Deep House | Ravell’s “Get Away” Drops On The Prestigious Arkade Records

Posted by on October 31, 2016

Ravell is making big moves in the house scene, per usual, now landing on Kaskade’s (who has over 1m followers on SoundCloud alone) own label Arkade Records.

Ravell’s new single “Get Away” taps into the trippy elements that deep house provides as well as the gritty elements tech house can offer, conveying a powerful feeling throughout that would get any room properly warmed up. Seem to be his overall signature sound as your listen through his discography.

Ravell is LA based, a solo producer, and has been perusing music since the age 12. The dude has serious talent and isn’t slowing any time soon.

Bass | Chime Shares About Loving His Fans, New Music, Music Education & A Sick Exclusive Mix

Posted by on October 31, 2016

Chime is a unique dude in the melodic bass niche. Each release he drops flat out suprises and satisfies you easily – mixing pop elements, great arrangement and themes – with ground stomping dubstep. Firepower Records, NCS Records, Kinphonic, and several more labels have noticed as well, picking up his music and releasing to the masses. In particular, Firepower records is debuting Chime’s first EP – not a bad move for an up-and-comer.

The solo producer took the time out to provide an exclusive mix to FNT as well as an in-depth interview, check out both below.

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Dubstep, Trap | AWAL Puts Bass Heavy Twist On The Trap Nation Hit “I Am The King” By James Meyers

Posted by on October 25, 2016

If you thought the feeling conveyed by James Meyers’ “I Am The King” was badass, you need to hear what LA’s own AWAL has done to it. To me, AWAL’s signature sound found within is his dark-pop flavor he adds to many of his releases: fast-paced drums, metal guitar work, and eery harmony layered, all falling at just the right time within the beat/measure to deliver an enhanced version of what the original has given us.

AWAL has handfuls of nice recognition that has come his way. He has played festivals globally, Shaq played out his track at Tomorrowland, and he’s been supported by Carnage, Chuckie, DJ BL3ND, Don Diablo, and more.

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Bass, Chill | DEMUR Shows A Softer Side With “Stairs”

Posted by on October 11, 2016

DEMUR is at it again. With an edgy anarchist feel, the somewhat mysterious DJ/producer has released a new original entitled “Stairs”. The single is one of my favorites, containing some of the most melodic and catchy sounds that he is released yet.

A quick peek at his socials shows that he begun selling posters that resemble his brand, and is also starting a podcast series, the details of the new show is unknown at this point.

One thing I have to give DEMUR major credit for is that he’s actually different and seems like he’s trying to start somewhat of a new sound, props to that, check out DEMUR’s SoundCloud for more insight into his world.

Future House | Teddy Rose’s “Infuse” Keeping Future House Relevant

Posted by on October 5, 2016

I’ve sort of moved on to acts like Malaa or kind of found future house saturated as of late. But “Infuse” brings the spirit of the genre back into full-swing. Teddy Rose, based out of San Diego, focuses mostly on a future house sound, but just as bits of the genres shift over time (like any genre naturally), he stays with the times, putting his own innovations on the tune.

Teddy Rose is onto something for sure, if he begins networking strongly with others in his genre niche as well as got his tunes in the right hands, Teddy could quite possibly make it to the next level.

If you are in the SoCal area, try to catch Teddy Rose live and experience his world brought to it’s full potential.

Chill | Camden Levine Releases Rozes Remix That’s Off The Chain

Posted by on September 21, 2016

Camden has been at it for a while and defintily hit the hammer on the nail with this one. Camden Levine keep’s the vibe dramatic, dark, cold, and all-around enjoyable with an approved remix of Rozes’ “Hangin’ On”.

I remember when the dude dropped his Avicii “Broken Arrows” remix way back, he gained a foothold during the tropical house movement then, but has surely differentiated and diversified his sound since that time. Keep it up dude!

Chill | Azles and Cathalyst’s “Invincible” Takes You A Spiritual Chill Journey

Posted by on September 10, 2016

“Invincible” doesn’t really fit one genre and doesn’t have a single type of sound that you can pinpoint. It is an eclectic blend of so many chill sounds all wrapped up into one, you have to listen multiple times to understand what you are hearing – something fully original and semi-spiritual.

Azles and Cathalyst are not a duo, but collaborated on this release “Invincible” which is beginning to put them on a path of recognition. The two both have less than 2000 followers, but contain a sound that you’d expect someone way bigger to have.