Chill | Harber Nails A Fresh Dance Crossover Sound With Lexy Panterra Collaboration “More Than You”

Posted by on March 14, 2019

Harber continues his incline through 2019 as new music and shows continue to fall under his name. Getting played out on New York’s Z100, receiving DJ support from big-named DJ’s, and support from a host of outlets and curators, are just of the few of the moments he’s locked down in 2018. His latest work with Lexy Panterra labeled “More Than You” delivers a handful of elements fans of been accustomed to with a twist.

“More Than You” highlights a soulful-yet poppy combination – this paired with a brass-bass beat and exotic drumwork creates a cool and tasteful remix that’s all it’s own. Harber knows what it takes to get bodies moving, amplified via the vocals of Lexy Panterra and one-of-a-kind writing by Kate Morgan.

Chill | Linnea Schossow Releases Inspired And Warm House Single “I Found You”

Posted by on March 14, 2019

It looks like music talent runs deep in the Schossow family, Linnea Schossow, sister of the popular house artist Marcus Schossow, has not only released her own single but signed it to her brother’s label Code Red. “I Found You” is nothing short of uplifting and positive. The melodic piano chords and smooth song structure delivering an energetic, yet therapeutic house experience that satisfies.

This is far from Linnea Schossow first rodeo – she’s worked for the likes of Mat Zo, Ben Nicky, and many others over the course of several years in music. As a singer, writer, and producer, Schossow’s talents utilized in collaborations and expanded on in general shines like on the long-term and consistent artist that she is.

Chill | Fall in love with Laxcity & EMIA’s new single “Just Try”

Posted by on March 12, 2019

Laxcity is one of my favorite rising producers right now. His album Catharsis blew me away and this year he’s dropped stunning remixes of Alina Baraz, San Holo, Ekali, and Medasin. Now his first original of 2019 sees him team up with EMIA for a gorgeous love balled. “Just Try” features soft synths, EMIA’s angelic pop voice, and creative production. I added this straight into my pop playlist and so should you. Check it out above and pick up your copy here via ALT:Vision Records.

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Electronic | CASHÆ turn up spring time energy on a new remix of Emily Brimlow’s “Hope”

Posted by on March 11, 2019

Producer/DJ duo CASHÆ, are coming up from Miami where they run Sunset Studios. They’re quickly building steam for their Caribbean (Alex is Puerto Rican and Joseph is Cuban), pop and bass influences, first gaining buzz through independent singles and remix releases, which quickly garnered the attention of labels like Sony, Roc Nation, SunPop, and Atlantic, who sought after CASHAE’s ear-catching creative production for their top roster artists. This time the pair take on Emily Brimlow’s single “Hope” and turn it into a dance floor burner equipped with an up-tempo bass friendly melody, sunny house flavor full of bouncy four to the floor action, and rattling hi-hats. CASHÆ are here to take you on a springtime excursion. This is a must listen!

Chill | Electronic Inspired Act Jaguar Dreams Release Acoustic Version Of “Too Close”

Posted by on March 8, 2019

“Too Close,” a single off of Jaguar Dreams successful self-titled debut album, has now received an acoustic overhaul. The new version elongates and dramatized what the original brought to the table, delivering an emotionally-charged and captivating experience that offers a unique perspective into the Jaguar Dreams vision. Since 2018, Jaguar Dreams have released a handful of songs and music videos, some of the most notable being “Just Life” which went on to received 100k plays on SoundCloud and over 20K on the music video – a feat easier said than done. Jaguar Dreams had this to share about the single:

“This song is as much about two people struggling to find each other at the right time, as it is about the struggles of an artist to find their right place in the world. Either way, it’s the story of an unrequited love. When we recorded “Dreaming Sessions,” the rawness and the realness of the emotion this song has was best felt with just Tim and a grand piano. It doesn’t get more personal than that, and when we recorded this single take, we knew we had to share it with you. The EP version is all about moving on, and the power one can feel in doing so, while this acoustic version sets more of a reflective tone, which is also to be appreciated in situations such as these. “

Alternative, Indie | Abhi The Nomad Releases New Music Leading Up To SXSW

Posted by on March 8, 2019

Abhi the Nomad surpasses expectations once again with a thrilling acoustic rendition of his single, “Marbled”.  Accompanied by a videol, the new interpretation exposes the creative prowess of the young, buzzing, Austin based musician.

The song is comprised of Abhi beatboxing alongside a groovy bassline and steady chords while layering vocal textures that continuously surprise the listener. The track serves as the lead single from his forthcoming 5-track, “Marbled Acoustic EP”, which sees Abhi breaking down some of the fan favorites from his debut album which was released last February.

As always, the creative musician exposes his artistic sensibility by marrying the music to the video in a perfect fashion, being creative, fun and engaging.

Bass, Dubstep | Birthdayy Partyy Celebrate Their Birthday With Remix of “Ouch”

Posted by on March 8, 2019

Birthdayy Partyy celebrated their actual birthday yesterday with the release of their remix of “Ouch” by Bring Me The Horizon. We’ve seen the twin brothers take on many genres in the past, dubstep being one of them, and here they return to the bass-booming style once again. This wub-heavy remix is coming just in time as festival season is around the corner. With so many bass DJ’s taking over festivals across the world, don’t be surprised when you hear this one pop up in a lot of sets. It’s got everything a great bass track needs. Lastly, this is a gift from Birthdayy Partyy, so download it for free!