Chill, Electronic | Niko? Blank Flips Coyote Kisses Into Future Bass Gold

Posted by on January 6, 2017

I hadn’t heard any prior releases by the up and coming producer Niko Blank, but this was a really great first impression. Putting a huge future bass take on Coyote Kisses collaborative single “Waiting For You“ featuring Madison Love, this record is unmistakably a hit. Don’t sleep on Mr. Blank!

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.

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Electronic | Villms Creates Feel-Good Future Bass Remix Of Steve James’s “Renaissance”

Posted by on December 5, 2016

Up-and-coming DJ/producer Villms takes a shot at remixing Steve James’s “Renaissance”, he’s on to something. The solo producer has relatable story – he’s single, young, an undergrad, essentially a bedroom producer, and has a mad passion to get his music out there and climb the ranks.

“Renaissance Ft. Clairity (Villms Remix)” takes the hit song and adds smooth future bass chords and high pitched vocals within the drop, as well as fresh drums attached to the original throughout. The elements are common in 2016, but undoubtedly enhance the vibe of the original.

Villms doesn’t look to be slowing anytime soon, catch more of his new music in 2017 and enjoy his latest remix above.

Chill | Stockholm’s Yum Dazzles With His “Started” Single

Posted by on November 30, 2016

YUM, a 21 year old producer, has a bright future ahead. The Stockholm native makes his FreshNewTracks.com debut today with a brand new original titled “Started” that knocked our socks off. YUM caught fire a few months ago with a Tove Lo “Cool Girl” remix that was re-posted by Tove Lo. Combining acoustic and experimental electronic elements, “Started” features the vocals of Simon Jonasson, who’s also a Stockholm native. Ear catching and atmospheric “Started” is a single we’ll have on repeats for weeks to come. Make sure you keep an eye on this rising artist.

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Future Trap | Listen To This Awesome “What’s My Age Again” Remix By Razz

Posted by on November 6, 2016

Blink 182. What can you say that hasn’t already been said. A legendary pop-punk band that every angry teenager in middle school listened to. Their 1999 “What’s My Age” again hit was the lead single off their famed “Enema of the State” album. and became one of the biggest hits of the late 90’s. FreshNewTracks.com favorite resurrects the 90’s hit, remixing “What’s My Age Again” into a massive future bass cut that will have you hitting play for weeks to come. Building on the success of his recent “Overthinking” single featuring Aviella (which we love) Razz continues to make a name for himself in the blog space with pithy remixes and quality originals.

Make sure you grab it for free download below.

DOWNLOAD: Blink 182 – What’s My Age Again (Razz Remix)

Future Trap | EGZOD and CROIX’s “Need You Forever” Delivers On Epic Future Bass

Posted by on November 3, 2016

EGZOD and CROIX are a force to be reckoned with, they are also not the only duo involved in this release. Tribal Trap and Fated Records approved of the sound to an extent that they decided to team up on the single. With that said, “Need You Forever” delivers serious power add a satisfying, fluid rate.

“Need You Forever” delivers many classic future bass elements but in a construct, rhythm, and pattern that is just fresh and appealing to the brain.

Just when you think the song delivered everything it could, the second drop hits in just takes it to that epic, euphoric, “you’ve dropped everything and been fully absorbed by the track” feeling – damn that’s nice.

The two elements that EGZOD and CROIX have in common are that they both produce a wide spectrum of sounds, but have a common thread that you can sense between them all, the two together was a nice experiment that played out just right, definitely fusing the best to both artists here.