AC Slater & Sinden – Heavyweight Sound (feat. Dread MC) [Original Mix]

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Night Bass founder AC Slater has had an extremely busy summer. In addition to his extensive Summer Phases tour, the DJ has put out four singles in the past month, along with curating releases on his imprint. Showing his affinity all things British, Slater brings out U.K. house heavyweight Sinden and the Bristol-based Dread MC for his latest effort.

Titled “Heavyweight Sound,” this high energy track features eerie, extended synths and simple yet catchy vocals from Dread MC.  The song drops into a deep, hypnotic groove sure to keep everyone on the dance floor.

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Post Malone – Congratulations (Autograf Remix)

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Autograf have had a fairly busy festival season, performing at a whole host of venues around the world and releasing fresh music — including a fairly recent remix of Lukas Graham’s ‘You’re Not There’— along the way.

The group’s latest musical endeavor comes in the form of fresh rework of Post Malone’s viral hit track, ‘Congratulations.’ Driven by powerful beats and Post Malone’s hypnotic vocals, this supremely groovy track initially started off as a live edit before Autograf decided to release a studio version by popular demand. The track additionally features the same production maturity that characterizes most of the group’s remixes, while also containing plenty of energetic house undertones that make it ideal for a club setting.


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Rrotik & Lliam Taylor – Bounce Back

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Rrotik is a talent to watch who’s currently rising out of the Brazilian house and tech house scene. The producer has stood out from the large pack of aspiring DJs through his keen abilities at weaving sounds into addictive records that are built for spurring a festive mood.

His latest piece on Be Rich Records alongside Lliam Taylor is a testament to such skills. “Bounce Back” bounds along a raunchy bass-line and jubilant bursts of synths that ready it for the club or festival setting. Gritty sampling amplifies the track’s overall effect, adding to the already high energy it exudes.


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Zhu just stopped the show with brand new ‘stardustexhalemarrakechdreams’ EP

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In quintessential Zhu fashion, the enigmatic beat maker has kept us guessing all year long. Following topical remixes of Migo’s chart-topping “Bad and Boujee,” and GorillazAndromeda,” this year has seen the launch of Zhu’s new NYC Blacklizt warehouse party, as well as stirring new original products, “Intoxicate” and “Nightcrawler.” Apparently all of that has been precursory to the new EP Zhu has had in the works, and now he’s revealed his first full body of work since 2016’s Generationwhy. Rounding off at four new tracks, including a hotly anticipated collaboration with Nero, stardustexhalemarrakechdreams manifests itself as a logical artistic progression from last summer’s LP, though it manages to pack a much heavier punch.

Literally wearing its name on its sleeve, the EP’s first track, “Stardust” is a mild introduction to the release, playing upon Zhu’s signature midnight-primed house, polished with minimal, cooling vocals accents. “Exhale” opens with dramatic strings ahead of a knocking drum beat before breaking into a bombastic arrangement of stomping trap horns and hi hat rolls. The James Bondesque “Chasing Marrakech” offers an alluring hip-hop beat, replete with fleeting versework while the EP’s final offering, the Nero-assisted “Dreams” is a hauntingly dark piece of industrial bass music with tech overtones that would give Gesaffelstein goosebumps.

Not entirely a departure in style per se, Zhu’s showcases masterful extensions of his already distinguished production method on his latest EP, stardustexhalemarrakechdreams, out now via Mind of a Genius.

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EXCLUSIVE: Disco Fries ft. Great Good Fine Ok – Moving On (Original Mix)

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Summer isn’t over just yet.

New York-based Disco Fries have partnered with synthpop duo Great Good Fine Ok to put together the perfect retro dance tune. After the success of their single “Reckless,” Disco Fries continue their tour de force with “Moving On,” which eludes to the type of music they’re working on for their new EP. With finger snaps, a grooving beat and catchy vocals from Great Good Fine Ok, the nostalgia-inducing track perfectly teeters on the edge between pop and dance music.

“Moving On captures a bunch of elements we love about the music that influenced us growing up while holding true to our Disco Fries roots in electronic music. This song is a good indication of where we’re headed with this new EP and we’re excited to continue to share our growing repertoire of styles as songwriters and producers.”

Look for Disco Fries new EP this fall.

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Listen to Mercer’s Hard Summer set

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Hailing from France, one of house music’s most sonically versatile acts, Mercer, showed little to no mercy amidst his set at this year’s Hard Summer. Hitting the stage for his highly-anticipated deliverance was an equally satisfying spectacle filled with edgy, hard-hitting grooves.

If his recent works on Tchami’s label Confession served as no indication of his uncompromising abilities, his hip-hop grooved set at HARD will definitely do the trick. It’s in-your-face performances like these that launched Mercer in the electronic sphere in the first place. Listen below.

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The Radar 97: Mixed by Filous

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20 year-old-producer Filous came onto the electronic music scene in 2015 at the age of 18 with the release of his Dawn EP. The Austrian producer has since garnered notoriety and a loyal fanbase thanks to his mellow and groovy tunes that blend traditional instrumentals with deep house. 2017 has been a stand out year for Filous with his recent releases “Knots” and “Goodbye” both becoming mainstays of house sets throughout the world.

Filous did a 50 minute long mix for The Radar that is nothing short of perfection for hanging out on a Saturday afternoon, taking a breather from fast-paced life. He blends house and mellow rock to create a mix that could appeal to a variety rock, pop, and electronic music lovers alike.

Whatever you may find yourself doing this weekend, if you want some refreshingly chill house tunes, The Radar mixed by Filous is your answer.

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N2N & Westend- Retrograde (Sharam Jey Edit)

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Up-and-coming house producer N2N is continually developing his vision track-by-track, set-by-set. He’s now dropped an original with Westend, which has taken on a fresh new life since Sharam Jey has put his own edit on it. The sound fuses deep and tech house in a dark way, the vocal samples fading in at just the right time, making this song a hypnotic experience that lifts you in the clouds.

N2N has played a host of big and small shows this year, some of the biggest up-and-coming shows being his set at Burning Man at the end of the month. With successful remixes of XYLØ, KOLAJ, SAINT WKND still making its way around the internet, N2N captures everything an upbeat house lover could want in one package.

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MUST LISTEN: Malaa teams up with Dombresky for shattering original ‘Hostyl’

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Mysterious masked producer Malaa has teamed up with heavy hitting house sensation Dombresky to produce a chilling original titled, “Hostyl.” The bruising track features raging waves of bass, fragmented samples of vocals, and a rich, layered bass line that makes groovin’ along irresistible. Malaa is known for his otherworldly, ominous style that showcases some of the heaviest beats in dance music, akin to the sounds of Tchami, Drezo, and Rezz.

“Hostyl” follows the release of “Paris ’96,” a track that brought dazzling vintage funk back with striking deep vibes. Malaa also has his own series of curated mixes titled, “Who Is Malaa” that he releases periodically for his SoundCloud followers. His set at Moonrise last weekend featured many originals and a few IDs that can only mean new music is on the way. With his latest, “Hostyl” we can only expect more to come from the masked, unknown phenomenon.

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Flamingosis x Tokyo Megaplex – Herbie (Original Mix)

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Flamingosis and Tokyo Megaplex have worked hard to cultivate a sample-heavy yet artistically innovative sound. Never failing to bring jazzy and danceable beats to people, the two Brooklyn-based producers have released their third collaborative effort, titled “Herbie.”

Released by SVNSET WAVES, an electronic label out of Texas, the track is a standout on the label’s SVMMER SVN Vol. 5 compilation. A seemingly simple house beat starts the song off, until the plucking of strings and gentle keys transform the track into a smooth, funky masterpiece. The two artists also throw in what might be the all-time most subtle and tasteful sample of the Ying Yang Twins’ iconic 2005 track, “Wait.” This is just another example of the producers’ clever craftsmanship, taking bits and pieces of many tracks and weaving them into a cohesive and fresh sound.

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