Cover | Patty Crash & Kronic reinvent a classic

Posted by on October 28, 2016

To be honest, the idea of an Icelandic born songwriter covering a classic Australian electro tune sounds beyond bizarre, but somehow this is starting to make sense.

Patty Crash, who earned herself a Grammy nod for her work with The Roots, adds her “Macy Gray meets ODB” spin to Sneaky Sound System’s 2006 hit, Pictures. With a little help from the now LA-based Kronic, the duo transform the original electro hit into a trapped out downtempo jam.

 

Mix | Jack Rabbit Goes Dark for Halloween Mix

Posted by on October 24, 2016

So… Jack Rabbit gets evil huh? This mix is creepy as hell, but good, really good. With some of the darkest music we’ve heard accompanied by various creepy movies quotes, this mix perfectly sets the mood for these days leading up to Halloween. We had no idea that the rabbit had this side to him, seeing as all of his previous mixes are so jolly and playful… his range in music taste is impressive.

All of his previous mixes HERE

Electronic | Listen to “Castaway” by Sun City

Posted by on October 5, 2016

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Sun City gives us a brand new summery treat called ‘Castaway’, which features the voice of Yeo. Sun City mention that this is just the first taste of their forthcoming ‘Daytona EP’, and if this track is any indication, it’s going to be a great one. From the producers themselves, “This track is about relinquishing the idea of control and leaving everything up to fate, or the universe.” ‘Castaway’ is a chilled but upbeat track with warm vibes with well executed sound design and percussion. Check out the track now and show Sun City and Yeo some love!

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Electronic, Hip-Hop | Drake’s “Childs Play” gets flipped by Aash Mehta

Posted by on September 13, 2016

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After hitting the #1 spot on the HypeM remix charts with his remix of “Closer” by The Chainsmokers, Aash Mehta is back with a flip of Drake’s “Childs Play”. His take on the track combines lush futuristic chords with powerful drums that makes it a sure fire hit at clubs and festival, as well as delivering an enjoyable listener experience. While the full track isn’t available on Soundcloud due to obvious reasons, the preview gives you a great idea of what the young producer has done with the original. Listeners can get the full track for free, here. Aash’s flip of “Childs Play” is a must listen and must download, so be sure to grab it now and follow Aash as he continues his successful year with another hit!

Chill, Electronic | Hounded’s new track will make you “Feel So Right”

Posted by on September 7, 2016

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“Feel So Right” is the new track from Australian producer Hounded, teaming up with Californian singer/songwriter Bamiyah. This track has a chill jungle-house vibe to it, making it packed with emotions – both happy and sad. It definitely takes skill to create a tune that brings out such a wide range of feelings, and Bamiyah’s voice perfectly suits this piece. She said, “The records lyrics delve into the idea of believing that you are right for someone, and can make them happy even if they do not see it. It is almost a plea to a significant other to prove your worthiness.” Check out “Feel So Right” now!

Electro | DRAYCO Combines Heavy House And Harry Potter With “Lords”

Posted by on August 13, 2016

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No matter your musical taste, you gotta give it to DRAYCO for embracing a specific idea that people can relate to and sticking with it. All of DRAYCO’s song tease elements of Harry Potter through audio or visuals.

DRAYCO has a ton of release under is belt and probably won’t be slowing down, the solo DJ is well-branded and knows how to approach his production to get the sound he wishes to achieve. If you like epic, powerful house moments, DRAYCO is for you.

Bass | Vincent’s Remix of Alessia Cara’s “Here” Is Fantastic

Posted by on September 17, 2015

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Every now and again, there’s a track that surfaces and you can’t get enough of it. This Vincent remix of Alessia Cara’s “Here” is that track. If you’re familiar with the original, you probably have an idea of what expect, but Winnipeg’s young producer blows expectations out of the water with his fantastic rendition. Vincent has injected his synth and bass-fueled style into the addictive hit, transforming it into a future bass anthem that you will have on repeat. Have a listen to it for yourself and if you’re interested in exploring Alessia Cara’s Four Pink Walls EP, head over to iTunes.