Dubstep | Hairitage’s “They’re Overthrown” Revive’s A Classic Dubstep Feel

Posted by on October 29, 2016

Hairitage is a man of many faces, but one thing is for certain. The dude knows how to slay the game when it comes to quality bass. His latest original “They’re Overthrown,” which was picked up by Trapstyle (a channel with 111K following), combines a handful of classic dubstep elements with a modern feel like few others can capture. “They’re Overthrown” features mid-20th century movie audio clips, a cinematic/melodic feel to the drop, and contains serious substance in the intro, bridge and ending.

A quick look at Hairitage’s SoundCloud shows the guy has been in the game for quite some time, releasing a handful and originals on his own. “They’re Overthrown” showcases the solo artist is pushing the limits and trying to take his game next level, expanding the variety of sounds he produces.

Electronic | JVLY’s debut single “Unravel” is hauntingly beautiful

Posted by on August 10, 2016

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“Unravel” is the impressive debut single from a singer, songwriter, and producer who goes by the name JVLY. Based out of Sydney, Australia, JVLY gives us an intro into his chilled, atmospheric, electronic sound. JVLY says that the track is “about a search for solace, capturing a strange state of mind that’s somewhere between curious and aware. It questions morality and what we place importance on as humans.” The track is beautiful from start to finish, and JVLY’s soothing vocals really bring out the delicate instrumental of the piece. “Unravel” is definitely worth checking out, and I’m sure you’ll be looking forward to JVLY’s future releases as much as I am!

Dubstep | Trivecta’s “Labyrinth” Boasts Some Of The Best Cinematic Bass Can Offer

Posted by on August 8, 2016

With an almost My Chemical Romance like intro, Trivecta creates an experimental, rough-around-the-edges, semi-emo bass track that will surely capture a wide span of electronic music fans across EDM scene, via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)”. Video game fans will dig this, bass heads will love it, those who enjoy a cinematic-like quality to their tunes, right there with them.

The Trivecta trip captures via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)” is a mecca of detail, strong design, and a little bit of indescribable magic that strikes during peak intensity with this one. Trivecta is not to be messed with.

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Pop | Xavier Dunn Releases “Straight On Till Morning”

Posted by on June 30, 2016

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That intro on Xavier Dunn’s new record “Straight On Till Morning” just makes me want to yell “wooo!!,” it’s feel good, and hypnotic. We’ve come to know Xavier Dunn with his “take your breath away” covers, and his transition into original territory, all while maintaining those feels, has been done so impeccably. The production on this bad boy is straight sex, and the vocals will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Go on Xavier, this is a must listen!

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Electronic | Slander Raises the Bar with Brand New Remix

Posted by on May 31, 2016

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Four months after Slander drops their iconic track “Breathe”, the duo follows up with a euphoric remix of Kill The Noise’s “Kill It 4 The Kids.” The track is introduced by a beautifully reminiscent piano bit, which quickly transforms into an empowered build-up. Chopped vocals accompanied by a familiar lead in the background drive up the energy of this track leading into a drop that can only be described as “Dirty.” Slander has proven once again that they have become a master of high-energy production… and with this latest remix, they don’t disappoint.

“For this song we wanted to create a dynamic piece with a subtle intro building up into the heavier side of our style. We hope you guys enjoy it! Massive thank you to Kill The Noise and OWSLA for this opportunity.” – Slander

Deep House | Dutch Duo East & Young Turn Ears Up With “Elevate”

Posted by on December 17, 2015

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Dutch production duo East & Young are turning ears up with an all new single “Elevate”, or should we say elevating ears. The piano-driven tune is suitable for dance-floors far and wide, as it builds slowly from the intro and breaks out into a sonic climax complete with booming drums and layered melodies. “Elevate” is out now.

Albums, Hip-Hop, RnB | Dylan Reese’s Debut Project ‘SILK’ is a MUST Listen For R&B Fans

Posted by on December 3, 2015

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For the last few months you may have caught some of Dylan’s creative Medleys on FNT and more recently the singles off his debut project SILK. The project comes after two years of curating his sound and working around the clock to better position himself in the industry.

When we checked in with Dylan, the Massachusetts native explained music is all he does; “I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t go out and party. I do music.” When he isn’t working on his own music he is engineering for locals out of Massachusetts and helping other’s get to where they want to get in their careers.

SILK is truly a complete project; when listening to the project all the way through each song flows into the next perfectly with the outros playing perfectly in to the intro of the next song. There are some serious stand out tracks on this project such as Flex On U featuring Futuristic, which is more of a hip hop banger, but if you want to slow it down throw it on Little Things or Ironic.

The project is available on iTunes for $6.99, but you can listen for free on Spotify or even grab it all for free on SoundCloud.

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