Looks like Whiiite just stole the show with his future house edit of Nicki Minaj. After hearing it on the radio he wanted to make a flip he could rinse in his sets and its bigger than you could have expected. This adaptation of “Only” features the original vocal samples from Chris Brown, Nicki and Drake unified by a chunky bass line and hard hitting lead that’s guaranteed to light up any dance floor. Grab this bouncy gem for free below, and make sure to catch Whiiite at one of his remaining winter tour dates!
Fire up the choppers, we’re heading off the coast of Southern California for out latest GDD™ Premiere. ”Catalina Bounce” is the latest track from Rambo V, and up-and-coming producer who has been releasing his tracks on Next Wave Records. Drawing groovy samples from K7′s legendary tune “Come Baby Come,” this track is crafted for the dancefloor. Island percussion and a mean bass line pull it all together. There is early support from acts including Anna Lunoe and Thomas Jack, so we’re confident this won’t be the only time you hear “Catalina Bounce.” You can catch Rambo V live at Sound on 1/29, No Filter on 1/31 and Moniker Warehouse on 2/14.
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Jamie Prado is an up-and-coming producer based in Los Angeles, and he released some big stuff today. Five killer tracks make up the “Songs To Dream In” EP, which is available for free. Released via VibeWithIt, the collection of tracks holds a nice balance of light-hearted, Summer-inspired elements and dance-driven house music. Having released a few tech-driven tracks via Perfect Driver in the past months, Jamie Prado really displays his versatility with this EP. Download all 5 tracks now!
Possibly the greatest love story of 2014 detailed O.T. Genasis and his love for the coco. Needless to say, there wasn’t a nightclub in the world that hasn’t this track or any of it’s adaptations. Thankfully for us, Aussie legends Torren Foot and Hey Sam whipped up an edit thats more suited for the dancefloor. The original arrangement leads up to a quick BPM switch and a head pounding bass line. These guys are doing g-house like no one else right now, so make sure to check out both of their extensive Soundcloud reserves for more big tunes. Oh, and say thanks for a free download.
Earlier this week, we premiered Lupe Fuentes‘ latest tech-house groover, “Endlessly,” and now we have her party-starting offering for our guest mix series – as promised. Sharp in the studio and behind the decks, the LA newcomer demonstrates how she can work the dance floor just as hard as her productions. Featuring Huxley, Mickey, Eats Everything, Doorly, Eli Escobar, Steve Lawler, a few cuts of her own, and more, Lupe keeps her track selection on point, while slowly building the energy up for a firing finish. Listen/Download:
Lying primarily on the future/bass side of the electronic spectrum is New York-based producer Luca Lush. Aside from his bold Soundcloud typeface, this up-and-coming producer has done well to carve his own unique niche in the electronic sound. Remixes of big tracks and a handful of collaboration with Josh Pan have gifted him hundreds of thousands of streams — and for good reason. This latest track is one of the better future house style tunes I’ve heard in a hot minute, a combination of both the soulful and hard-hitting. Check it out now, and look forward to some forthcoming releases via Alaya.
Fresh off an appearance at the legendary BPM Festival and string of massive remixes, Amtrac is back once again with a free tune. It’s a tall order to follow up the successes he had in his edits for Alesso and Shakka, but this original track really hits the spot. Simplistic in its sampling, “Truly” lets a massive bassline and eerie melody speak for themselves. This one’s suited for late night, underground occasions, so lights off and speakers up.
The electro funk/soul sound is one that has been unquestionably championed by Griz. Having released some of the biggest tracks in the genre, he continues to make strides to bring it to new levels. Today, he announced the end of Liberated Music and the start of a new label, All Good Records. In honor of it’s launch, they’ve released of a free track from The Floozies. With a bass arrangement lending itself to that of the label head and Chromeo-inspired vocoder work, “She Ain’t Yo Girlfriend” may be the freshest track you hear all week. Take a listen, grab the free download, and get ready for some huge things from All Good Records in 2015 and beyond.
All hail the the dark lord of Gore-Tex and techno. The mind behind Healthgoth is back again with the third installment of his guest mix series. Commanding the decks this go round is New York-based Black Asteroid, whose dark productions serve as the perfect backbone for the mixtape. Four-to-the-floor tech beats line this one from start to finish, and could serve as some nice background noise to break in a new pair of black-on-black Air Max 90s. Enjoy the mix along with free download, and keep your eye out for more from Healthgoth.
Quality not quantity. That’s been the subtle motto of 21-year-old producer, Durante, who defined his sound in 2014 with the original production, “Slow Burn,” racking up over a million listens after premiering on YouTube giant, The Sound You Need. He followed that with an official remix for London songstress, Laurel, once again laying down his pleasantly delicate touch for a beachy, House take on the original that became an instant favorite of 2014.
Now, in his third outing, Durante goes for a perfect 3/3 with new original, “Full Moon.” Snagging inspiration from House legend Kerri Chandler, the youthful producer puts his old soul on display in the club-ready record. Where “Slow Burn” and his remix of “Shells” exhibited Durante’s ability to make tunes for the sunshine, “Full Moon” highlights the nocturnal side of his skillful production and is fully aimed at dimly lit, peak time play.
Listen first below and get more of Durante on Soundcloud. √+