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.
Posted by VMan on November 21, 2016
Avicii’s record label PRMD continues to release innovative, multi-genre styled music, kind of like “Silver” by Ghasper. Last week the Vegas resident and DJ dropped a glitch-hop banger that will get you off your ass and dancing on your feet. This joint is HYPHY! Do not sleep on Ghasper.
Posted by jewcebox on November 9, 2016
Australia is the mecca of future bass and future trap producers. Its always been a breeding ground for needle-moving producers, and the name Sable has been circulating for a little bit of time now. From his pumping originals to his remix of Ed Sheeran, the Perth-based talent is versatile in the studio and his newest, “DOJO (Shadow),” is a perfect example. The track has a Mura Masa-tinge to it with an emphasis on drums and Eastern sounds, but Sable beefs it up and creates an impounding effect. Check it out for yourself above and snag the free download here.
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 6, 2016
Blink 182. What can you say that hasn’t already been said. A legendary pop-punk band that every angry teenager in middle school listened to. Their 1999 “What’s My Age” again hit was the lead single off their famed “Enema of the State” album. and became one of the biggest hits of the late 90’s. FreshNewTracks.com favorite resurrects the 90’s hit, remixing “What’s My Age Again” into a massive future bass cut that will have you hitting play for weeks to come. Building on the success of his recent “Overthinking” single featuring Aviella (which we love) Razz continues to make a name for himself in the blog space with pithy remixes and quality originals.
Make sure you grab it for free download below.