Future Trap | Rubayne Teams Up With EthanUno For Emotional Anthem “Hear Me Now”

Posted by on October 16, 2020

Joining forces together for the third time, power duo Rubayne and EthanUno are back, this time showcasing their talents on emotional gem “Hear Me Now.” The explosive yet intricate song is an ode to a friend of theirs and beloved producer in the community, Folded Dragons

“‘Hear Me Now’ is, for me, more of a moment than a record. It was my way of commemorating and even speaking to my friend Albert Pan, who passed away last year. I owe him a lot musically; as he was a massive inspiration, a hell of a producer, and a great friend. This track is a way of expressing my thank you to him and paying homage to his legacy,” explains EthanUno, while Rubayne adds: “It resembles an ode to a friend who helped and inspired me and many others with his music, knowledge and kindness. In response to his passing, this song shows my appreciation for every soul he brightened.”

“Hear Me Now” is coming to digital platforms via tastemaker label Killabite Media. A soothing atmosphere and washed-out guitar melodies introduce the sonic journey, before a heavenly drop takes over, filled with bright synths, vocal chops and gritty bass undertones. “It hurt to see you go, knowing you will never know everything you did for me. I know that you hear me now,” read EthanUno’s heartfelt lyrics, wrapping up the story on a positive note. 

Future Trap, Pop | Mel Ody And Arielle Minx Release Stunning “Feeling Good” Cover

Posted by on August 6, 2020

Mel Ody is keeping up the pace in 2020 with yet another bright release, adding to his ever-expanding catalog of songs that masterfully combine orchestral and electronic elements. Marking his debut on Killabite Media, the Greek producer has enlisted Canadian singer/songwriter Arielle Minx to showcase his own spin on “Feeling Good”, an undisputed classic that has been covered by the likes of Muse and Michael Bublé, as well as electronic acts such as NGHTMRE & Slander, and the late Avicii.

Throughout the duration of the infectious track, Mel Ody showcases his knack for orchestral elements perfectly, combining brass stabs and string melodies with gritty basslines and hard-knocking drums. Arielle Minx’s vocal lines work perfectly on top of Mel Ody’s playful instrumental, making up for a catchy and uplifting result.

I’ve been loving this song since I was a kid and tried to recreate it many times; the production I came up with along with the stunning performance by Arielle Minx felt really special to me,” explained Mel Ody. “I feel like it offers a vibe of hope and happiness, something we all need in our life right now. My vision of blending electronic and orchestral sounds combined with deep and meaningful lyrics has never been stronger, I’m very excited to show the world what I have to offer, and this is just the start. Hope you enjoy it!