Bass | Mory’s Dynamic “MenloBucks” Brings Together Glitch And Future Bass

Posted by on April 19, 2017

Genre hybrids are nothing new in dance music, but new hybrids certainly are. Most aren’t committed enough to take on a such a creative task, but the result Mory has tapped into showcases the benefits of doing so. “MenloBucks” the latest single from Mory, is a hyper-detailed, experimental single fusing the genres of glitch-hop and future bass, showcasing a new style and feeling that is refreshing, to say the least.

Mory’s “MenloBucks” was released on Neocore Records, a label just getting their start, yet displaying a solid selection on the A&R front, thus far. Mory and Neocore Records are not only rising together, but showing strong promise.

Chill | Steve Void’s “West LA” Continues The Feel Good Hits

Posted by on April 19, 2017

Steve Void has taken the cake as one of the fasting rising chill house artists in the game, with consistent support from acts like Cheat Codes, Sam Feldt, The Him, and over 40 million plays to his name, it’s hard not to notice this solo DJ. His latest single “West LA” was premiered by Matoma at Coachella and is set to rack up millions in no time.

Steve Void just got off a 30 stop tour and is continuing to make new music, “West LA” is the next chronical in a story that has influenced a nice chunk of the dance music scene. His previous chill-house-meets-pop releases have hit the spot, “West LA” is a proper new notch in the belt.

Pop | Goldhouse Finds Pop Gold In “Sex On Me”

Posted by on April 18, 2017

This is good. Real good. Straight from the mean streets of Chicago, Goldhouse (Grant Harris) strikes pop music gold for “Sex On Me” that’s perfect for those summer nights. The song is out on Armada Deep, which we love. Goldhouse is created remixes for everyone from Sam Smith to J-Lo. When our forever crush Joe Bay hit us with this record we couldn’t help but listen. “Sex On Me” doesn’t have a release date but we’ll hitting the replay button on this bad boy for weeks to come.

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House | LGATP Starts Back From Scratch & Releases “Give You Life”

Posted by on April 18, 2017

After releasing their critically acclaimed debut LP in native Italy, Late Guest at the Party moved to NYC in 2013 to work with producer Caleb Shreve (Phantogram, Tegan & Sara). In 2014 they released their sophomore LP Repeater with Shreve on vocals.

A long, two and a half year journey has brought LGATP to this point. Left without a vocalist, they had to restart from scratch. This was also a big opportunity; a way to explore new territories in music and composition. “Give You a Life” is the result of a new sound and musical direction, and the first of many singles set to be released in the coming months. “Give You a Life” features vocals and lyrics by Beth Hansen of C’Mere. To her, the song is about “the best intention you could have. You meet someone and express your freedom and enjoyment and want to share it with them; you want to give them a piece of your life. Sometimes this doesn’t work out. You enjoy the person, but that part of your life isn’t what they need.”

RnB | Teenear Teams Up With Vealous To Drop “Something Else” On Slip-N-Slide Records

Posted by on April 17, 2017

In the midst of her Travis Scott “Goosebumps” cover giving us all the feels and slaying Soundcloud, Teenear releases her brand new “Something Else” single on Slip-N-Slide Records. Produced by Grammy nominated producer Velous (who’s productions you’ve heard on Kanye West and Drake records) “Something Else” is an infectious up-tempo R&B smash that takes takes the listener on a roller coaster of emotions. Premiered by notable Youtube channel Stereohearts RnB, “Something Else” is a single that we smashing playlists for weeks to come. Be sure to catch Teenear on the Rolling Loud tour alongside acts like Kendrick Lamar (who crushed Coachella), Future, and Lil Yachty.

Bass | Jack Squire & Katnip Release Melodic Bass Single “Imma”

Posted by on April 17, 2017

Los Angeles Producer Jack Squire has been on a roll lately with multiple releases over the past months. But today he is back with another gut-wrenching record. The new track featuring another Los Angeles producer Katnip features amazing melodies arranged to create a dark and playful atmosphere while the build up becomes more and more sinister, then when the drop hits, it hits you right in the chest. From previously supported tracks by Far Too Loud, James Egbert and Apek he is well on his way to becoming a bass music figure. “Imma” features everyone’s favorite dubstep elements from fast-paced arps to downright dirty growls. The drums hit hard and the consistency of the track is like none other.

With each release, he becomes better and better, and thanks to his education at the world-renowned Icon Collective School, he has the proper production and arrangement skills needed to take it to the next level. “Imma” is available to stream on Spotify, Soundcloud and a few others. If you’re a fan of Getter, Phaseone, or Spock then you’ll love Jack Squire’s new track “Imma.”

Chill | Kaskade Releases Redux Mix Of Late Night Alumni’s “Love Song”

Posted by on April 17, 2017

Kaskade has taken a shot at remixing his own track, sort of. Kaskade has been a part of another group called Late Night Alumni since 2005, amassing millions of plays and thousands of fans between now and then. They once again released music in 2015, but haven’t dropped much since that time. A few weeks ago the group released their new EP, and now Kaskade is adding more spotlight onto the group with his redux mix of “Love Song.”

Late Night Alumni is undoubtedly on a comeback streak and taking as many dance fans as they can with them. Rumor has it touring is soon to follow, which could be announced on their socials sometime this year.