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!

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 Trap | “Felicity” produced by Leat’Eq, Wanna Wake, and featuring Haley Gorman Puts The “Bass” In Future Bass

Posted by on September 21, 2016

Daily Earfood has been on role when it comes to finding small artist with big sounds, they’ve done it again with the release of “Felicity”, a song `that proves this trio can stand on their own feet – a breaking point for artists who seem somewhat new to the dance music game as a living.

I hope Leat’Eq and Wanna Wake work together again, future bass is a very saturated market/sound right now, but they’ve found a way to approach the genre freshly and deliver something that goes above and beyond the call of duty. Haley Gorman is the strings that pull the package together though – very soothing style here.

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Albums | “Goodbye” Is Melvv’s Best Song To Date

Posted by on September 17, 2016

This is the hottest collaboration of the week, with ease. Melvv and MOONZz connect on their new Majestic Casual released single, “Goodbye” and it is out of this world. I’ve heard stuff by both of these artists in the past but this is easily the best work on both of their resumes. MOONZz flawless vocals float perfectly atop of the sexy future beats production via Milwaukee producer, Melvv. Check it out above!

Chill | Steve Void Makes Biggest Hit Yet “Chemistry (ft. Clara Mae)”

Posted by on September 15, 2016

Steve Void made it into this week’s New Music Friday playlist on Spotify, he has well over 500,000 plays now, has garnered 10 million plays to his name overall, and isn’t stopping anytime soon.

The soloist based out of Europe has crossed future bass and the best elements of chill house to make a track that is a true hybrid.

Steve has an upcoming collaboration with Sam Feldt, so keep an eye out for that one as well.

Chill | Steve Void’s “Chemistry” Hit’s #4 On SoundCloud’s “New & Hot” Overall Chart And Climbing

Posted by on September 8, 2016

Steve Void is one house artist who’s hard to ignore. Few come close to his sound design ability and knowledge regarding chill house and deep house trends, and he’s been rewarded for this. Steve Void has over 11 million streams attained in under a year. If that doesn’t scream success I don’t know what does.

Steve Void’s “Chemistry” features a beautiful blend of chill house elements that have taken over the scene in the last couple of years while also taking a stab at the future bass explosion that is upon us. I’d be looking out for big things from this artist, such as a new collaboration with, let’s say, with Sam Feldt. (Hint hint.)

Electronic | Razz impresses with his remix of “La La Land”

Posted by on September 7, 2016

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Razz is back with his new remix of “La La Land”, originally by DVBBS x Shaun Frank and featuring the gorgeous vocals from Delaney Jane. This future bass track takes you on a roller coaster ride, introducing melodic orchestral elements leading up to a powerful gritty drop. Razz has been on quite a streak of releases lately, with his original “Right Back” seeing a release on Kitchen Records, and his remix of “Walking On A Dream” being supported across the music scene. We can’t wait for his next releases, but for now, check out Razz’s take on “La La Land”.