House | Start Your Summer Right With Toito’s “Fool”

Posted by on June 22, 2016

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New release from Toito and the Tipsy Tortoise sets the tone of summer off right. A memorable guitar riff combined with R&B influenced vocals makes “Fool” a surefire hit of the summer. Taking one from the playbook of artists the likes of Robin Schulz and Lost Frequencies, Toito’s “Fool” is catchy and easy listening at its finest. Earning a nod of approval from the curators at Tipsy Records, expect to hear this one played out all summer long.

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Remix | Aiden Jude & Melissa Ramsay – Higher (Disco Killerz Remix)

Posted by on June 22, 2016

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Hailing from New York, Disco Killerz have been busy cooking up some solid tunes putting out massive collaborations, originals, and remixes. Recently, they bless us with pure magic with their remix of Aiden Jude & Melissa Ramsay’s “Higher. The duo introduced angelic vocals with a serene atmosphere accompanied by a bouncing rhythmic melody. Building into the chorus, Disco Killerz masterfully heighten the energy into an upbeat groove. The duo’s competence in production is clear in this track, shown by strategically edited vocal bits, crisp dynamics, and a clean mix overall. Enjoy.

Bass | ScHoolboy Q & Kanye Meet Slip & Slurs On “THAT PART”

Posted by on June 22, 2016


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Meet Slips & Slurs, one of the artist behind the viral release on Monstercat, “WiFi Tears”, co­produced by Mihka!. He’s back with “THat Part” by ScHoolboy Q ft. Kanye West. The release shows his versatility as an artist, combining the original track’s dark beat with his aggressive trap flare. Slips & Slurs is currently working on an EP with release date that has yet to be determined, however if this track is any indication of things to come, then we will gladly wait patiently.

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Chill, House | Kav Verhouzer Collaborates With Palm Trees For “In My Arms”

Posted by on June 21, 2016

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I want to live in Kav’s world, anytime I hear a sound of his, it’s all sunshine and daisies, or if it’s a shot or a clip of him, he always has a smile on his face, we should all take note. His latest “In My Arms” a collaboration with Dutch duo Palm Trees, has retro feel good written all over it, and gives room for live instrumentation, cue saxophone. It’s about 90 Degrees where I’m at, and I know there’s a heat wave hitting the planet, so get your shades on, throw a bikini on, and imagine yourself in a Coca Cola commercial, this is what I hear from this ditty. Happy tuesday, this is a must listen!

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Videos | Gryffin Unveils Beautiful Acoustic Rendition of “Heading Home”

Posted by on June 21, 2016

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One of the biggest knocks against electronic music has always been the lack of live instruments, but many artists, like Gryffin, are bucking the trend and proving that electronic music may be composed on a computer, but it still requires a high degree of musical talent. Since he released his debut original, “Heading Home,” earlier this year, Gryffin has been touring the world and showcasing his live show, which features the artist playing guitar, synths, drum pads, and singing at various points, further cementing his reputation as a talented musician. Now, Gryffin has unveiled the official acoustic version of “Heading Home” with Josef Salvat, and we can’t stop listening. Gryffin lays down a bed of beautiful, soaring piano chords that are perfectly complemented by Josef Salvat’s soulful croons for an emotional 3 minute video.

Interviews | Hairitage Talk House, Dreams, & More In First-Ever Interview

Posted by on June 21, 2016

Hairitage has been making boss moves lately. He’s landed tracks on Ultra Records, CR2 Records, XXL Audiophile, and many more. Yet, he’s somewhat unknown even though his house jams are on point. Hairitage sat down with us for his first interview where we go deep, read more below.

Who are your biggest house influences that have helped you find your style?
Aaron: Listening to Tchami, some newer Vato Gonzalez, Flume, Friend Within, and some older Chainsmokers tracks were probably my biggest influences for ideas and how I wanted to make this particular song sound.

Who would you love to work with?
Aaron: I’d love to work with anyone mentioned above, Illenium, NGHTMRE, Yntendo, Jauz, Tom Budin, or Loge21. Any of them would pretty much be life made!

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Bass, House | Bricks Breaks New Ground With First Release “Get Down”

Posted by on June 21, 2016

LA based Bricks is starting fresh.”Get Down” is his first release, showcasing a unique balance of electronic music elements that are new as well as familiar aesthetics layered. My favorite part of the experience is the light horn melody. Before you know it, the Diplo-style vocal sample takes over and the drop hits.

The style is different, kind of like a chill bass house with trap-like elements, hard to pinpoint exactly, but a unique feeling is delivered.

Rumor has it Bricks has many more tracks under his belt and will be release some soon. Keep your eye out for him as we get deeper in 2016.