Electronic | Seelo goes deep with Adam K’s ‘You’re Not Alone’

Posted by on May 11, 2018

Canadian DJ/producer Seelo drops a deep house remix of dance anthem ‘You’re Not Alone’ by Adam K, 10 years from it’s original release date. Seelo has also been teasing an original between him and the vocalist of “You’re Not Alone” on his socials. Follow him on SoundCloud for new music.

Electronic | Charlz paints a picture of emotion with new indie electronic single “Colors”

Posted by on May 11, 2018

Coming as the second release on new Australian imprint Risqué Music, the label has partnered with Australian singer-songwriter Charlz and ARIA Award winning producer M-Phazes (AKA Mark Landon), best known for his work with artists including Eminem, Madonna, Lupe Fiasco and Amy Shark. Their new single “Colors” dropped today and features Charlz’s captivating and warm vocals, as the production floats effortlessly on from the get go. A mix of dance, indie, and pop, this is a must listen.

Future Trap, Remix | Teddy Rose Nails Sunkissed-Dance Vibe With Recent Nostalgic Remixes

Posted by on May 8, 2018

Calfiornia’s sunkissed element has always found a medium to constantly stay relevant and genuine decade after decade within music. It’s safe to say that Teddy Rose has played a role in continuing the spread of this vibe. From his dance-pop infused remixes that seriously get his club-after movie’s rocking, to his rigid, confident look that snaps into fan engagement mode the moment his feet hit the stage. Teddy Rose has been around the block, a gradual rise that is now cementing into a fluent fan-base.

“Sex On Fire” and “Move Along” are recent highlights in the equation for Rose, adding terrifically uplifting vibes aside familiar lyrics and melodies. Yet, his discography hosts a wide array of well-marketed edits – a core component to the Teddy Rose development.

A balance of shows, popular music, and an easily recognizable look has Teddy Rose as a rising West Coast act in 2018.


Electro-House, House, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy Drops First Official Remix For Autograf’s “Dead Soon”

Posted by on May 8, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have come out with several remixes this year, but their first official one may be their best. The trio Autograf dropped a remix EP for their single “Dead Soon” that is still fresh off the press. Out of the three, Birthdayy Partyy’s is the most distinct with its hard house sound. Combining bass and electro house, this remix hearkens back to the 2012 era with its style, one that feels timeless. Although dance music has come a long way, these types of records are making their way back to the forefront and Birthdayy Partyy are becoming a huge part of that push. Wouldn’t be surprised if this became a classic in the comeback!

Chill | “Off To Get Lost” Is a Shiny New Single by Kultur That You Need To Scope

Posted by on May 6, 2018

Kultur returns with a powerful yet emotionally driven new single that’s out now on Nowadays Records. “Off To Get Lost” shows off the up and coming French artists production style, which is bound to inspire some other creatives in the scene to create art. Despite it’s dreamy characteristic, the song is really in your face with upbeat rhythms and woozy melodies. Listen to latest Nowadays Records drop above now!

Chill | Peter Kuli Gets “Cozy” w/ Still Haze

Posted by on May 4, 2018

I’m a little late on this one but it deserved some light to be shed on it, it’s catch as heck. Upcoming Boston artist Peter Kuli teams up with Still Haze for their laid back new hybrid single. Blending pop and hip hop along with some chill electronic production style, this one is wavey as hell. Honestly the vocals remind me of some old school Mike Posner, but the production is more on the Jason Mraz side of things, but not super corny. Listen to “Cozy” above now.


Bass | Longtime Bassnectar Collaborator Dorfex Bos Spreads His Wings With Upcoming “Opinions” EP

Posted by on May 3, 2018

You may have seen his name on a flyer or on a musical production alongside the legend Bassnectar himself, yet Dorfex’s multi-decade evolution has most recently seen revived love as Bos became more immersed and enveloped within the experimental bass sub-culture; a new chapter for him beginning several years back.

Fast forward to 2018, Opinions EP is the next pillar in the experience.

Dorfex Bos’ gradual solidification within the genre continues to fuel his shows and collaborations. Set to release on streaming channels May 4th and SoundCloud later on on May, Opinions EP shares an overall dark or mysterious theme between each piece, while the singles define themselves through a dynamic blend of far-out arrangement, rhythm, and percussion. Aside from how the EP was put together, it has folks talking.

Given his track record, multiple collaborations with Bassnectar, and an insatiable lust for quality music, Dorfex Bos’ EP is set to send ripples through it’s target market as he treks forward with the project.