Electronic, House | Justin Caruso Remixed Oliver Heldens’ “Fire In My Soul,” And It’s A Dance Smash

Posted by on December 24, 2018

Justin Caruso has been on fire lately, and just recently blessed us with a new remix. This one, a remix for Oliver Heldens’ “Fire In My Soul” will get you dancing in no time. A fresh update from the original, Justin’s spin gives it a true dance feeling, and a track to play at all of your holiday festivities.

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Deep House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Pump Up The Jam With New Remix

Posted by on December 12, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy dropped off an early Christmas present to fans by way of their take on yet another classic record. This time around they took on the 1989 Technotronic hit “Pump Up The Jam” and turned it into a club-ready house gem. Just as the song says, this one will get your booty on the floor as you will be overcome with the urge to dance. Birthdayy Partyy show yet again why they are an act you need to keep your eyes and ears closely on. With all the end of the year lists and artist to look out for next year, make sure Birthdayy Partyy is on your radar.

Progressive House | Steve Void collaborates with Andy Marsh for ‘Closure’

Posted by on December 12, 2018

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Coming off the release of ‘Paranoid’ featuring Anna Yvette, Dutch DJ/producer, and label boss Steve Void presents ‘Closure’ featuring Andy Marsh, marking the 100th release on his label Strange Fruits. Uplifting, and powerful, Steve’s latest is his most vulnerable yet, and could very well be his biggest. We hope he finds the closure he’s looking for, stream his latest on Spotify, and check out the launch of his newly syndicated Strange Fruits radio show.


House | Will Champlin Serves Up Smooth House Feel With “Picasso In My Pocket”

Posted by on December 7, 2018

Will Champlin’s latest, “Picasso In My Pocket,” boasts soaring vocals, passionate lyricism, and driving rhythms. Through lyrically melancholic means, Champlin tells of a tragic conversation between potential lovers revealing one is facing a terminal illness, the release is balanced out by uplifting production. Though heart-wrenching, the track’s inspirational production carries the heaviness to a safe and beautiful place.

Will Champlin is a Los Angeles native who was born into a family of musicians and eventually attended the Berklee College of Music, seeking a career in the industry with wild success. Aside from placing third on the fifth season of The Voice, Champlin has played piano on Michael Jackson’s last record, co-wrote One Direction’s “Wolves,” and his work on Heather Headley’s “Audience of One” earned him two Grammys.

House | FNT Premiere: Jimmy Right Now Releases Spiritual House Original “All Who Do Not Wander Are Lost”

Posted by on December 3, 2018

Jimmy Right Now takes listeners on a journey through the deeper side of EDM with his EP, All Who Do Not Wander Are Lost. Through the use of ethereal beats, rich basslines, decadent guitar work, and haunting falsettos, the artist paints a sonic landscape of never-ending discovery. Spanning across genres such as house, deep house, techno, IDM, and more, this five-track release is sure to entice fans of either.

The London-based producer, Jimmy Deer, began his career with the Chicago downtempo/trip-hop group, The Baldwin Brothers, finding himself deeper in the city’s music scene. Since then, the artist has loaned his production skills to the realm of film and television, as with Knock Knock and The 60 Yard Line. Going under the moniker Jimmy Right Now on his new imprint, Subcutaneous Records, he asserts himself as a vocalist, producer, and DJ in his own right.

Bass, House | Birthdayy Partyy Kick It Old School With “Rewind”

Posted by on November 26, 2018

There’s a reason you keep seeing Birthdayy Partyy pop up so often on the site. They keep coming with the heat! They’ve done it again with their latest original called “Rewind” that’s been released as a free download, as well as through services like Spotify. This deep, bassy gem is the most clubby records from the brothers, further showing what genres they can successfully take on. “Rewind” is a catchy one, so be careful. Instead of rewinding, you just might have this one on repeat straight.

House | Spiritually-Tinged House Artist Ganesha Cartel Drops “Dirty Demo” EP

Posted by on November 16, 2018

Ganesha Cartel’s latest release capitalizes on the nostalgic feel of breaks, featuring funky rhythms, scratching, and hard-hitting basslines. The pairing of male vocals with a sweet sounding angelic feminine voice contributes to the duality of light and dark. Dirty Demo EP nails the space between past and present, actively displaying a fresh take on the sound of the late 90’s.

Ganesha Cartel began his career as a DJ over a decade ago, working predominantly with disco house and funky breaks. Having previously operated under the alias, OM Daddy, the artist reached the upper echelon of several Billboard charts for a number of different genres. While independently releasing dozens of tracks this past year, Ganesha has still made a point to travel the world to teach Kundalini Yoga and help countless individuals overcome their life struggles.