Apashe teams up with Russian rapper Instasamka for new ‘Uebok’ music video [Watch]

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Apashe teams up with Russian rapper Instasamka for new ‘Uebok’ music video [Watch]Apashe

Cinematic trap innovator Apashe has been working hard on his upcoming album Renaissance. Teasing fans with singles from the upcoming collection, Apashe has released the second track from the album, a follow up to his full orchestra collaboration “Distance.” This new release, titled “Uebok (Gotta Run),” taps female Russian rapper Instasamka for vocals, making for a fresh, edgy collaboration.

What’s more—Apashe has released an accompanying music video filmed during his recent Russia tour. Boasting an absurd amount of tanks, guns, soviet-era car drifting, bears, and a surprise appearance from Apashe’s mother herself, the music video is certainly an entertaining ride. Check out the full music video here, and keep an eye out for Apashe’s upcoming album Renaissance.

Apashe partners with orchestra on cinematic new single, ‘Distance’

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Apashe partners with orchestra on cinematic new single, ‘Distance’Apashe Credit Adrian Villagomez 2

Kannibalen Records mainstay Apashe just released the first single from his upcoming album Renaissance, and it’s a cinematic masterpiece. “Distance” opens with gorgeous, powerful, orchestral stabs that evidently left listeners wondering how Apashe created such a realistic sound, to which Apashe jokingly replied on Twitter, “an orchestra?”

Just as quickly as the orchestral sounds appear, they cut away, leaving room for a beautiful vocal performance from Geoffroy accompanied by tight trap-inspired drums. The drops that follow cohesively intertwine the orchestra recordings with Apashe’s own masterful production, creating an atmosphere reminiscent of an epic blockbuster film. “Distance” is a superb glimpse of what is to come on the Renaissance album.

Photo credit: Adrian Villagomez

First Look: Adventure into the off-kilter world of Apashe’s ‘Good News’ music video

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First Look: Adventure into the off-kilter world of Apashe’s ‘Good News’ music videoApashe Video Press Photo

Eccentric action is the name of Apashe‘s visual game. The producer creatively doubles down on “Good News” to craft an off-kilter accompaniment to the bass laden tune, which hails from Apashe’s concept EP, The Good, The Bad, & The Fake, released in February. Potent percussion wallops streamers as the official music video for the EP inclusion kicks off, ushering viewers into the climactic, idiosyncratic world of “Good News.”

Rife with religious imagery, allusions to social media, erratic choreography, and shots of palatial landscapes, “Good News” arrives as a gripping complement to the song, one from which viewers will not be able to look away. Its cultural suggestiveness coupled with its sheer unpredictability, the visual for “Good News” is an attention grabbing, conceptual expansion of the track, and more broadly, of the themes that Apashe first introduced on The Good, The Bad, & The Fake. In the context of Apashe’s “Good News” music video, to watch is to adventure.

Lunar Lunes: Kaskade proves third time’s a charm with ‘Redux 003,’ Com Truise remixes Hermitude + more

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Lunar Lunes: Kaskade proves third time’s a charm with ‘Redux 003,’ Com Truise remixes Hermitude + moreKaskade Photo Cred MarkOwens

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Kaskade has delivered the third installment of his beloved Redux series in the form of Redux 003, featuring tunes like “Ruckus” with Sego. Com Truise puts a retro spin on Hermitude‘s “Every Day” as part of a remix pack for the single, and EASTGHOST returns to bitbird to deliver “Remote Viewing.” After premiering on Dancing Astronaut, Madeaux‘s revival of “Black Magic Woman” makes its official debut, and Wuki takes to his Wukileaks channel for “Boasty.” Shakewell reveals a remix of Dillon Francis‘ “Fix Me,” and Example releases a set of remixes for “All Night,” including Jamie Roy’s “Up All Night Remix.” Conro breathes new life into “Remember You” with a new chill mix, and Zonderling releases a remix of Dannic and Promise Land‘s “Over.” Ryos takes to Proximity to unveil “Only You” featuring Sara Skinner, and Pegboard Nerds kick up the tempo on “Back to Me.” Timmy Trumpet releases “World At Our Feet” just in time for festival season, and R3HAB links with Norway’s Julie Bergan for “Don’t Give Up On Me Now.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Photo credit: Mark Owens

Lunar Lunes: Ekali remixes Alina Baraz, Rusko releases new EP, Modestep and Virtual Riot join forces + more

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Lunar Lunes: Ekali remixes Alina Baraz, Rusko releases new EP, Modestep and Virtual Riot join forces + moreEkali Leaving Owsla

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Just one week after the release of his massive “R U I N” collab with 1788-L, Ekali returns with an emotive remix of Alina Baraz and Khalid‘s “Floating.” Rusko brings a new body of work to Deadbeats in MEGARAD, and Hermitude links with Hoodlem for the slow-burning “Every Day.” K?d throws it back with a grinding remix of SMF’s 2011 “HAHAHA,” and Modestep and Virtual Riot make a formidable trio in their new Disciple release, “Nothing.” Brasstracks paint a soulful soundscape with a slew of smooth releases in their new R&B-oriented EP, Before We Go, and KDrew unleashes his first track of the year, “Sometimes.” Apashe takes no prisoners in his new The Good The Bad & The Fake EP, and KUURO take on 3LAU and HYO in a new remix of “Punk Right Now.” Two Friends put their own spin on Panic! At The Disco’s “High Hopes,” and Grabbitz turns The Japanese House’s “Lilo” into an upbeat wonder. Justice Skolnik throws it back more than a decade with a fresh take on Justice‘s “D.A.N.C.E,” and Phantoms tap Shaylen for “Are You Up.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Photo credit: Brandon Artis Photography

Lunar Lunes: KOAN Sound return, Zomboy showcases feisty ‘Lone Wolf,’ Doctor P gives listeners ‘something to believe in’ + more

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Lunar Lunes: KOAN Sound return, Zomboy showcases feisty ‘Lone Wolf,’ Doctor P gives listeners ‘something to believe in’ + moreLunar Lunes E1540831560592

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Three years in the making, KOAN Sound have unveiled a single from their forthcoming debut album, Polychrome. Also making a comeback is Haywyre, who’s released his first single in two years: the disco-infused “Tell Me.” Luttrell returns to Anjunadeep for “Out of Me,” a mystical venture that propels the listener deep into outer space. Dubstep powerhouses Teminite, Chime and PsoGnar have teamed up for a dynamic single, “Monster,” which showcases all three artists’ skillful wobble-crafting abilities, along with PsoGnar’s vocals. Also in the dubstep realm, Doctor P returns with his fourth release of the year, “Something To Believe In.” Xavi’s created a clever take on Porter Robinson‘s notable “Sea of Voices,” and Nitti Gritti molds his own bass-heavy version of Dillon Francis‘ “White Boi.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).