Bass, House | Birthdayy Partyy Kick It Old School With “Rewind”

Posted by on November 26, 2018

There’s a reason you keep seeing Birthdayy Partyy pop up so often on the site. They keep coming with the heat! They’ve done it again with their latest original called “Rewind” that’s been released as a free download, as well as through services like Spotify. This deep, bassy gem is the most clubby records from the brothers, further showing what genres they can successfully take on. “Rewind” is a catchy one, so be careful. Instead of rewinding, you just might have this one on repeat straight.

Bass, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy Rock Out On “Misery Business” Remix

Posted by on November 16, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy are truly out of control. These twins are unstoppable and since launching this year, they’ve dropped over twenty records. Their originals have been incredible and their remixes are among the best you’ll find. They’ve generally done more popular throwbacks in the vein of pop, hip-hop etc. but now they’re channeling their emo phase for a flip of Paramore. Birthdayy Partyy’s “Misery Business” is all pleasure with a strong midtempo style akin to the likes of Rezz. Don’t be surprised if it crops up in a set of hers in the future. Lastly, grab this one cause it’s a free download!

Dubstep, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy & RaceCarBed Collide For 2 Chainz Remix

Posted by on October 10, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy came in with another hot release, this time in company with the duo RaceCarBed. This adds yet another epic flip to an already stellar pile by the Chicago brothers. Dubstep isn’t something we always see from them, but when they do decide to turn up the bass to maximum gnarliness, it’s a nice shift. Grab the free download and stay tuned for more from both acts as they continue to take over 2018.

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Bass, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy Get Fancy With “Suit & Tie” Remix

Posted by on September 26, 2018

The Birthdayy Partyy boys are back with not only another remix, but another Justin Timberlake remix. After the release of their take on “Sexy Back” months ago, they just couldn’t pass up the urge to take on JT again. This time around they dapper up by taking on “Suit & Tie” and bring it into the world of electro. Packed with bass, this heater is just what we need to transition from the crazy Summer festival season into the Fall tour schedule. Speaking of shows, look out for Birthdayy Partyy as they have locked in a few shows this Fall and Winter! Don’t miss out.

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.