Posted by VMan on November 20, 2014
Here’s a great find that I’m excited to share with you guys! FAIRCHILD, a band that has been making quite some noise in the indie rock scene, and in their native country, Australia, sent over the bonus track off their EP Sadako, a progressive melodic mix of “Stay Young,” which is sure to resonate for a lot ya’ll, with a message of youth, and capturing the moment. If you like epic indie rock, and bands like Coldplay, or Two Door Cinema Club, than this is a must listen!
Posted by JT on November 18, 2014
Every once in a while, Spinnin’ Records surprises me and drops a track like ‘Control’ that reminds me why this label dominates the way it does. I don’t know Summer School but what he’s produced right here skillfully breaks the barrier between melodic progressive and mainstage house. The buildup preceding the break is aggressive, with bass so refined that when it cuts into the synth progression mid way you can feel your body vibrate. The drop is nothing less than energetic, and as the name of the track so cheekily points out, you are now under the control of the DJ. Kudos to Summer School – he’s a name that one should definitely keep their eyes on.
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Posted by VMan on November 14, 2014
This track is blowing up, and all you progressive house fans have something to gaga to, cause Gryffin absolutely murked his Maroon 5 “Animals” remix, layering the original with atmospheric melodic vibes that remind me of Giorgio Moroder’s Coldplay “Midnight” remix, with vibes coming from everywhere. Let this one sit in, I’m about to play it back on repeat, I hope they play this version on the radio, it’s straight flames. This is a must listen and a must download! Warning, get your shades on for this one when you hear it, cause shit’s about to get real cool!
Free Download: Maroon 5 – Animals (Gryffin Remix)
Posted by VMan on November 11, 2014
Gotta love organic finds, and DJ Panic City was in luck today, as he managed to get my attention while I forgot to log out of the FNT twitter account, and yes this remix of him, URFriends, and Miles Medina is marking the spot, and keeping me warm on this polar vortex eve, full of vibes, bass, retro-feels, and grooves. I’m glad I found this one, this is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by JT on November 11, 2014
When I first came across Avacado I knew I was on to something. Later he released Time & Time, which rapidly elevated to a top 10 on my iTunes. Now, Steve Brian, once again, has hit it home by utilizing his unique ability to blend funk, rising emotions, epic vocals, and feel-good vibes into a 90’s-meets-2014 smoothie. This German producer has pushed his limits and demonstrates a great rapport with vocalist Szen, extending new boundaries and setting the bar even higher for everyone who follows. Indeed, he’s worked with impressive talents, from Tiesto to James Horner (freakin’ Avatar), and continues to enjoy consistent deck support from Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond and Ferry Corsten. Is it trance? Is it house? Is it trouse? We don’t really care here at FNT; what matters is getting you through the very dark, narrow tunnel of sound, safely. Here’s Moringa, our latest beacon of light to guide you forward.
Posted by JT on November 10, 2014
Last week, Robin Hagglund took us on a walk down memory lane with “Flashback” and today he’s taking us on an interstellar rollercoaster ride with “Gravity.” Grounding us with his take on this originally big-room banger, Robin Hagglund steps it up with this phenomenally syncopated tune; the energy isn’t lost, only relocated. It is a crime to give this many eargasms in one sitting.
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Posted by JT on November 6, 2014
Yes. Yes. Oh Yes. Blood Groove & Kikis have done it again. Due for release on Pineapple Digital on November 24, 2014, the duo captivate their audience with a musical journey that is nothing less than profound. Enjoying coverage in the past from Above & Beyond, Armin Van Buuren, Jaytech, Myon & Shane 54, Matt Darey, and Richard Durand, among many others, Blood Groove & Kikis demonstrate with their latest, “Silver Sand,” that a spiritual awakening in the dance music scene is right around the corner. With a sound this divine, one can barely fathom the limits of atomistic society; yes, “Silver Sands” tells us to wake up, spread our arms wide, and be free from the stresses of our daily lives. Grab a friend, plug this into your stereo, and drive.