Electronic | Saladin Unleashes ‘Do It Like This’

Posted by on October 12, 2018

In his hometown of Chicago, Saladin has been nicknamed the, “Ghetto Rockstar” by Iconic Underground Magazine. In the studio, he creates tunes that cross genre, from bass heavy bangers to grooving House gems and Future Bass bops. Saladin’s sound is continually expanding, helping to land him some major support from respected tastemakers and outlets.  With his tracks regularly hitting the charts on Billboard, Beatport, and Traxsource, he has rightfully gained respect from industry professionals, and as well as from his fans.

Lucky for us, this trailblazer from the underground has gifted us with a new track, “Do It Like This”. Back on Tommy Boy, Saladin once agains shows his versatility and production prowess on the new release.  The track begins with soft 808’s and layers of synthesizers as the female vocalist is introduced,bringing soft undertones leading into a massive drop. The dynamic new release is an uplifting and hard hitting jam that adds to Saladin’s growing catalog.

Be sure to check this one out!

Electronic, Pop | Radio Smash Closes Out The Summer With ‘Say You Love Me’

Posted by on September 21, 2018

After releasing their latest tune, “Love to Hurt”, featuring Mia LJ at the top of the summer, Electronic duo Radio Smash left home in New Jersey and headed out west – as so many artists do.  With Sal landing in LA and AJ landing in Vegas, the relocation seemed to add fuel to their already burning fire, taking in the sites on their cross country drive and finding a new energy in their new homes.

While the group has had some success in the past, they seem to only be looking forward, focusing on the future and readying a slew of new releases for the coming months.  Now settled in and ready to rock, Radio Smash have just released their new single, “Say You Love Me”, and it is a vibrant Pop leaning Electronic jam with international appeal.

With the song centered around primarily Chinese vocals, Radio Smash bring an energetic, uplifting feel to the release via bright synths, deep pads and fat basslines  Whether you speak Chinese or not, the language of music is universal – and this one is sure to make you feel good.

Bass, Electronic, Hip-Hop, House | Saladin & MC Flipside Team Up for G House Banger ‘Don’t Interrupt Me’

Posted by on September 14, 2018

Following hot on the heels of his recent single, “Far Enough”, Saladin is back along with prolific Toronto artist MC Flipside with a massive collaboration titled, “Don’t Interrupt Me”.

Together, Saladin & MC Flipside deliver a heavy, hard-hitting jam that features grimy basslines and attitude filled lyrics bringing some major cross-over appeal.  Built for the clubs but accessible to Hip Hop heads the new tune fires on all cylinders.

Individually both artists have already seen some major success. Saladin, a billboard charting producer, often finds support from heavyweight artists like Paul Van Dyke, Don Diablo, DJ BL3ND, Ummet Ozcan and Knife Party (to name a few), thanks to his original production and ability to craft crowd-moving remixes and originals.

MC Flipside on the other hand has previously released collaborations with deadmau5, MDE, Funkagenda, Kid Massive, Roger Sanchez, Bart B More, Joey Suki, Carlo Lio, Garmiani (and many more), often landing at the top of the charts in nearly every digital store. Together, both Saladin and MC Flipside are at their best on the new release.

Download/Stream – http://smarturl.it/dont_interrupt_me

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Ambient, Chill, Electronic, House, Indie, Pop | GIANNI MARINO AND BOY PROBLEMS PREMIERE EPIC COLLABORATION FEATURING ILY ON FNT

Posted by on September 7, 2018

Can You Hear Me

Gianni Marino has been making musical waves and registering in dance blog databases for the last few years at least. I was just reading today about a song that came out from him in 2016 and it’s no surprise that today the youthful artist is still dropping monsters when it comes to singles. “Can You Hear Me” is a significant collaboration between Gianni, brand new artist Boy Problems and the amazing Swedish pop singer ILY. We tend to learn more about these artists as they keep releasing music and it seems that they are finally making that transition towards mainstream pop.

It’s really exciting to get the opportunity to premiere this vocal anthem today. “Can You Hear Me” is an evidently 80s inspired pop r&b song with an lyrical top line pumping the whole time. Boasting a unique twist on their pop production style, these artists are sitting pretty in a world of generic sounding singles going live every Friday.

Snag ‘CYHM’ on your preferred platform courtesy of Tipsy Records! –> https://ffm.to/canyouhearme

Electronic | Rebecca Perl and Canadian DJ/ producer Tep No join forces for summer single “Keepin’ It Cool”

Posted by on August 3, 2018


Los Angeles-based artist, singer/songwriter Rebecca Perl and Canadian DJ/ producer Tep No have  joined forces for a summertime jam, “Keepin It Cool”. The pair have all your needs covered whether you’re driving around with the windows down or sitting pool side sipping a Pina colada.  Rebecca shares that this one is for early lovers. “The song touches on the early stages of any blossoming relationship, where each person tries to figure out what cards to show off the bat,” admits Rebecca Perl. “It’s about the early push and pull we all know. We never wanna show too much, too early!” It’s a must listen!

 

Electronic | WITHOUT unveil steamy visuals for “Talking Bout Me” Featuring Empara Mi

Posted by on July 27, 2018


We were first sharing UK-duo WITHOUT’s single “Wanta Be” after they broke their radio silence last year. Since that time they’ve slowly been teasing us with new music and most recently teamed up with UK-based vocalist Empara Mi, for their latest release “Talking Bout Me”. Today they dropped stunning visuals to accompany the track. For a single that speaks about millennial love, the video is the counterpart bringing it to life. This is a must watch!

Electronic, Nu Disco, Pop | Fare makes an upbeat debut with “Had Enough”

Posted by on July 19, 2018

The artists behind the duo Fare – Ryan Lafferty and Charlie Maynard – have known each other since college, but only have gotten together to make music under their new name recently. Now, they’ve joined Herø Records / Sony Orchard for their debut release, a single entitled “Had Enough.”

Taking into account the guys’ wide ranging influences – New Order, Kraftwerk, Jamie xx, Nick Murphy and Mark Ronson and indie rock classics Fleetwood Mac and Billy Joel – “Had Enough” has legs in just about every genre. Featuring an infectious hook for pop fans, groovy production for house fans and instrumentation for the indie fan, it’s an addictive first run for Fare.