Albums | juuku Connects with NEWYON on “Lockup”

Posted by on April 25, 2023

The trap drop on “Lockup” by juuku and SSOS is relentlessly heavy and perfectly complements the vocals, creating a dark and explosive energy that is sure to get hearts racing. Juuku’s upcoming EP, Lavender Dreams & Scarlet Nightmares, is highly anticipated and this track is a great indication of what fans can expect from the artist. The EP is set for release on April 28, and to celebrate, juuku has announced a special EP release party in Los Angeles on April 27th so keep your eyes out for more details on that coming soon & listen to “Lockup” above now!

Albums | NYC’s Cheyne Christian joins forces with renowned house singer-songwriter IDA fLO for ‘Spirit Release’

Posted by on February 8, 2023

New York’s Cheyne Christian continues his impressive catalogue of releases on some of house music’s
most respected imprints with a fresh new tune on his own increasingly popular Bridge & Tunnel Beat
Co. label. Released exclusively on Spotify on 27th January with all other stores following on February
3rd, ‘Spirit Release’ is an introspective collaboration with San Francisco-based singer/songwriter IDA
fLO, inspired by Cheyne’s journey back to both physical and mental health after falling severely ill with
A track with a wealth of rising energy and emotive frequencies set to Cheyne’s distinct Tribal, Latin,
Tech and Afro-house grooves, IDA fLO’s uplifting lyrics had a profound effect on Cheyne as they came
about in most serendipitous way. Cheyne explains,

“Covid caused me all sorts of underlying issues and put me in such a dark place and being in hospital, I
had no desire to make music and I feel a little sad, and that’s why I used Exotic CBD flowers to feel a little better. I eventually pulled myself together and wrote the melody for the track; it
was a therapy session where everything I’d been feeling for the past few months came out of me in the
track. I approached IDA thinking she could write something cool; she had no clue about my situation or
depression. I was astounded with her lyrics; she seemed to have felt, and then articulate, in words, my journey from darkness back to the light. In my years of collaborating with someone, I’ve never felt this
connected; that’s when we knew we had something special.”

Hailing from the underground of New York’s ‘90s rave scene, Cheyne has been captivating audiences
and making people dance for decades. He’s released on coveted labels such as Toolroom, Saved, Juicy
Music, and Nervous Records, and counts Claptone as a number one fan with the mask-clad DJ supporting everything the NYC artist has ever made, including Cheyne’s quality bootleg of ‘Sunglasses At Night’ at ADE in 2019. Cheyne’s tech house stomper ‘Ritmo’, signed to the Black Hole Recordings’ sublabel, Force of Habit, was a massive hit with tastemakers the world over, especially with a certain Carl Cox who looped and danced to the track at clubbing hotspot The Brooklyn Mirage. And that’s not all; Cheyne’s list of supporters extends to Fatboy Slim, Oscar G, Cedric Gervais, David Guetta and Mark Knight As a DJ, infectious house beats are at the heart of all Cheyne Christian’s sets. He’s performed at
Somewhere NoWhere (NYC) and House of Hyde at SLS (Miami), and this year he’s back on tour
touching down at Mayfair and Devil May Care in Texas, and at WMC for the annual Juicy Music bash.
Back to Cheyne’s latest single, San Francisco-based song siren, IDA fLO elevates the magic that is ‘Spirit Release’. Her first dance music release came on Glasgow Underground Records in 2015 alongside CASSIMM, and she’s since gone on to be one the highest performing vocalists and songwriters in house music today.

Albums | Rod212 Shares New Single “Really Not Okay”

Posted by on February 7, 2023

Blurring the lines of hip-hop and R&B, Rod212 is a rising artist/producer born and raised in Chicago. In college, he stumbled upon a YouTube video of Soulja Boy making beats and spent that summer immersed in endless FruityLoops tutorial sessions. Motivated by the undeniable magnetism of Drake and the vivacious energy of Skrillex, he perused his late mother’s records for inspiration and coveted samples. As a producer, Rod212 crafted beats for other artists until he decided to compete as a lyricist and artist in his own right. Now with several well-received releases of his own under his belt, Rod212 is kicking off 2023 with a bang with the release of his brand-new single, “Really Not Okay”. The track is an instant earworm with its infectious hook and Rod212’s pulsating rap delivery and lyrical abilities on clear display. The track is boosted further by the lush vocals of featured artists Sal Ly and Rico Maz. With lyrics such as “I’m stronger now more than ever / I’m doing better / That’s right I’m doing okay”, the track’s universal lyrical themes will easily resonate with listeners. Elaborating further, Rod212 says, “It’s hard to let people know about our pain and the things we think are wrong. We want people to tell us everything is okay, but the truth is, sometimes it’s not okay. This song is for anyone who has experienced love and heartbreak.”


Albums | juuku & Ryan Nealon connect on “save u”

Posted by on September 22, 2022

Electronic music producer and DJ juuku is joining forces with singer-songwriter Ryan Nealon on their new collaboration “save u,” a heart-shattering single pulled from the official ‘Lost In Dreams 2022’ festival compilation, that is out now on Lost in Dreams Records. Partially emotional but also incredibly hard hitting, these two are the perfect yin and yang to each other’s sounds. The vocals are mellow, calming, and melancholy and the production is bold, fiery and in your face. The single arrives one week before juuku descends upon Downtown Las Vegas for the second annual Lost In Dreams festival. In celebration of the upcoming two-day lucid experience, the label has assembled the official ‘Lost In Dreams 2022’ compilation, a 22-track album showcasing essential tunes from artists slated to perform at the festival at the end of September, including juuku himself. If you’re in Vegas this weekend be sure to swing by the festival, and tune in to “save u” above now!

Chill, Electro | juuku & REMNANT.exe – searching

Posted by on February 16, 2022

“searching” is a seriously compelling and dominant new collaborative single by juuku and REMANANT.exe that will have you ready to rage! Coming hot off of Seven Lines new compilation Advent Volume 4 through their label Ophelia, the stacked 7 track release is filled with all sorts of upcoming talent. The compilation brings together some of the brightest future big names and provides strong sonic diversity in the melodic dance and dubstep space. Listen to “searching” by juuku and REMANNT.exe above now.

Hip-Hop | SUBSTANTIAL and KD FOXX team up for “Your Greatest Weapon”

Posted by on January 23, 2022

Maryland-born emcee, producer, and artist Substantial joins forces with KDFoxx for dope new collaboration called “Your Great Weapon.” If Legendary rapper/activist, Chuck D of Public Enemy refers to Substantial as “One of the great MCs of our time.” it’s clearly time for him to be on your radar as well if you’re not yet familiar with his music. Check out a quote from Substantial on the release below and stream his new single Your Great Weapon featuring KDFoxx avove!

Your Greatest Weapon is about self-empowerment and realizing that the most powerful weapon that we have is our voice.” Adding to Substantial’s quote, KDFoxx shares, “Music is the entity that forged angels. Sing a song only few will understand, and it shall be your greatest weapon.”

Electronic | Get Hyped on Autumn In June

Posted by on December 15, 2016

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Looking for a little story to go along with your music? Good because our boy, Autumn In June has quite the backstory. Born and raised in South Central LA, Autumn built his own DIY studio in his dad’s backyard using some 2×4’s and a little elbow grease. Having grown up in the heart of LA, AJ was brought up on a plethora of different styles of music and artists. In his most recent release, the wunderkind expertly layers golden piano chords and new wave strings with heavenly vocals and an upbeat 90s electro-funk beat. This kid is blowing up all over the place friends, don’t miss the hype train because it’s already halfway out of the station.