Electronic | SNSES – ‘Cycles’ ft. Karra

Posted by on May 15, 2020

On letting go, SNSES chronicles a story of empowerment and moving on in his “Cycles” featuring Karra. The uplifting indie electronic tune is out today, Friday, May 15.

A track once sitting as a sweet demo birthed itself into the music world after just one studio session. Chalked up to synergy and skill, “Cycles” is the beautiful brainchild of SNSES, the California based creative making twinkly, inspiring sound. An ode to breaking past toxic phases of life, “Cycles” aims to encourage listeners to rise up against ultimately unhealthy relationships. Featuring a mirage of dance music and breezy pop elements, “Cycles” featuring Karra is SNSES at his best.

Albums | “Could” HOAX Blow This Band Up?

Posted by on May 31, 2019

Self titled ’empathy pop’ band HOAX released a new indie-alternative rock single called “Could” and it’s the first piece of music from the group in over a year. Quite an exciting for the rising act as this is the first single off their debut album, b? “Could” is one of the catchiest rock songs I’ve heard in a while, and it is so warm. HOAX’s project, b?, took two years to create and follows the narratives of 13 different characters that have been thrown together in the aftermath of an otherworldly series of events. Stream HOAX’s new single above now and stay tuned for their debut LP b? due out soon enough.

Indie | Get To Know PHIL GOOD With His Debut “Sleeping In”

Posted by on October 6, 2016

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LA-based PHIL GOOD is certainly making a splash with his very first song, “Sleeping In.” As someone who’s been compared to names like Miike Snow and Glass Animals, one could imagine that he has something special, and he’s proving that point on his debut. For this song, PHIL GOOD teamed up with Trevor Dahl from Cheat Codes to blend his own style with Trevor’s, making for a fun, bouncy track that features a foundation of catchy percussion to support the synth melodies, bass stabs, and of course, the PHIL GOOD vocals.

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Chill | Discover Duo Oceans And Their New Single “Cold Ain’t For Me”

Posted by on October 6, 2016

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“Cold Ain’t For Me” is the first single for Oceans, the British-Danish duo who met at a writing camp, and took their talents to the next level.  Opting for a tropical/indie dance vibe, Oceans’ debut single is an ode to the end of the summer, cause cold ain’t for them, and it ain’t for me either. Now if only we could control the weather, cause it’s one thing to sing it, but it’s another to make it happen. Feel the sunny vibes, and stream “Cold Ain’t For Me” on Spotify!

Buy/stream: Oceans – Cold Ain’t For Me

Girl Fire | Listen to Colette Carr’s New Club Smash “Get Dumb”

Posted by on September 1, 2016

Colette Carr and Ben Frank Dinero of the New Boyz collaborate on club ready indie pop smash “Get Dumb” – a perfect electric track for the end of summer. In “Get Dumb” Colette and Ben paint a picture of after-party life. This is the second time Colette Carr and Ben Frank Dinero have worked together, since their first track: HAM (which has over 1 million views). If you’re not familiar with Colette, it’s time you got to know her!

Chill | Chris Avantgarde “All Of The Lights” Is A Chill Hybrid You Shouldn’t Miss

Posted by on August 29, 2016

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Signed to one of the edgiest labels if modern electronic music, Chris Avantgarde released “All Of The Lights” on Insomniac Records; and it seems to be match made in heaven.

Drums here are undeniably refreshing, causing the mind to be more open to enjoying the next moments that follow – which totally satisfy – conveying this blend of house, indie and pop.

Chris Avantgarde has had close interactions with the likes of Hannah Wants, Anna Lunoe, Chocolate Puma, Crookers, Claude von Stroke and more. Regarding past releases, Chris Avantgarde released on Dirtybird Records. He brings an all-in-one chill experience that touches more than he is getting credit for currently, I believe this will change in the next several months.

House, Remix | EDX’s “Missing” Gets The Remix Treatment From Joe Stone and Nytron

Posted by on May 25, 2016

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Most dance music fans, even the casual ones, have heard EDX’s original, “Missing.” The track, which was released earlier this year, has gone on to garner over 8 million plays online and counting, on its way to becoming one of the biggest dance tracks of the year. The talented Swiss producer has continued to push the record, as he’s enlisted the Netherlands-based Joe Stone and Brazil’s Nytron to deliver two impressive remixes of his chart-topping original. First up is Joe Stone, who infuses the track with soaring piano riffs and a groovy bassline sure to tear up the dance floor. Hot on Stone’s heels is Nytron, who showcases his left-leaning, indie dance style with slick guitar work and heavy synth stabs on his remix. The remix pack is now available to buy/stream on online retailers.