Posted by dshaq on June 19, 2013
What ever happened to Hannah Montana? Miley Cyrus has seemed to take her own Lindsay Lohan-esque nose dive for the worse, except more in control (how crazy does that sound?). Her newest release is produced by none other than Mike Will Made it. Without a doubt, this song is going to be a radio hit, however I really question what’s going on in Miley’s head. Anyways all moral standards aside, peep the video above and if you happen to be a big Miley Cyrus fan then look for her upcoming album.
Posted by Middy on June 19, 2013
Thump followed around Pretty Lights over the past 2 years during the process in which he has been crafted and developed his upcoming artist album “Color Map Of The Sun”. It goes through his progression of working in two studios in Brooklyn and New Orleans, working with countless musicians and singers trying to capture the most organic, raw, soulful sound he could for his album. This time he did not want to go out and sample records, but rather he wanted to create the samples himself and it took over a year to do so, working with all analog machinery to distort and cut, giving it that sound of a past generation. As I finish this video, I have not been this excited for an album since RAM, and though that was only a month ago, this has the possibility to to inspire dance music in a similar way, going back to the roots of blues, hip hop, folk and rock, imbuing them with an electronic sound. Just take it from the man himself as he talked about his own album,
“I think something beautiful and timeless was created”
Does it seem like he is either always high, or just goofy like that? Those dance moves are a bit much at times, but you can see his passion. Also that kitty may just be cutest DJ cat around, sorry Mr Meowingtons and Mittens Francis.
Posted by LoffyG on June 17, 2013
It’s Monday and Huey Mack delivers the lastest installment in his #HueSummer series. This week he remixes “Crazy Kids“, originally performed by Ke$sh ft. Will I Am. After dropping a more personal track called “Letter” last week, Huey livens things up a bit with this song. The video showcases tour footage from the Barstool U foam party in PCB, as well as various past shows. Check back next week for another new release and lookout for Huey’s new album expected this Fall!
Posted by Mach on June 17, 2013
After an extremely successful EP that topped the charts on Soundcloud and HypeM, Stars Above rolls out another House gem. “Soar” is an extraordinary uplifting original that takes you to the edge of the Earth and beyond. Stars Above makes sure to take his time, making his lift-off intro a superb countdown to flight time. The drop is nothing short of incredible, sending chills through my spine and proper dance vibes to my feet. Stars Above is just getting started, he currently has a Kickstarter to help in the funding of his dream to produce a full length album he likes to call, “Black Diamonds”. Keep an eye out for more great productions from him in the future.
Free Download: Stars Above – Soar
Posted by dshaq on June 16, 2013
Attention iPhone users, come this Independence Day, you guys might be a little salty. According to Samsung, they will be giving the brand spanking new album from Sean Carter (Jay-Z) himself to the owners of the Galaxy smartphone for free. You read that correctly. I’m not sure which one is bigger news, the egregious marketing attempt by Samsung, or the album itself. Anywho, it definitely has my cosign…and I’m an iPhone user! Check back soon cause I’m sure some of the singles will be releasing soon. Big things from Hov and the Roc comin soon.
Posted by BIGLIFE on June 12, 2013
The only Mashup Radio Show in America is really highlighting how different genres can come together and flow at 128bpm. “A.D.D.” isn’t just another mix show it is DOSVEC creating a 55 minute mix album every month. The way so many eras come together shows his creativity and not just focusing on one kind of sound.
The last song of Episode #4 is an Exclusive A Capella from Meiko’s “Bad Things”, the song currently used by Bravo to promote Real House Wives of NJ. Receiving material from original artists to be featured on “A.D.D.” will insure to keep the show fresh and never stale.
Posted by Spice on June 12, 2013
These days, it’s hard to do much of anything on the internet without encountering heaps of reverential praise for the British brother-duo better known as Disclosure. They’ve become the de facto poster children for what’s cool in 2013 and have amassed a following that includes both hipster indie pop enthusiasts and their ravier twenty-something counterparts. Back in March, I remember perusing the calendar at one of my favorite clubs and noticing that they had sold out that upcoming Friday — the first Friday of the second weekend of Ultra, as it were. Not only did this not register with me at the time, but I didn’t even bother to catch them in Miami. Quelle folie. I am usually slow to warm up to bandwagon-y new groups, probably due to the fact that I am effectively a huge music snob in denial, but sometimes the hype becomes too great to overlook and bandwagons get harder and harder to ignore. In the case of Disclosure (and their now very considerable bandwagon), I can confirm that all the hype is utterly justified.