Albums | k?d Releases Neon Genesis Evangelion Remix, Hikaru Utada “One Last Kiss”

Posted by on December 9, 2021

Young producer prodigy k?d drops his remix of Hikaru Utada’s “One Last Kiss,” his first release since his collaboration “BIB” with Steve Aoki released at the start of 2021.

“One Last Kiss” is the ending track of Rebuild of Evangelion, Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Thrice Upon a Time. On the remix, k?d says: “as you guys know i’m a huge evangelion fan so i couldn’t resist remixing it. also this artwork took me forever to draw!!! it’s been a while since i posted a kid track, enjoy!!!!”

Few artists have seen the kind of growth that k?d has seen. The Florida-born producer & DJ went from attending his first festival as a fan in 2016 to performing at EDC LV’s Circuit Grounds stage less than 2 years later. 

k?d’s creativity is not limited to music though, as he incorporates his own imaginative illustrations & design in his music, live shows, merchandise, and more. His prolific genius has earned him the respect of fans and peers alike. His fervent fan base helped him sell out 75% of his first headline tour and have followed him around the globe to festivals like Tomorrowland, Ultra, Lollapalooza and more. 

2022 brought him all over the United States, playing EZOO, EDC, Beyond Wonderland, Lost in Dreams, Audiotistic + more. Videos have surfaced of k?d dropping unreleased bangers from his upcoming album… we can’t wait for hear more k?d.

Electronic | Trademark drops his first ever remix

Posted by on October 18, 2016

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Following the footsteps of 3LAU and Kap Slap, Trademark has amassed a huge fan base through his mashups and now turns to original productions. Only a few artists have successfully been able to make the leap and based off Trademark’s first remix, he’ll have no problem following suit. Trademark puts his spin on Lany’s “Where The Hell Are My Friends”, filled with good vibes, warm synths, and an upbeat melody. We look forward to see what Trademark comes up with in the future, he’s definitely got a bright future ahead of him. Check out the track now and be sure to support his socials!

Interviews | Bricks Break’s Down His House Roots, Timing, Future Plans & More In Exclusive Interview

Posted by on July 19, 2016

Bricks has a classic LA story but with some genuine depth to it that’s just likeable, frankly. In this FNT interview, Bricks breaks down where his house roots came from, why he makes what he does (which is fluid dark hip-hop-influenced house that totally suites 2016, check out previous posts on our site), and so much more. Read all the details here.

How would you describe your style?

Brian: I’d describe it as a collection of all the styles that have influenced me through out my life. It’s combination of House, Miami Bass and Hip Hop. I add the groove of house to the raw 808 miami bass sound, then work in some vocal chopping and analog 80’s synths, and out comes up the Bricks sound.

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News | Playy App Provides Platform For Music Fans & Artists To Deeply Connect

Posted by on February 18, 2016

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When I first laid my hands on Playy. I was skeptical. Apps aimed at the dance market and/or the loyalist/hyper-social music fan demo are a dime a dozen.Yet, Playy app is the opposite of such criticisms. Playy offers a series of tools that create a win-win scenario for all players involved, while providing higher than average content on socials. Here’s the logistics, the app allows you to use music from Playy’s ever-growing catalog to capture real time moments, essentially making a montage of sorts while using artists music legally. Yet, Playy goes much further than this. Their well-designed and fully-functional software allows you to capture various parts of the song, utilize editing tools, rotate the order of created clips in real-time, while adding finishing touches and effects. Once finished, your video is posted to your profile and feed. Where friends – and the artist of the song you used – are notified and can view, enjoy, and share. Imagine it like a Snapchat and Facebook combined with awesome theme song inserts that both artists and friends can be notified to see.

Download the app here.

News | FestiCrates.com Starts First Ever Subscription Box For Dance Music

Posted by on February 4, 2016

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Festicrates.com is a dance music subscription box that is curated to the interests of multiple fan groups within the scene. Essentially, you input your gender and select a box suited to your interest, and FestiCrates will send you a variety box of items to your door monthly, curated to you.

The boxes can be purchased month-to-month, or more long term. The longer you invest the larger discount you get.

At the same time, Festicrates has opened up a store where a large amount of accessories and clothing can be per-ordered.

Looks like orders on both fronts won’t be shipping until April, but the premise looks promising. Learn more about FestiCrates from their socials and video above.

Bass | Trivecta’s Monstercat Release “The Vale” Is An Unforgettable Multi-Mood Journey

Posted by on January 13, 2016

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Monstercat is known far and wide for it’s spectrum of great bass music. Trivecta has added yet another tune to the family with his single “The Vale.” The four-minute experience has fascinating highs and lows, amazing emotions conveyed through sound, and spot-on production quality.

Trivecta signature style and selling point is the highly relatable, highly energetic themes he builds in his music. His tunes paint pictures in your mind virtually without you knowing it, they get even more grand if you pause and truly tune in to the sound for a moment.

If you’re a fan of acts like Varien or Madeon, or enjoy some adventure in your beats, dive into Trivecta.

Hip-Hop | Harm Franklin Gives Us a Taste of What Its Like To Live ‘A Week In Vancouver’

Posted by on September 18, 2015

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As far as 21st century freestyles go, this may be one of the hottest that’s come across my desk. If you’re a fan of new age hip-hop take a few minutes and have a taste of excellence. Coming off the hype from ‘The Condo’, Harm Franklin releases another tune that’s getting me excited for his in-the-works mixtape ‘The Learning Curve 3.’ He’s also blessed our ears, recently working off a track with Atlanta’s hottest up-and-comer OG Maco on collaboration titled “25-8.” If you need any more proof you’re hearing a future Godfather of this generation of hip-hop artists, press play.