Lunar Lunes: Golf Clap remix BROODS, Chime takes on Super Smash Bros, Volac return to Night Bass + more

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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.

In this week’s installment, Golf Clap put a groovy spin on BROODS‘ “Peach.” Nicky Romero re-imagines Martin Garrix‘s “Dreamer” with Mike Yung as a melody-centric big room track, and Moscow duo Volac return to AC Slater‘s Night Bass with their Funky EP. Chime holds nothing back on an creative dubstep remake of the Super Smash Bros Ultimate “Main Theme / Lifelight.” Prince Fox continues his string of remixes with a take on Travis Scott‘s chart-topping “Sicko Mode,” and QUIX puts his own spin on GASHI‘s “Creep On Me.” KUURO deliver a formidable Monstercat release, “What U Wanna Do” with Spencer Ludwig, and Alvin Risk reveals his latest as HA with Hodgy, “O.P.E.N.” Culture Code and Rabinik tug at the heartstrings with “Love Somebody,” and Trivecta pounds out a powerful trance beat on his remix of Myon and Late Night Alumni‘s “Hearts & Silence.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Jack Beats drop four-track ‘The Remedy’ EP

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Jack Beats have proven their deep understanding of house music once again with their latest release, The Remedy. Out on their frequent home at AC Slater‘s Night Bass label, the EP shows Beni G and Plus One’s innate creativity in production. Proven across four tracks, this energetic out-of-the-box thinking has become the Jack Beats brand.

The Remedy sees sounds ranging from classic house sampling and piano progressions and tweaky early 2010s-era garnishing — and that’s all just on the EP’s title track. On “Raise It Up,” the duo teamed up with fellow Brits DJ Zinc and MC GQ on a track centering around acidic synths and a wobbly bassline, and with Taiki Nulight on the in your face “Mendo.” All in all, this EP adds to Jack Beats’ impressive resume.

Jack Beats drop four-track ‘The Remedy’ EP

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Jack Beats have proven their deep understanding of house music once again with their latest release, The Remedy. Out on their frequent home at AC Slater‘s Night Bass label, the EP shows Beni G and Plus One’s innate creativity in production. Proven across four tracks, this energetic out-of-the-box thinking has become the Jack Beats brand.

The Remedy sees sounds ranging from classic house sampling and piano progressions and tweaky early 2010s-era garnishing — and that’s all just on the EP’s title track. On “Raise It Up,” the duo teamed up with fellow Brits DJ Zinc and MC GQ on a track centering around acidic synths and a wobbly bassline, and with Taiki Nulight on the in your face “Mendo.” All in all, this EP adds to Jack Beats’ impressive resume.

AC Slater and Phlegmatic Dogs wild out for remix of Kaskade’s ‘Fun’

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Earlier this year, Kaskade tapped the BROHUG trio, Mr. Tape, and Madge for some “Fun” — a funky guitar and bouncy bell synth-led house single, crafted with a penchant for playtime. Now, AC Slater joins the Phlegmatic Dogs duo in introducing the track to a diversion of the darker variety.

While AC offers the new remix his airy, reverb-heavy melodicism in the interludes, the drops are riddled with the Dogs’ signature static-heavy bass. The remix leaves Madge’s frisky vocal cut intact, tinged with a bit of pitched-down distortion. Similarly, traces of the rest of the frolicsome original’s frill still permeate throughout the remix—though they too seem to have been dropped in the Night Bass blender.

The Phlegmatic Dogs are chronic releasers inside AC’s dusky house haven, Night Bass Records. Last year, the imprint housed their breakthrough track “Keepmastik,” which plagued house sets for months after its release with its fierce rhythmic arrangement and growling bassline.

Premiere: Phlegmatic Dogs AMFAMFAMF Guest Mix

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Just a few weeks away from the very first All My Friends (AMFAMFAMF) music festival, Gary Richards, aka Destructo, shares the second Guest Mix leading up to the August 18-19 LA endeavor via the Phlegmatic Dogs. Destructo’s pre-fest mixtapes, 15 of which he has already mixed himself and uploaded to the AMFAMFAMF Soundcloud page, are somewhat of an anomaly, a rather unparalleled pre-festival feature.

A relatively smaller name on the AMFAMFAMF ticket, the Phlegmatic Dogs have been causing quite a ruckus in heavy house circles as of late, with irreverent singles like “Keepmastik” and “Westcoaster,” permeating through underground and main stage house sets alike. With their high-energy AMFAMFAMF mixtape, the Night Bass duo brings equal parts tenacity and quirk, oscillating between mainstays like Habstrakt‘s “Movie” and obscure garage house offerings like fellow Night Bass-ian, Chris Lorenzo‘s “Horn Porn,” as well as a hefty amount of their own kookyily-named concoctions like “Cuatrocats.” If this mix is any indicator, the Phlegmatic Dogs are primed to reap destruction at the August gathering when they take the stage.


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Night Bass announces annual Summer Phases tour, unloads new headphones to lucky winner [Giveaway]

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Night Bass announces annual Summer Phases tour, unloads new headphones to lucky winner [Giveaway]

One return invites another: with festival season once more in full swing, AC Slater‘s Night Bass imprint will re-up its annual Summer Phases tour, uniting AC Slater, Anna Lunoe, J.Phlip, Redlight, Dombresky, Wax Motif, and more for the 2018 outing. Summer Phases is slated to touch down in a variety of cities, including Vancouver, Phoenix, Atlanta, and Las Vegas, among others. The lineup will vary by city.

Night Bass has consistently pushed out a slew of radar worthy releases, like Jack BeatsModulate EP, Volac‘s Russian Style EP, and a masterful sixth installment in the label’s ‘This is Night Bass’ compilation series.

Dancing Astronaut and Night Bass have teamed up with headphone manufacturer  1MORE to celebrate the approaching Summer Phases tour with a headphone giveaway for two pairs of 1MORE’s Triple Driver Over Ear headphones.

ENTER THE CONTEST HERE

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AC Slater releases dynamic EP, ‘I Wanna Show You’

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The king of Night Bass, AC Slater, is renowned for his deep, twisted cuts on house music tracks that feature grimy takes on dark originals. The g house legend has released a three-track EP, I Wanna Show You, which includes a plethora of sounds and styles within each piece.

The title track opens the EP and showcases intriguing distorted vocals layered on top of harmonic chord progressions. The groovy feel is rounded out by jazzy piano riffs and ominous undertones. “I Wanna Show You” is tied together by an energetic rhythm and colorful samples of instrumentation.

“Amen Tribe” flaunts AC Slater’s versatility in production, as the producer adds a dimension of vibrant tribal sounds meshed together with an infectious beat and alluring percussion. With an entrancing melody, “Amen Tribe” will take listeners on a wild trip full of lively surprises.

The last track on the EP, “Can’t Come Down,” is a surefire dance floor hit with an enthralling drop full of otherworldly beats. Complimented by bouncy throbs of bass, and edgy notes scattered throughout the piece, “Can’t Come Down” keeps it fresh with Young Lyxx adding some fire vocals into the mix.

Undoubtedly, AC Slater’s I Wanna Show You will have listeners on their toes for its innovative sound design and creative ingenuity.

Exclusive: AC Slater – I Wanna Show You

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AC Slater continues his tour de force in 2018 with the release of the title track on his forthcoming EP, “I Wanna Show You.”

“I Wanna Show You” shows the Night Bass founder in his finest form, leading the listener in with soulful vocals and a rousing piano melody that gives way to pounding bass. The EP’s titular track is true to the sound AC Slater has become known for, with a grooving, bass-heavy beat and lively elements like the vocals that give the song extra artistic flair.

The three-track I Wanna Show You EP follows the release of AC Slater’s debut album, Outsiders, in 2017, and is out April 6 on Night Bass.

AC Slater – Outsiders Remixed Pt. 1

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Released on his imprint, Night Bass, AC Slater has compiled a four-song remix album, Outsiders Remixed Pt. 1. Known for featuring innovative bass music, circled around UK garage, bass, grime, house, and everything notable in between, AC Slater makes it his mission to represent the cream of the crop in dance music.

The first track on the album is Sinden‘s remix of “Misfits.” The edgy house creation showcases alluring undertones, inviting vocals, and prominent beats. Sinden captures the perfect balance between unwavering energy and smooth progressions.

The second piece, “Taking Off,” is Jay Robinson‘s rendition on the original. In his take, Robinson flaunts unbridled waves of bass contrasted by dissonant notes of synth in his production. With his euphoric, heavy house feel, Jay Robinson is sure to enlighten listeners with “Taking Off.”

Riddim Commission has brought the fire in their remix of “Big Riddim.” Rhythmic vocals over a static bass line create a captivating vibe full of surprises. In their latest, Riddim Commission engineers a sound that is not for the faint hearted.

The last track is Petey Clicks‘ remix of “Dealer,” a bass-heavy collection of colorful layers of sound. Intriguing builds give way to bruising climaxes full of exhilarating synths and playful percussion. Petey Clicks takes listeners on a journey through his intricate style in “Dealer.”

With four exceptional remixes, the artists included in Outsiders Remixed Pt. 1 take the original creations to new heights with their innovative takes on some of AC Slater’s killer classics.

Volac releases ‘Russian Style’ EP on Night Bass

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Russian G house duo Volac has released a two-song EP titled, Russian Style on Night Bass. Featuring rich undertones, edgy beats, and intriguing vocal samples, Russian Style showcases Volac’s invigorating artistry. The two producers flaunt a unique production technique that has amassed widespread support amongst house music’s heavy hitters, including AC Slater and Destructo.

The eponymous first track on the EP is a captivating mix of ominous bass and intricate percussion. With eerie, distorted vocal samples, layered on top of energetic rhythmic patterns “Russian Style” will entrance listeners with its unearthly sound.

“Faith in You” shows a different dimension of the duo, as dark melodic vibrations are contrasted by vivid riffs of guitar. The piece is tied together by striking vocals and moving, prominent kicks.

With the release of their EP, Russian Style, Volac gives listeners a taste of what to come in the new year.