Deep House | Låpsley – Burn (Vasta Remix)

Posted by on December 1, 2015

Words cannot describe how groovy this remix is, Vasta absolutely murders it. Vasta is a bit of a mystery, he came out of nowhere, and is now one of the hottest rising stars in dance music. I dont know how to describe his sound, its deep but also melodic, and this remix of Burn helps define his dark, deep drums, and house vibes. Make sure you grab the free download here: Free Download

Deep House | Those Wicked Hours – Red Moon (Glastrophobie Remix)

Posted by on May 8, 2014

Those Wicked Hours - Red Moon (Glastrophobie Remix)

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The German producer that has been setting the internet abuzz with his Anna Graceman remix of “Words” just released a new remix to thanks his fans on 4,000 likes. This time Glastrophobie remixes the unknown vintage electro record “Red Moon” by the French brothers Those Wicked Hours, based out of Switzerland, into a late night deep house gem. The energy and vibe on this track is just as mysterious as the ‘once in a blue moon’ phenomenon, and it’s addicting. This is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Those Wicked Hours – Red Moon (Glastrophobie Remix)

Deep House | Anna Graceman – Words (Glastrophobie Remix)

Posted by on April 24, 2014

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Folks, this is one of these records that you don’t want to sleep on, it’s absolutely beautiful. If you’re a believer like me that music has the power to change the world and bring people together, then Glastrophobie’s remix of Anna Graceman’s “Words” might be the one that does. If you’re just discovering the 22 year old producer from Germany, check out his SoundCloud, notably his remix of James Vincent McMorrow “We Don’t Eat” and Angus & Julia Stone’s “And The Boys,” both beautiful deep house records that will resonate. Stay up, love ya’ll, this is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Anna Graceman – Words (Glastrophobie Remix)


Hip-Hop, Rap | Caskey – Show Me Some (Prod. Myles William)

Posted by on August 22, 2013


The YMCMB protege Caskey has been on my radar for a minute ever since I heard his track “Words” around this time last year, and he’s still grinding. His producer Myles William sent over “Show Me Some” last night and I fux with it heavy. Caskey jetted to Paris, France to shoot this video, and he isn’t stunting, he’s keeping it real. It appears when one of the biggest label in the game signs you, those who hated, or weren’t paying attention, start showing love. Ironic how that works? Either way this record is a must listen, and a must download, and look out for his mixtape The Transient Classics out August 28th!

Free Download: Caskey – Show Me Some (Prod. Myles William)

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House | Madeon – Technicolor

Posted by on August 3, 2013

Madeon Technicolor

Words do not justice Madeon’s tracks or his ability as a producer. This is Madeon’s first release in close to a year and he still remains as relevant as he has ever been, proving that quality music always trumps pushing out mediocre releases at a high rate. He will always surprise you with his ability to combine sounds in innovative ways and make something that will stand out in the crowd. Just know this is Madeon and he is one of the best.

Purchase: Madeon – Technicolor

Hip-Hop, Mixtapes, Videos | Caskey – Words [Music Video]

Posted by on September 10, 2012

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Open your ears to Caskey.  Hailing from Orlando, FL, Caskey recently signed with YMCMB presumably before the release of his mixtape, No Complaints.  “Words” is my first introduction to Caskey, who takes five minutes to illustrate the significance, or lack of, something we use in everyday conversation.  Far too often hip-hop artists find themselves using words in the wrong context.  Caskey exercises his ability to shed light on just that, creating what basically translates to a lyric video on steroids.  In house producer, Avengerzenters the track with very faint snaps allowing Caskey to grasp the attention of his audience with his words, before kicking it up to an abstract, trippy melody.

DOWNLOAD: Caskey – No Complaints [Mixtape]

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