Electronic | Kap Slap just dropped the song of the summer

Posted by on May 20, 2016

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Everyone needs to go thank Kap Slap right now because the man just dropped the tune you’ll have on repeat all through summer. “Felt This Good” is a ‘feel good’ track featuring M. Bronx on the vocals with a beautifully crafted piano based drop with electronic glitch elements sprinkled in. I’m so thrilled this is finally released because I’ve had this track stuck in my head ever since I first saw Kap drop this live at his show, then in his spring break mix, and finally when he released the preview late last week (so when you’re singing the hook throughout the day don’t say I didn’t warn you). “Felt This Good” is out now via Ultra Records so be sure to grab your copy now and give Kap Slap a <3 on HypeM here!

Hip-Hop | EaSWay – Shooting Sleeve (feat. Los) (Prod. by Tu Sofoke)

Posted by on May 20, 2016

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It’s definitely playoff season. Young and upcoming rapper EaSWay just dropped a new single titled “Shooting Sleeve” which boasts heavy bass and clever lines. The sounds will have you vibing, but definitely pay attention to the lyrical prowess this kid posses. Keep your eyes on EaSWay as he’s sure to be a key player in the LA rap game very soon.

Chill | Samuel Proffitt & Josh Jacobson Connect on “Andre”

Posted by on May 19, 2016

“Andre” by Samuel Proffitt & Josh Jacobson is a touching, heart-rending collaboration that came out a couple weeks back and has been on repeat ever since. The two relatively new musicians blend together calm and sad sounds to create a drawing and appealing new piece of music. Stream and download “Andre” below, shout out to Moving Castle for putting this track on my map!

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Electronic | Morgan Page gets remixed by Lash and the result is something you need to hear

Posted by on May 19, 2016

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Stop what you’re doing, plug in your headphones/speakers, and bump this. Morgan Page & Angelika Vee’s “Safe Till Tomorrow” just got the Lash treatment and the result incredible. The Dominican duo put their groovy deep-house vibe on the track to make it something that will get any dance floor popping. Lash have been busy this summer, releasing their remix to Lost Kings’ “You” on Spinnin’ as well as one for Hayley Kiyoko. We can’t wait to hear what they come up next! Check out Lash’s remix of “Safe Till Tomorrow” now!

House | “My Boo” Gets A 2016 Revamp From Majestic & That Guy

Posted by on May 19, 2016

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“My Boo” is back on the charts with the “running man” craze, and I’m not going to lie, that running man dance move is mad fun to do, so I’m with it. UK tastemaker DJ/producer/MC Majestic links up with producer That Guy to revamp the house anthem, and it’s one for the repeat button. Feel good house meets classic R&B, this one has it all, press play, it’s a must listen!

Mix | [FNT Exclusive] Champagne Drip Delivers High Energy Mix Ahead of Mysteryland Debut

Posted by on May 19, 2016

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Since its inception, Mysteryland USA has always touted the underground, using its massive reputation and reach to introduce the world to many of dance music’s most talented up-and-comers. This year, the Bethel Woods-based festival has, once again, enlisted the fast risers on their lineup for their Emerging Artists mix series, and we’ve got the exclusive on a mix from Champagne Drip, who is known for his self-dubbed brand of “DripHop.” The hour-long mix deftly moves between some of the biggest future bass tracks of the year with some heavy hints of trap and even tropical house. Tracks like What So Not’s remix of “Innerbloom,” Wave Racer’s remix of “Never Be Like You,” and a few Champagne Dip IDs make this the perfect pregame mix for your Thursday night.

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Electronic | Ampro & Kayboku remix “Crashland” by Rachel By The Stream vs Men Imitating Machines

Posted by on May 19, 2016

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Two Australian groups, Rachel By The Stream and Men Imitating Machines, recently teamed up for a track called “Crashland”, creating some playful, electro dance-pop sounds. While the original was great on its own, the remixes breathe new life into the song. Ampro out of Norway & Australian beat-maker Kayboku both share their take on “Crashland”, with each interpretation being as unique as the original. Each remix pays homage to the original while adding unique electronic and tribal sounds to the track, creating something that is both moving and dance worthy. Check out “Crashland” and the remixes now!