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.

Chill, Future Trap | Dillon Francis – Anywhere (SEMLR Remix)

Posted by on December 11, 2016

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Wow what a huge remix by SEMLR! With Flumey/whatsonot future synths and a groovy drop, this one is not to miss.

Electronic | XVII Delivers Powerful Remix Of Flumes “Some Minds”

Posted by on June 3, 2015

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XVII is back right off the release of his last track “Anax” the hard-hitting original trap tune everyone and their mom heard. Today he has dropped his version of Flumes “Some Minds” and it is beyond epic. This pretty much sounds like what we wish flume had done. With heavy hard-hitting synth, bass and horns this track will simply blow your mind. The 19-year-old LA native has really created something special here, with the help of vocals by Andrew Wyatt and XVII’s signature future trap sound you will most likely have this one on repeat.

Free Download: Flume – Some Minds (XVII Remix)


Future House, Glitch | Sam Smith – Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)

Posted by on April 6, 2015


He’s back. After a hiatus from the interwebs Flume returns with a massive (can’t be understated) reintroduction to the scene he curated. This track is full of teasing beaks, unexpected futuristic bass line drops, and a hazy outro – it literally dives in from every direction. Flume enthusiasts won’t be disappointed by this, rather they’ll be taken down a nostalgic path to original productions by the tastemaker. Scope out to see if he’s coming to a town near you this summer – he’s not one to be missed.

Electronic | Hermitude – Ukiyo

Posted by on April 17, 2014

The legendary Australian electronic-meets-hip-hop duo Hermitude dropped this brand new track titled “Ukiyo” yesterday in anticipation of their upcoming next album release. It’s honestly just a really nice, different, refreshing sort of sound, the kind that you want to hear all day long because it keeps your blood pumping and your spirits high. I’m getting excited just thinking about an entire album featuring this sort of style. While you might recognize these guys from that infamous Flume remix, which I have to admit is in fact one of my favorite tracks of all time, do take the time to check these guys out as artists, it’ll be worth your time.


Trap | RL Grime & What So Not – Tell Me

Posted by on March 7, 2014

All the What So Not collaborations we’ve seen hinted at across social media the past couple weeks following the Aussie festival season and prefacing the American one are *finally* coming to light. But even before the release of this RL Grime and WSN love child, it was pretty obvious that this would be a huge track, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Remember how that “Jaguar” track made you feel a very special type of way? Well this one is like that, but times 10. Each drop gets bigger and bigger throughout the song, so much so that I’m embarrassed to even be listening to this off my laptop as these speakers can hardly do it justice. Hopefully you can do better – like, this much better.

FREE DOWNLOAD: RL Grime & What So Not – Tell Me


Posted by on January 9, 2014


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All the music that I listened to throughout the last 12 months enough to make me sick but somehow didn’t. The fields of music brought a bountiful yield in 2013 which allowed listeners like me to tune into more genres and artists than I could ever imagine. In order to cover all my necessary bases, I’ve drafted quite a comprehensive list (or two) missing prety much only anything Jennifer Lawrence related although if all the things she said this year were songs then they would 100% have made it on my list as well.

So, let the countdown, BEGIN!