Dubstep, Electro-House | Apashe Goes All Out With 16 Track Remix LP

Posted by on August 2, 2017

Usually when a remix project comes along it’s a small EP with a few to several tracks. Apashe didn’t want to do that for his Copter Boy LP. Instead he enlisted sixteen remixers to take on his one-of-a-kind project to make yet another one-of-a-kind project. The remixers include Ganja White Night, Dodge & Fuski, DISKORD, Arius, Goja and many others. All together this LP offers a wide array of sounds and styles, but centers in upon the bass scene. It’s Apashe and Kannibalen Records, you didn’t think you’d get away from the heavy stuff did you?

Electronic, Indie | M. Maggie brings it with MY LoVE

Posted by on December 17, 2016

If you’re new to M. Maggie, you should get familiar! This tune, MY LoVE, is super catchy, the lyrics are infectious, and within some time M. Maggie is going to be a household name. Her entire back catalog as well as her massive remixes have been catching the attention of some of the best. I expect her to keep putting out smashes, this is really a great way to end 2016. Make sure to checkout the rest of her music here and follow M. Maggie music.

Trap | Sean Turk Remixes Phil Good’s “Sleeping In” Single, And It’s Too Good

Posted by on December 8, 2016

Sean Turk. The guy is on fire right now. He keeps dropping this infectious remixes that we can’t help but post. This one is no surprise, as he absolutely crushes Phil Good’s “Sleeping In”. Sean Turk brings the bedroom bass. Stop messing around and download this bad boy immediately, and keep an eye out for a forthcoming original. Shout out to my dude, 3rd Lost King.

DOWNLOAD: Phil Good – Sleeping In (Sean Turk Remix)

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Electronic | Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” gets a future-bass flip by Aash Mehta

Posted by on November 21, 2016

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It’s no secret that Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” alongside the Mannequin Challenge has swept the nation – and with every track that charts in the top 10 comes a myriad of remixes. Today, we see one from Aash Mehta, who is coming off of two straight remixes hitting #1 on HypeM. Aash took MAKJ’s remix of the song and flipped the drop into a future-bass banger that will go off in clubs and DJ sets, as well as being enjoyable just to listen to. This track is up for a free download right now, so be sure to get it here. Check out Aash’s flip of Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” now!

Chill | A&G Return With Chill Cover of Drake’s “Too Good”

Posted by on November 15, 2016

I remember A&G back in the day, this duo slayed it with their catchy powerful house remixes that still give me nostalgia chills to this day. I was curious about what happened to them, they sort off fell off the map, but now are back – so what happened in-between?

Sadly one of the brothers received the news that cancer was found, so a more than expected break was taken as they figured out what they both should do next.

The battle is still on, but dance music is more important to these two, A&G have dropped their first release since then, a remix of Drake”s “Too Good” a chill remix that fits with the times and is definitely fire.

Interviews | [Exclusive Interview] FreshNewTracks.com Sits Down With Razz

Posted by on November 15, 2016

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You might have heard of Marc Raziano (Razz) from his break out “Overthinking” single featuring Aviella. Or his “Break The Rules” remix that racked up over 1 million plays on Youtube. Or, you might even have heard his latest Blink 182 “What’s My Age” again remix. It’s that consistent quality output that made us want to sit down the NY based producer and rising DJ to learn more about his inspirations, sound, and plans for 2017. Hit the jump to read our exclusive interview with Razz below.

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Electronic | Attlas writer Wilsonn adds a luscious vocal to SteLouse’s periscope

Posted by on November 14, 2016

In a time where every aspiring producer breaks out with their unofficial remixes of bigger artists, it’s kind of surprising that a vocalist hasn’t really done that in electronic music. Enter the enigmatic Wilsonn. Known for co-writing Attlas’s breakout record ‘Kayla,’ Wilsonn borrows SteLouse’s Periscope, and turns it into a vocal masterpiece that’s begging to be an official release.  Pay attention.