Electronic, Hip-Hop | Zeal Draws Attention With Meaningful Multi-Genre Single “Tomorrow”

Posted by on August 5, 2019

Most new singles are a hybrid of modern genres elements of the now, “Tomorrow” harnesses the power and groove of hip-hop while supplying the warmth of Porter Robinson and Madeon-inspired electronic. The result is a song with many genres, tempos, and moods stitched together, Zeal’s implementation of production and arrangement talents being the cohesive glue that stitches the parts together, allowing a organic flow to be heard.

21 year old Australian artist Zeal draws from a near-decade of music experience. Today, his works build upon the foundation a wide-spectrum of talents from different music cultures. In “Tomorrow,” Zeal calls upon rapper Paintriip and vocalist Yohanna to capture the electronic-hip hop zest that’s on display here, an element he certainly nailed.

However you describe his style, Zeal has several attractive and different elements that will surely be a lure to fans who see him.

News | Kevin Gillespie Is Bringing The Eats To TomorrowWorld, And Enter In A Totem Contest For A Chance to Win VIP Tickets

Posted by on August 3, 2015

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There’s nothing like a delicious mid-day snack when you’re in the midst of a long festival weekend, but often times the options aren’t always ideal. Food lovers attending TomorrowWorld won’t be having this issue, as the Atlanta-based festival just announced a partnership with Top Chef finalist, Kevin Gillespie, who will be bringing an unique dining experience called Tomorrow’s Table to the festival. With three menus that will bring whole hog BBQ, flavors from around the world, and Southern favorites, as well as a take away picnic service and an exclusive 10-course dinner, it’s safe to say that festival-goers will have a plethora of options to choose from. The festival also just announced their TomorrowWorld totem contest, a chance to win $500, travel, VIP tickets, and a mentoring session with TomorrowWorld’s director by entering a Key To Happiness themed totem.

You can find more information about the totem contest here and get your tickets to TomorrowWorld.


Mix | TomorrowWorld Tabs Benny Benassi For Second Exclusive Guest Mix

Posted by on July 21, 2015

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Last year, TomorrowWorld drummed up anticipation for the festival by releasing a stellar guest mix each week as a part of their “Artists of Tomorrow” mix series. Emerging artists at the time like Oliver Heldens, Milo & Otis, Lane 8, and others all used their mixes as opportunities to showcase their varied styles, and the “Artists of Tomorrow” series was one of the best things to come out of the festival last year. This year, TomorrowWorld tabbed Shaq AKA DJ Diesel for the first mix of the year, and now, Benny Benassi has taken the decks to deliver an hour-long history lesson on house music. On his mix, the international tastemaker has selected a diverse assortment house cuts ranging from deep, to tech, to electro, and anything in between. You can stream the mix above, and if you don’t have tickets to TomorrowWorld yet, you can get them here.



Events, Exclusive | Countdown to ADE Spotlight: Rustie

Posted by on October 16, 2013

Tomorrow, Fresh New Tracks will be jetting off to the Netherlands for ADE: Amsterdam Dance Event, a five-day electronic music festival, conference, and playground taking over the city. Leading up to ADE, we’ll be filling you in on just who and what we’re looking forward to seeing most. And if any of you out there have any insider tips on the best acts to catch, drop either VMan or myself a line and we’ll be sure to add it to our list. 

Name: Rustie
Born: January 4th, 1983 (30)
Homebase: Glasgow
Previous Occupations: Apprentice park keeper and tractor operator (source)
Latest Release: “Triadzz / Slasherr”

I’m ashamed to admit producer Rustie really only entered my radar within the past 6 months after falling head over heels in love with the Flume remix of “Slasherr” and consequently the EP’s other half, “Triadzz.” Since then I’ve diving further into his discography, specifically his album, Glass Swords, which was recognized by the Guardian for their first album award in 2012.You might have also noticed his contribution to Danny Brown’s latest game-changing album, “Old.”

The beginning of Rustie’s electronic career could be described as “aquacrunk,” but has since continuously evolved through various artistic styles and trends, while staying true to it’s hip-hop, 8-bit, and grunge roots. It’s dynamic, spontaneous, and unpredictable, which makes it much more of a rewarding listening experience. Even after having his works on repeat for the past few days, I have no idea what to expect in his live set – I mean, other than potentially a guitar? – nevertheless, the anticipation is killing me.

So, if you can’t make it across the pond to Amsterdam this weekend, I’ve got a solution for you. During his set at the Numbers x Lockdown Showcase at Paradiso on Friday, take an hour or two (considering the event lasts for 6!) to dive into some of his stuff. I’ll leave his legendary BBC 1 mix here for you in case you need a starting point…


Pop, Progressive House | Maroon 5 – Love Somebody (It’s The Kue Remix!)

Posted by on June 29, 2013



My favorite song of all time is “Payphone” by Maroon 5. It is for that reason that I will always have a soft spot in my heart for them no matter what. I was already a fan of their original “Love Somebody” but DJ Kue made it that much better by adding a touch more energy to it and a great drop. I have had this on repeat since I first heard it.


Alternative | Radical Something – Tomorrow

Posted by on July 9, 2012

“Let’s not be blind to see that all we need’s a little peace of mind
So lately I don’t get no answers
I guess we gotta wait for tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow”

This new Radical Something track marks the 5th week in the Summer Of Rad series. Honestly, this is my favorite track they’ve released so far this summer. It has such a soulful vibe to it you can’t help but love it. Songs like these are what make Radical Something so special. The way these three guys produce music together works so well and that’s why they’ve risen to the point they’re at over this past year. Can’t wait to see what these next 7 releases have to offer. Follow Radical Something below and check out the previous Summer Of Rad releases here.

Also Radical Something has a big show coming up on 7/17 at House Of Blues in Los Angeles with Sammy Adams! You can get tickets for that here.

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Drum & Bass | Wolftek Ft. Jessika Dawn – Dreamers of Tomorrow

Posted by on June 17, 2012

This is perfect Liquid Drum & Bass for a Sunday. Hung over or just lazy as hell, this track will take you into the dimensions of tomorrow and back. Wolftek created an incredibly beautiful track, leaving the final touches to Jessica Dawn to set this track off right. Hope everyone had a great weekend.