House | Bricks’ “Bounce” Proves His Quality Is Here For The Long Haul

Posted by on November 28, 2016

The thing I like the most about Bricks is in a world filled with every type of house genre you could imagine, he still finds a way to define himself and bring an original experience to his fans. His first 3 releases have merited great support right out of the door. Locking in tens of thousands of plays per track.

Today, Bricks has released “Bounce” a song that taps into the type of sounds of the previous trio, but still delivers on an all-it’s-own feel – my favorite part being that 808 bass that flys up and down at just the right moment. The solo artist has joined this track with his previous to form the Bounce EP. Bricks has it together and will surely continue to grow.

Electronic | Chill Out With Elkkle’s “Soft Erasure”

Posted by on November 21, 2016

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Looking for a mellow track to get you through Thanksgiving weekend with the in-laws? No worries, our boy Elkkle has just the thing for your woes. Released just under a month after his recent single, “Don’t look Down“, the haunting “Soft Erasure” is sure to have you lost in its staggering instrumentals and languid bass line. You can snag this gem on Spotify or iTunes right now or download it for free on SoundCloud. Don’t sleep on this kid, good things are sure to follow.

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!

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Electronic | Listen to “Enemy” by Bearoid

Posted by on November 19, 2016

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Electronic-pop artist Bearoid shares his daring new single “Enemy”, sporting a playful synth melody and catchy vocals. Using strong, layered synths, Bearoid creates a track that is equal parts groovy and meaningful. Samples of arcade-game synths fill the song, and when the chorus hits, the strong pulsating beat shines through. Bearoid’s vocals are unique and powerful – delivering a beautiful top-line that really pieces everything together. In a world where we are more connected to technology than humans, Bearoid’s playfully taps into something deeper and more meaningful — a rarity in electronic music.

Albums | Odd Mob Is Down For Love

Posted by on November 15, 2016

Odd Mob strikes back with a new single entitled “Down For Love” graced with newcomer Helen’s catchy vocals. This time, the duo comprised of Robbie and Harry delivers a track fusing Hip Hop and Future Bass. In fact, Odd Mob is constantly on the lookout for new sonorities to play around with, continually developing and growing their own sound. Would it be their 90’s throwback ‘Into You feat. Starley’, which dominated the ARIA club chart at #1 for a record 7 weeks, their Indian influenced track “Origin” or their bass heavy “Gassed Up”, Robbie and Harry are relentlessly experimenting with all of what music has to offer.

“We’re both huge fans of rap/hip-hop in general and basically started playing around with this old sampled drum beat. The whole track built itself around that in no time at all. It’s definitely one of our cleanest/tightest productions to date! We never set any boundaries when we hop in the studio so we’re always making stuff that sounds nothing like what we’ve made before. I mean, back in the day, songwriters only had access to a certain number of sounds, whether it be their guitar/drums or whatever analogue synth they happened to own. Nowadays we can literally use any sound in the whole world, so it just makes sense for us to always be making different music and experimenting with different sounds.” – Odd Mob

 


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Electronic | “Will You” by Litche is a track you need to listen to

Posted by on November 10, 2016

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Australian producer Litche, aka Sam Litchfield, is ready to share his new single “Will You” — a soft, mesmerising piece of electronica featuring the gorgeous vocals of Loui Abell. Litche says “This song came about when me and my friend Loui got together in June and had a jam in my bedroom studio, he came in and said that he had this vocal line stuck in his head, so we recorded some vocal ideas and some guitar riffs that Loui had, then began layering percussion samples and synths.” The organic process definitely shows in the track, as Litche has created a masterpiece. Though simple, all the elements shine through, making “Will You” a track you need to hear.

Electronic | Feki’s remix to “Vines” by Golden Vessel is amazing

Posted by on November 10, 2016

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Last week Australian producer Golden Vessel released ‘Vines’, the fourth & final single off his 2016 debut ‘Before Sleep EP’ which features the candescent vocals of Melbourne songstress Woodes. This week we get to share an incredible remix of that track by producer Feki. Feki said, “I wanted to take the song, which was already so beautiful and ethereal, and push it to a completely new dimension without losing out on all the good stuff the original has to offer. Both Golden Vessel and Woodes are the homies so it made the whole remix process more enjoyable!” This remix is beautiful, combining the calming vibe of the original with an almost chill-future twist. Check out Feki’s remix to “Vines” now!