Sam Feldt has quickly become a front runner in the Spinnin system. After releasing a library full of music in 2014, Sam followed up with a massive USA tour with Thomas Jack and took America by storm. Another month, means another sick tune from this dude. His new track is a blend of tropical and deep house, showing his progression and ability to adapt to a genre that has become a bit over saturated. I was able to peep his performance here in Los Angles and this kid can really spin. Check out the new tune and stay tuned for its official release!
Indie veterans Belle & Sebastian channeled their inner disco on their early 2015 hit “The Party Line” in fine fashion. It’s a direction that avid B&S fans seemed to welcome with open arms & dancing feet. With a reimagined bass hook & driving synths, Ride The Universe amp up the dancefloor juice, turning the track into an Indie Disco anthem. The Ride The Universe crew add just the right amount of funk & grime, giving the song a new found energy & edge. It’s a perfect brand of dirty Disco right in time for the LA pool party season.
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!
Electronic music is an ever changing atmosphere. In a constant loop of evolving genres and more and more producers surfacing every day, what was once an underground genre, now requires true musicianship to make it. A perfect example, up-and-coming brother duo, Sailors, had been producing a long time as a hobby, but decided to take a chance dropping everything to make it a career. And we’re glad they did. With a clear vision of what they wanted their music to portray, the duo’s sound transports you far away from reality. Their latest original, “Feels So Good”, lives up to the title. Catching your attention from the start, the track travels through piano keys, mesmerizing vocals and a variety of soothing instrumentals. Out on Casual Jams Records, stream the track below. Enjoy!
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!
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
Having done awesome remix/cover work on tracks from Miami Horror and Mapei — to name a few – Happy Accidents is quickly becoming a house favorite. Today, they dropped not one, but two freebies for us to check out. The first is a cover of Blur’s classic track “Sing.” An awesome synth pop arrangement works perfectly with the airy vocals, making for a really nice version. To top that off, Happy Accidents also dropped an hour long “Songs We Like” mix, which somehow manages to cram 44 of their favorite nu-disco gems together. Big things from their camp, stream and download both sounds below!
Matt DiMona returns with another Feel Good House remix of Maroon 5’s iconic hit “She Will Be Loved”. By effortlessly weaving catchy chords with a thumping house beat, DiMona successfully reinvents the timeless sing-along with his signature indie house sound. Grab the free download here!
“She Will Be Loved” is one of my all time favorite throwback pop guilty pleasures, and when I found the acapella online I knew I had to remix it. I’m a sucker for massive, hands-in-the-air chords, and when I paired them with some slow but groovy house beats (as well as some cheeky rain noise to coincide with the lyrics) I came up with a really interesting blend of sounds. Play this at your next pool party and belt out that hook- I know you know the words! – Matt DiMona