Posted by BIGLIFE on July 25, 2014
Brenton Mattheus has been making some serious blog noise. Under the direction of super manager Stefan Jobe, Brenton is quickly rising. Brenton is back this time in the form of a collaboration with Approaching Nirvana. Dubbed “These Last Days” it’s a tune that will get you up and moving. The weekend is upon us. Tune it, turn it up. Let Brenton Mattheus take you on a ride.
Posted by Mel on June 30, 2014
“Over”, LarsM’s latest release was done in collaboration with Side-B and vocalist Aloma Steele. Even though it is not as melodically impressive as his previous stuff, it is still a quality track worthy of a listen.
Free Download: LarsM, Side-B ft. Aloma Steele – Over
Posted by yabishcic on June 17, 2014
20syl has been a major Producer and DJ in the Euro scene but just recently blew up all over again from his collaboration with Oddisee called “Ongoing Thing”. This is another single from the project Motifs EP, which is available for purchase on iTunes. The video concept for this song is perfect.
Posted by VMan on April 25, 2014
Jez Dior released his latest collaboration with up and comer G-Eazy over a Danny Score produced track “Old No. 7″ and FNT”s got it covered! As an ode to their favorite past time and the good old American whiskey drink, the two MCs spit their vices like true rockstars, and throw a toast up to those who never believed in them when they’ve already come so far. Reminiscent to my ears of that Nelly and Tim Mcraw joint “Over and Over Again,” I recommend you guys check this joint out and support! This is a must listen!
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 18, 2014
We remember when we first received an e-mail from Collin McLoughlin. It was 2010, and he contacted us with a single submission. We were instantly impressed. In fact, we can still remember where we were when we heard his voice. We knew then that Collin McLoughlin was destined for greatness. While the Collin’s road to success has taken him to places like NBC’s “The Voice”, he’s on a new mission. Since July of 2013, Collin has been releasing a slew of impressive remixes and originals that have gained support from just about everyone in the blogosphere. Collin’s profile is quickly rising, so we decided to check in with him to talk about how a Youtube cover singer from New York became one of the most talked about names in the melodic bass world.
1. Forgive me for asking, but how did a guy that was knocked out in the second round of NBC’s “The Voice” become a successful melodic dubstep producer and DJ, essentially out of nowhere?
It took an incredible amount of dedication and hard work. I’ve learned everything I know about production from various online tutorials, Youtube, and trial and error. I also have had some good friends like Carlos Cid who have given me tremendous advice. That said, the majority of my DJ and production knowledge has come from an insane amount of hard hours spent teaching myself.
Posted by BIGLIFE on February 26, 2014
Collin McLoughlin is the king of melodic dubstep. There’s no question about it. He can write. He can produce. He can sing. He can even DJ. What does the guy not do at this point? When we heard he was releasing a “Transatlanticsm” remix we didn’t know what to think. What Collin’s come up with here is serious business. Not only is this remix beautiful, we’ve heard rumor that a huge collaboration is in the works. There’s no question that Collin’s star is quickly rising. Keep an eye out for our exclusive FreshNewTracks.com interview with him coming next week.