappointed and you won’t be either, turn up to this one above!
Posted by VMan on July 12, 2016
Last week we brought you Mack & Jet Set Vega’s remix of Sofia Carson’s latest single “Love Is The Name,” well this week we hit you with their remix of Tyron’s “Somebody To Love Me” opting for a darker sound than their usual uplifting progressive vibes. Experimenting with trap meets future sounds, this remix is the ultimate pre-game before hitting the festival. Get lost in the vibes, it’s a must listen!
Posted by BIGLIFE on June 30, 2016
Los Angeles singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Stephen has had an impressive year. His debut album “Sincerely” was a complete success with “Crossfire” seeing viral coverage on major news outfits. With a North American Tour already under his belt, Stephen has already begun work on his second album. While he works on his album, he’s dropped a brand new “Crossfire” remix that we can’t stop pressing the replay button on. The haunting vocals in the bridge set a tone that will have you coming back for more. Throw it a heart on Hypem below.