Interviews | Point Blank Takes Us Through A History Of House Music

Posted by on September 27, 2016

There’s very few people who can actually deliver the true history of house music. Thankfully, Point Blank has filled this void by meeting up with James Wiltshire, who knows his stuff to say the least. Story-telling is a dying culture, but Wiltshire will make your mind filled with visuals and imagination with his detailed story starting all the way at the beginning.

If interested in part 2, Wiltshire then goes on to explain how to make house music here.

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Hip-Hop | Get Familiar With Jay Fresh’s “The Stay Gold Era” EP

Posted by on April 5, 2016

You may or may not have already heard of this guy, he has already had features with big name producers Griz, Gramatik, & Paper Diamond just to name a few. Jay Fresh is back at it again to debut his second solo project with all original production from the Ep’s executive producer Nine Duece out of Long Beach California. Style and grace can only describe the Ep’s sound with true lyricism and a 90’s hip-hop approach to the production.The project also has Features from a Dallas based singer Jay Sabin, and has feature production from Jus Stone along with TDE’s Blue The Misfit. This project is definitely a heater all the way through watch out for Jay Fresh and more upcoming releases to follow.

Pop | Timeflies take it all the way pop with their newest release “Worse Things Than Love”

Posted by on June 25, 2015

Timeflies has always towed the line of pop and rap carefully. Much of their early following can be attributed to rap renditions of famous pop songs in their “Timeflies Tuesday” series. However, with “Worse Things Than Love” they go all the way pop and don’t look back.

“Worse Things Than Love” comes right as the summer begins to heat up, and the hook is so catchy you’ll likely have it in your head until the summer cools down. To top it all off Natalie La Rose lays down a bridge that gives the song enough flare to really put it over the top.

While there may be a few begrudging fans out there, Timeflies took a step in the right direction with this one and because of that will hopefully get many more ears and eyes on them in the coming months.


House | The Him Just Dropped A Filthy “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Mother F*****” Remix

Posted by on June 5, 2015

Holy smokes this remix is disgusting. The Him, for the win. All the way out in Amsterdam, The Him are continuing to crush the blog space with their infectious remixes and originals that are catching the attention of just about everyone in the dance space. This thing already has 45,000 plays. Just a big ole’ remix!

HEART IT: Maroon 5 – This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf****r (The Him Remix)

House | Oliver Heldens – Koala (Michael Calfan Remix)

Posted by on December 6, 2014

I never post previews. It’s almost pointless. When I do, you know it’s something serious. I heard Michael Calfan’s “Koala” remix today and I lost it. Of course, it’s no where to be found on Soundcloud so we’ll be waiting until an official version releases. In the mean time, this will have to suffice. Michael Calfan has been extremely hot as of late with the release of his massive “Prelude” single on Spinnin’ Records. Earlier today he announced his December gigs, which will take him to Italy, Scotland, and South Africa. It’s good to be Michael Calfan right now. Turn this “Koala” remix all the way up. It’s something else.

Chill, Electro, Hip-Hop, Indie | 60 Sounds of Summer: The Rebirth (Playlist)

Posted by on May 27, 2014


The peachy playlisters have done it again. To follow up their smash hit, “60 Sounds of Summer Vol. 1”, the blogstars have decided to give us a fresh batch of sixty songs to kick this summer off with.

“The Rebirth” contains everything from hip-hop to reggae to indie to EDM, and is guaranteed to be enjoyed all the way through when lounging by the pool.

Less words; more summer sounds.

60 Sounds of Summer: The Rebirth from welikepeachrings on 8tracks Radio.


Posted by on April 29, 2014

If you’re looking for something a little different to start off the week, check out this track by Krampf and Akeda, both from Paris. Although the track is in French, and I’m aware many of our readers are English speakers, the beat speaks for itself. Chill and trapped out, “Embrasse Moi (ft. Pendentif)” bounces along through a mixed series of drum variations that keep it interesting. The warped vocals give it an eerie background. If you’ve got the right speakers, this track has some deep bass all the way through. Grab it for free!

Krampf | Akeda

Free Download: Krampf & Akeda – Embrasse Moi (Ft Pendentif)