Posted by VMan on February 22, 2017
Will Vance from Portland, Oregon gives us a taste of his refreshing EP out not on Think Tnk Records. Think Tnk Records is based in Denver, Colorado and releases a variety of genres from chill to rock to tech house. Will Vance attributes his impeccable taste in music to his introduction of folk music from a young age with its cheerful and vibrant melodies combined with reassuring vocals. Will Vance can be compared to the likes of Adam Beyer, Dusky, Yotto, and Hot Since 82 with his new release “Days Go By.” The single “Days Go By” begins with eccentric melodic pads that dive into a progressive styled drop with vocals that add just the right flavor to the track. Being a teaser off of his EP, this track raises the bar for what we can expect from the rest of the EP.
After being expelled from piano lessons at the age of 12, William Vance took the first steps down a musical career pathway. Learning guitar, piano, and synthesizers to computers, the years in-between then and now have somehow luckily turned that artful child into a talented electronic producer. Will states that his influences come from Dusky, Yotto, and Amtrac and its safe to say that he resembles them in this stylish new record. With his breakout Days Go By EP to release in early 2017, Will showcases his particular blend of progressive, deep, and atmospheric sounds. Bringing minutia and structure to the breaths between beats, the beauty truly is in the details. To check out his release on Think Tnk Records, peep the link above.
Posted by VMan on November 13, 2016
In today’s scene new hybrid subgenres are being created seemingly every day. Nonetheless, one producer in particular, Malarkey, strives to pique interest in new, future funk offering “Arcade Brain”
Just released on Tipsy Records, Arcade Brain is where funk influenced rhythms and future bass synths collide. This dynamic production reminds us that instrumental productions still have the ability to retain staying staying power despite the absence of vocals and traditional songwriting. We hope you enjoy this track as much as we do.
Posted by VMan on September 6, 2016
UK-based DJ/producers WILL K and Corey James, have a good habit of joining forces to conjure epic productions together. Their previous work has landed on the labels of Steve Angello, Nicky Romero, Kryder and Third Party. And now, on September 5th, they are set to unleash their anthemic ‘Let Me See You’ via Dannic’s ‘Fonk Recordings’ imprint. The track is built upon groovy beats, a powerful bass-line and a catchy vocal, which has taken Tomorrowland, Ibiza and BBC Radio 1 by storm!
Posted by VMan on August 30, 2016
12 year old Kai Song must be living the dream, having released his debut original “I Just Wanna Dance” on Ultra Records. It’s his skills behind the decks that put him in Vibe’s list of the top 30 under 30 to watch, and he now has his eyes set on establishing himself as a dance producer, much like his idols Tiesto, and Steve Aoki. Press play, and get in the groove, this balearic progressive house ditty will have you moving and singing a long in no time. This is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on August 26, 2016
Russian trio Swanky Tunes collaborate with Going Deeper to release visuals for their latest release “Till The End. ” Reminiscent of a poppier Major Lazer x DJ Snake “Lean On” sound, “Till The End” is an infectious ditty, paired up with a playful and charming music video, of young boys and girls battling each other with dance. If you haven’t heard this one yet, it’s a must listen, the world needs more music like this!
Posted by jewcebox on August 18, 2016
Miami resident Triarchy has made a name for himself over the years by being extremely prolific and crafting edits that have earned him the support of names such as: Avicii, The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, and even the legendary Swedish House Mafia to name a few. He has taken all he has learned throughout his successful years in the music industry to form a new sound, and his latest track “Why You Love Me” perfectly captures this energy. In this release, Triarchy layers soulful R&B-style vocals on top of a huge progressive house track. Look out for Triarchy as he continues this string of new releases and new sounds.
Posted by VMan on July 18, 2016
There’s not much that I thought the progressive house scene could give me. Those times sort of died down a couple years ago, around 2013-2015 – or so I thought. Chris Schambacher has injected some serious juice into “Axion – Of My Soul”. The single knocks the boots off the original and makes the atmosphere feel like a good time, instantly.
Chris Schambacher is making the rounds that everyone needs to make to rise in the ranks within dance music. This dude seems focused, has an eye for details, and should be on your “to watch” list.