Sinego releases remix of Axel Muñiz & Alexandra Stan’s ‘Siempre Tú’

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After releasing a few of his brilliantly produced tracks like “Free” and “Travelers,” Sinego has put out his remix of Axel Muñiz and Alexandra Stan‘s “Siempre Tú” on Warner Music. He’s among one of the emerging artists working to fuse Latin music with the electronic music scene. With the smashing success of Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber‘s “Despacito,” Latin music is slowly peeking its head into the dance music scene, and Sinego is riding as one of the leading producers behind this growing trend.

Sinego is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and producer who dabbles in a plethora of electronic genres, but he doesn’t conform his talents to just one. His productions lean toward deep house and have reached an impressive 3 million streams on major music streaming platforms like Spotify and YouTube. In the short period of one year, Sinego has racked up an exemplary discography that includes releases on the industry’s most profound labels, including Miami Beats, Atlast Media, Artist Intelligence Agency, Sicario Music, Archipelago Entertainment and Warner Music. Sinego continues to produce viral hits that amass millions of streams and will conquer the charts with pop-infused electronic tunes.

The producers behind “Siempre Tú” are Nico Stadi (Justin Bieber) and Mike Green (Gwen Stefani, All Time Low). Together, they make a dynamic duo, and Sinego is taking the production by storm by blending the Latin and electronic music elements even further.

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Luca Lush steps up with an inventive remix of Lil Pump’s “Molly”

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Luca Lush has been a Soundcloud staple since the explosion of the future trap sub-genre on the platform around 2014, providing a flurry of originals, remixes, bootlegs, and more, all saturated in his signature style. This year alone, he’s taken on Skrillex, What So Not, and M83. Now, for his latest “lift,” the deft remixer has dropped off his take on up-and-coming Florida trap star Lil Pump’s track “Molly.”

Lush tackles the rapper’s harsh, bass-boosted track with his distinct percussion arrangements and explosive synths. Exaggerating Lil Pump’s happy chord progression, the mood of the song swings from lean-infused southern-inspired rap to euphoric, blissful melodic trap. Proffering another taste of his eccentric creativity, Luca Lush once again bridges the gap between electronic dance music and hip-hop with another inventive remix to add to his booming repertoire.

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EXCLUSIVE: ReauBeau x Creepa – Without You (Original Mix)

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ReauBeau and Creepa have released a melodic, slow burning original titled, “Without You.” The track features a mellow, smooth intro — punctuated by ominous blasts of sound — and surprises listeners with a plunge into future bass progressions. “Without You” can be described as a dreamy, avant garde masterpiece, with a spellbinding strucutre and effortlessly placed layers combining for a full, rich sound.

ReauBeau sheds light to the production of “Without You,” and explains how joining forces with Creepa has created an otherworldly style.

Creepa and I decided to finish on a collab we started off months ago, but we were feeling more like starting something new. So we made this draft and when he left a did a bit more work on it to finish it off. When I am in the studio with creepa there is always something happening. It’s very exciting to unleash this feely track with my boi Creepa, hope you guys enjoy it!

Based off the strength of the collaboration, it seems as if both these artists have limitless potential in the future bass genre. ReauBeau and Creepa step up the game by expressing a new side to a genre that has seen an influx of copycats as opposed to ingenuity. Their creativity is prominent within the track, and with their latest, we can only expect more experimentation to come.

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DROELOE – Sunburn (Original Mix)

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One of the more adventurous and dark artists to come out of the Heroic/bitbird world is DROELOE, their past tracks quickly had them landing high play counts and serious festival spots. The duo’s latest single, released Aug. 15, undoubtedly showcases their more poppy side, exploring the major chord sphere more than their past releases.

“‘Sunburn’ is about how turbulent love and success can feel, every passionate positive experience or feeling can make way for its negative counterpart at some point,” the duo notes in the track description. “For us this track embodies the rollercoaster between those two.”

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Beatport goes back to bass with three new bass genres launched

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With the global bass music scene growing every year, Beatport has announced the addition of three brand-new genre categories. These much requested bass genres joining dubstep in the store include trap/future bass, garage/bassline/grime and leftfield bass.

The new categories were created by Beatport’s expert curation team after working extensively with leading artists, labels and press including UZ, OWSLA, Mad Decent, and Dim Mak, among many others.

Beatport has embarked on a comprehensive genre clean-up in 2017, moving over 1.5 million tracks to their correct categories. February also saw the new leftfield house and techno genre added to the store, showcasing high-quality underground releases and leading DJs to new discoveries. To celebrate the launch of these genres, Beatport is giving away free downloads of new bass tracks every week.

Beatport General Manager Terry Weerasinghe says,

We 100-percent recognize that we are really late to the game introducing these genres, but we have been working hard with key labels, artists and press from the bass community to build the best possible experience for DJs. We can’t make up for not having huge genres like Trap properly curated on the store five years ago. However we have now assembled a team dedicated to our bass genres, which means we can promote more bass artists and labels by giving them features like an international sales chart, profiled DJ Top 10s and regular artist and label spotlights, plus targeted social support and cross-promotion to our other key genres and global fan bases. We’ll also hand curate the best tracks every week, making Beatport the only store to give promotional merchandising slots to these genres week in, week out.

To celebrate the launch of these genres, Beatport is giving away free downloads of new bass tracks every week. The first round of free tracks includes “Introspection” by trap luminary UZ, from his album Layers. A new instrumental track from UZ’s Layers LP will be made available each week, along with more free bass tracks, at

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Ember Island – Umbrella (Midas Touch-Up)

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Midas has garnered thousands of streams on his releases since he started putting out music at the beginning of the year. The Washington D.C.-based producer’s unique artwork pulls the listener in, and the quality of the music keeps them listening.

Midas takes Ember Island‘s cover of Rihanna‘s “Umbrella” and gives it a dual personality. The first half of the track exudes chill trap vibes, while the second drop gets downright dirty — the juxtaposition totally working with the flow. With a clear confidence in his music, Midas is sure to go far.

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Amidy plays producer and vocalist in newest EP– Lost Home

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Up and comer Amidy is the producer and vocalist on his new EP Lost Home. Amidy specializes in cinematic bass and draws influence from the likes of Porter Robinson and Seven Lions. His vocals are the focal point of the first track “Glass Heart,” which gives way to a slow and yes– cinematic, bass drop. The second track “Fire Within” is far more upbeat and layers complex chords with pulsing vocals. Amidy certainly shows his versatility as both a producer and a vocalist in Lost Home. The EP is available for free download via the Soundcloud link below.

Premiere: GRiZ – Before I Go (AC Slater Remix)

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Future funk producer, sexy saxophonist, and all-around spreader of good vibes, GRiZ, has been having a monumentally fun-filled 2017. The All Good Records  head is gearing up to kick off his Summer/Fall tour with a sold-out two-day Red Rocks run, where he will be premiering his first live band experience, on Labor Day weekend.

As if all of this weren’t keeping the artist busy enough, GRiZ has been slowly releasing remixes in anticipation for a remix pack of his 13-track funk odyssey, Good Will Prevail. The timing couldn’t be better, either, as we approach the one year anniversary of the album’s original release this September.

The latest GRiZ track to receive a high-profile remix, this time from NightBass pioneer, AC Slater, premieres on DA today, Aug. 14. Featuring the soulful vocals of frequent collaborator Leo Napier, “Before I Go” encapsulated all the elements that have defined GRiZ’s saxophone wielding electro-soul aesthetic. Now, AC Slater has tamed the track’s meandering sax lines and whirling guitars and introduced upbeat percussive house elements and his signature rolling bass lines.

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Madison Beer vs Cedric Gervais – Dead (Cedric Gervais Remix)

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Cedric Gervais created one of the greatest pop-dance crossovers of the mid-2010’s with “Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix,)” a moment that had an irreversibly positive effect on his music and tour life. Cedric Gervais showcases the ability to add a euphoric touch to another pop track with “Dead (Cedric Gervais Remix),” which capitalizes on the chilled out vibes that future bass delivers.

Stream Dead “(Cedric Gervais Remix)” in full below.

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Virtual Riot – Still Kids Ft. Yosie (Original Mix)

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Virtual Riot is one of a handful of genuinely unique producers in the bass/future bass scene that leaves a strong impression. “Still Kids Ft. Yosie,” Virtual Riot’s latest release, features the coldness of a MrSuicideSheep release with the rich feeling of a modern future bass track. Virtual Riot made another keeper in what seems to be the 3rd track off his new EP released on Spirited.

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