Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Boogies Down With New Mario Remix

Posted by on August 14, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have been unrelenting since their January launch of this year. At this point they’re closing in on having released twenty singles this year already and they show no sign of slowing down. This week they continue to party on with their take on “Let Me Love You” by Mario. The classic 2004 chart topper got a bass-driven facelift thanks to these two talented brothers. They take a bit of a deeper approach for a club-friendly sound for yet another epic tune. Enjoy this one and get ready for more soon!

Bass | HVDES Announces Upcoming EP With Dark Single

Posted by on August 8, 2018

HVDES has quickly made her dark mark on the dance music scene. Her bass-booming tracks are totally her own, unique from what most everyone else is doing and that’s just why she stuck out to me. It’s been a bit since we’ve heard an original from her, but now she’s back in action. Her single “What The Devil Does” is as dark and epic as it sounds. Not only do we get this free download, but it comes with the news of her debut EP that will be coming out on Kannibalen Records!

Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Take On Deadmau5 & Rob Swire With New Remix

Posted by on July 30, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy keeps the heat going strong in 2018 with another amazing remix. Instead of dipping back in time for another throwback, they’ve flipped Deadmau5 and Rob Swire’s “Monophobia” that just came out earlier this month. The twins show undoubtedly why they deserve your attention with this remix. They’ve got a ton of great tracks, but this one sticks out as one of their best. I wouldn’t be surprised if Deadmau5 and Rob themselves give this one some love and praise. It’s that good.

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Bass | Birthdayy Partyy Get Funky With “Freestylin'”

Posted by on July 16, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy always deliver top quality dance tracks. Fun isn’t something they skimp on when it comes to their records, but their latest may be their funnest – and funkiest – yet. “Freestylin'” sees the twin brothers drop down the BPMs for a midtempo electro original with just the right amount of groove and retro influences. They’ve cleared fifteen releases this year already and show no signs of slowing down. If there’s one act that’s doing 2018 right, it’s Birthdayy Partyy.

Future Funk | Kaptain Delivers New Anthem “Empty Without Music”

Posted by on July 11, 2018

Kaptain’s EP, The Practice of Letting Go, has been on its way to the world one single at a time for a few weeks now. Today the full project comes out with the last full single being revealed. The collaboration with Brodie and Willdabeast on “Empty Without Music” pretty much sums up how most, if not all, of us feel. His chilled out anthem is all you could want from a future funk record and it closes out the full EP quite nicely with its fresh sound. Make sure to check out The Practice of Letting Go in full on Spotify or Apple music!

Bass, Electro | Birthdayy Partyy Drop Fan Favorite Fergie Remix

Posted by on July 2, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have a ton of high quality remixes, but there’s one that really got things popping at their EDC Las Vegas debut, as well as Spring Awakening. That was “London Bridge” by Fergie, but instead of its poppy 2006 form, the brothers updated it into a breakbeat beast. As has become custom, the boys dropped this one as a free download. Think of it as your Summer gift and enjoy it in your party playlists for the rest of the season! This is a throwback done right.

Chill, Future Funk | Kaptain Continues Unveiling His EP With “Perspectral”

Posted by on June 20, 2018

Kaptain has been someone that we’ve followed for years and he always to manages to outdo himself. From transforming his sound to what it is today while continuing to hone his creative abilities, he’s a true testament to artistry. It’s been a while since we’ve had an EP from him and since the release of the first single “Your Every Move” we’ve been excited for what’s to come. The second piece of his EP, The Practice of Letting Go, is here in the form of “Perspectral” in collaboration with guitarist Jarrod Guaderrama. Simply put, it’s among his best work and if you haven’t dove through his catalog before, you need to.