Hip-Hop, Pop | Sirius is back from his hiatus with ‘Have A Nice Day’

Posted by on September 1, 2018

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Back by popular demand, ‘Have A Nice Day’ by Sirius is out today as a follow up to ‘SUMÆ’ featuring Klish.  Featured in the movie ‘Passengers’ starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, ‘Have A Nice Day’ is re released by Pack The Pool, the latest 21st century label to come from the Scandinavians.

This song is meant to make you forget about all of your worries. I basically tried to capture the sound of sharing a couple of beers with good friends at the beach. We ended up with Have a nice day!” shares Sirius

Stream it above and follow Sirius on Spotify for new music, it’s a must listen!

Pop | Carmada is back with ‘Lay It Down’ ft Georgi Kay

Posted by on August 31, 2018

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Sydney, Australia hits us with new music from Carmada, with their latest future bass single ‘Lay It Down.’ Made up of LDRU and Yahtzel, who both took time to release their own solo projects under Ultra Music and more, Carmada this time collaborate with Georgi Kay, on the vocals, to launch that Australian Summer anthem early. Stream ‘Lay It Down’ on Spotify, and follow them to keep up with that new new. It’s a must listen!

Bass | HVDES Drops Debut EP On Kannibalen Records

Posted by on August 30, 2018

The ICON Collective graduate HVDES has kicked things into high gear with her debut EP, Revelations. The Kannibalen Records release marks the next step in her career, one that is more than promising. The unique producer stands out all her own with her immense records. Each one on the EP offers up a different shade of her blackened sound. If you’ve been looking for dark, edgy bass, you’ve found it. Keep an eye out for more from HVDES!


Pop | Will Crockford delivers with ‘Sorry’ ft Sophie Hamill

Posted by on August 30, 2018

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Coming off the release of his latest single ‘Chance,’ Will Crockford is back with his latest ‘Sorry,’ out now on Chroma Records, featuring 14-year-old singer songwriter Sophie Hamill. Here’s Will explaining the collaboration process with Sophie ‘one of the most talented people I’ve had the opportunity to work with… with this track I wanted to do something similar to my older works but something that still felt fresh and original.’

Bass, House | Bonez Drops Debut Bass House-Influenced Release “ILTWYD”

Posted by on August 29, 2018

A blend of haunting production, filthy bass house influence, and ferocious 808 bits sprinkled in-between interact as Bonez unleashes his debut single “ILTWYD.” Not much is known about this new alias, but an upcoming New Era EP later this year and an innate love of dance music seemingly portray as his main traits. Given this is Bonez debut single and the multiple influences found within, he is laying down a spectrum of sounds prime for expanding on, hopefully seen on newly announced EP.

Keep an eye out for more new stuff from the soloist sooner than you think. Click through the the title above for more info about Bonez.

Chill | HARBER Drops Dance-Pop Inspired Single “Me And My Friends”

Posted by on August 25, 2018

Summer has been good to NYC’s HARBER, the soloist recently wrapped up his last single “Summer You” and now has dropped was seems like the final sun-kissed single of the summer “Me And My Friends.”

Vibrant, colorful, and infectiousness are the highlight aspects of the work, a modern vibe tied with a fluid backbeat and arrangement has tapped into something truly igniting. Released on PRMD Music, home to known names like Cazzette, Syn Cole, and many more, this single is proving it not only has the voice but the support to back it up.

Given the writing network, instrumental experience, and production know-how, HARBER doesn’t seem to be slowing his role anytime soon.

Chill, Future Trap | Ashur Remixes The Neighbourhood’s Cover of a Classic

Posted by on August 23, 2018

I haven’t heard this song since I was like 10 years old and it’s really bringing back some memories. Ashur flipped Destiny’s Child’s early 2000’s Grammy nominated single “Say My Name” into a future trap hit that shows off his clear skillset to take songs to the next level. In the past the Florida bred act has dropped a handful of sick remixes, but this one in particular may just be his best work to date thanks to its slow but epic build that finally kicks in on the chorus and goes full sicko mode (shout out Travis Scott x Drake). Stream the new remix above now by Ashur, it’s the perfect song to get you ready for the weekend!