Luca Lush, YehMe2, Manic Focus, and more amplify PLS&TY originals on ‘Run Wild/Feeling Forever (The Remixes)’

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Flaunting an organic, instrumentally eclectic makeup, PLS&TY‘s two-track EP, Run Wild/Feeling Forever, tapped into a fluidly developing sonic freshness that swiftly set the production apart from fellow releases in the electronic circle. With ebbing vocals of a hypnotic caliber and metallic textures to offset the silk of these looping vocals, “Run Wild” touts elements that lend the track well to re-imaginative endeavors. Luca Lush, former Flosstradamus constituent, YehMe2, Manic Focus, and Ducky accordingly submit their remixes of the PLS&TY original on Run Wild/Feeling Forever (The Remixes).

Luca Lush amplifies the record’s potency via his addition of striking pops of bass and an accelerated beat arrangement. Likewise never one to shy from the integration of bass, YehMe2 offers a gritty, low-end heavy take on the lucid track. Manic Focus’s rendition surfaces as a comparatively more muted reprieve from the intensity that Luca Lush and YehMe2 bring to speakers, while Ducky ups the ante with another high octane flip.

PLS&TY’s “Feeling Forever” is also the recipient of two revamps, courtesy of Vindata and Bondax. Vindata’s is a glitchy, beat oriented rework that preserves much of PLS&TY’s original. Bondax’s is an ambient showing that newly engages piano chords, to add another instrumental layer to PLS&TY’s already mellifluous effort.

PLS&TY – Run Wild/Feeling Forever

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PLS&TY is quickly making a name on the future bass scene with his unique sound: languid bass, captivating vocals and feel good melodies. He stays the course and makes things exotic on his new two-track EP. Some fans may recognize “Run Wild” from its release in the summer of 2017, but this time around its paired up with “Feeling Forever,” a brand new track that features organic instrumentals and swirling basslines. For those just being introduced to PLS&TY, be sure to check out his single “Motives,” released earlier this year, and the rest of his unique and charming back catalog.

Lunar Lunes: Deorro and Danny Avila team up, Nofone makes mau5trap debut + 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.

Deorro and Danny Avila start the week off right with the release of their new collaboration, “Keep It Goin’,” and Nofone makes a mau5trap debut with “Who Is It?” Volant pays homage to Avicii with a remix of “Fade into Darkness,” and Bishu takes on one of today’s hottest songs, “Old Town Road.” Above & Beyond unveil Trance Wax’s rendition of “Clear Blue Water, and Mielo puts his own spin on NERVO‘s “Habit.” Thomas Gold kicks up the intensity with “HI LO,” and Trivecta brings aboard Monika Santucci for “Tornado.” Manic Focus brings his effortless good vibes to “Never Grew Up,” and Super8 & Tab deliver “Trigger” on Armada. Seattle’s Manatee Commune crafts the perfect spring soundtrack with “Growing Pains,” and ZΛCK MΛRTINO links with Dyson for “Mood.” SICK INDIVIDUALS rework August’s “Reaction” into a “SICK remode,” and Tennyson remixes PLS&TY‘s “Motives.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Lunar Lunes: Dr. Fresch and Sinden are up to ‘No Good,’ Crankdat teams up with Sara Skinner, Stephen returns + 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.

Dr. Fresch and Sinden grind out a groovy house number, “No Good,” released via Insomniac Records. Mat Zo‘s four-track Tracing Steps EP has arrived, kicking off with a cheery track that shares its title with the EP. Louis The Child have released a remix EP for Kids At Work, which includes a blissful rework from Win & Woo. Half An Orange have revealed part one of their Mostly We Grow EP on Monstercat, which is stacked with diverse tracks like “Buzz Lightyear,” and Stephen returns after almost a year with the it’s too much love to know my dear EP. AC Slater and TS7 cook up a ferocious house number on Night Bass, and Syn Cole shakes off the winter blues with a sun-soaked funky song, “Horizon 83.” Showtek encourage fans to listen to their mothers in their new collaboration with Leon Sherman on Skink. Teminite and Whales have composed an anthemic dubstep heater, “Mayhem,” and Young Bombs have unveiled their debut original track, “Starry Eyes.” Crankdat welcomes fans to the jungle in a dramatic new release on Welcome Records, and DNMO taps Noy Markel for a bass-fueled Deadbeats release, “No Way Out.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

PLS&TY’s ‘Down For Me’ gets a dance-heavy remix from Morgan Page

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Miami-based DJ/producer PLS&TY continues to prove to be a force to be reckoned with, with multiple Top 10 singles on the iTunes dance charts and consecutive Hype Machine chart-toppers. PLS&TY has managed to capture the attention of some major industry heavyweights, garnering interest from Grammy-nominated producer Morgan Page to remix his latest single “Down For Me.”

The original mix earned a no. 9 spot on the iTunes dance charts, so its a sensible canvas for Page to hop into and lay his club-ready spin on. The LA-based DJ speeds up the tempo to his liking, generating suspenseful builds before employing his signature, electro-synth prowess on the break, designed for soundtracking late club nights.

PLS&TY drops uplifting new single ‘Down For Me’

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PLS&TY continues his hot streak of releases with “Down For Me.” Released on PRMD Music, this single follows up stellar remixes for Jocelyn Alice on “I Know” and Cazzette‘s hit track “Run The World.” He was also featured on episode 109 of DA‘s mix series The Radar

“Run The World” is a testament to how well the producer makes future bass and beyond, experimenting with some ethnic instrumentals on this one and fusing it with wavy synths under echoing vocals to catalyze a tribal reaction.

PLS&TY hits Exchange LA on July 13 as well as a headline show at Soundwell in Salt Lake City, Utah in the fall.

PLS&TY continues hot streak with a remix of Jocelyn Alice’s ‘I Know’

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PLS&TY was recruited for an official remix of Jocelyn Alice’s single, “I Know.”. The LA-based DJ/producer experienced a career breakthrough on his track “Good Vibes,” topping the iTunes charts in multiple countries — including a #1 spot on US Electronic. Now, he’s back with a melodic rework that includes a symphony of pitched vocal harmonies on top of a euphoric, synth-heavy bassline. Speaking of the remix, PLS&TY said:

“I fell in love with Jocelyn Alice’s voice upon the first listen! She has a voice that is excitingly inspirational for producers, as it can be manipulated in so many ways and still sound incredible…I hope listeners enjoy one of my personal favorite works to date.”