Alternative, Pop | HOOFA – “Water Balloons”

Posted by on June 24, 2020

The summer soaked new single “Water Balloons” by HOOFA is an absolute indie pop jam that is filled with fun. Not only is the song title and artist work a play on warm weather and Summer, the song describes a specific water balloon fight:

‘Water Balloons’ depicts a big Water Balloon fight James was involved in when a kid. James lived at the bottom of a hill next to a park and the street he lived on had between 15-20 families of 2 kids each, and there was one summer when everyone was involved “even the parents sometimes. The fight was the top of the hill vs bottom of the hill, and lasted hours. It was a rare fight where no one used the super soakers but was more about strategy, jumping over fences and catching people off guard. As some kids couldn’t get permission to use their parents water tap, the common shout was “I’ll bring the water balloons” if you let someone use your tap to fill up.”

The second release of six new self-produced and self-released singles out this year, ‘Water Balloons’ follows on from their prior single “Alone”, and proves yet again that these up and comers are a group to keep an eye on. Listen to the new single by HOOFA above now! Watch the music video below.

Chill, Electronic | The acoustic version of Elephante’s “Plans” is a beauty

Posted by on November 10, 2016

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Heads up: This is probably the most beautiful thing you’ll listen to today. Elephante and Brandyn Burnette just stripped down their hit “Plans” and created a gorgeous acoustic rendition of it. Many times, the live aspect gets lost in electronic music, but you can truly see how talented these two are as musicians in this version. With all the uncertainty that has clouded this country this past week, use this little piece of beauty to brighten your day. Check out the acoustic mix of “Plans” now!

News | Playy App Provides Platform For Music Fans & Artists To Deeply Connect

Posted by on February 18, 2016

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When I first laid my hands on Playy. I was skeptical. Apps aimed at the dance market and/or the loyalist/hyper-social music fan demo are a dime a dozen.Yet, Playy app is the opposite of such criticisms. Playy offers a series of tools that create a win-win scenario for all players involved, while providing higher than average content on socials. Here’s the logistics, the app allows you to use music from Playy’s ever-growing catalog to capture real time moments, essentially making a montage of sorts while using artists music legally. Yet, Playy goes much further than this. Their well-designed and fully-functional software allows you to capture various parts of the song, utilize editing tools, rotate the order of created clips in real-time, while adding finishing touches and effects. Once finished, your video is posted to your profile and feed. Where friends – and the artist of the song you used – are notified and can view, enjoy, and share. Imagine it like a Snapchat and Facebook combined with awesome theme song inserts that both artists and friends can be notified to see.

Download the app here.

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Electronic, Techno, Throwbacks | Justin Caruso’s Beach Boys

Posted by on February 9, 2016

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Justin Caruso’s new remix of “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” will take you on a trip down memory lane. This remix is a fresh take on a classic song that will have you in love with the song all over again. The song is evidently unique through it’s use of the vocoder which hasn’t been used successfully since Daft Punk’s last album. Give it a listen and if you like what you hear be sure to check out his other stuff.

Bass | Grabbitz Reconstructs Karma Field’s ‘Build The Cities’

Posted by on May 13, 2015

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Ladies and gentlemen he is back. Grabbitz has time-after-time impressed the kid with the flawless production and the thoughtful construction of music that he has brought to the table. At this point anything ‘Grabbitz’ branded will sky rocket to the top. This remix to the already powerful original is so smooth, which is a weird term to use for someone who uses heavy bass crunches on repeat. Don’t sleep on this fat remix – grab it.

Nu Disco | Throttle brings the funk with latest remix

Posted by on May 9, 2015

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Throttle drips with talent which he puts to use with his newest remix of Conrad Sewell’s “Hold Me Up”. This tune gives the vibe of a lit-up dance floor with a bunch people wearing bell bottoms and a creepy guy in the corner with a massive afro… my kind of party. In all seriousness this song is fire and is sure to get the party moving in the right direction. Always love hearing Throttle’s unique production style. Give it a listen and get your freak on.

House | The Magician Brings The Heat With His “All Cried Out” Remix

Posted by on March 18, 2015

Blonde. So hot right now. Blonde. When “All Cried Out” dropped we lost our face. Just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, The Magician (who’s one of our favorite rising artists) tries his hand at this monster single. With a deep drop and incredible use of the vocals, The Magician continues to stand out in a sea of similarity.

PURCHASE: Blonde – All Cried Out (iTunes)