Posted by VMan on November 23, 2015
Fient has been on my radar for sometime now. Each release contains intensity and an instrumental story thats easy to get into. Fall Away EP contains these elements and then some.
The EP is a total of 4 tracks, the first three being drum and bass, and the last one; a surprise progressive house tune that very much fits the overall feeling of the EP. The mixing and mastering on this EP is particularly impressive as well. The DnB is a powerful and full sound, yet it doesn’t sound cluttered at all.
It’s certain Fient wont stop here, check out his new EP and connect with him above.
Posted by VMan on November 23, 2015
It’s hard to listen to a Kaskade release and not envision a hell of a light show, which granted it’s Monday, let’s take things slowly, but screw it, let’s get that blood pumping early! Kaskade remixes Thomas Sagstad’s “Burned” featuring Wildo taking us to the clouds, but not without a mean hard hitting beat for some exhilarating turbulence! To be honest, 4 minute and 20 seconds is too short, let this track play on, it’s like sunlight on a cold NYC fall day! This is a must listen!
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 23, 2015
LA based Shoffy teams up with Australian newcomer Sondrio to make a dancefloor smash. Shoffy brings the RnB while Sondrio brings the classic house sounds, and together its this fine balance of groove meets dance. Make sure you grab the free download here : Free Download
Posted by VMan on November 21, 2015
Well it’s clearly time to get familiar with Casper & B. The upcoming production team released a new song last week featuring some of my favorite underground rappers currently on the market; Michael Christmas, Pell, Wonda & Maarlon. For their first official original record, “Sneak” bounces back and forth between being a hyper bouncy electronic track and a hip-hop banger. Meeting perfectly in the middle, this one’s a definite smash.
News | Hardwell Joins Armin Van Buuren As First DJs To Receive Action Figure Ahead of His Record-Breaking Mumbai Show
Posted by jewcebox on November 20, 2015
You know dance music has come a long way when some of the genre’s top artists are immortalized alongside some of music’s most legendary artists, like Elvis Presley, KISS, The Beatles, and Michael Jackson. Hardwell and Armin van Buuren are two of the biggest dance artists in the world, but they’re parlaying their success into mainstream appeal with their own personalized action figures. The “Off the Hook” collaborators become the first DJs to receive their own action figures, which you can get here. In addition, Hardwell is gearing up for the biggest show of his career in Mumbai on December 19th, when he will be playing a free show to 100,000 lucky fans who were able to register for a spot on the Dutch titan’s personal guest list. The 100,000 mark would be a new Guinness World Record for world’s biggest guest list – another accomplishment for the Revealed Recordings don – as he is celebrating the launch of his United We Are Foundation, which is looking to educate India’s impoverished youth. You can find more information on the World’s Biggest Guest List show and pledge to the cause here.
Posted by APM on November 20, 2015
We’ve been waiting a LONG time for some new original Kap Slap. Today, we can finally say he’s back. Teaming up with fellow producer and friend Gazzo, the track titled “Rewind” combines a lush progressive house chord progression, some beautiful vocals, and a vibe that will be spread across all dance floors when the track is officially released on December 4th. While two weeks may seem like a long time, this track is definitely worth the wait. See for yourself – check out the preview now!
Posted by VMan on November 20, 2015
It’s Friday, and no one’s going to rain on my parade, got that inner smile for days, ya’ll can’t touch me. With that said, Dave Edwards’ remix of “Worse Things Than Love” is what I’m listening to, and there’s nothing I’d love more, than to blast this on the speakers in the office, I feel like it’d break out into a dance party, and that’s what the world needs more of. Dave always brings the bounce to his track, if this man’s not getting hit up to produce pop records, labels and A&R’s are sleeping, this remix is a jam! It’s a must listen and go and give it a <3 on Hypem, stop playing!