Posted by VMan on September 29, 2015
The South African producer Haezer is known for his vicious beats that walk the line between electro and techno. His latest track through Kannibalen Records, “Machine,” is no exception, although this time he brings a little extra bass to the mix. Haezer packs a whole lot of attitude in this underground record that I could easily see being played at some Euro-trash warehouse rave. It’s a little different from what we usually hear from Kannibalen, but that’s probably why Haezer is their most recent signee. Look for him to make some more noise through the end of the year, with next year shaping up to be a big one for him.
Purchase on iTunes: Haezer – Machine
Posted by VMan on September 22, 2015
Black Tiger Sex Machine and Dabin have collaborated before, however they’ve come a long way since “Jack Dat Body.” Both are now touring the United States, with BTSM soon to help kick off The Gathering at TomorrowWorld this Thursday. Surely, festival goers will be hearing “BREAK” during the set. The collaboration is yet another astonishing record that has been added to the Kannibalen Records catalog. With this single, the acts bring a destructive electro production to the table that starts off with an emotionally alluring introduction that Dabin shreds some guitar on. I can’t think of any record that sounds like this one, so props to these guys for making something special. Lastly, the Mad Max inspired artwork is bad ass!
Purchase on iTunes: Black Tiger Sex Machine x Dabin – BREAK
Posted by VMan on September 21, 2015
If you’re a fan of mashup packs and electro-house, this is the perfect sound for you. Marat Leons, known for collaberating with likes of of Gazzo and others, has put together a preview of what the mashup pack entials, which is available to download for free here.
Mashups are a bit old school, but the construction of these mashups are a nice work.
Posted by VMan on September 14, 2015
A lot of producers are making similar sounding music as of late but Fight Night is going out of there way to craft a sound true to themselves, without any limits or hesitations. If you haven’t already heard the guys debut single “Call Me Back” check it out here, after that be sure to scope out their new single “Follow Through” below now – don’t forget to pick up your free copy of the track while you’re at it!
Posted by VMan on September 10, 2015
Chicago’s TREH released a sweet mash up of two festival favorites, Diplo’s “Express Yourself” and Jack U’s “Take U There”. Intertwining them in a way that is super chill with more dramatic basslines. Super smooth production makes this mash up happen seamlessly, like these songs were meant to go together all along. Pick up your copy today and be sure to give him a follow on SoundCloud.
Posted by jewcebox on August 31, 2015
Melbourne bounce has become a genre that only a few artists have perfected. Of the top tier, Deorro, Will Sparks, Joel Fletcher, and a few others continually pump out infectious festival anthems. Will Sparks has continually proven his skill and changes up his style to really show how versatile the genre can be. His newest single, “Sick Like That,” is a quintessential track that you can imagine Sparks dropping at festivals all over the world. Packed with a spring-loaded punch, this one will have you feeling like its festival season all the way into fall. You can grab your copy below via Ultra Music.
Posted by VMan on August 19, 2015
After premiering their explosive Futuristic Thriller mix here with us at Fresh New Tracks, Black Tiger Sex Machine are back with their first remix. The masked Canadians took on “Sleep Now In The Fire,” the 1999 Rage Against The Machine single off The Battle of Los Angeles album. I don’t think the tigers could have picked a more appropriate song to remix, as the style and attitude fits right in line with what BTSM have been doing. With more soft styles at the forefront, Black Tiger Sex Machine have kept at pushing their hard electro style, which this remix embodies wholeheartedly. They’re on a surge to the top, and they aren’t going to stop until their rage revolution has taken over the game.