In lieu of an EP, our boy Wood Holly decided to drop three massive remixes all at once. Drawing from the decks of G-Eazy, O.T Genasis and Lil’ Wayne, he transforms these hip-hip tunes into booty shaking house bombs. Huge basslines and tech elements create a unique vibe that is consistent throughout each track. The toughest part about listening through this group of tracks is picking a favorite. Download all three and throw a big thank you to Wood Holly.
New York’s Prince Fox has been churning out some really cool remixes over the past few months. He’s targeted names such as Kanye West, Florence & The Machine, and LeMaitre, and now he’s got his sights on Kimbra. He picked a hell of a track to rework — “Settle Down.” Kimbra’s beautiful falsetto offers a great platform for this poppy, light-hearted house edit. Bouncy bass and melodic percussive elements play together nicely as this one drips out of your speakers. Download it for free, and stay tune for more Prince Fox.
Norwegian producer, Bearson, has been quickly evolving his music since his debut in 2014. Starting his career vested in Tropical House, the young producer decided to go down a new path in 2015. Hot off the heels of his debut original “Pink Medicine”, Bearson is shaking things up again with his latest remix of Ghost Loft’s track “Talk To Me”. The remix starts soft and ambient and segues into a groovy, uplifting melody accompanied by piano keys, heavenly synths and hints of his signature Tropical sound. Transporting us back to a warmer time, Bearson’s remix of “Talk To Me” takes the slow, heartbreak song and transforms it into a little bit of sunshine. We’re anticipating great things from the producer this year. Be sure to grab your Free Download here, enjoy!
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Rambo V is back with a serious slow burner. Teaming up with New York-based vocalist Alison Valentine, he creates a lush sound scape, laced with tons of bass. Warm synths compliment the vocal arrangement, making for a really cool, laid back tune. Let “Valentina” be the soundtrack to your Valentine’s Day weekend — download it here.
Revive Us is a cool up-and-comer out of London, one you’ll soon be keen to know. The track he just released is called “Berkshire,” and it’s packing a lot of dance power. Sampling some very Disclosure-esque synths in a very Tchami-esque fashion, he creates a high-energy tune suited for big crowds. Very excited to see what this guy next, but for now grab this free download and get two-stepping.
Escape reality with Atlas Bound’s latest original “Tell Me”. Australia’s finest duo’s new original was featured in Marie Claires March cover photoshoot video with none other than Margot Robbie. The singer/producer group’s new track is filled with sexy vocals and smooth beats. The massive tune is out on Next Wave Records, an upcoming label fostering the talent of artists such as Beshken, Jerry Folk and many other immensely talented producers. Even better it’s free! Grab your Free Download here, enjoy.
Coyote Kisses is quickly proving that they are a pervasive force within in the indie dance and future bass community with their January original release “Revive” already garnering over half a million plays on SoundCloud. We expect that their second 2015 release, “Sunny Day”, will be just as successful. In “Sunny Day” Coyote Kisses weaves arpeggios with warm and bubbly synths to create a sensational indie dance tune. Check it out below and grab the free download here.
In the past six months, Louis The Child have solidified themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the future bass world. Pumping out a series of infectious remixes the duo shows no signs of slowing down. Their newest project is a remix of SoySauce’s “Broken Record” and we can’t get it out of our heads. Check it out below and grab the free download here.
“In remixing SoySauce’s record, we reimagined it with a future bass spin. We wanted to deliver something that’s accessible and unique. The track starts off a little experimental and then builds into a melodic, synth driven beat. We think all electronic music fans will enjoy this one, we had a lot of fun producing it.” – Louis The Child
Whether in solo project or Hotel Garuda form, you’ve most likely been seeing a lot of this up-and-coming producer of late. Thankfully Manila Killa is back at it again today with a remix for Bearson‘s latest track “Pink Medicine.” The original version is quite unique in itself, so it was a bit tough to predict which direction this remix would go. The pitchy vox are left untouched for the most part, and augmented by some huge, punching synth chords. This is is as interesting as it is groovy, so grab the free download below courtesy of Next Wave Records.
I swear I still haven’t gotten over the Louis Futon remix of “Break It Down,” but he — formerly they — is back again with a huge project. The Philly-based producer has released his self-titled EP for absolutely free. If the original tunes weren’t enough, he’s included remix support from Kill Paris, TJANI, and Kasbo to sweeten the deal. Huge bass vibes run rampant through this whole EP, so make sure to stream it below and grab it for free on Louis Futon’s website.