Order! The Speaker of the House has just released a new original. Hot off the heels of his well-received track “Seein’ Stars”, the 22-year-old producer has wasted no time putting out new music. Turning up the heat again for “I Know You”, the multi-genre artist blends inspirations from Future House and Deep House. Featuring his own vocals, the Philadelphia-native has an undeniable knack for consistently trying out new things but always producing a sound that is undeniably unique. Grab a free download of the track here!
We’ve been longtime fans of everything Coyote Kisses for quite some time. When they began releasing original content again this past January, the internet rejoiced. With each track since Coyote Kisses has continued to impress and prove why they possess such an unwavering fan base. Their newest track “Ferrari” is a festival ready and melodic driven future bass jam. The exquisite attention to detail and impressive sound design truly make “Ferrari” a standout, high-energy indie dance single. Don’t sleep on this one and grab the free download here.
E.A.S.Y. is composed of a tag team of DMC Champions Shiftee and Enferno. They’ve taken their notable prowess on the decks and turned their ears to the grounds of production. Good news for us, they’re back with a brand new track — “Pop Music” — and its arguably their best to date. Pitched down vocals and percussion fit for a trap lord will keep you in the zone on this one. Download and stream the track below, then click continue reading to check out the DJ routine they made for the track — really sick stuff.
Kill Paris takes you on an imaginative journey with his new original “Space Forest”. If there was such a thing as a forest in space, it would sound exactly like this song. The first installment off his up-coming Galaxies For Us album, his latest is a wavy tune with distorted vocals, piano keys and trippy synths. Originally from Boulder, Kill Paris is one of the many hot new talents coming out of the Colorado area right now. Embodying his roots while keeping his sound fresh and unique, Kill Paris is on a clear cut path for success. Staying busy, the ultra-talented producer is kicking off a tour along with releasing an album. A departure from his usual sound, if “Space Forest” is any indication of what the rest of the album will be like we can hardly wait. Stream the track below and catch the rest of his album out on April 14th.
TR!CK$ is one producer you are guaranteed to become acquainted with in the coming months. A tried and true Jersey connoisseur, the young act is back again with a remix of Vic Mensa. He brings an extra touch of diversity with some outside vocal samples, one of my favorite facets of this growing genre. Theres something very infectious about the bass arrangements that TR!CK$ continues to lay down in all his verses, so download the track below and find out for yourself.
I always get extremely excited when I see Prince Fox releases anything. His remix of Atlas Bounds “Tell Me” is an indie dance masterpiece. It’s really cool to see the young dapper fox team up with Next Wave Records as well. I can definitely see this collaboration sparking future endeavors between the two. This future bass tune takes you through different synth explosions as well as percussions that hit you so hard your left with no other option but to press play again. You can stream below and grab a free download here!
The Long Beach City Kids, aka LBCK, have been taking their brand of funk and soul-infused electronic music far and wide, gaining the trust of thousands for their consistent flow of jams like their contest-winning remix of Galantis’ “Runaway (U & I).” Today, they’ve given us the premiere of their latest effort, a re-imagination of Montell Jordan’s classic, “This Is How We Do It, that showcases their groove-driven, nostalgic sound that works perfectly in a modern context.
In celebration of the release, LBCK gives us some of their own words about their remix, “This tune is a certified classic — one of those jams you just have to vibe to. We’ve been playing this one since we were kids and have always thought it would be cool to throw some more contemporary funk stuff underneath the vocal. Kept it minimal and selective with the bass following the original progression. This is one to roll slow to.”
Ah, major label obligations… oft at the helm of a musician’s frustration. But leave it to a man like Jesse Rose to channel his frustrations, whatever they may be, into something productive. Here we have “Play That” a brand new tune which the Brit-turned-LA resident has managed to turn over and release in under 24 hours. Says Jesse of the tune:
Yesterday at around 2pm I was getting so frustrated that I haven’t released a track in such a long time because of a major label deal being negotiated, that I thought “Fuck it, I’m going to the studio and making a track today just for my fans and then upload it in the morning.” I gotta say…. it was a lot of fun to do.
CRSSD Festival just keeps upping the ante. Today, they’ve teamed up with the popular file sharing service WeTransfer to give away a bunch of free music. The bundle features mixes from Seth Troxler, Simian Mobile Disco b2b Roman Flugel, J.Phlip, Pete Tong, DJ Harvey, Giraffage and SNBRN, as well as Seth Troxler‘s Meatloaf Recipe. In addition to this gleaming gift comes the announcement of single day ticket sales. The tickets start at $75, which is extremely generous considering the all-start lineup. See you in San Diego!
Download the CRSSD x WeTransfer Media Bundle HERE
Single Day CRSSD Tickets can be purchased HERE
Another Miami duo in the house, today. Dude Skywalker has been makes a seriously groovy disco house record. They’ve packaged up their latest two for a slick EP release, appropriately titled the “I’m The Dude” EP. One side disco, one side funk — I have a feeling both of these tracks will be sneaking their way into many-a-laidback house sets over the coming months. Grab a cool White Russian and kick back to the sounds of Dude Skywalker.