Future House | Teddy Rose’s “Infuse” Keeping Future House Relevant

Posted by on October 5, 2016

I’ve sort of moved on to acts like Malaa or kind of found future house saturated as of late. But “Infuse” brings the spirit of the genre back into full-swing. Teddy Rose, based out of San Diego, focuses mostly on a future house sound, but just as bits of the genres shift over time (like any genre naturally), he stays with the times, putting his own innovations on the tune.

Teddy Rose is onto something for sure, if he begins networking strongly with others in his genre niche as well as got his tunes in the right hands, Teddy could quite possibly make it to the next level.

If you are in the SoCal area, try to catch Teddy Rose live and experience his world brought to it’s full potential.

Future House | Shaun Frank – Let You Get Away ft. Ashe

Posted by on September 28, 2016

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Stunning vocals, a groovy rhythm, and R&B infused percussion is what you can expect from this beauty of a track. What is unexpected is the high voltage drop that seamlessly integrates into the flow of the track while maintaining an unbelievable energy that will have you saying “oh wow!”

Bass, Future House | Apashe Furthers His Rise To The Top With “Skeleton Dance”

Posted by on March 23, 2016

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Apashe has long been one of the most unique artists in the electronic dance music scene. He’s been known for his hybrid trap style, taking from hip-hop, dubstep and even classical, and mashing them all into one. Lately, he’s been fusing house and breakbeat styles with his already one-of-a-kind sound to create some immense party jams that aren’t in cut time. However, he does throw some trap breaks in, as he does with “Skeleton Dance,” his latest song on Kannibalen Records. “Skeleton Dance” features Canadian vocalist LENA. Together these two bring an anthem to the table that is set to rock the many upcoming Summer festivals. One thing that always sticks out to me in his productions are his sounds. In this one, you get some vicious basses and synths that aren’t like anything you’ve heard before. Check out the track and head over to the link below to get a copy!

Apashe – Skeleton Dance feat. LENA: Purchase on iTunes


Future House | Fuel Your Day w/ JOYRYDE’s new track “Fuel Tank”

Posted by on February 19, 2016

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JOYRYDE has a distinct new single that is breaking grounds for dance music. The Los Angeles based producer’s new original “Fuel Tank” has the makings of a rydrz squad anthem between the disco breakdown and pedal to the metal drop. The track has a spooky progression with bass swelled synths that will put you in a head nodding state. Grab the free download below and roll out.

Free Download – JOYRYDE – FUEL TANK

Future House | Clinton Sparks Drops Guest Mix for The Underground In Chicago

Posted by on February 17, 2016

Grammy nominated producer Clinton Sparks is a many of many talents. A DJ, a writer, a singer, and cookie connoisseur. Celebrating their 50th Podcast Edition, Clinton Sparks drops a brand new future house mix featuring tunes from Oliver Heldens, Dom Dolla, and more that’s 30 minutes of pure fire. Catch him this Saturday (February 20th) at The Underground in Chicago to experience the madness.

As always, GET FAMILIAR!

Future House | Vibe out to AWAY’s “Motley Crue” remix

Posted by on February 8, 2016

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For the school THEY. finds themselves in, they’re underrated. Their debut release “Motley Crue” didn’t receive the proper exposure it deserved, and let’s hope this remix by AWAY sheds light on this gem. Hauntingly beautiful, AWAY takes “Motley Crue” on a future bass spin, and it’s fitting for the current blossoming LA scene. I’m seeing flashing lights, and dark basements, think throwback Travis Scott when he dropped “Lights (Love Sick).” Press play, and give this one a <3 on Hypem, to get it up the chart!

iTunes – THEY. – Motley Crue (AWAY Remix)

Electro, Electronic, Future House | Major Lazer – Be Together (P Buddy ‘Just In Time’ Remix)

Posted by on January 18, 2016

Major Lazer Be Together P Buddy Remix

P Buddy, a new and upcoming producer with major talent (no pun intended) puts an epic and euphoric spin on a Major Lazer classic. P Buddy has roots in the SF Bay Area but is currently producing out of LA, and word on the street says he has close ties with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, two music industry moguls. The original ‘Be Together’ track is good, but a little too much for the casual listener– not necessarily a song you would play when you were hanging around with your friends. P Buddy’s edit, however, perfectly leverages the vocals and puts a perfect beat under them to rework the song while maintaining a sense of euphoria at a perfect tempo to dance to, drink to, or do whatever else you degenerates do to.

via The College Sound