House | Dim Mak welcomes Ekonovah with debut house original “Wait A Minute”

Posted by on March 20, 2019

Newcomer Ekonovah is a name you’re going to want to start following. “Wait a Minute” released today on Aoki’s legendary EDM label Dim Mak has that unique, addicting buildup and rhythm that stands out in a sea of recent similar sounding bass-house tracks. Take three minutes and give this a listen then grab the free download.

Wait A Minute was so fun to write. I made it pretty fast, in only 3 sessions or so. I became really inspired by the idea of oscillating back and forth from this grandiose reverb to a dry, dampened sound which I’ve since been implementing in a lot of my tracks. Once I found those horn hits which occur before the second drop and outro, that’s when the full idea really solidified into a cohesive track. Suddenly, it had this fun ‘x-factor’ that crowds respond to really well during my sets!”

House | BLU J release groovy new original “Don’t Look”

Posted by on March 16, 2019

BLU J are showing that they’re back and better than ever in 2019. After releasing their collab with Shdws a few weeks ago, the duo is back with “Don’t Look”. The song is their first solo release of 2019, already equaling their output from last year. Groovy basslines and slapping percussion highlight this dancefloor heater and hopefully they have more up their sleeve. Check it out above and pick up your copy here via ALT:Vision Records.

House | Autograf find their groove on “Hold Me Back” ft. John Splithoff

Posted by on March 16, 2019

I’ve been listening to Autograf for years. They first caught my attention with “Dream” when it came out 4 years ago. Now the group has released their new single “Hold Me Back” ft. John Splithoff and I couldn’t be happier.

The song features the groovy basslines and brilliant synth work that Autograf have made their name on. John Splithoff delivers a magnificent performance to round out the composition and create a true hit. Autograf also announced their first EP in 3 years ealier this week so be on the look out for that. Until then listen to “Hold Me Back” above and pick up your copy here via ALT:Vision Records.

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House | BLU J return from extended hiatus with “Faded” ft. Shdws

Posted by on February 19, 2019

It’s been a hot minute since we’ve heard anything from BLU J, but they’re back and we couldn’t be more excited. Their return sees them team up with Shdws to get back to their house roots. ‘Faded’ is an absolute banger of a track with some perfectly place Kendrick Lamar samples placed in to make sure this gets the dance floor rowdy. Check it out above and grab your free download here.

Electro, Electro-House | Wolfgang Gartner releases first single of 2019 “Ectoplasm”

Posted by on February 19, 2019

All fans of electronic music should know who Wolfgang Gartner is. He’s a legend in the scene and recently has been releasing some very high quality music. With his first offering of 2019 he drops a massive tune titled Ectoplasm. The song starts with Wolfgang’s classic electro house sound before switching into an absolutely massive third drop that will leave your jaw on the floor. Give it a listen above and pick up your copy via ALT:Vision Records here.

Electro-House, House, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy & Goodsex Celebrate V-Day With Jeremih Remix

Posted by on February 14, 2019

Chicago collaborators Birthdayy Partyy and Goodsex have joined forces to celebrate Valentine’s Day with an epic remix. Everyone remembers the 2009 classic from Jeremih “Birthday Sex” and given the title and the collaborators names, well, it was just meant to be. Together they boosted the hip-hop single into a bass house hit that I can only imagine will ravage festival season this year. Not only did they drop this to celebrate, but it’s been released as a free download, their gift to you!

House | Young Franco delivers a groovy remix of Charli XCX & Troye Sivan’s “1999”

Posted by on January 25, 2019


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Australian talent Young Franco put his talents to work on Charli XCX and Troye Sivan’s hit “1999” and we couldn’t be happier. He turned the smash pop hit into a groovy house jam that I’ve got on repeat. You should keep your eyes on this budding talent as 2019 is sure to be a big year for him.