Remix | Sad Meal Looks To Combine Complextro And Rock In New Remix of Academy.FM’s “Forever”

Posted by on November 8, 2017

UK based producer Sam Eley AKA Sad Meal received his first swell of attention for winning a remix contest of “Forever” by in conjunction with Cymatics. After a few minor setbacks, several failed the Sad Meal project is proving to have its first comeback with this remix. Influenced by his early love of rock n roll and metal as well as his more recent desire to produce euphoric soundscapes like early Porter Robinson and Madeon, Sad Meal clearly creates a melting pot of sounds from both worlds. Overall, a standout remix that shows how he won the contest and will keep him on our radar in the future.

Electronic | Check Out This New House Banger by Aussie Producer JAMO

Posted by on November 7, 2017

JAMO is a new producer out of Australia who recently came out with his debut original single. Taking inspiration from techno, electronica, indie pop and house music, this self-taught producer has curated a unique sound depicting a mix of both the city and the beach. “S.O.S.” blends all types of sub-genres and musical influences, and that’s why we love it! Check out JAMO’s debut single above now.

Bass | Snowmass Makes Bass Hyrbid “Crossfire” Amid Recent Return

Posted by on November 6, 2017

Snøwmass has quickly turned himself into an unstoppable force in the electronic music scene with two #1 Hype Machine remixes, releases on Blackhole Recordings, and support from esteemed peers like Dash Berlin, The Chainsmokers, and Sam Feldt. From beginning to end, his latest effort “Crossfire” is a rich, complex, and beautiful track that is a must have in your next playlist or DJ set. Snøwmass deftly mixes elements of techno, alternative, and modern dance together with expert precision, providing the ultimate backdrop for the gorgeous vocal stylings of Mona Moua. In an oversaturated market, Snøwmass successfully side steps cliches and trends with his remarkably layered sound, giving listeners a much-needed and unforgettable breath of fresh air.


Deep House | A&G And Olivia Escuyos Put Deep Twist On Khalid’s “Location”

Posted by on November 6, 2017

Miami-based DJ duo A&G won themselves a spot on DJList’s Top 10 DJs in Miami. After taking a brief sabbatical from the DJ life they returned in 2016 with an epic dance cover of Drake’s “Too Good”, earning themselves three millions streams in the process. Now A&G are back again with their eagerly-awaited third cover, this time tackling Khalid’s hit song “Location”. A&G’s bold reimagining is respectful to Khalid’s original while bringing an entirely new energy and vision to the track. By pairing up-and-comer Olivia Escuyos perfectly sung vocals with their infectious production, A&G have crafted yet another unforgettable dance floor sure shot.

Electronic | NEMØ & Emma Bass Connect On “Why Don’t You”

Posted by on November 5, 2017

Nemo’s recent single “Why Don’t You” is an extremely catchy collaboration with up and coming fellow native Australian, Emma Bass. The huge future bass anthem is just the type of record to have fun to this weekend, while the top line is as relaxing and confident as an lead vocal should be. Really loving what these two did on this one, check out “Why Don’t You” above now! Check out two fresh facelifts of the single by Kloake and Bynded via this link.

Bass, Trap | Get Hyped Via “COUGH” by Shmuck The Loyal

Posted by on November 4, 2017

Shmuck The Loyal gets down and dirty on his new track “Cough” and it’s a smash. The Tennessee native is an up and coming producer, composer and audio engineer who writes original music and works with other local musicians on the rise (like Mike Floss). I could see STL fitting in nicely onto the Team Supreme roster after listening to “Cough” a couple times. Stream and enjoy the new single above!

Moombahton | DEVOLVE Spotlights Remixing Artists With New “Monster” EP

Posted by on November 4, 2017

DEVOLVE is half-way flying under the radar but won’t be for long. The Orlando-native just tore up the decks on Diplo & Friends last month and has moombahton-themed bangers with multi-millions of plays on the loose. DEVOLVE is in the beginnings of what will most likely be a fast-rise within dance music scene. His new EP Monster is a small taste of the goodies planned which always seemed to get support by massive acts like Major Lazer. Monster EP features two remixes that each showcase their own style and vibe utilizing the “Monster” template.