Electro-House | Enjoy Will Sparks & Luciana’s “Stay Up Till The Mornin'”

Posted by on July 22, 2016

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Australia’s Will Sparks continues to dominate, and he is showing no signs of slowing down as the King of Bounce. He kicked off summer on a high note with “My Time” featuring Alex Jones, and since its release, it’s accumulated just under 300,000 plays on soundcloud alone. Will Sparks maintains his momentum with “Stay Up Till The Morning'” featuring Luciana, and this song coincides with his busy European Tour which includes stops in England, Ibiza, Estonia, Austria, Finland, Ireland, and abroad. On this new track, Will Sparks stays true to his signature sound, offering a larger-than-life vibe paired with driving house rhythms, Luciana’s catchy vocals and more. Enjoy! Buy it on Beatport if you haven’t already.

Interviews | Meet One Of LA’s Hottest Progressive House DJs: Varun

Posted by on July 22, 2016

Varun is one of LA’s quickest rising progressive house artists. If you are thinking this is Above and Beyond, think again. This dude goes hard and his releases speak for themselves, delivering heavy-hitting tracks with strong melodies. We go to dive into Varun’s life as a DJ/producer in our up-close and exclusive interview with Varun.

Where do you think the direction of progressive house is heading?

Varun: It’s tough to say. I love Progressive House but the scene is definitely changing. There are a lot of new styles of music that are coming out and people are loving it. The biggest shift I’ve seen are these more percussive and noise driven drops (almost seeming a bit random at times). Some of it is a bit much for me but some of it is executed pretty damn well.

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Albums | Gerry Gonza & Ania Iwinska release club heavy “Let Me Dip” out now on Homerun House

Posted by on July 22, 2016

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Gerry Gonza and Ania Iwinska teamed up recently to create and release a brand new hot, club heavy tune aptly named “Let Me Dip.” Gerry’s sound design is quite evident in this release if you’ve ever listened to any of Thee Cool Cats music before. The vocal sample “let me dip” flows over the synths to create a sort of a trance that will leave you dancing all night. Overall this is a very tight production and great look for the new LA & Paris based house music label Homerun House.

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Electronic | Producer Tim Suby releases smooth debut original “k goodnight” feat. Jessie Reyez

Posted by on July 22, 2016

Tim Suby’s debut original “k goodnight” will undoubtedly have you feeling the groove within seconds of hitting play. This future based pop tune entails a spunky, tropical beat that is perfect for those sunny summer days. Tim Suby’s production matched with Jessie’s vocals layered together create a wonderfully soothing combo. Looking forward to more of Tim’s future releases. Make sure to check it out if you need a happy boost today, and the best part is it’s available for free download!

Electronic | DEMUR Strikes Again With Controversy, Releases New Song

Posted by on July 21, 2016

DEMUR is climbing the ranks in American dance music. Based out of LA, the propaganda-themed artist who isn’t particularly open about his identity, has shared a handful of graphic art pieces, as well as songs, that clearly call out elements that occur in the industry that he isn’t pleased with.

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News | SLANDER & NGHTMRE ARE HERE TO SPREAD GUD VIBRATIONS ON THEIR MASSIVE TOUR

Posted by on July 20, 2016

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Last year, producers Slander and NGHTMRE released the explosive “Nuclear Bonds” EP on Mad Decent featuring hit single “Gud Vibrations”. The release became a massive hit with audiences around the globe with its bouncy, synth-heavy bassline and support running the gamut from Jack U to Zeds Dead.Now Slander & NGHTMRE have announced the “Gud Vibrations” bus tour, which will span 30+ stops from November 10th to December 23rd this winter.

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House | Felix Jaehn Sticks to His Guns On “Bonfire” ft. ALMA

Posted by on July 20, 2016

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These days, up-and-coming artists are prevalent around the world, but there are few that are able to truly break-through. Germany’s Felix Jaehn is definitely one of the more recent artists to do so with his famed “Cheerleader” remix, and he’s reaping the benefits of a global hit with a hectic touring schedule and coveted collaborations, like “Can’t Go Home” with Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert. In between dates at Ushuaïa Ibiza and several others across Europe, Felix brings us “Bonfire” featuring ALMA, an attitude-filled song that stays true to Felix’s artistic intentions of never compromising. It’s already racking up millions of plays so hear what it’s all about.