Once dubbed by Mixmag as their “Future Hero,” the UK based Denney returns to a label he holds dear to his heart. His latest EP, Visualize, is framed around the many different aspects of the night, he says “All the tracks were approached slightly differently when I was making them, I was aiming them for different parts of the night and inspired by different dance floors.” The title track, as premiered below, sets the tone with a house driven beat and heady vocals that would transcend any dance floor scenario. With a bit of an acid break at the end, “Visualize” kicks off his latest EP with a bang so be sure to cop when it’s released on May 27th on the legendary Crosstown Rebels.
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The LA jack of all trades Whiiite revamped Moguai’s original ACIIID into his newly established Future1Hundred treatment, a forward thinking fusion of trap, hip-hop and house. This one takes you into the opening scene of Blade as if you we’re actually there for the party (and not to be massacred). He’s given this one out for FREE to his fans, so grab it below and get the aciiid flowin…
I always do love a funky acid house groove squelching out of a 303, today is no exception. Sex Panther and FYOR have teamed up to breathe some new life into acid for the mainstage, the likes of which we haven’t seen since Afrojack’s classic “Pacha On Acid.” With a nice amount of support already, it looks to be quite the secret weapon timed for the biggest festival stages– went pretty well when MAKJ dropped it into his Coachella sets, of course. Look to hear plenty more of this one this season, and be sure to look good and wear it well while you do so in the latest by Sex Panther Apparel. Oh, and +10 if you can guess where that sample’s from. 😉
Happy Monday! To kick off your week, our LA friend RAGS has given us the exclusive giveaway of (2) of his new originals. Inspired by 90s acid house and Boys Noize current productions, Rags fuses techno driven leads with modern bass workings – influences of hip hop, trap, and club for good measure! Listen to what he had to say and grab the tunes below!
“Hopefully these will stay cool when the party’s over and you’re on your own again, that’s always my goal …Let’s party but then be real friends later too. LETS BE REAL FRIENDS.”
Our friend and familiar Valentino Khan continues to stun the blogosphere with his versatile range of production. Today he finally released one of his uptempo weapons, a slimy techno driven ride that we actually named at the GDD HQ scurrying for captains chairs while working on music. I am humbled that the name stuck, and for this track you’ll see why it also is fitting to it’s ‘intergalactic acid’ driven progression. Grab onto this one and HOLD ON TIGHT.
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TGIF! Our good buddy FYOR gave us the exclusive on his new original ‘Bump N Grind’ – a big room monster with an anthemic build into a massive wave of acid stabbing chords. Festival season is around the corner, get after it.
I’m probably going to get a lot of shit for this one. So just as a precautionary disclaimer, I’m not really trying to encompass the infinite realm of what defines “acid” in both musical and personal experience senses of the term. So before you get your panties in a bunch that Phuture isn’t on here or your favorite Plastikman track is missing or one of these doesn’t have an “acid bassline,” just know that I am pulling the typical Burning Man “I don’t know man, you just gotta experience it yourseeeeelf” move and letting you know this is my personal derivative of what, to me, starts to entertain the idea of the drug we like to call “acid.”
Boynoize Records‘ newcomer, Gunrose (the current Resident DJ of Lisbon’s Lux Club) just dropped his first EP, Tears of Pleasure and it is nothing short of a stellar debut. Tears of Pleasure exhibits three massive Techno/Acid tunes that showcase great synthesis and song structure, not to mention they carry a groove that will get your heart pounding and your feet moving.
Check out the EP after the jump!
Electric Rescue‘s newest sounds on Boysnoize Records are precisely what you would expect from the untouchable French producer; dark tech-driven grooves with synthsamples, impressive drops, deep bass and a just the right amount of acidic sequences. No surprise here, the EP is massive from start to finish, make sure to pick it up.
Take a peek at Rave Strength after the jump!
Matt Cutler, better known as Lone just released his first single for his forthcoming follow up to his 2010 smash LP, Emerald Fantasy Tracks. Crystal Caverns 1991 is a fast paced yet melodic track that reeks of early 90’s rave nostalgia. The EP’s B-Side, Vulcan Mill Acid is a bouncy and acidic track with percussion that is both well sequenced and complimentary. Both of these tracks will be featured on Lone’s upcoming album, Galaxy Gardens, which is slated to drop 05/07/12.
Check out the EP after the jump!