Electro-House, Videos | Lektrique Is The Chosen One In New “Shred” Music Video

Posted by on April 20, 2017

Often times producers don’t just have the talent of making music. They often have hobbies on the side and for Lektrique, his is skateboarding. Followers of his social media are familiar with his aptitude for tearing up the street with his gnarly moves; if you don’t follow him, you should. Not only should you for his fine tricks, but for his music. Although there are no tricks in his new video for the single “Shred,” we get a nice little story to augment the ferocious electro original. Complete with a cameo from Black Tiger Sex Machine of Kannibalen Records, this is nothing more than a playful expansion to an already fun project. Enjoy the video and head over to iTunes or whatever store you prefer for a copy.

Lektrique – Shred: Download/Stream

House | LGATP Starts Back From Scratch & Releases “Give You Life”

Posted by on April 18, 2017

After releasing their critically acclaimed debut LP in native Italy, Late Guest at the Party moved to NYC in 2013 to work with producer Caleb Shreve (Phantogram, Tegan & Sara). In 2014 they released their sophomore LP Repeater with Shreve on vocals.

A long, two and a half year journey has brought LGATP to this point. Left without a vocalist, they had to restart from scratch. This was also a big opportunity; a way to explore new territories in music and composition. “Give You a Life” is the result of a new sound and musical direction, and the first of many singles set to be released in the coming months. “Give You a Life” features vocals and lyrics by Beth Hansen of C’Mere. To her, the song is about “the best intention you could have. You meet someone and express your freedom and enjoyment and want to share it with them; you want to give them a piece of your life. Sometimes this doesn’t work out. You enjoy the person, but that part of your life isn’t what they need.”

House, Techno | Will Vance’s “Slow Drive” Goes Deeper Than Imagined, Shares Exclusive Interview

Posted by on March 10, 2017

Portland, Orgeon native Will Vance is on a roll lately with his recent creation of his EP for 2017 entitled Days Go By already making an impact with his first self titled release “Days Go By.” Will has gained the attention of many listeners, incorporating soothing atmospheric sounds with the smooth and creamy synth design that we’ve come to love. Will Vance is here to premiere his third track off of his EP entitled “Slow Drive.” Appropriately labeled, the tracks progression is nothing less than euphoric with his use of airy angelic vocal samples down to his rhythmic hi-hat patterns, this track is a perfect drive along song with it’s chilled out string leads and thumping drums, this producer is on his way to a successful start to 2017. “Slow Drive” is released out on Thnk Tnk Records a relatively diverse record label that pulls in styles from all genres, which gives Will the advantage of truly diving into his craft without having to be isolated to a specific sound.

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Home, Progressive House | Corey James’ ‘With You’ on Size Records

Posted by on March 10, 2017

UK-based DJ/producer is viewed as a future headliner by many in the music industry. To date, his achievements include releases on Armada, NoFace, Protocol, Flamingo and many more. He is also set to perform at Ministry Of Sound, Summerburst Festival and Creamfields for 2017 too. Now, on March 10th, the talent is releasing ‘With You’ via Steve Angello’s ‘Size Reocrds’ imprint. A track which is built upon a progressive yet powerful vibe, which comes from a thumping bassline, fresh hi-hats and imposing synth patters. This release also marks a career debut release for Santez who also worked on the track with Corey James too.

House, Techno | Fairchild’s “Titan” EP Most On Point Akrade Release This Year Thus Far

Posted by on March 5, 2017

Fairchild burst onto the scene two years ago with his hit single “I Just Want You” that almost broke the million play mark on Soundcloud. Having been producing for quite a while now FairChild gives us a two track EP with songs “Titan” and “Remnant.” The eerie house beats are the perfect combination of dark and progressive grooves that make for stellar club tracks. It’s tough to find artists that truly put their emotions into the music and with these two releases FairChild did just that.

Music can elicit all kinds of emotions. In Fairchild’s case, icy soundscapes bristling with trance synths and house rhythms evoke feelings of both unease and euphoria often within the same space. It’s this sort of cinematic unpredictability that defines the classically trained anonymous producer who’s bringing a film score sensibility to the dance floor. Releasing two new tracks for Arkade Records, “Titan” & “Remnants” and both in the seven-minute range, he sets a journey in motion propelled by sonic futurism and timeless musical architecture. A man of few words and a distant obscured binary image, he’s just started the Progressions Mix series on Soundcloud & recently released the Evergreen EP via NuIdeals. Listeners can take a step deeper into his world with “Titan” & “Remnants” now.

Electro-House, House | Sullivan King & Nightowls Bring The Heavy Heat With “We In Here”

Posted by on March 2, 2017

I’m going to have to preface this post because this song is not for the faint of heart. Who knew you could bring electro and metal together like this? I certainly didn’t, but I’m glad Sullivan King and Nightowls got together to make “We In Here” with vocalist Dan Rudd. Bass house has been a sound that many producers are leaning towards and this one certainly shares similarities, but they give it an even harder, darker edge that makes for the perfect party record. “We In Here” is just what the upcoming festival season needs. It’s something fresh and new that will blow fans away. Leave it to Kannibalen Records to put out the next level work.

Sullivan King x Nightowls – We In Here feat. Dan Rudd: Free Download

Deep House, House, Pop | Stanford’s Taylor Grey Brings Pop & House Together With New Single

Posted by on March 2, 2017

There’s one girl in particular on the scene that’s got a ton of potential. Taylor Grey, a Stanford student, is blending pop with electronic music, a move that may bring her to the top of the music industry. She recently released a single by the name of “Never Woulda Letcha” that is accompanied by a superb music video. Directed by the MTV award winning Sarah McClogan, the music video also features the Unbroken actor Sean O’Donnell who stars alongside Taylor. We’re sure you’ll love the smooth house sound and the video is extremely well done. Check it out and get a copy of the track if you’re enjoying the poppy vibes.

Taylor Grey – Never Woulda Letcha: Purchase on iTunes