Electronic | Taylor Wise remixes Penguin Prison and the result is incredible

Posted by on January 28, 2016

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Taylor Wise is on FIRE. Having his last four releases hit #1 on HypeM, the NYC producer is taking feel good music to a whole new level. Taylor Wise takes a melodic indie-pop approach on Penguin Prison’s “Show Me The Way”, perfectly blending the vocals and vibes from the original with an uplifting dance floor twist as well. The ‘Show Me The Way Remix EP’ will be released on February 5 on Downtown Records, but until then, stream the full track above!

Electronic | Peep the Brand new remix from The Jane Doze

Posted by on October 5, 2015

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The Jane Doze just remixed XYLO’s “Afterlife”, and it’s one that you’ll be listening to throughout the day. Whether you’re on your way to work, coming back home from a long day of class, or just chillin’ in the middle of the night – you’ll want to bump this tune. The NYC duo put a very chill/future pop spin on XYLO’s hit, and the result is something unexpected but brilliant. Listen now, and be sure grab that free download!

Chill | Sound Remedy and Illenium team up to give us a Melodic Dubstep masterpiece

Posted by on May 18, 2015

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Sound Remedy and Illenium are two the of best at creating Melodic Dubstep, so when I found out the two were going to team up, I knew the result was going to be something amazing. “Spirals” featuring King Deco has definitely surpassed my expectations. The track perfectly combines Sound Remedy and Illenium’s distinctive styles, and was beautifully written by Deco and her co-writer, Kinetics. Deco’s vocals really shine here, and the sentiment will certainly resonate with its listeners. These artists have given us plenty of free music in the past, so be sure to support their newest release on iTunes.

Buy: Sound Remedy & Illenium – Spirals (ft. King Deco)

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Future Trap | Prince Fox prevails once again

Posted by on April 29, 2015

Prince Fox has done a great job at making his unique sound heard throughout the blogosphere with his countless impressive remixes and his recent original “Wait Until Tomorrow”. The kid has been killing it as of late. His most recent remix is one of SNBRN’s “Raindrops”, which is an absolute jam with some extremely catchy vocals. Prince Fox takes a more futuristic trap route on this one and the result is killer. It brings such a big sound without sounding cluttered or overwhelming. Cop a listen and you’ll see that Prince Fox can really pack a punch.

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Mashups | 2Fire Brings The Heat With His “Keep Rockin Blind Heart” Tune

Posted by on February 28, 2015


I’m not a mashup fan. Never have. Never will. This though? This is something serious 2Fire lives up his name to bring us a future house remix that you might lose your face to at home or in the club. 2Fire has had a stroke of genius mashing Cazette’s infectious “Bind Heart” single featuring Terry B with Riggi & Piros’s “Keep Rocking”. The result is nothing short of incredible. Free download below.

DOWNLOAD: Cazzete Ft. Terry B! X Riggi & Piros – Keep Rockin Blind Heart (2Fire Mashup)

House | A-Trak ft. Andrew Wyatt – Push

Posted by on November 17, 2014

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It’s so hard to make a festival friendly banger without losing credibility. The line between cliche and timeless is extremely thin. (How Galantis does this is beyond me, but I digress.) Somehow, A-Trak has found a way to balance the two, creating “Push” featuring Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow fame. The result is truly unforgettable, as “Push” has the potential to break through not only in a dance space full of predictable anthems, but also on American radio as well. A-Trak. Andrew Wyatt. Fire flames.

Purchase: A-Trak ft. Andrew Wyatt – Push

Albums | B.Love — Who Says? [Mixtape]

Posted by on April 28, 2014

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One of the great teases in our society of late is the ease with which many assume they’ll attain rap stardom. With the growing diversity of emcees’ backgrounds, and, more importantly, the lowering bar of the skill necessary to receive that long-coveted record deal, we’ve entered a time when many think it’s totally plausible they’ll make it big with their rhymes. And that scares me. I’m all for artistic expression, but when an artist is after fame and not necessarily making music for expression’s sake or as a result of their love for the craft, it’s clear. And because the former happens to be the vast majority of what makes up my inbox, here’s a chance for you to learn what the alternative sounds like.

B.Love (one-third of the FNT favorite Suns of Society), is a Cali-based rapper/songwriter/producer with a tremendous amount of versatility, and a desire to keep his sound authentic and unaffected by the industry’s love to keep artist’s boxed in and conformed to a specific sound. On his latest mixtape, Who Says?, B.Love produced the entire thing (with the help of some close friends and colleagues, including Benny Blanco and One Love) and tried to keep the record hard to describe and as broad in sound as possible. The result is a project that—while less unified by consistency in sound—is certainly consistent in terms of its experimentation and the fact that every track sounds like it was made exactly how B.Love intended. It’s a reminder that music is a passion for all of us, first and foremost, and whether or not you come out at the other end as marketable and easily packaged as would be ideal for making that shot at the big time shouldn’t be why you’re doing it. If you’re making records like this, then I have no reason to be scared at all. You can find Who Says? in full for free right here, or support the movement and make the financial gesture here.