Progressive House | The Chainsmokers Come Through With “Good Intentions”

Posted by on May 21, 2015

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Yup, the Chainsmokers and BullySongs have a hit on their hands, and “Good Intentions” is it! My first reaction when hearing the tune, was this sounds like Calvin Harris, meets the Ataris – think Boys Of Summer – and I’ll take it! I thoroughly enjoy both, and with Memorial Day weekend just a day away, what screams “America” more than a good old Made In America anthem? Thanks Alex and Drew, keep repping for us all! This is a must listen!

iTunes: The Chainsmokers ft BullySongs – Good Intentions

Deep House | Human Movement Brings A Youthful Groove To The Dark Single “Solanum”

Posted by on May 21, 2015

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This track isn’t for everyone, if techno or house isn’t your thing, don’t press play, unless you’re looking to explore your senses, and dabble into unfamiliar territory, Human Movement will take you there with their latest remix of Sweetland’ “Solanum,” and as the vocal sample speaks, “Don’t think” just go with it, I’m currently in space! This is a must listen, so relax and enjoy the sounds!

Electro-House | FNT Premiere: RIVERO Is Back With “Shiver” Supported By Chuckie, and W&W

Posted by on May 21, 2015

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We introduced you to Rivero a few months back and today the 17 year old progressive house/electr0-house DJ/producer is back with his latest “Shiver” and we’ve got the premiere. Currently on the radar from some of the biggest house DJs on the planet like W&W, Chuckie, MAKJ, Nicky Romero and more, if you consider yourself a festival head, you might want to take notes, the new school is coming full throttle, and Rivero’s at the head of the pack! Press play, and note, as BIG as this tune sounds, unfortunately it doesn’t come with confettis and fog cannons, so you’ll just have to use your imagination! This is a must listen!

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Tropical House | Get Lost with Shemce’s Latest Remix to the timeless ‘Strobe’

Posted by on May 20, 2015

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Pure bliss. That is the only way to describe this fantastic remix from Canadian Shemce who has seen a tremendous rise in plays, following, and love this past year. Remix after remix has been phenomenal, and he’s making a wave for himself in the tropical house scene – never straying from his signature sounds. Lay back and grab this work of art – oh and don’t forget to give him some Hype Machine <3 if you enjoy!

Hip-Hop, Videos | Dylan Owen’s “There’s More To Life” Official Promo Video

Posted by on May 20, 2015

If nothing else, Dylan Owen is a storyteller.

Rap may be the genre stamped to all of his artistic pursuits (for lack of better terms to distinguish between the varying complexity of our artists), but he is a poet at heart. It’s why his music resonates so deeply with his listeners. Why even when more than three years come and go between releases, his core audience is still waiting. It’s why he’s never too far out of mind.

In his new promo video, leading up to the June 8th release of There’s More To Life, director Brian Petchers beautifully constructs a collage of shots evoking the stories and scenes that make up the new EP. It ends with Dylan walking across an open grassy field, journal in hand, with a camera gradually creating distance until it’s fully overhead, giving a sense of Dylan’s diminutiveness amongst the world around him.

For a writer who we’ve watched spend so much time grappling with the internal, it’s a powerful image. In his only single release distinct from his last EP and his new one, “The Window Seat,” Dylan wrote: “Maybe all I need, is the view from the window seat staring back at me.” That desire to look down upon his life from ten-thousand feet isn’t one he’s abandoned, but rather, its the fabric of this song—which he created solely for this promo video—and the EP on its way.

As always, though, Dylan’s work is rewarding even for the more surface-level fan. Those without all of the context will still marvel at the seemingly effortless poetics of his writing, and his innate and singular ability to leak in dabs of his unmistakable talent as a rap lyricist. There’s also maybe the best play on 50 Cent’s oft-referenced line from “Wanksta,” which he turns into “what the fuck happened to youth.” But there’s much more to this work than that. And there’s much more of the story to come on June 8th.

Trap | Apashe & Tha Trickaz Slaughter With “Trap Requiem”

Posted by on May 20, 2015

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Nothing like a smack in the face with some hard trap music, and that’s what you get from Apashe & That Trickaz with their latest “Trap Requiem,” a trap anthem in all it’s glory, with hints of classical music for epic proportions. To be honest, I can’t keep up with all these trap producers, they go hard, but it’s the tracks like these that stand out to me, can’t wait for festival season! This is a must listen and a must download!

iTunes: Apashe x Tha Trickaz – Trap Requiem

Electro, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Rap | DJ Felly Fell Presents: The Americanos – Blackout (feat. Lil Jon, Juicy J, & Tyga)

Posted by on May 20, 2015

BLACK sqiko3 DJ Felly Fell Presents: The Americanos   Blackout (feat. Lil Jon, Juicy J, & Tyga)

The Americanos (same team from Doc Hollywood) is making its debut with an amazing EDM/Rap fusion single that’s bound to hit the radio stations any day now. Teaming up with famous LA DJ, DJ Felly Fell, as well as Lil Jon, Juicy J and Tyga, the Americanos is making power moves to the top. Be on the lookout for them, and enjoy this bangin’ single in the meantime.

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