Bearson has been steadily rising artist in the indie dance sphere over the past year. The young Norwegian producer has seemingly transitioned from Tropical House to a vibey, synth heavy, and Anime-inspired sound. Following up his most recent remix of Tove Styrke’s “Ego”, Bearson returns with a collaboration from another buzzing female vocalist, Mark Johns. Titled “Imposter”, his new collaboration implements a mesmerizing arrangement of keys, wavy beats and some Tropical elements that flow flawlessly under her sensual vocals. Check it out below!
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Hotel Garuda, hot on the heels of their viral remix of SNBRN’s “Raindrops,” is back with an official collaboration remix with CRNKN. What a combo, right? Today, the artists combine their talents in remixing the Swedish dance duo Galantis “Gold Dust” into a deep-progressive house banger. This all comes right as the Swedes try and rollout their debut album, Pharmacy. The track is a fun one, so check out CRNKN & Hotel Garuda’s remix, and the rest of the Remix EP featuring Loosid, Hook N Sling, and Yacht Club on iTunes here:
Sweater Beats and Mark Johns are about to break Soundcloud with their new collaboration cover of “All Day” by Kanye West. Sweater Beats surprises us on this one with a fresh new production style full of electric guitar chords that build up to a synth centric beat. Mark John’s sultry vocals are flawless as usual adding a unique spin to the original tune. Stream the track below and be sure to grab a free download here.
I don’t know which part of Loud Luxury’s “All For You” I like more: Kaleena’s powerful vocals, Loud Luxury’s beautiful chords during the versus, or the deep bass heavy drop. “All For You” is the culmination of future and deep house creating a modern sound that tactfully pays homage to classic UK deep house. And what complements this vibe the best? Soulful, gospel-esque vocals from Kaleena Zanders, of course. Stream the track below and keep your eye out for this rising Canadian duo.
Coming in hot with the second single from their Variety Pack EP, Bee’s Knees returns with “Keeper”. Following the release of their indie inspired track “Rumored To Be”, the Los Angeles duo’s latest takes on a more AC Slater-esque, bass route. Incorporating vocals from Chuck Inglish & Buddy, “Keeper” is full of strong summer vibes and a head bobbing beat. Consisting of Aaron Spiro and Adam Novodor, it’s amazing these two started their careers only a year ago after graduating from Icon Collective. Currently on tour with Kill Paris, check to see if Bee’s Knees is coming to your town. Grab a free download here!
If you don’t know about the co-founder of Moving Castle and 1/2 of Hotel Garuda, Manila Killa, then you’ve come to the right place. The DC based producer consistently displays a cutting edge understanding of the indie dance world and his remix of The M Machine’s “Don’t Speak” continues this trend. Manila Killa displays his eclectic taste in music and diverse production skills successfully breathing a new life to the original mix. Expect the full package to come out on April 23rd on OWSLA, and make sure catch both artists on tour!
Nothing Bee’s Knees touches is ever ordinary. A relatively new act, the dynamic duo kick off the countdown to their up-coming EP with a new single. Titled “Rumored To Be Real”, the original fuses various styles and genres into one. Featuring vocals from Marty Rod, the track floats into electric keys underlying hypnotic vocals which fuse into a groovy bass line. Harmonies and echoing give the intro an ambient vibe, only to drop into Chromeo-esque guitar chords and an almost robotic tone. Escaping into a fantasy world, it’s amazing these two have time to release new music while they kick off their nationwide tour with Kill Paris. The release marks first taste of their soon to be released Variety Pack EP, it’s safe to say that we can’t wait to hear the rest. Grab your Free Download of “Rumored To Be Real” here!
As down tempo music is on the rise, the term ‘ambient’ and ‘melodic’ is thrown around so often it has almost lost its meaning. With that being said, it wasn’t until now I found a song that truly encompassed the definition of ambient. Brought to you from our favorite bass connoisseur, Kill Paris returns today with his latest original “You Don’t Love Me No More”. Following up his release “Space Forest”, the second track from his forthcoming album is smooth, sweet and has just enough funk. Keeping in time with the outer space theme, the bass-centric tune soothes the soul as it glides through wavy synths and calming instrumentations. His album “Galaxies Between Us” is set to be released off the ultra talented producer’s own label “Sexy Electric” on April 14th. Check out the stream and grab the free download below.
Sporadically pumping out releases over the last year, SYRE is an expert at flying just under the radar. Marking his 10th original, Dmitriy Burenok (aka SYRE) newest creation upholds his long line of fire releases. Titled “Burn”, the track starts with unexpected ping pong sounds that eloquently segue into wavy synths, guitar slides and Kendra Dias’ smooth vocals. Adopted by Next Wave Records, be sure to grab your free copy of “Burn” here. Enjoy!
Music industry mogul Sean Glass has released his debut production in the form of a Robert Delong remix. While this is Sean’s first dip into music released under his own musical brand he is no stranger to the electronic music community. Sean is the brains behind Win Music whose debut release of Duke Dumont’s “Need U 100%” last year earned a Grammy nomination and chart topping positions across the globe. His disco infused remix of “Long Way Down” is an impressive start to a series of self-branded tracks coming this spring. Stream the tune below and be on the lookout for the full remix package coming March 31st on Glassnote Records.