Bass, House | AYOO And XPNSV TASTE Go Big On Bass House With ‘DRIPPIN NON STOP’

Posted by on November 28, 2021

“DRIPPIN NON STOP,” offer more than what the average song tackling this genre does. The magic of AYOO and XPNSV TASTE come out in this one, dazzling their fanbase and first-timers alike with their quick-acting, bass heavy style. The single symbolizes the complimentary aesthetics these guys can communicate when they put their minds to it. This track boasting some serious juice that stirs up adrenaline damn near involuntary.

Though in different locations, AYOO and XPNSV TASTE used the power of the internet to push forward on the project file until its inevitable completion. The world is a better place because of it, surprising samples catching the listener off guard, while thumping bass satisfies and the rhythm ensures the mood stays savvy.

Greatness is what is going to follow these hungry, passionate artists, “DRIPPIN NON STOP,” being one of many heaters AYOO and XPNSV TASTE are capable of.

House | Sam Allan Drops Time-Testing House Single ‘Regressive’ On Gameroom Records

Posted by on October 22, 2021

Sam Allan clearly has an intelligent world view, which his music reflects. His recent single “Regressive,” takes in many different influences all in one go to capture something moment-making and all-around impressive. Signed to Gameroom Records / Blackhole Records, the single takes the listener on an all-it’s own journey, touching on Arabic culture, underrated instruments, and a smooth house flow built on squeaky clean production. The sonic adventure at hand is one that is well-crafted and well-thought out, a vibe like this not being able to be rendered in a couple hours time. The efforts Sam Allan put in here was well worth it, the experience being easy to come back to again and again.

Sam Allan has been in the game for quite some time, over 10 years in fact. Through his music career, he’s had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such names as Zedd, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, Robin Schulz, Cash Cash, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, and W&W, playing at venues like Marquee and Lavo as well.

He’s a well-rounded guy and both his social and streaming platforms exude just this. “Regressive,” is something not to be missed.

Progressive House | Mt. Sierra Drops Deep and Meaningful Single ‘Stop Yourself’

Posted by on October 11, 2021

Continually pumping out jams that ride the line between progressive, deep, and tech house, Matt Sierra is bringing forth excellent electronic jams again and again. Following up 2021 singles “Mt. Joel,” “When It Rains,” and now, “Stop Yourself,” it’s becoming more clear the angle that this artist is going for.

“Stop Yourself,” is his October 2021 release, featuring some elements that we have seen from his past releases, but boasting an original attitude here that’s easy to enjoy again and again.

It’s no wonder that Mt. Sierra’s production chops are up to this level, he’s a graduate of Icon Collective, one of the most respected electronic education institutions in America. Clearly the education and connection he built up there is playing as a positive into his career today.

If you like what “Stop Yourself,” has to offer, dive into to what his catalog bares thus far, you won’t be disappointed.

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House | Luke Alexander Puts His Twist On Popular Single ‘Don’t Tell Em’

Posted by on October 9, 2021

“Don’t Tell Em,” is an electrifying house cover thanks to the talents of Luke Alexander. “Don’t Tell Em,” is a twist on a 2015 classic originally created by Jeremih & YG, the version that Alexander has put on it does justice to the original, blending in sounds that combine aspects of modern electronic, Luke Alexander’s style, as well as the structure of the original. Commanding and all-consuming, the track contains many triggers that will elate those in the club, a location which Luke Alexander is highly familiar with.

The captivating single follows up another winner of a tune released back in February titled, “Try Again,” alongside Simon Blaze, which went on to critical acclaim and nearly 100,000 streams on Spotify alone.

The man is passionate about exploring many genres, house music just happening to be the wavelength he is feeling expanding on at this time.

Luke Alexander has been booked at some of the hottest clubs in the nation, LIV Miami, DAER South Florida, Sony Hall NYC, and Somewhere Nowhere NYC being just a few of the names under his belt.

Albums, House | Besomorph Unleashes House Heater “Heartbreak Hotel” Alongside Anthony Keyrouz And Jon Paul

Posted by on October 9, 2021

With multiple releases on Universal Music/Virgin and official remixes for the likes of Topic, Tujamo, A7S and more, LA-based talent Besomorph holds more than 5 million monthly listeners on Spotify under his three aliases, and has undoubtedly won the hearts of many with his unique take on house music. After growing up in Germany, he has successfully made the relocation to LA and has seen his career explode over the last couple of years, becoming the finalist on John Lennon’s Songwriting Competition 2020 with his song “Anxiety” and reaching over 100k subscribers on his YouTube channel. 

Now, following acclaimed singles such as “You So Loose” and “Crush,” Besomorph has enlisted Lebanese producer Anthony Keyrouz and singer/songwriter Jon Paul for “Heartbreak Hotel.” Besomorph and Anthony Keyrouz hit it big last year with a number of successful collaborations, among them “Apologize,“ “Death Bed” and “Virus,” so this house heater is bound to become a massive hit as well.  

“Heartbreak Hotel” is part of Chapter RED, a phase of Besomorph’s new branding line, defined by dangerous love games, destructive behavior and mental distress, with red symbolizing danger and toxicity. As Besomorph explains: “Heartbreak Hotel is a place we all meet, which is a place of sadness, but only meant for a temporary stay.”

Electro, House | Epikker Share Electro-House Vibes In ‘Joyride’

Posted by on September 19, 2021

Epikker follows up their “Nobody Knows,” remix with a colorful original they’ve titled “Joyride.” This single bursts with positive vibes via it’s electro-house components, yet it could trigger some throwback feelings depending on how old the listener is who experiences the tune.

Thumping, synth heavy, and highly melodic, the track hits all the right pressure points to send a desire to dance through the body. The arrangement enhances the catchiness going on within, the track being easy to repeat and containing plenty to love.

Epikker has plenty of aesthetics that are easy to latch onto. Made up of Henry Strange and Suniel Fox, the two bring a balance to one another that compounds into a energy of endless possibilities.

Deep House | Running Touch’s ‘Ceilings’ A Deep House Journey Not To Be Missed

Posted by on September 18, 2021

If you have not heard of Running Touch, now is the time to get acquainted. “Ceilings,” is now out and gives a sliver of understanding as to why this solo artist has been in such demand in the late 2010’s and now going forward. “Ceilings,” shares many club-friendly elements within it, from the eased- ticking of the 128 BPM house tempo to the light organ chords and notes. The aspects are certainly charming, but it’s the vocals that truly make this work stand out.

Running Touch shares more behind “Ceilings,” below:

“I thought the verses to be all the questions and problems, the chorus to be this disregard for those things and the release. It flourishes. Cycles – just like we experience. The name ‘Ceilings’ is a reference to our subconscious, all the unsolved feelings and tensions that dictate us.”
– Running Touch

As the quote shares, Running Touch clearly looks inward when it comes to the ‘why’ behind the music. His artist direction and creative output is easy to latch on to, for surface level reasons as well as very introspective reasons too.

“Ceilings,” is available to listen to in full above. If digging what is heard, he’s got a thick catalog to fall back that certainly stands the test of time.