Bass | Crankdat Shares Impressive Remix Of Matoma & MAGIC!’s Single “Girl At Coachella”

Posted by on June 2, 2017

Crankdat has been in ‘beast mode’ for about a year and a half now, delivering one great remix after the next. His latest is an official remix for none other than Matoma who has been crushing the Spotify game with his sun-kissed singles like “Girl At Coachella” with MAGIC! and featuring D.R.A.M. This seems to be the last remix Crankdat is putting out before his debut original solo single which everyone in the dance music community has been patiently waiting for. There’s a lot of hype around this kid, but each time he puts out a new track he seems to justify it and then some. He dishes out two styles in his “Girl At Coachella” remix, delivering a bass-fueled drop to lead things off before giving fans a melodic second drop to cap it all off. Well done Mr. Crankdat. Stay tuned for more from this 20-year-old. He’s crushing the game and is only getting started.

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.

Mix | Founder of BABËL New York makes DJ Debut

Posted by on June 24, 2016

 

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As the founder and creative mind behind BABËL, Wael Mechri-Yver brings a fresh perspective to nightlife with experience-driven events that are both transformative and spellbinding. Naturally, his passion for art, music and culture has led him to his newest project, WAÏ, a transcendent, sultry approach to house music. Each beat of his debut two hour mix breaths inspiration and innovation. Energized by his experiences at Burning Man and adventures around the globe, WAÏ is compelled to fulfill a vision: to build a community of open souls from diverse cultures and tribes united through the power of music, creativity and the pursuit of magic.

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Pop | Calypso’s debut single “Numbered” leaves us hungry for more

Posted by on May 11, 2016

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‘Numbered’ is the first taste of Calypso’s debut four-track EP, and if this is anything to go by, we are certainly in for a treat. The Tasmanian artist’s beautiful voice perfectly compliments the piano/guitar based melody to create a track that is melodic, uplifting, yet also upbeat. From the artist herself: “The story behind ‘Numbered’ is quite obvious through the lyrics in the song; it’s about the struggle between two people as their love for each other is coming to an end – the painful experience of wanting to keep somebody close, but knowing that you will eventually have to let go.” This story is beautifully told throughout the track, with the closing sax line being the cherry on top. Check out “Numbered” now and be sure to follow Calypso as we’re sure she has some magic coming our way soon.

House | Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Unveils Brand New Original On Rinse FM Residency

Posted by on October 5, 2015


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Underground dance music would not be where it is now without Rinse FM. Since its inception in 1994, Rinse FM has gone on to champion UK-centric dance music and artists like Shadow Child, Skream, Kode9, amongst others. This month, Rinse FM has been hosting Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for a special month long residency radio show, and he just used the second episode of the mix to unveil one of his biggest surprises – his first original since his debut album, Trouble, dropped over three years ago. Starting at the 1:36:00 mark of the mix, you can hear Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaur’s signature house groove, as he weaves a pulsing bass line into heady percussion arrangements and his very own vocals on his brand new original. Check it out above, and make sure to keep an eye out for more magic out of the UK legend.

Playlists | FNT’s Best of TomorrowWorld Day 2

Posted by on September 23, 2015

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With only two days to go until TomorrowWorld officially kicks off, our excitement level is at an all-time high. The lineup is settled and the set times have been released, and the SFX-produced festival is locking down all of the final components of the festival – including the brand new festival map that has just been released. For those who can’t make the trek to Chattahoochee Hills, TomorrowWorld has also announced the return of the T-Mobile-hosted live stream, so you can capture the magic of TomorrowWorld from your couch all weekend long. Whether you will be in the heart of the festival, or watching TomorrowWorld online, we’ve put together our picks for the best of TomorrowWorld Day 2, showcasing sets by dirtybird mainstays like Justin Jay and Justin Martin, big room icons like Hardwell, Thomas Newson, and Bingo Players, bass maestros like Bassnectar, Slander, and Bixel Boys, and rising names like Lauren Lane and Oliver. You can peep the playlist above, and find everyone’s set times below the jump.

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Nu Disco | Jerry Folk Takes Years & Years’ “Desire” Into Space With New Remix

Posted by on August 31, 2015


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With the release of Communion in the rearview mirror, Years & Years has been the subject of plenty of remixes this summer. Frontman Olly Alexander’s pop croons provide the perfect vocals for a talented producer to come in and work some magic, and the UK-based electronica band has already been remixed by the likes of Gryffin, Zac Samuel, and more, and today, Norway’s Jerry Folk has unveiled his remix of Years & Years’ “Desire.” Folk is no stranger to indie remixes, as his remix of Oh Wonder’s “Lose It” topped the Hype Machine charts on its way to 4.5 million plays in less than a year, and his “Desire” remix is a lesson in nu-disco. Disco-tinged synth stabs combine with electro-infused basslines and subtle percussions accents to give Folk’s remix a decidedly 70s feel.

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