Chill, House | Sam Feldt And Lateshift Get The Party Started In ‘The Riddle’

Posted by on July 31, 2021

Two outstanding talents have joined forces on the single, “The Riddle.” Sam Feldt and Lateshift are the names of focus on this one, putting together their multi-talented sensibilities on one track to create something that will stand the test of time. Colorful and friendly, “The Riddle,” is a track that will pull you out of a lull, instantly gripping with it chipper mood and positive vibes. Percussion that lands with a certain smoothness alongside a piano-house like vibe form the baseline of the vocal work. Lateshift leaves it all on the table with his toplines, helping equip, “The Riddle,” to have the ability to hook itself in deep and clearly make it known it’s here to be in your life for the long term.

Sam Feldt has had what seems to be a never ending flow of success in his life, “The Riddle,” being the next extension of the quality he’s able to regularly put out there. Feldt is a man of many hats, while doing the regular activities like putting out long-lasting hits, touring, and the like, he also runs his own charity, Heartfelt Foundation, which builds toward a more social and sustainable dance music industry. More recently, his involvement in entrepreneurial platform Fangage has led to receiving over 2.5 million dollars in it’s first round of investment.

“The Riddle” releases on Heartfeldt Records/Spinnin’ Records and is out on all major DSP’s.

Indie, R&B | Casper Sun – “Chill W U” ft. Sunroof95

Posted by on July 27, 2021

After revealing his captivating lead single “Wavy Luv” in advance of his highly anticipated debut LP Sunshine RadioCasper Sun ventures back to earth to bestow “Chill W U ft. Sunroof95outnow on all platforms. With each atmospheric chord, Casper Sun’s newest release embarks on a spiritual journey through celestial soundscapes, all while invoking the heartfelt desire to rekindle old connections.

Paired with Sunroof95’s captivating vocals, “Chill W U” fuses uplifting electronica with emotive instrumental stretches. With empyrean sound gifted straight from the cosmos, the tune weaves a sentimental tale of longing for a loved ones’ company before plummeting into an otherworldly surge of resonating kicks and a seductive trill of electric guitar. In its entirety, “Chill W U” duals as a summer anthem and a vibrant exploration into humanity’s never-ending quest for connection.

Listen to “Chill W U” below!

Electronic | Spiderhound Finds Exciting Eccentric Sound In Single ‘Phlame’

Posted by on July 23, 2021

“Phlame,” is one of the more original leaning works that has crossed my path in a while. It fastens together spicy influences from the experimental bass side of electronic music, the single virtually goes out of it’s way to be explicitly original – a factor I am very much digging on. Minimalistic percussion and enhanced effects delivering the exotic atmosphere that the remainder of the track builds on. In a matter of moments, hard-rap vocals come on the scene and preach a message of self-preservation and personal reverence.

The bridge of the track gradually lowers the volume down to a point of near-silence, the next measures bring “Phlame,” back with very light orchestra work and a pinch of melodic vocal verses. As psychedelic as the track begot, it finalizes and leaves a bit of something to ruminate on.

Spiderhound is at the center of the action when it comes to the production work behind “Phlame.” His history is multi-lateral and speaks for itself. Most relevant to this song becoming a reality more than anything is his skill-building being guided by mentors Mr. Bill and ill.Gates, 2 highly respected artists in their own right. Authentic and going for more depth in what he produces, Spiderhound is an underrated, lucky find within the electronic music universe.


Electronic | DREAMOIR Drops Electrifying Dance Release Titled ‘Worth It’

Posted by on July 23, 2021

Fusing the action that film scoring brings forth with the tantalizing energy of bass music, DREAMOIR have found their signature sound which is not only a rich concept, but has infinite possibilities as to what original music could be immortalized from this seed. “Worth It,” is an additional example of just this sound.

DREAMOIR has dubbed their style, “cinematic bass,” a suiting label given the near-instant impression that the confidence-inducing journey delivers.

With it’s moving vocals, epic orchestra, and a massive melodic synth, “Worth It,” make it easy to illustrate your own epic event in the mind, considering the colorful power the track puts forth.

DREAMOIR has this to share about his track:
Film music is meant to elicit an emotional response from the audience and drive the action on screen. That same level of epic emotion is found in the style of EDM that originally inspired me.

Having made 3 works available via the music catalog to date under this alias, the world could appreciate more from DREAMOIR and the fascination within.

Alternative, Pop | Mitch Jones Drops Long-Awaited Debut EP ‘If I Could Go Back’

Posted by on July 23, 2021

Having gained notable traction in the Twitch community over the years, Mitch Jones is transitioning from streams to songwriting with the forthcoming release of his debut EP, If I Could Go Back. Whether it was World of Warcraft, Pokemon Go, or Just Chatting content, Mitch dominated Twitch with natural decorum and has since accumulated over half a million dedicated followers on the platform. Now, the gamer-turned-artist unveils six heartfelt tracks on If I Could Go Back, many of which allude to the passing of his best friend Byron “Reckful” Bernstein.

In April, Mitch took to YouTube to explain why he’s retiring from the streaming empire he’d built over a decade. Titled ‘Treading new waters,’ Mitch speaks on the devastating impact Reckful’s death continues to have on him a year after the fact, and why he feels it is time to explore other avenues. “Truly I had some magical moments as a streamer, and those days are over,” Mitch says. “Every day that I continue just feels like me trying to relive something that I’ve already reached the peak of.”

“I’ve been a full-time streamer for the past 10 years. I became a person that everyone who watched me wanted to see, and it slowly broke down my mental health over time. I lost some of the best people in my life, to death, or just having them leave me for all of my poor choices. In early 2021, Kala and I connected and we started making music together and it has helped me more than any therapy could. I want to write songs to save people who are struggling, just like I’ve been. Thank you to all of the real ones from Twitch who have supported me in this journey into music. I hope the music can help at least one other person.” – Mitch Jones

Stream If I Could Go Back on Spotify below.

Albums, Future Trap, Pop | Rubayne Finally Unleashes Infectious Debut EP ‘Get Together’

Posted by on July 23, 2021

Still buzzing off the success of his infectious, R&B-infused bass single “Trail Of Broken Hearts” featuring vocalist B Sims, Dutch talent Rubayne is gearing up for the release of his most ambitious project to date, his debut EP Get Together. The versatile producer has been consistently putting out single after single over the past years, and is finally ready to take things to the next level with this exciting EP, which marks the epitomy of Rubayne’s “Positive, Encouraging, Energetic and Cool” sound, while bringing together various influences from Hip Hop, Pop, R&B and electronic music. 

Featuring a huge roster of talented vocalists, the project’s tracklist brings infectious and summery vibes to the table. Songs like “Get Together” featuring Cam James and “Sober” alongside JDOVE and Tien perfectly showcase Rubayne’s knack for crafting radio-ready hits, while cuts like “Up Already” with Tun and “This Time” with SOME combine explosive future bass aesthetics with unmatched pop sensibilities, proving just how truly promising Rubayne’s career is.

R&B | Producer Slavvy releases his dark new single and video “Lavender”

Posted by on July 16, 2021

Veteran producer and multi-instrumentalist Slavvy has dropped his genre-blurring new single and video “Lavender”. The channels elements of dark synthwave,  R&B and bedroom pop and rolls them into one ultra satisfying deep dive into one man’s tale of hedonism and recklessness. Delving into the darker corners of human-psyche, “Lavender” is Slavvy’s no holds barred statement of “take me as I am” to a lover. Featuring synths with a serious 1980s feel and and a visual (Slavvy and Juan Orta)  that optically resembles the cult-classic Nicolas Winding Refn film, Drive or the beloved vaporwave genre. It’s got all the bells and whistles – sensual neon lighting, fast cars, cash, and an unbothered looking Slavvy as he sings about his darker side. 

Speaking of the sentiment behind the track, Slavvy shares “Lavender is getting caught doing something you shouldn’t. You’re f*cked up, you’re cheating, you’re out behind your lover’s back, but something is going wrong.” Slavvy explains. “They know you’re stepping out, they catch you, they show up, the person you’re with is on some bullsh*t and you regret stepping out to begin with.”

If you haven’t (yet) heard of Slavvy, you might remember this accomplished producer from his days performing under the moniker Abdecaf. Counting Diplo as a fan, Abdecaf tore up the US festival circuit back in the day and released projects that streamed in the millions. We’re excited to see what’s to come from this talented, multi-faceted artist as he gears up to release his full project “Romantic” in the fall.