Jersey Club | Venessa Michaels ft Kiana Brown – Touch Me

Posted by on March 6, 2015

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Today’s track discovery is by Venessa Michaels, a producer from Los Angeles, which reminds me of an edgier Ariana Grande or Mariah Carey track, and when I mean edgy, I mean a more trendier sound. Kiana Brown lends her vocals to the Jersey Club/future house production, and the finish product makes for a quality record that could very well crossover to the pop world. I’m a fan of this, and I’m surprised it has so little plays, this is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Venessa Michaels ft Kiana Brown – Touch Me

Progressive House | Mariah Carey – You’re Mine (Fedde Le Grand Remix)

Posted by on April 16, 2014

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I know I’m usually late to the party, but I had no clue Mariah Carey had a new single, nor that Fedde Le Grand remixed it, but somehow “You’re Mine (Eternal)” Fedde Le Grand’s remix managed to make it to my ears, and I’m glad it did. Ultranauts (those who were at Ultra music festival) can you confirm if this track was played at Ultra? I can only imagine this tune hitting the spot in a festival setting, heck, it’s hitting the spot in my headphones at my desk! No doubt about it this is a must listen!

Beatport: Mariah Carey – You’re Mine (Fedde Le Grand remix)

Chill, Jersey Club | Jailo & Vices – Loving You (Long Time)

Posted by on February 17, 2014

Today being the first day I’ve seen sunshine in Sweden in about 2 months mixed with all these leftover Valentine’s Day tracks certainly has me still feelin’ some type of way this morning. And what better than a Mariah Carey Jersey Club track to cater to those feelings! “Loving You (Long Time),” a collab from the Dutch Jailo and Florida’s own Vices, is perfect for easy listening to get the blood moving and your toes tapping. Check it out and be sure to keep your eye on these producers in the months to come.



Chill | Blackedout – Vessel

Posted by on February 3, 2014

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Brooklyn producer Blackedout releases “Vessel” the second single off his forthcoming sophomore EP. “Vessel” is a memorizing track  which includes a progressive buildup, layered with chopped high pitched vocals that will transport your soul and bring out bitter-sweet emotions, like that old school Mariah Carey, except this is house music. “Vessel” is a dream and an experience, the more I listen to it the more I can’t help but feel touched by it’s warmth and beauty. It’s Monday and everything’s going to be okay, this is hands down a must listen!

Progressive House | Henry Fong – Stand Up (Halftime)

Posted by on May 16, 2013

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Probably the only white guy with dreads with a remotely bright future, surfer dude Henry Fong follows up 2 heavily supported original releases with a free download that originally was just meant to be played out, but by popular demand he has released it to the general public. Taking a page out of the bombastic big room tracks that we have seen lately, Henry waltzes in a marching band to accompany the W&W-like big room beats bursting out of your speakers. I just imagine Nick Cannon (can you believe he got Mariah Carey?! I know me neither, she can still get it at 43) and his merry drum line competing with Henry, and battling for some prize of musical loudness. Anyway, just know this is meant to be played loud, for the live venue and its free, so get it.

Free Download: Henry Fong – Stand Up (Halftime)

Dubstep | Rouge – Goodbye (Winter Chords)

Posted by on December 23, 2012

Not the be The Grinch, but I can’t be the only one who is sick of Justin Bieber, Michael Bublé, Mariah Carey and all the other repetitive Christmas music that has been playing constantly for the past month. Rouge provides us with a sneak peak of the future of Christmas music that will keep your Jingle Bells headache away and the Christmas spirit alive! Happy Holidays, FNT Nation!

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FYI | Al Walser: The Definitive Guide

Posted by on December 6, 2012

If you’re among the dwindling percentage of the population that considers the Grammys to be a relevant barometer of today’s music scene, this was probably an exciting morning for you. Nominations for the 2013 awards (where we honor songs from 2012; yes, it’s all terribly confusing) have arrived — and in true Grammys fashion, there are some absolute curveballs thrown into an otherwise dull and predictable mix. Chief among them:

1. No nominations for Bieber. Cue mass Belieber outrage. God willing, however, the Biebs will still get tapped to perform, and in doing so will treat us to yet another glorious display of those drop crotch Hammer-pant legging things he so favors.

2. “Levels” was apparently released after October 2, 2011 and thus qualifies for a nomination.

3. Al Walser.

Since we’re assuming that this is the first you’re hearing of Al, we’ve prepared this handy guide to get you up to speed with the man of the hour. Check out the high budget marvel that is the above video, and then join us after the jump.