Posted by Middy on July 22, 2014
NYC duo Grand & Warren take a break from remixes to head back into the more challenging, but rewarding realm of originals. The tune is groovier than their latest productions, while still hinting at some big room energy, though the barrage of plucks are simply that, plucks. They cap it all off by intelligently sampling Glass Figure’s “I Need You” (make sure you peep the Chateau Marmont remix) and a steady groove. Grab the exclusive download only here below!
The duo are playing a handful of shows in the NYC area the rest of the summer, as well as one in Chi-city and another in LA. Get info on their website here.
Posted by mimada on July 14, 2014
If you were diggin’ that last release from Phazz in collaboration with the rising London-based label youtellme, just wait for what they have in store for you today. Introducing KAOS, an upcoming producer also based in the UK, whose track “8-Bit Love” is exactly what it sounds like, but with a little bit more trap and a lot more soul. This is only the beginning of what youtellme has in store, so stay tuned for a handful of releases in the coming weeks, and pre-order the entire volume here.
Posted by Mel on July 14, 2014
Karboncopy, connoisseurs of erotic styled literature and progressive house music are debuting their forthcoming remix of Rob & Jack’s “Shadows” right here on FNT. The track shares some similarities with their previous remix for Laidback Luke and Project 46′s “Collide”, as well as the hit summertime smash of autumn 2011, “Without You” by David Guetta, in the sense that they are all pretty good. A strong piano leads the song out of the break and into the build, where the rolling melody takes over and then climaxes, powerfully, at the drop. Karboncopy are tremendously skilled and in time are sure to be among the top progressive house artists coming out of Australia. The remix is out a week from today, July 21st. Until then, enjoy the stream exclusively below.
Posted by Middy on July 14, 2014
The first thing that will stick out to you in this tune are the vocals. Insanely catchy, Ashea has developed a poppy sound that does not sound manufactured like many of her female peers. Working with that, London based producer, Deepmilo strips the tune back of much of its pop sensibilities for a deeper, groovier tune fit for the summer. We have the premiere right here for ya, so stream this one until it is released.
Posted by Middy on July 14, 2014
Hailing from Belgium & France, producer duo, BOTH recently released their new summer tipped single “Straight Outta Line”. Cheery and poppy, this tune is one of those diamond in the rough tunes for you to play out combining the synth heavy climaxes and addictive vocals. We are proud to premiere the video for the tune, which follows three 20-somethings as they journey across the Western US, living the free life.
Once you are done with the video, peep the P.A.F.F.’s Deep Remix, which does not lie and is quite deep. Grab the tune on iTunes here.
Posted by BIGLIFE on July 11, 2014
Dallas’s Jay Fresh has been quiet as of late, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been working. Today, Jay releases his highly anticipated “Calm Before The Storm”, a six track long EP that’s hip-hop goodness. Produced by Storm Watkins, “The Calm Before The Storm” paints a sonic landscape that’s full of sexy vibes coupled with eloquent wordplay. It’s the kind of project that makes you want to drive down the coast on the PCH with your windows down. If this is the calm before the storm, I can’t wait to see what cumulonimbus clouds Jay Fresh rides in on next. Jay Fresh. The Calm Before The Storm. Stay Gold.
Posted by Middy on July 9, 2014
Sibling duo Star.One have become starlets of the UK underground scene, but that title is starting to lift as their influence begins to expand beyond the underground niche and travels across the channel to Europe and beyond. Having already gotten steady looks from British radio and some major media mags & publications, the duo are spreading their wings are making waves across the music community. The duo have created a rnb infused trap / hip hop, garage and grime sound that is quintessentially British.
We are happy to partner with The Future FM to premiere a new mix from Star.One that takes you under the hood for what type of tunes they are digging now. It also includes 3 exclusive new remixes and edits that you will be hearing here first. So stream this below and watch their new video for “Birthday” as they ready their upcoming “Elements” mixtape. Tracklist after the jump.