Electronic | Get Hyped on Autumn In June

Posted by on December 15, 2016

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Looking for a little story to go along with your music? Good because our boy, Autumn In June has quite the backstory. Born and raised in South Central LA, Autumn built his own DIY studio in his dad’s backyard using some 2×4’s and a little elbow grease. Having grown up in the heart of LA, AJ was brought up on a plethora of different styles of music and artists. In his most recent release, the wunderkind expertly layers golden piano chords and new wave strings with heavenly vocals and an upbeat 90s electro-funk beat. This kid is blowing up all over the place friends, don’t miss the hype train because it’s already halfway out of the station.

House | Abraham Tilbury Releases First Taste of Upcoming EP

Posted by on July 6, 2016

Australian singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Abraham Tilbury just released ‘Morphine’, his latest single and just the first taste of his upcoming ‘Knife EP’. Featuring hauntingly chill piano arrangements, warm vocals, and an overall uplifting atmosphere, ‘Morphine’ is a must listen! Rumor has it that Abraham will be supporting Golden Vessel in Melbourne, so be sure to check it out if you’re in that area – but for now check out ‘Morphine’. We look forward to hearing the ‘Knife EP’ in the coming months!


Remix | FNT Premiere: White Cliffs Remixes Abby Diamond’s “Good”

Posted by on June 23, 2016

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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!


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

House | Felix Jaehn and Hitimpulse Join Forces For “Cut The Cord”

Posted by on May 23, 2016


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It’s no shocker that Felix Jaehn is a mastermind in the tropical house genre. The German producer became instantly famous when he released his reggae, pop-infused remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” last summer, which skyrocketed to the #1 spot on iTunes charts in over 55 countries. Suddenly bestowed with a huge international fan base, Felix was prepared to maintain that energy by showing off his musical dynamism by working with some of most talented producers and artists in the industry. Just last month, his pop-infused single “Can’t Go Home” with powerhouse artists Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert demonstrated the 21-year-old producer’s effortless ability to cross through genres and step outside his comfort zone.

Now, Felix Jaehn returns to once again surprise us with another genre-defying gem. His newest track “Cut The Cord” with Berlin-based producer Hitimpulse is a bouncy, evocative tune that highlights a fusion of rolling piano scales, thick synths, and a punching breakbeat rhythm.

Listen to the track below or find it here.

Electronic | Listen to Australian producer Husky’s new summertime jam

Posted by on April 13, 2016

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Australian house producer Husky takes us into summer with his latest single “Stars”, featuring UK singer/songwriter Official Nancie. From the artist: “I loved Nancie’s tone, strength and melodic runs, so I knew we could create something special together” – and they seriously did just that. “Stars”. Husky’s chilled piano chords and Official Nancie’s vocals work together perfectly, creating something that is great for the dance floor as well as a day out on the beach. Just incase you didn’t take my word for it, stream the track above and be sure to grab a copy when it’s officially released on April 29th!