Posted by jewcebox on March 14, 2017
Gryffin has been an anomaly on the Internet over the past couple years with his savant-like ability to craft infectious melodies and bumping basslines. While his first two singles “Heading Home” and “Whole Heart” were incredible successes, the LA-based multi-instrumental is pushing the envelope with his new offering, “Feel Good,” where he teamed up with melodic bass favorite Illenium and Grammy-winning vocalist Daya. Beautiful yet powerful and an intricate balance of dance and pop element, this trio offer up one of the most promising tracks of the spring and it’ll be interesting to see it blossom. Listen now above.
Posted by VMan on March 8, 2017
“Find My Way” featuring Leo Smith is the future bass track you’ve been waiting for. Relatively unknown producer Afterclap is well on his way to becoming a household name. This debut is going to be released on label imprint PRMD Music, which was founded by Avicii and this feat is certainly admirable.
Not many producers can come out of the gate and get this type of release, but Afterclap earned it. This future bass record has the best qualities of the genre with added vocals by Leo Smith. Leo Smith’s lyrics are somewhat sad and brings back a taste of melancholy while Afterclap’s production brings us to new heights with the beautifully crafted melodies and upbeat drum patterns. These two should definitely team up again in the future.
Posted by VMan on March 5, 2017
You know when two genius producers get together for a project it’s going to be a good one. For Alessandro Gamelli and Jason Rooney their new alias Gale is a change of pace from their roots, but bring with them a promising and refreshing take on future bass. The two producers have a storied past with Jason Rooney being a part of platinum selling hits with artists like Jason Derulo, Taio Cruz, and Kelly Rowland along with doing official remix work for some of the biggest DJ’s in the industry; Dirty South, Bob Sincliar and Tiesto. Alessandro Gemelli is equally as impressive having past releases with Hardwell’s label Revealed, Armin Van Burren’s Armada and Enhanced Recordings, these two come from talent and they’re here to showcase their new project with their debut track “Goodbye.”
“Goodbye” is a future bass inspired track featuring lush and elegant vocals from KatMarsh. The percussion elements and 80’s inspired synths make for a great combination that will get this track stuck in your head after the first listen. The track has been self-released on their soundcloud and it is available to stream on Soundcloud, Apple Music, and Spotify, offering us multiple ways of checking out their new single. With clean production and catchy melodies, this duo is off to a great start and we definitely recommend checking them out as they are more than likely going to be a regular name in the industry very soon.
Posted by jewcebox on February 21, 2017
Joe Mason spent the last two months in the great city of LA locked away in the studio cooking up some new goodies for his fans. He’s back with yet another top notch remix, and this time it comes in the form of Stalgia’s “BDY”. The LA based duo tapped the Sydney native for a pumping remix that blends downtempo future bass and organic indie elements to create an innovative synthesis of genres. Joe Mason’s sound continues to develop and we are excited for his debut original to make it ways into our earphones in the near time future. Listen to his remix of Stalgia’s “BYU” above.
Posted by VMan on February 17, 2017
Jack Squire, a relatively new producer on the block just released a monstrous remix of Breathe Carolina and APEK’s Lovin’. Breathe Carolina has an impressive track record of releases with Armada, Spinnin’ Records, and Maximize Records under their belt. All of their tracks have stellar production value and creative original ideas. With that being said, Jack Squire who is a resident of Los Angeles, California shows us his take on one of Breathe Carolina’s most notorious track.
The track consists of some original elements but boasts a composition much darker. A jumpy intro sets the stage for a banging trap breakdown, then the buildup turns darker and presents a bass filled drop. Squire incorporates bass house with some influences from break beats to make this track stand out. Support from A Boy and a Girl and APEK himself certainly foreshadows the success of this track.
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 5, 2017
I loved the original of this Mickey Valen song, but SEMLR put a interesting twist on it that really stood out too me. Help this artist out by heading over to his soundcloud and giving him a vote for the remix contest.