Albums | Gerry Gonza & Ania Iwinska release club heavy “Let Me Dip” out now on Homerun House

Posted by on July 22, 2016

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Gerry Gonza and Ania Iwinska teamed up recently to create and release a brand new hot, club heavy tune aptly named “Let Me Dip.” Gerry’s sound design is quite evident in this release if you’ve ever listened to any of Thee Cool Cats music before. The vocal sample “let me dip” flows over the synths to create a sort of a trance that will leave you dancing all night. Overall this is a very tight production and great look for the new LA & Paris based house music label Homerun House.

Bass | DEMUR Unleashes “Rebel-Club” Original “Traumatized (feat. Galvanize)”

Posted by on June 9, 2016

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DEMUR is looking to stir shit up a bit. His music is one part of a greater picure. Recent Facebook posts show him firing shots at sell out DJs, ghost produced producers, and other annoying aspects of the scene.

“Traumatized (feat. Galvanize)” is basically hard rock and heavy club sounds colliding. Nice to hear someone who is trying something significantly different. This won’t be the last from one of LA’s newest electronic acts.

Learn more about DEMUR here.

Featured | Why Oliver Heldens’ Bus Tour Is The Perfect Pre-Festival Season Warm-Up

Posted by on February 18, 2016

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While many industries learn from its past or repeat themselves year after year, the music industry, specifically dance music, typically functions cyclically. Every year, the beginning of the new year marks a time for new releases, as both superstar artists and up-and-comers unveil the tracks, EPs, and albums that they’ve been working on for the last couple of months. This wave of new releases in January usually paves the way for artists to embark on a quick, month-long tour in February, before festival season really gets going in March with the kick-off of Ultra Music Festival. Summer marks the second season of the year for releases, as artists that were on the road and playing festivals get their first opportunity to hit the studio before setting off on tour again until the close of festival season in November.

These February tours are special because they mark an unique opportunity to catch your favorite artist in an intimate, club setting, where they are more willing to push the creative boundaries of their set and try their hand with tracks that they’ve been working on in the studio, before they are thrown into the monotony of playing festival sets month after month. This year, some of dance music’s biggest artists, like Hardwell, deadmau5, and Oliver Heldens, are all setting off on tours that culminate with shows in Miami during the Winter Music Conference, and these smaller shows, like the ones on Oliver Heldens’ bus tour, are the perfect festival season warm-up to get the year off on the right foot.

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House | Mickey Drops Club Anthem “It’s My Man”

Posted by on December 17, 2015

Mickey has done it once again with his new single “It’s My Man” coming out January 18th via Spinnin Deep. Following up the tremendous success and acclaim he received on “Sweet Baby”. Mickey takes us back to the fundamentals of  house music with “It’s My Man” featuring the incredible Yasmin on vocals.  This surely will be a club hit. Make sure to keep an eye out for this gem coming out January 18th. 

Trap | Duke Dumont’s “Ocean Drive” Gets Remixed By Alison Wonderland

Posted by on September 29, 2015

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Duke Dumont is one of the most exciting artists in today’s music landscape. As a live performance act in the dance music realm, the UK hit maker has been growing by leaps and bounds, and he always manages to continue churning out songs that have mass appeal. His recent single, “Ocean Drive,” which just received its visual companion, has taken the internet by storm since its unveiling a couple of months ago, and it’s now getting revitalized with a remix by Alison Wonderland. The Aussie producer/DJ/vocalist has given “Ocean Drive” a bass-heavy makeover, using horns, strings, and huge 808 kicks to support the originals’ vocals. The remix will be released on Thursday, October 15th.

Cover | Collin McLoughlin Covers Calvin Harris’s “How Deep Is Your Love

Posted by on August 28, 2015


Building on the success of his “Trap Queen” cover earlier this month, Collin McLoughlin returns with an incredible re-produced “How Deep Is Your Love” cover shot on location Malibu, edited by the man himself. Transforming the deep house club banger into a soothing tune, Collin McLoughlin continues to make a case for himself as the man with the golden voice. This cover is a real treat.

STREAM: Calvin Harris – How Deep Is Your Love (Collin McLoughlin Cover)

Electronic | Kygo – Firestone (Third Party Private Remix)

Posted by on August 19, 2015

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Its nice to hear a refreshing and brand new take on a summer smash, ThirdParty goes in on Kygo’s Firestone and absolutely kills it! Best part about this whole release, its a free download from the boys across the pond. Look out for much more in 2015 from these club legends, and make sure you grab the download up top or here.