Mike Hawkins – M808

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Mike Hawkins has released his newest single, “M808.”

The Danish producer has previously released singles on major labels such as EMI, Parlophone, Ultra, and Size Records, amongst others. Hawkins’ newest single, released on Armada Music, is an extension of his artistic evolution over the past five years. While Hawkins originally got his start producing acclaimed big room tracks such as “Jump!” and “Hot Steppa,” one could argue that his body of work has shifted in conjunction with the evolution of future house in Europe and North America.

“M808” accompanies tracks such as “Klobber” and “Wombo” that characterize Hawkins’ more recent body of work, which is a testament to future house’s evolution, as well as Hawkins’ artistic ingenuity.

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Petit Biscuit – Waterfall ft Panama (Electric Mantis Remix)

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Electric Mantis has revealed his remix of Petit Biscuit’s “Waterfall,” which features vocalist Panama. The original track was first included on Petite Biscuit’s debut album, Presence.

Now, the Alaskan born Electric Mantis put a melodic spin on the original. The producer draws from Petite Biscuit’s atmospheric synths and deconstructs them, molding the track into his own bubbly trap ballad. Now based in San Francisco, producer begins touring with Petite Biscuit today, in support of the latter’s debut album.

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Christian Newman & Giovanni Silvestre – Unstoppable

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Christian Newman is yet another prodigious young talent entering the EDM sphere — this time, in the vocal arena. The young singer joined forces with Giovanni Silvestre in an infectious future house piece titled “Unstoppable” that shows off his songwriting chops.

The newcomer’s voice is warm and palatable, akin to the likes of Justin Bieber at the start of his career. Jubilant, empowering lyrics in theme with the record’s title wrap nicely around pungent kicks and hollowed synths that catalyze a need to move dance. Indeed, Newman, and his collaborator are certainly in tune with what makes audiences tick in today’s sonic atmosphere.

While this is only Newman’s debut, we imagine “Unstoppable” will create a veritable juggernaut of a vocalist.

 

 

 

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Dustycloud crafts gripping original, ‘Ride’

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Known for his dark, entrancing beats and ominous progressions, Dustycloud has made a name for himself as one of house music’s cutting-edge newcomers. Dustycloud’s most recent release, “Ride,” is a testament to his developing signature style, as the striking original showcases a deep, rugged bass line, distorted samples of eerie vocals, and intriguing layers of percussion.

Dustycloud’s last piece was a shocking collaboration with none other than g-house guru, Drezo. Their track “House” garnered support for its grim, gritty undertones and prominent kicks, as the two producers created the single with unmatched chemistry. Dustycloud’s sound is comparable to dark house pioneers Malaa and Tchami, yet he adds his own flair into the mix, engineering unexpected, energetic flavor to his work. With his latest, “Ride,” the inventive French artist solidifies his potential as one of house music’s most promising up-and-coming acts.

 

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Stream Petit Biscuit’s soaring, cinematic debut album, ‘Presence’

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Rising star Petit Biscuit has proven his talents for music production are developed well beyond his years. Classically trained in the cello since the age of five, Mehdi Benjelloun burst onto the dance music scene with his monumental remix of ODESZA‘s “Memories That You Call,” drawing comparisons of his cinematic sound design with that of the Seattle-based duo. The promising young producer, hailing from France, would soon catapult himself to notoriety at the mere age of 15 with his 5-track self-titled EP, wherein the project’s leading single, “Sunset Lover,” reached an unprecedented 400 million streams worldwide.

The multi-talented musician now celebrates his 18th birthday with the release of a genre-blending debut album that is every bit as warm and inviting as it is vulnerable and exposed. Presence offers sunny, progressive chord structures and colorful, polished mixing flanked by electronic touches and a furtive vocality that both chills and arouses. From the LP’s first track, “Creation Comes Alive,” featuring SONIA, to its instrumental closing title, “The End,” which utilizes the same shimmering synth pattern, the entire work becomes an evocative story book of pain and resilience for which one can use a lens into — quite literally — viewing an emotion.

Arguably the stand out track of the LP is the cinematic production “Forever Being,” which calls upon ODESZA’s sonic landscape with it’s chiming key chords, soaring vocal chops, complex half-/double-time drum work, and nostalgic phonographic movie quotes on the front and tail ends. The LP’s most astounding fact: Petit Biscuit wrote, produced, and mixed Presence over the course of the last year, finding time between high school exams and sold-out tours across the US, Europe, and beyond.

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Tchami & Malaa deliver The Sermon of house music

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Parisian house producers Tchami aka “The Father” (of house music) and the villainously masked Malaa have released their second collaborative work this year, “The Sermon,” via Tchami’s own Confession label. The track precedes their North American, double-headlined No Redemption Tour that commences November 10.

The contrapositive pair have each been toiling away in the beat laboratory this year, with Tchami releasing his vibrant Revelations EP in August, and Malaa pumping out a slew of dark and nefarious tunes including “Contagious,” and “Hostyl,” a collab with fellow Frenchman, Dombresky.

“The Sermon” trails the saint and sinner’s bouncy, hip-hop infused “Summer ’99,” released in September, along with their tech-oriented future house hit “Prophecy,” from 2016. However, in “The Sermon,” more audible are Tchami’s jazzy nuances, especially in the bassline, with Malaa’s distinct influence in the pitched down vocal chops and warehouse texturing, most apparent in the interludes.

 

 

Photo Credit: EDM Sauce

 

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NERVO and Danny Avila drop off ‘LOCO’ new video

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Australia’s feverish female power duo — perhaps the most vivacious in the entire electronic realm — the venerable NERVO has joined forces with Danny Avila on a totally “LOCO” number.

Capitalizing on the ever tantalizing tropical sentiment is a heat wave of a number sure to reach fans worldwide with its palpable energy. Kicking off with the strums of an authentic guitar, “LOCO” welcomes its listeners into the balmy world of NERVO and Danny Avila. It’s certain NERVO knows how to get a party started, but more importantly, they know how to strengthen its numbers, as throughout the video — the tune and party — only continue to grow by way of luscious guitar licks, striking synths, and a stellar feature from Reverie.

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N2N & Danny Ayer – Passenger

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Los Angeles-based N2N has traveled the world spinning eclectic house sets for venues large and small. Creating a diverse and unique listening experience for his audiences, N2N gained recent recognition for his blistering performance at Burning Man and his epic remixes for XYLØ, KOLAJ, SAINT WKND, and even an official remix of The Jackson 5. His latest release, “Passenger,” with singer Danny Ayer is yet another breathtaking journey into sound.

Ayer’s vocals bring the listener into the clouds, while N2N builds a hook of hypnotic bass underneath a pitched down vocal sample. Ayer and N2N capture lightning in a bottle, giving listeners a standout future house tune that ignites the night.

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Madison Mars unleashes powerful new single ‘Raw’

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Fresh off three performances in two days at ADE, Amsterdam’s must-attend event of the year, Madison Mars has unleashed a powerful future house track “Raw.”

On “Raw,” the Estonian mainstay returns with his in-demand sound to the Enhanced label in a fiendishly funky fashion. Following his Enhanced debut — a remix of Tritonal & Steph Jones’ “Blackout” — Marss “Raw” is set to solidify another round of chart and streaming success.

Full of fruitful claps, building melodies, and plentiful bass, “Raw” lives up to its Enhanced predecessor and delivers yet another anthem-leaning, club-primed deliverance from one of future house’s rising dons.

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Listen to Oregon Eclipse live sets from CloZee, Bassnectar, Minnesota, and more

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A considerable amount of time has passed since the Oregon Eclipse Gathering,  but exclusive sets continue to appear online as artists upload their live acts or, in some cases, even go as far as to re-record their sets.

Now former attendees and eclipse chasers from around the globe can now enjoy sets from the likes of Bassnectar, Minnesota, CloZee, and many more, organized into stage-by-stage playlists thanks to one SoundCloud user. From the deep, dark tech house of the Sky Stage, to the psytrance of the Earth Stage, to the festival’s bass head haven at The Moon Stage, over 50 live and re-recorded sets are available for stream from Oregon’s Global Eclipse Gathering, held Aug. 17-23, 2017.

Though international eclipse festivals are often based around trance and downtempo, make no mistake that the bass, jam, and house acts are actually considered guests in this awe-inspiring, transformative festival experience. Relive sets from the Global Eclipse Gathering’s Earth, Moon, Sun, and Sky stages below.

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