Electronic | GhostDragon Drops His Highly Anticipated ‘Strangers Again’ EP

Posted by on June 11, 2021

After releasing smash hit singles including “On My Phone” and “Meaning To,” California-based star GhostDragn finally unveils his Strangers Again EP in full. Featuring 6 highly emotive tracks chronicling love lost and the process of moving on, Strangers Again is GhostDragon at his musical best.

On the EP, the creative says the following: “My extended EP of ‘Strangers Again’ is a collection of collaborations in which the vocalists and I have challenged ourselves to take on a reflective journey this past year. Each song represents a person, who we may know, wanting adoration expressed in different forms at various stages of a relationship. Throughout my songwriting & production process, I’ve been reminiscing the times I had with this special person in my life. It’s frustrating that I’m unable to win her back after many years of knowing this person for so long. The only thing I could do is to accept that we’ll just be unknown acquaintances again. I hope listeners could relate to this EP after a year of being ‘bottled up’ and ‘overthinking’ at home.”

Albums | Tisoki Drops Brand New ‘Promise’ EP via Dim Mak

Posted by on April 10, 2020

Fluctuating between melodic soundscapes and heavy stick-to-your-rib beats, Tisoki’s Promise is an experimental spin on modern bass music. Led by the titular track “Promise,” featuring emerging talent LiL Lotus and Tisoki’s subsequent VIP reworking, the genre-fluid offering mixes elements of hip hop, emo, trap, and bass music into a cohesive stew, filled with heavy emotion and unwavering darkness. 

This EP perfectly captures the direction I want my music to go. I feel like all of these records come together to create the next chapter of the ‘Tisoki’ sound. Collaborating with the vocalists across all of these records was a pleasure and a big learning curve for me and I’m super excited to see where this goes next.” – Tisoki

Bass | Birthdayy Partyy Celebrate Festival Season With “Confess”

Posted by on June 18, 2018

The Birthdayy Partyy twins are back again with another release. They’ve been on a remix train, but have gotten off to switch back over to originals. Following up their Spring Awakening music festival set, they’re dropping their collaboration “Confess” with Raddix. As far as festival tracks go, this should be at the top of your playlsits. Birthdayy Partyy’s energetic sound comes out hot in full force, pushing bass heavy sounds like never before. It’s an incredible record that gets better the more you listen to it. And it’s a free download!

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Chill, Future Trap | Mickey Valen – Meet Me (SEMLR Remix) ft Noé

Posted by on January 5, 2017

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I loved the original of this Mickey Valen song, but SEMLR put a interesting twist on it that really stood out too me. Help this artist out by heading over to his soundcloud and giving him a vote for the remix contest.

Tropical House | Madden – Alive (SEMLR Remix)

Posted by on October 19, 2016

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This is the second big tune from this guy SEMLR that I have just absolutely loved. He took the original and added a completely different tropical vibe with a melody that just gets me vibing. Keep an eye/ear out for this artist, I think we’ll be seeing alot more of his name in the future.

Electronic, House | Apocalypto Drops Booming New Track, “Move That Ass”

Posted by on September 8, 2016

Vicious Recordings isn’t a new name on the block if you’re into House music, especially EDM music that comes from down under. Their latest release is titled “Move That Ass” by Apocalypto and it will have you doing just as the title hints at! Apocalypto isn’t just an awesome movie, it is also the name of a rising artist who deserves more recognition and it starts here! Listen to “Move That Ass” below now.

Dubstep | Trivecta’s “Labyrinth” Boasts Some Of The Best Cinematic Bass Can Offer

Posted by on August 8, 2016

With an almost My Chemical Romance like intro, Trivecta creates an experimental, rough-around-the-edges, semi-emo bass track that will surely capture a wide span of electronic music fans across EDM scene, via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)”. Video game fans will dig this, bass heads will love it, those who enjoy a cinematic-like quality to their tunes, right there with them.

The Trivecta trip captures via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)” is a mecca of detail, strong design, and a little bit of indescribable magic that strikes during peak intensity with this one. Trivecta is not to be messed with.