Jauz – Feel the Volume (Ben Nicky Remix)

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“Feel The Volume” is undoubtedly one of the tracks that propelled Jauz into the forefront of the bass community. Despite being released in 2014, the track remains a favorite of remixers.

Ben Nicky has just released his take on “Feel the Volume,” and has completely transformed the drop and added psy elements to it. Ben Nicky commented on the remix.

“I was always a massive fan of the original and it was great fun putting a mad hard twist on this anthem. It’s also become one of my biggest tracks in my sets across the globe this year.”

Jauz has shown his support for the remix, and he even played it during his 2017 Tomorrowland set.

 

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2018 will see Jauz go “back to basics.”

The producer took to Facebook to thank fans for their continued support in 2017, and to outline the direction that the “Jauz Project” will take in the new year, one to be defined by “TONS of music, coming out as fast as [Jauz] can make it, and sets that will help introduce new, fresh, weird music to people who might not hear it otherwise.”


Right in line with Jauz’s intent for 2018 is his following announcement of his debut album, coming in “early 2018.” The release will surface as a “collection of [Jauz’s] favorite music that [he’s] written spanning all different genres and sides of electronic music,” a formidable inaugural product sure to send the DJ’s Sharksquad fanbase ‘off the deep end.’

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Jauz and Zeds Dead are both respectively wrapping up on career years as 2017 draws to a close. To celebrate two independently successful campaigns, Hooks and DC are linking with Jauz to cap off the year with a bang, teaming up for three back-to-back NYE performances and officially solidifying the union with some new joint music. Linking up for “Lights Go Down” the trio offer up a heavy-handed drum n’ bass-inspired setlist weapon that seamlessly complements both of their distinct production styles.

The three-man outfit show off their shared penchant for pitch-bending vocals and cinematic builds, as “Lights Go Down” spirals into a thunderous uptempo glitch-hop rhythm polished with head spinning, percussive assaults for the breaks. Charging into 2018, the Sharksquad factotum and his veteran Canadian counterparts have now both entered the A&R game, each founding imprints to begin to groom the next generation of up-and-coming DJs and producers with Deadbeats and Bite This. The new offering is being dually released via the two labels, and could hopefully usher in a more cross-label collaborations between these two acts in the future.

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Jauz dove into the deep end once more to finish out his fervent 2017. After launching his very own indie imprint, Bite This, earlier this year, the producer soon followed suit with a Shark squad compilation. Off The Deep End Vol. 1. was a rousing compilation, brimming with Jauz’ unique brand of riveting house.

Now, the artist’s returned with a gift for the holidays. His 12-track Bite This! EP boasts new remixes from the likes of Holiday, Macky Gee, Boots N Pants, YDG, Lil Texas, and more. The artist’s also included an array of phone wallpapers as a gift for his shark squad fans to sink their teeth into.

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Jauz x Crankdat – I Hold Still (Slushii VIP Mix) [Free Download]

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Breakout artist Crankdat teamed up with bass phenomenon Jauz for the collaborative “I Hold Still,” — a track that graced mainstages across the world both before its much-anticipated release. Slushii has decided to give fans a Christmas treat with the release of his VIP remix of the track, and also provides vocals of his own.

Bouncing xylophone-esque chords and heavily processed vocals open the track into one of the most intense drops from the LA-based producer this year. While maintaining the same flow and sound as the original, Slushii’s rendition of “I Hold Still” can only be described as a dirtier version of the already hard-hitting track.

Fans can be sure they will be hearing this VIP remix of the hit song in festival and club sets to come in 2018. The track is available as a free download.

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Rounding off a hugely successful year on both accounts, Zeds Dead and Jauz are sending off 2017 with a huge announcement.

On Dec. 27, the trio will be releasing a heavy collaboration called “Lights Go Down,” which will be out on both Deadbeats and Bite This. Paired with the song’s release, they will be throwing three back-to-back New Year’s Eve weekend sets in New York, Arizona and California. The mini tour will launch at the New York Expo Center in NYC on Dec. 29, followed by the Rawhide Event Center in Chandler, Arizona and the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California, both on Dec. 30.

Pre-save “Lights Go Down” here.

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Manila Killa lent his dreamy style to a remix of Kailee Morgue‘s “Medusa”…

…and had a doubly productive day, as his collaborative project with Candleweather, Hotel Garuda, debuted their remix of Jai Wolf‘s “Gravity.”

Jauz‘s new imprint, Bite This, continues its hot start with a the manic dubstep track “Boss” from AFK and Carbin.

DJ Tennis puts a mysterious, melancholic spin on Tricky‘s “Running Wild.”

Zack Martino kicked the energy way up for the weekend with the release of “Hold On To Me.”

An evocation of twilight, Keys N Krates unleash the ponderous, RnB tinged “Glitter” with New Orleans-based vocalist Ambré.

Tchami‘s Confession label debuted an intriguing take on house courtesy of Movenchy and his Siamese Flamingo EP.

Dombresky and Tony Romero bring the fire with a funky, disco-infused heater, “Girls Night Out.”

Anjunadeep‘s Gallago debuted the airy “Lost Signal.”

Though LOUDPVCK is now a solo act after Ryan Marks left the duo, Kenny Beats keeps the momentum going with a hip-hop-infused trap anthem, “Jumanji” featuring Reese La Flare.

Closely following a remix of Kid Froopy‘s “Down” and an original, “You Don’t Really Know,” Ducky lightens the mood with an invigoratingly well-produced single, “Drop It.”

Gent & Jawns burst onto Monstercat by debuting a ferocious trap single, “The Meaning.”

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Jauz releases Skepta remix, surprise collab with Slushii and Crankdat

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Jauz has taken both land and sea by force this week, releasing a series of originals and remixes to celebrate Shark Week.

Earlier in the week, he released a dramatic remix of Lil Uzi Vert‘s “XO TOUR LIF3” and followed it up with a massive remix of a Skrillex and Chase & Status VIP.

If that wasn’t enough to set the boat rocking, the producer has also released a remix of grime rapper Skepta‘s “Man” and a new, vocal version of his recent collaboration with Crankdat featuring a surprise appearance from Slushii.

The Skepta remix is a wonderfully unexpected step for the bass producer into the world of grime. Its high-BPM, grungy vibes and unusual beat signatures sent Jauz fans into a tizzy over this new sound from the producer.

The collaboration with Crankdat and Slushii hit the internet just hours after the Skepta remix. It could not be more different from the former.  Jauz and Crankdat’s “I Hold Still” was initially released without a vocal due to legal issues clearing the track, but they’ve re-released the track with Slushii’s vocals layered over top of the adventurous electro beat.

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To some, Shark Week signifies a period of time where viewers can witness the world’s deadliest oceanic predator completely devour its prey on the big screen. To show stopping producer and DJ Jauz, Shark Week brings fans something even more entertaining than watching Olympian Michael Phelps try to defend himself for not actually racing a great white.

Although every week is Shark Week for the LA artist, Jauz has gifted us with something extra special for the Discovery Channel deemed holiday. Creating a separate SoundCloud channel dubbed ‘JAUZ SHARK TREATZ,’ the established musician has dropped two songs within the past three days to celebrate the festivities. His remix of “XO TOUR Llif3” has generated a ton of hype for taking the original one step further by incorporating fluttery synths, a prominent melody, and a rugged bass line.

His latest treat is a nasty remix of none other than heavy hitter drum and bass legends Chase & Status along with dubstep’s finest, Skrillex. In a creation titled, “INTERNATIONAL VVIP BOOTLEG,” Jauz infuses Skrillex’s VIP with a savage edge, bringing together the signature elements of the three artists’ sounds into the track. All told, it’s a piece more thrilling than nature’s most feared hunter.

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Ever since his first piece of work hit SoundCloud in 2014, dynamic producer Crystalize has consistently cranked out an enticing medley of original tracks and remixes. Favoring Porter Robinson remixes in his early production days, Crystalize released beautiful renditions of “Sad Machine,” “Fellow Feeling” and “Divinity,” gaining him attention among Porter fans and beyond. Since then, he’s remixed Skrillex, Jauz, Ookay, graves and many more.

Now the producer seems to be focusing on originals and his latest demonstrates a true step up his production game. The dramatic trap track seemingly has two sides: a beautiful, alluring melody theme that draws the listener in, and the trap-infused, festival-ready drop. This is one aspect of Crystalize’s music that has been consistent throughout his productions: a focus on an overall melody with intervals of different music styles (trap, in this case) that he seems to effortlessly blend together. Though the melody in “Stay Woke” is subtle, it flows gracefully throughout the entire track all the way to the minimalist fade-out at the end.

There’s never a dull moment in a Crystalize track. See for yourself.

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