JFK (of MSTRKRFT) is back on the piano keys to bring you another melodic anthem in “Radar” – but with the help of Autoerotique, it’s become a monster. Expect to hear this one shredding across festival sound systems all summer long.
*Look out for Autoerotique’s new single “Asphyxiation” coming out on May 28th on Dim Mak Records. Watch this teaser (a REAL teaser for sure)…
In celebration of launch of their new record label Main Course, Neoteric, BOT (the ex-Crooker) and Astronomar have bundled up 3 releases that they have awaited until today to premiere for FREE on their soundcloud. The first slab features solo EPs from both Astronomar and Bot, and then a collaborative single release called “Ghettobox” (which is the first of their SNACKS giveaway series). These tracks are hot and heavy for the club, so don’t sleep on these weapons – support our boys and the rise of a great new label!
As everyone knows now, the new Knife Party EP Haunted House is exactly the type of bone crushing production as we could have expected, with “Power Glove” proving that in its POTATO WILL EAT YOU exclusive premiere. BUT – there is something new that needs to be recognized. The standout tune for us on the release is LRAD, a hard hitting festival weapon that sounds like an evil brother to the overly saturated field of cookie cutter big room electro these days. This one is a whole ‘nother animal, expect this one to be pounded on main stages all summer long…
LRAD (ORIGINAL MIX)
LRAD (CRNKN REMIX) – FREE DOWNLOAD
In the swarm of remixes that rapidly emerged after the EP was released, the LA via New Hampshire transplant CRNKN just smashed the cleanest of the crop. Fans of RL Grime or Flosstradamus will get what I’m talking about
Hip house & programmed synth progressions equal success. No one could pull off this combo better than our buddy from belguim, A.N.D.Y. He gets help from Dominique Young Unique who sounds like a blend of Lisa Left Eye Lopes of TLC & Yolandi of Die Antword. Strange combo? Yes – But it works magically; give it a spin below.
Out today on Cr2 Records is the latest collaboration from our dude Pierce Fulton and Maor Levi. “Wanna Be” is a progressive melodic masterpiece in its original form and a huge house banger with the club edit. I definitely see this one being a big tune in the upcoming festival season. Check out both below and tell us what you think?
Every year countless business and personal relationships are born at WMC/MMW in Miami and this year that was certainly the case for MAKJ. Through the course of a few booze-fueled parties MAKJ met and befriended Belgian electro/techno duo Sound of Stereo, and after confessing to them that “Zipper” is still one of his favorite tracks to this day, the lads decided to relinquish the stems to MAKJ so that he could put his own twist on the track. The results are an uber-bouncy Melbourne House electro monster! Already supported by Hardwell on his HOA radio show, this one is ready for the weekend!
After releasing his remix of The Neighbourhood’s “Sweater Weather,” Vaski quickly follows up with a brand new original in collaboration with Betty Borderline on vocals. “Baddest” is a fusion of house and dubstep driven by a gritty bassline, tribal drums, and Betty’s call-to-action lyrics. Vaski continues on his venture in the more up-tempo realm without diminishing his bass-heavy roots. Purchase “Baddest” on Beatport and keep an eye out for a remix competition.
By golly, Los Angeles’s latest wonder children are at it again, and ‘Ride’ is quite the boogie machine from the age of funk. Fresh off the release of their EP ‘ Love Like This ‘ and their Hype Machine top 3 edit of Michael Jackson’s PYT; LA’s Bixel Boys are unveiling Ride, for free download. The song appropriates the sultry vocals of Ciara; and takes the hot and heavy R&B track and transforms it into a bouncy, bass fueled, house banger. The LA duo has plenty more in store and will be dropping new songs, limited edits and mixtapes through out the summer so be on the look out.
In the midst of being support for Excision‘s Executioner tour, the rising bass music maestro, Vaski, flexes his multifaceted production expertise in his genre-bending remix of The Neighbourhood‘s “Sweater Weather.” He continues to push the boundaries of his own musical dexterity to innovate and grow as an artist – just as any true artist should. Enjoy his dubstep-influenced House remix and read a few words from Vaski himself.
“I found the original through related artists and was instantly hooked. It was one of those songs that I liked but I kept hearing things I thought they should do differently, so I started making an edit for fun, and it turned into a full remix. I haven’t done much at 128 but I’m really happy with how this turned out. Lately I’ve been chasing a certain sound with my production, and this remix is a sneak peak at what’s to come in the coming months.”
Our friends over at Shifty Rhythms have served up a huge find, giving us the premiere of LA native Valen‘s new original Get Low – a big room monster just in time for the Ultra/WMC week. Make no mistake, this one isn’t for the faint of ears – get ready for anthemic builds into a jaw breaking bassline. Grab it for FREE below!
LA! Make sure to catch the debut performance of Valen this Saturday @ The Central SAPC alongside Lazerdisk Party Sex our own BONES and the rest of the Get Shifty crew….