Bass, Chill | Bosa Taps Unique Talents In ‘Eyes Of The Jaguar Remixed’

Posted by on September 14, 2019

It’s no secret that Bosa’s last major release, Eyes Of The Jaguar, went off without a hit digitally and on the dance floor. Given the project has only begun this year, the duo have quickly become known for their tribal house beats and spiritual influences. Boasting 9-tracks and offering an array of diverse sounds, Eyes Of The Jaguar Remixed leaves a bit of something for all house fans, yet each has a certain psychedelic imprint broadly within. The curation here is top notch and surely fans will agree.

Talents such as The Invisible People, Drezza, Tigereyes, Turkish Oud, Japanese Shakuhachi, and Taiko, are a few of the many folks that came together to participate on the album. October 19th and 20th Bosa and friends will take the stage at Santa Cruz Music Festival alongside a host of A-list talent. Don’t miss out on the event if you like what you hear.

Chill | Bosa Teams Up With Host Of Talent On “Diamond Roads”

Posted by on September 10, 2019

“Diamond Roads,” takes the talents of 4 artist to form the end result which is here. The single opens up inviting, and a bit poppy in the drums. This almost hip-hop style opening morphs into a more worldy venture, with wubs and trippy effects coming into play. By the end, between the reverbed trumpet and spiritual tinged moments, “Diamond Roads” wins you over in a short span of time.

Bosa always seem to take curation into careful practice, their music generally follows a broad path, but never limits itself to any on practice of electronic music. Stephan Jacobs and Sunev Lovechild, who make up Bosa, have honed their skills and reaped the rewards. Bosa continues to grow their movement in 2019 with no sign of slowing down.

Bass, Chill | Austin James Drops Creative Bass Original “Take Me Away”

Posted by on August 26, 2019

Vancouver-based artist Austin James, now living in Los Angeles, styles an immersive, introverted, and mysterious theme throughout the bass-ridden single “Take Me Away.”

For a single of what I am sure is many, it leaves a remarkably strong impression on you. The dark, chill, almost quiet-at times approach to the bass genre, just experienced through this single alone, is enough to tell you Austin James is onto something hot here.

Given his spring tour was over 33 dates, it’s clear that audiences are waking up to a new experience Austin James is delivering.

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Chill | TRXD Taps Nico D For Uplifting “Knock Knock” Collaboration

Posted by on August 16, 2019

With a swing and groove that contains natural swagger, the alignment of TRXD and Nico D, on “Knock Knock,” is unstoppable. Fierce and catchy pop production power in the beat takes hold of the Latin-tinged drums and rhythmic vocals, the blending of elements thus creating an infectious earbug hard to tear away from.

TRXD, a duo with years of experience and industry connections, have been in no short supply of singles in 2019. With millions of streams garnered under their name in a short amount of time and plenty of personality to offer to fans, this is one group to keep a eye on.

Bass, Chill | Bosa’s “Sakura Samurai” a strong follow up to latest EP

Posted by on August 15, 2019

Bosa’s “Sakura Samurai” put more of that world culture infused experimental bass sound on display, surely more meat for the wolves of fans that Bosa can’t seem to keep off of their last EP or away from festival spots. Facetiousness aside, this single acts as a fitting and natural follow-up to the blessings bestowed via Eyes of the Jaguar. From the wooden percussion sounds to the fast and loose use of a variety of well cultured instruments, “Sakura Samurai” is packed full of chill, therapy-inducing moments.

Stephan Jacobs and Sunev Lovechild make up the duo Bosa, with decades of experience between them and tens of thousands of fans touched via their musical footprint. The Bosa legacy is more well known than one would think.

Chill, Electronic | KDL Hits A Home Run With Rising Vocalist Ferras In “777”

Posted by on August 10, 2019

KDL and Ferras have teamed up on a single that is a slow-song, yet has swing. “777” comes packed with meaning, emotional, and sad-ish beat, yet maintains a certain feeling of club-friendly 100%. The crossover nature of the single is certain to help it reach and stick to great number of folks as it gets in the public consciousness. Aside from this, the overall originality and feeling of “777” is a major highlight, from the silent, echo-induced bridge to the sing-along nature of the chorus, KDL and Ferras knocked this one out of the park.

Eddie Timmons and BPM are the names behind KDL – plenty of producing, songwriting, and networking experience is found between these two. With a wise sense of sound as well as strong collaborator selection methods, KDL will be rising fast in no time.

Chill, House | HARBER And Axel Align On Jazz-Infused Deep-House Single “Savior”

Posted by on August 10, 2019

Successful rising artist HARBER has teamed up with Axel to form an emotional melodic journey that has a bit of something all can enjoy. With strong sing-along ability and squeaky clean production, the single is a clear winner and just meant to be. Alot has been leading up to HARBER’s strong 2019, and “Savior” alongside Axel, is like icing on the cake given the soloists story.

HARBER’s single “More Than You” spent more than nine weeks on the Billboard Dance Chart, catching major attention and play-count during the period in particular, he has many advantages and talents leaning his way currently, only time will tell how unique things will play out with all this momentum.