Posted by VMan on November 15, 2016
Odd Mob strikes back with a new single entitled “Down For Love” graced with newcomer Helen’s catchy vocals. This time, the duo comprised of Robbie and Harry delivers a track fusing Hip Hop and Future Bass. In fact, Odd Mob is constantly on the lookout for new sonorities to play around with, continually developing and growing their own sound. Would it be their 90’s throwback ‘Into You feat. Starley’, which dominated the ARIA club chart at #1 for a record 7 weeks, their Indian influenced track “Origin” or their bass heavy “Gassed Up”, Robbie and Harry are relentlessly experimenting with all of what music has to offer.
“We’re both huge fans of rap/hip-hop in general and basically started playing around with this old sampled drum beat. The whole track built itself around that in no time at all. It’s definitely one of our cleanest/tightest productions to date! We never set any boundaries when we hop in the studio so we’re always making stuff that sounds nothing like what we’ve made before. I mean, back in the day, songwriters only had access to a certain number of sounds, whether it be their guitar/drums or whatever analogue synth they happened to own. Nowadays we can literally use any sound in the whole world, so it just makes sense for us to always be making different music and experimenting with different sounds.” – Odd Mob
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Posted by BIGLIFE on November 15, 2016
You might have heard of Marc Raziano (Razz) from his break out “Overthinking” single featuring Aviella. Or his “Break The Rules” remix that racked up over 1 million plays on Youtube. Or, you might even have heard his latest Blink 182 “What’s My Age” again remix. It’s that consistent quality output that made us want to sit down the NY based producer and rising DJ to learn more about his inspirations, sound, and plans for 2017. Hit the jump to read our exclusive interview with Razz below.
Posted by APM on November 10, 2016
Australian producer Litche, aka Sam Litchfield, is ready to share his new single “Will You” — a soft, mesmerising piece of electronica featuring the gorgeous vocals of Loui Abell. Litche says “This song came about when me and my friend Loui got together in June and had a jam in my bedroom studio, he came in and said that he had this vocal line stuck in his head, so we recorded some vocal ideas and some guitar riffs that Loui had, then began layering percussion samples and synths.” The organic process definitely shows in the track, as Litche has created a masterpiece. Though simple, all the elements shine through, making “Will You” a track you need to hear.
Posted by VMan on September 12, 2016
Fox Stevenson is one artist with phenomenal longevity. The dude has been promoting his music since around 2012, which is basically ancient history in electronic music years. He’s been on huge labels including Firepower Records, Disciple Records, Spinnin’ Records, and more. He decided again to go with Disciple Records with this one -a fitting choice given the sound.
“Rocket” by Fox Stevenson not only features sick dirty guitar riffs, but throws down with huge, sick basslines that are both melodic and heavy. Fox Stevenson always puts out gold, “Rocket” is another notch in the belt. An original masterpiece.
Posted by VMan on June 23, 2016
White Cliffs is definitely someone to keep on your radar in 2016. After climbing up the HypeM charts with his remix of Alex Care’s “Too Close,” and making his festival DJ debut at EDC New York and Mysteryland, Brooklyn based producer White Cliffs presents his newest project, a flawless melodic / bass crossover remix of Abby Diamond’s “Good”. Having played jazz guitar and piano before getting involved in producing, White Cliffs is able to put a unique touch on his original music using these elements to his advantage. We were able to sit down with him after he rocked the Silent Disco at Mysteryland and speak on his evolving sound, creative process and pre-show rituals. Expect a lot of exciting projects coming from White Cliffs in the near future!
Posted by jewcebox on June 20, 2016
There’s no denying that Justin Jay is killing it. He’s already unveiled the first three parts of his debut album, and now, we’ve got a glimpse of the fourth courtesy of Lee Foss’ Repopulate Mars label. “Climbing Trees” has been making the rounds on the Internet for a while now, ever since Justin debuted it in his live sets on his “Fantastic Voyage” tour – and for good reason. The record is undeniably huge, as it expertly toes the line between dark, brooding warehouse heater and lighthearted summer jam. Josh Taylor’s airy vocals offer a noticeable counterpart to Benny Bridges’ heavy guitar licks and Justin’s expertly crafted basslines.