Posted by VMan on July 7, 2016
Pool Cosby come hot out of Brooklyn and they’re a little bit of everything. From hip-hop to electronic to pop, the full band is refreshing your airways with a new way of both producing music to performing. With everything from a violin to a drum sampler, the guys are doing something unique. They just dropped a new single Lookin Up’ and its quite the refreshing joint. Just give it a spin.
Posted by jewcebox on July 6, 2016
If you haven’t heard of him yet, you’re definitely about to. LA-based songwriter/producer Cade has recently released his new single “Care” off of his forthcoming debut EP, and it’s a good one.
Coming from the swamplands of Tampa, Florida, Cade recently moved to bustling city of Los Angeles to pursue the next big steps in his career. His roommate and close friend Trevor Dahl of Cheat Codes is joining him on this journey, giving Cade a slight helping hand in his debut EP, which is sure to amount to something special if his first single “Care” is any indication. The track opens with percolating beats and high-pitched vocal cuts that evoke a mellow atmosphere, while the glossy synths and pining vocals keep the mood alive.
“‘Care’ is so cool to me because it mixes the emotion of R&B music with the dynamic elements of electronic dance music, creating a fresh sound that can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime.” – Cade
Take a listen to “Care” above or stream the track on Apple/Spotify here.
Posted by BIGLIFE on June 20, 2016
I was discovering tunes on this new platform, Fanburst, and there are some absolute jams on here. I ran into this new song, and it is absolutely summer hanging at its finest. I think this sounds like a modern jam band, with cool summer Brooklyn vibes. Songwriting is on point and I love the melodies!
Make sure to checkout his artist page for more amazing tunes: Aaron Taos profile.
Posted by VMan on June 1, 2016
The multi-talented Oliver Tree has just emerged with a brand new track “Soulmother, I Love You” featuring Getter. The Santa Cruz native is a producer, singer/songwriter, and rapper, making his music multi-faceted and highly original.
“Soulmother” boasts ghostly, undulating vocals, subdued synth hits and and Flume-esque production. The eerie atmosphere is complemented by head-bob inducing melodies and steady percussion.
This is the second time Getter and Oliver Tree have worked together on a release, the first of which being Getter’s recent track “Forget It” featuring Oliver on vocals. Check it out here and grab a free download of the track here.
Electro-House, Electronic, Indie, Mainstream Remix | Electronic, Remix |Wheathin Drops Festival Ready Remix of Elohim’s “Sensations”
Posted by VMan on May 17, 2016
If you’re not a fan of Wheathin already, allow me to convert you. Remember the Elohim track “Sensations” that dropped about a month ago? Well he just released a remix of it, and it’s even catchier than the original.
He leaves the verse relatively untouched, allowing Elohim’s vocals to carry you through the musical backdrop. With rhythmic hand claps and an epic synth-laden drop, this track is both chilled and dance-worthy. The 17-year-old producer has been crafting an impressive array of tracks lately, including remixes of Louis The Child, Ty Dolla $ign, and a collaborative remix with Next Wave artist Bearson.
It seems his forte is taking unexpected indie and pop tracks and painting them with his metaphoric electronic brush. On this one, he turns Elohim’s mysterious and sensual release and turns it into a huge, festival ready banger. Check out the rest of his music on SoundCloud and grab a limited free download while you can.
Posted by jewcebox on May 10, 2016
Gryffin has been the mastermind behind some of the year’s best remixes, including his take on Troye Sivan’s “Youth” and CHVRHCES’ “Clearest Blue,” but with summer fast approaching, he’s joined forces with Manila Killa on a stunning take of Jack Garratt’s “Surprise Yourself” that we’ll be bumping for the rest of the year. This remix is signature Gryffin infused with trademark Manila Killa, as Jack Garratt’s infectious croons are bolstered by soaring synth arpeggios and a bumping bassline. Check it out above and keep an eye out for more Gryffin and Manila Killa coming in the future.
Posted by jewcebox on April 26, 2016
There’s no denying that we’re huge fans of Gryffin over here at Fresh New Tracks. The talented multi-instrumentalist not only pushes the boundaries of dance music with his forward-thinking brand of house, but he’s also managed to find a sound that appeals to his dance fans, while still maintaining enough mainstream appeal to crossover into pop. His latest effort, a remix of CHVRCHES’ “Clearest Blue,” is an ode to his impressive production talent, as he takes on the Scottish indietronica band’s biggest hit, and infuses it with his signature melodic house style with soaring guitar riffs, a big bass line, and pulsing synths.