Chill, Electronic | Sapphire Adizes Remixes Donna Missal Single

Posted by on October 23, 2018

Sapphire Adizes is a multi-talented creative who not only produces his own music and lyrics, but can also play the saxophone (due to his upbringing in Jazz music). The musician works in his own self titled genre called “present music,” a term he coined to describe the dynamic production that lives at the intersection of institutionalized and non-institutionalized music. Adizes is releasing The Wild Boar, his debut album, in November 2018. His latest offering is this cinematic, high power remix of “Keep Lying” by Donna Missal. Filled with a slow build that gradual turns into something monumental, this one is well worth your attention. Listen to the Donna Missal remix above now! Keep a tab on Sapphire Adizes.

Future Trap | Neovaii’s “Horzion” Tackles Multiple Genres in Album That Feels Like A Story

Posted by on October 23, 2018

Horizon is a collection of seven eclectic and infectious tracks. At times the album is emotional with impassioned vocals and melancholic synths and at others, the feel is chill and uplifting. Neovaii displays his diversity within the LP, from start to finish, the release has several intriguing elements with its vast emotional spectrum. Neovaii, known for his melodic sound that blends elements from multiple genres, mostly major chord and positive touches, found his passion for music at a very young age. Previously working in genres spanning from alt-rock and pop, he eventually realized his calling to electronic music and the rest is history. With tens of millions of streams across all platforms, his rapid ascension is certain.

House | Kenny Hectyc Drops New Remixes For ‘All This Time’

Posted by on October 19, 2018

Kenny Hectyc and Katie Holmes-Smith are back, following up on their summertime smash, “All This Time‘, with a brand new pack of remixes.  Both artists based in the UK delivered on the original, with Katie delivering a power-packed, soulful performance, while Kenny brought a smooth UK House vibe to the track.  The melodic and bubbly release saw both artists bringing their A-game, creating a memorable tune that can work in nearly every setting.

Now bringing some new flames to the release, they have brought in a team of remixers to turn up the heat.  Push3r, Radio Smash, Midnight City (UK), Espinal & Nova and Lionis each take a turn flipping the release, putting their personal spin on the tune.  While Kenny’s presence can still be felt in each mix and Katie Holmes-Smith still dominates vocally, each producer takes things in a whole new direction.  Summer may be over, but this back it just warming up.  Check it.

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Ambient, Chill | “Kinda Nice” Is Delia Dane’s Best Work to Date

Posted by on October 19, 2018

New York based POP&B artist Delia Dane’s luscious record “Kinda Nice” is a hip-hop injected original single that is worth giving a spin. Dane’s artistic journey began early, harmonizing right alongside the likes of Aaliyah and Michael Jackson in car rides to and from school growing up. After learning piano, she found herself in a proper band by the age of 11. Years later, she continues to connect with Miami producer/songwriter Kaixen, like on this one. Check it out above now. Hoping to see more stuff like “Kinda Nice” pop up around the scene, it’s got such a chill vibe to it, it’s basically impossible to not enjoy.

Future Trap | Corrupt Augments French Montana’s “No Stylist” For A More Dance-Primed Crowd

Posted by on October 18, 2018

Corrupt’s remix of French Montana’s “No Stylist” maintains the vibe of the original while offering a fresh perspective. By adding elements like heavy yet melodic drops, the danceability of the track is dialed right on up. Distinctly drawing influence from genres like trap and future bass, the tasteful placement of vocal chops and brass stabs augment the energy levels in a way the original lacks.

Corrupt, also known as James Caudle, in a short time saw the strong growth of his productions, strings of tour dates, and artist support. Caudle has obtained the support of acts such as The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, The Disco Fries, Don Diablo, 3LAU, Alison Wonderland, and Two Friends, all while performing at countless high-profile clubs and festivals – including two consecutive years at the prestigious Electric Forest. Corrupt has nailed down several looks that typically take artists years to get, a green flag in one’s career to say the least.

Bass | Nurko and Miles Away Unleash Bass Influenced Remix Of Halsey’s “Without Me”

Posted by on October 17, 2018

Nurko and Miles Away team up to bring an emotion-filled remix of Halsey’s “Without Me” to fruition. As one would expect, richly layered synths and monumental drops arguably complete the original vocals. The result of this collaboration is body-moving rhythms, crisp percussion, and touching progressions. The artists utilize the catchy nature of the original and augment the track with their unique and individual sounds.

All parties involved have been grinding in music since childhood. Nurko, also known as Jack Leech, has made good use of his working knowledge of music theory to craft a meaningful and powerful sounds, resulting in tens of millions of streams and the support large outlets and labels. Miles Away, a duo who have together and separately, have locked down the support of Arty, Morgan Page, Hardwell, and KO:YU, to name a few.

Chill, Future Trap | 10Digits “Rebirth” Album Marks A Year Of Solo Success

Posted by on October 17, 2018

Canadian artist 10Digits, who masks his identity behind a visually inspiring layer of digitized art, has been on a single releasing spree in 2018. He has followed the new tunes up with a full-fledged album, packed with multiple genres and singers on almost every song – the album feeling more like a complete work and less like a string of singles stitched together.

10Digits has had a gradual rise over the last several months, one of the most notable elements being his music video for “Fool For Love” which went on to reach well-over 1 million streams. The dude crafts his pieces until they genuinely stand out and reaps the benefits. This surely isn’t the last time we will see 10Digits, perhaps his true name and face being revealed by himself or a determined journalist in the near future, keep an out for him.