Chill, Cover | Wilsonn Drops New Vocal Mixtape

Posted by on July 18, 2017

This is Wilsonn’s second project in the past year, both of which feature fresh new takes on some of Electronic music’s biggest hits of the past couple years. On his new Idiocentric Mixtape he laces 6 songs with his lush vocal stylings, re-imagining them into his own unique sound realm. The outro is his edit of “Touched,” first created by fellow AUS native, What So Not (Emoh Instead), but Wilsonn’s vox help the track soar to the next level. Really great project from front to back, give it a spin now above.

Chill | Varun Creates Uplifting Remix Of Martin Garrix’s “There For You”

Posted by on July 17, 2017

Capitalizing on the success of his 1.8 million plays and counting “Paint The Sky” collaboration with AVE & EFX and LA James, Varun continues to expand his repertoire from progressive house to subtler, more melodic music. With his latest remix of Martin Garrix’s “There For You”, Varun crafts an ultra-crisp and clear future bass version of the original. Expanding on the qualities of “Paint The Sky”, Varun moves from the beautifully sung hook to a blazing combination of altered vocal samples and electrifying synths with the greatest of ease. Varun’s deft production skills will make him an in-demand remixer for many years to come.

House | Teddy Rose & Corrupt Drops 3lau-Approved Remix Of “On My Mind”

Posted by on July 14, 2017

San Diego-based Teddy Rose has a growing audience thanks to his signature remixes and pitch-perfect originals. Drawing on house music roots, Rose’s distinct style also mixes throwback elements and pop-punk zest. Ohio-based Corrupt is an emerging midwest talent who caught the ears of the industry with his latest single “My Type”. On their recent collaborative remix of 3LAU’s “On My Mind”, the two producers combine their formidable talents to craft a memorable re-imagining of 3LAU’s original. By using different build ups, breakdowns, and textures throughout, Corrupt and Teddy make this remix a high-energy, dance floor sureshot.

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House | Marsal Ventura launches the party with “Linda”

Posted by on July 13, 2017

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Marsal Ventura has us dancing like we’re vacationing in Spain, eating tapas, and drinking rose, with his latest “Linda,” a fun Summer house track with an old time Spanish sample. Kungs’ “This Girl” was a hit last year, could “Linda” be this Summer’s hit house record? Now all we need is the support from David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, and we should be set! This is a must listen!

 

Techno | Eric David Releases House-Laced ‘Whip It’ EP

Posted by on July 12, 2017

THNK TNK Records label head Eric David has a lifelong love of music dating back to his childhood. This enduring passion is evident on his latest EP Whip It, a memorable display of his diverse musical knowledge and skills. From the impressive guitar solo and sultry vocals on the Latin-inspired “Sexy Love” to the understated yet powerful bass swells and guitar strums on “Whip It”, David is in a league of his own. Rounding out this this standout effort is “Natural Queen”, a darker and more ominous track than the previous two. The song’s haunting vocal stabs bring the EP to a satisfying climax

Electro, Jersey Club | VenessaMichaels Brings Together Manga & EDM With New Song

Posted by on July 12, 2017

A ton of producers and industry 20-somethings are major fans of anime and manga. One producer who falls in the manga fan category is VenessaMichaels who had the privilege of partnering up with Viz Media on the creation of her new original. “After Hours” was inspired by the manga series of the same name. Venessa brings her usual jersey club flare to the mix, but I can’t help but to feel that this track is a bit different from her usual works. Despite that feeling, the track is just as dope as you’d expect. Check it out today and make sure to grab a copy off iTunes.

Hip-Hop, Indie | Ash Riser Goes All In With Massive Ghosts LP

Posted by on July 12, 2017

It’s not often you see seventeen singles on an LP from an independent artist. That didn’t matter to producer/emcee Ash Riser whose Ghosts album comes in deep with that many tracks. From start to finish, he doesn’t disappoint in the slightest. Ghosts provides variety and skill that is unmatched by most artists today. As you may imagine from the name and cover art, this project is steeped with dark tones and a certain savage edge to it that must be experienced. It’s not often you sit back and absorb a whole album, but do do so with this massive LP.