Alternative, Electro, Electronic | Dittomaster Drops new Single “Ghost”

Posted by on May 13, 2021

Michael Wilson, better known as Dittomaster, is an emerging artist, multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer, and songwriter based in Portland, Oregon. His latest drop is a tight single entitled “Ghost” packed with throaty strings, commanding vocals and atmospheric melodies. Explaining the meaning behind the track, Dittomaster said: “We have a 10 month old baby and as a result have had a lot of sleepless nights the past year. Because we haven’t been sleeping well – the song is about wanting to sleep in for just one day.” Tune in above now!

Electro | Wolfgang Gartner’s New Single “Octopus Teeth” Will Have You Moving

Posted by on May 3, 2021

Put on your dancing shoes because Wolfgang Gartner is back with another burner. “Octopus Teeth” is a blast from start to finish. With a groovy beat and fun synth play, what’s not to like? Plus Wolfgang basically invented the complextro sub genre, so anything he makes it guaranteed to hit. Check out his latest offering, “Octopus Teeth” below.

Albums, Pop, Trap | Toyko Share Exciting New Hyperpop Single “Looking For Fun”

Posted by on March 26, 2021

Following their distorted trap ballad “How Do You Sleep at Night?,” as well as their massive album Body Pillow, Vol. 2, Toyko are back with a brand new hyperpop gem, sharing exciting single “Looking For Fun.” Made up of Los Angeles-based songwriters/producers Matt Wiggers and Zac White, Toyko is a collaborative effort that has seen considerable success over the past couple of years with releases on labels such as Lowly, as well as a string of boundary-pushing singles. 

“Looking For Fun” is without a doubt one of Toyko’s most exciting tracks to date: a short yet sweet single that compiles everything we love about the duo: distorted bass, attention-grabbing lyricism and playful melodies. Starting off with an atmosphere filled with bright piano and strings, “Looking For Fun” quickly transitions into an uplifting anthem, driven by groovy drums and a creative vocal arrangement. As Toyko explain: 

“When I was writing the song lyrics I was writing them from my experience of just being kinda socially awkward. It might just be my internal monologue- but sometimes I get this impression that when I first meet new people I’m extra reserved and come off as uptight/shy. But then there’s this other side of me that once I just cross the boiling point of barely knowing someone I really put my full weird/crazy self out there and maybe go a little overboard. These sorts of behaviours I have combined with a previous history with alcohol/partying are what kind of fuelled the narrative in this song.” 

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Electro | Paris Hilton Makes Cameo In Electric Polar Bears Music Video ‘Melting’

Posted by on March 21, 2021

Electric Polar Bears have seriously outdone themselves in this music video. Their MV for original single, “Melting,” features none other than Paris Hilton, a pioneer of ‘being famous for being famous,’ as well as, virality altogether, giving the video a serious bump when it comes to online attention and viewership. Yet, even with a massive cameo from an A-list celebrity, Electric Polar Bears stick to their roots here, showcasing stunning visuals with a sun-kissed atmosphere and a glitzy, feel-good storyline.

The audio side of “Melting,” doesn’t get compromised here in the least. From the start a high-octane, rhythmic synth fades in and begins delivering it’s impression. By mid-way through the song, a pumped house beat and seductive vocals fill the gaps and catapults the experience to a new-found level. Plenty of moment capturing sonic elements built in here.

Electric Polar Bears clearly knows how to out-due themselves and take the vibe to the next level, “Melting,” being the next strong example of just this.

Moombahton | Lvndo Drops Exotic, Fast-Paced ‘Movimiento’ EP

Posted by on March 18, 2021

Bouncy, bass driven, and energetic, Movimiento EP is a refreshing change of pace brought by young Miami-based Lvndo. Movimiento contains just 2-tracks but certainly speaks volumes, packing serious heat in what is about a 5-6 minute experience – which leaves you wanting more.

With the first track sharing more grit and the second getting a bit more melodic, the two works balance each other out and highlight many sonic positives Lvndo brings to the table.

The solo DJ/producer has been releasing on a more serious level for over 5 years, the pulse of his progress in his career and development being able to be sensed track by track.

Lots of potential and a feisty energy embedded, Lvndo is not one to sleep on and nor is Movimiento EP

Dubstep, Electro | BADVOID Drops ‘Enter The Void’ EP through Buygore

Posted by on March 11, 2021

Out now from Buygore Records, comes BADVOID’s booming new 3-track-EP that will amp up your mood without a doubt. The Australian producer and DJ has gotten support from Marshmello, Zeds Dead, Whipped Cream, Slushii, Vampa, What So Not, Ekali, Peking Duck and more all for good reason: he creates massive original sounding music that perfectly blends element of dubstep, trap, and electro. This one is well worth the listen, so tune in to the new EP by BADVOID above now!

Future Trap, Trap | PULLER Showcases Future Bass Twist On Cover Of “Silence”

Posted by on March 7, 2021

“Silence,” originally done by Marshmello and Khalid, had it’s moment to shine in 2017 with plenty of remixes to come. When you thought the vibe was overplayed of couldn’t be re-done any more fashionably, Italian-based DJ/producer PULLER provides the game-plan in a differentiated way with his take on “Silence.” Complete with a refreshed atmosphere and the vocal work of theajsound being a connective tissue of sorts, the sophistication built-in and maturity expressed in the bold vocal seemingly articulates something that will tether to your favorite’s playlist. The single starts off slow and steady as the key and lyrics start becoming more connected to your memory of the Marshmello version. The single soon proves it can stand on its too feet – epic future bass with a therapeutic edge slamming in at a moments notice.

Having signed to Ensis Records, CELL Recordings, and even KnightVision, PULLER has been making a name for himself since 2015. A variety of dance sounds, many of them coming equipped with a vocal or a pop-edge built in, have seeped out of the studio and into the collective conscienceness of the masses. With million of plays to his name, PULLER is certainly on to something.