House | Phenatiks Drops House Influenced Single “Tour Guide”

Posted by on December 7, 2017

In a world filled with excessive social media campaigns and self-promotion, the Phenatiks are an interesting anomaly. Comprised of PhilZen and jinjun, the innovative production duo prefers to let their music speak for itself by keeping a low key online profile. Enthusiasm for their new single “Tour Guide” and their previous release “Your Body” indicates that their production is more than capable of standing on its own merits. On “Your Body” the Phenatiks dive into the world of tribal house with a fierce drum track and some distinct vocal chops. Their fresh take one dance music is already generating quite a response on SoundCloud and leaving listeners eager for their next track. With a steadily growing fan base, expect to hear much more from them in the coming months.

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.

To learn more go to Point Blank’s homepage here: http://www.pointblankmusicschool.com/

Chill | Deep Chills Hits You Right In The Feels With “Fade Away (Deep Chills Remix)”

Posted by on September 15, 2016

Deep chills has made himself known in the dance music scene via consistently great releases that are the cream of the current trending crop, when it comes to chill house music. He’s got million of plays, has played dozen of shows this year, including shows at Miami Music Week 2016, and continues to push the limits of the broad genre he is in.

“Ryder – Fade Away (Deep Chills Remix)” has great energy and would go great at any pool party. A quick side note: Deep Chill’s mixes are something that is a really dope part about his brand, dive into those if you haven’t. already

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House | Brick’s “Off The Rack” Tells A House Story Worth Sharing

Posted by on August 29, 2016

I’m not sure if its the low pitched vocals, the in your face basslines, or the squirmy vibrato laced topline, but “Off The Rack” by Bricks is a catchy house track that’s fuses Miami and LA vibes into its own thing.

The Icon Collective graduate with a focus on house music, based in LA, is making his mark with “Off The Rack”. He’s recently partnered with a couple large companies in the music industry, so be on the lookout bigger things. Also, he’s dropping a label release soon as well too. 3rd times a charm – can’t wait to hear what’s next, the last two give a clear picture of what’s to come.

Exclusive | FNT EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | EDX ‘NO XCUSES’ 285

Posted by on August 22, 2016

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When it all comes down it, the summer season is the time of the year that EDX truly shines. The Swiss producer’s melodic, seaside anthems have a special connection with the warmer months, seeing as most of his releases radiate sultry, head-nodding grooves that can encapsulate any late-night summer party. For the past couple of months specifically, EDX made no plans to hold back. Straight off a bus tour that had him touring around North America, EDX came into the summer season with a fury, picking up a 10 week residency at Privilege Ibiza alongside a string of cinematic releases. On top of his packed touring schedule, the coveted producer also never faltered on his mission to supply fans with the freshest, forward-thinking tunes that the house music world has to offer. His weekly No Xcuses radio show continues to draw in thousands of listens as music lovers and tastemakers tune in to hear the hottest sounds – old and new – for anyone’s listening pleasure.

This week we’re showing off No Xcuses #285, an incredible journey of club-ready, deep house grooves featuring the likes of Florian Paetzold, Simion, Antonio Giacca, and more. You can download the mix on iTunes here.

EDX also just released his rendition of Groove Armada’s track “My Friend” today. Check it out!

Mix | Founder of BABËL New York makes DJ Debut

Posted by on June 24, 2016

 

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As the founder and creative mind behind BABËL, Wael Mechri-Yver brings a fresh perspective to nightlife with experience-driven events that are both transformative and spellbinding. Naturally, his passion for art, music and culture has led him to his newest project, WAÏ, a transcendent, sultry approach to house music. Each beat of his debut two hour mix breaths inspiration and innovation. Energized by his experiences at Burning Man and adventures around the globe, WAÏ is compelled to fulfill a vision: to build a community of open souls from diverse cultures and tribes united through the power of music, creativity and the pursuit of magic.

Review | Desert Hearts Spring Festival 2016: A Journey of Discovery

Posted by on April 25, 2016

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Before moving out to California three months ago, I didn’t know much about Desert Hearts. I would see the festival’s name pop up time after time in blogs and Facebook posts, and I became intrigued by the colorful photos and people that caught my attention. I remember sitting at home in the middle-of-nowhere, Pennsylvania, scrolling through photos of the festival, and fantasizing about what it would be like to be in this vibrant scene all dressed in silly clothes with happy-looking humans. Not long after my move to California, an opportunity arose for me to attend the festival; I couldn’t refuse it. The time had finally come for me to find out what Desert Hearts was all about.

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