Exclusive, Featured, House, Videos | FNT Premiere: Audio District Release Trippy ‘Run Through The Streets’ Music Video
Posted by Middy on April 10, 2015
Copenhagen and Oslo-based electronic, disco, synth pop trio Audio District have unveiled the new video for their upcoming single “Run Through The Streets.” Mirroring the Lifelike-produced track, the trippy video is a throwback to the 80’s with kaleidoscope effects and band members ping-ponging lasers at each other. The single will arrive on April 13 through Computer Science with a special Kris Menace remix — but until then listen and watch the original in the video exclusively below!
Exclusive, Featured, House | FNT Premiere: Animist Remixes Warren Xclnce Feat Jordan James & Pheenix’s “Say Goodbye”
Posted by Middy on February 25, 2015
We are happy to premiere and offer up the free download for Nottingham-based producer Lee Eden, known professionally as Animist for Warren Xclnce’s tune “Say Goodbye,” featuring the interchanging vocals of homegrown vocalists, Jordan James & Pheenix. Classy and smooth, Animist does the trick with a shuffling bass line, soft chords and fluttering keys that give this a late night club feel that might fit into a Redux set. Grab the free download exclusively here below.
Contests, Exclusive, Featured | Win 2 Tickets To See Mr. Carmack, Djemba Djemba & More At Irving Plaza 1/17
Posted by Middy on January 11, 2015
Next weekend, America will be fittingly celebrating one of its greatest protest leaders to walk the home of the brave and the land of the free. As you celebrate MLK, the TeamSupreme tour will descend on Irving Plaza in New York City with Mr. Carmack, Djemba Djemba, Penthouse & JNTHN STEIN on Saturday night, Jan. 17. We are giving away two GA tickets for the occasion, so line up a friend and sign yourself up. Enter in the widget below and / or grab tickets here. Listen to tracks from Mr. Carmack and Djemba Djemba to get ready for the show.
Posted by JT on December 2, 2014
Last week, I wrote about the anticipated release of EDX’s Collateral Effects EP, which was released yesterday. Today we celebrate with the release of another episode of ‘No Xcuses’ and as usual, the king of smooth vibes supplies another round of fresh tunes overtaking clubs worldwide. We’re only 4 weeks away from episode 200 and as 2014 comes to a wrap, EDX has already established a foundation for what to expect in the coming year. For Tracklist and upcoming Tour Dates see below:
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Exclusive, Featured, House | FNT Premiere: Audio District – Reach For The Sky (LIFELIKE “Radio – Pop” Remix)
Posted by Middy on October 27, 2014
Danish disco, synth-pop trio Audio District have released the full EP for their new single “Reach For The Sky”. It includes not only the 80s-tinged original, but also some remixes from Rouze & Daytona and Lifelike. We are here to premiere the full stream of French producer Lifelike’s full remix. Lifelike adds some more sophistication to the tune, with airy synths that mesh impeccably with Audio District’s vocals over a simple and easy bass line. They add their french touch to the tune. Grab this remix and full package on iTunes or Beatport.
Posted by VMan on October 23, 2014
“Never Done This” is the first track off Michigan State University’s own Quinn’s upcoming EP Change Of Scenery, which is the follow up to his acclaimed mixtape Shlup. Blending electronic music with soul vibes, think Jon Bellion meets Hoodie Allen in an organic manner, Quinn speaks his mind and heart over an ayokay produced beat, who captured the moment and composed some real soul music with this one, I’m def vibing to it, this is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: Quinn – Never Done This
Exclusive, Featured, Progressive House | FNT Premiere: Tom Piper – You Don’t Know (Karboncopy Remix)
Posted by Mel on October 10, 2014
If we’re talking about two guys from Australia, Karboncopy is probably the duo who has provided me with the most pleasurable experience in the past 48 hours from a male. They have released some really good music in the past, but this one is my favorite and has been on repeat since I first heard it two days, or 48 hours ago. An official remix of Tom Piper’s “You Don’t Know” is what they were tasked with and it came out spectacularly. An understated piano carries the excellent vocals to the build where the anthemic melody takes over and climaxes powerfully at the drop. This remix is as good or better than the original, which is also below, and probably Karboncopy’s best to date. The stream can be found exclusively below and the song can be found on Beatport next Monday, October 13th.
Beatport: Tom Piper – You Don’t Know