Savoy releases chill new tune, ‘Let You Go’

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Savoy leads listeners to believe they are skewing electronic not rock in the build of their newest release “Let You Go.” The track then falls into a catchy alt-rock electronic drop, giving fans the indie vibe fans have become hooked on in Savoy’s music. “Let You Go” is the perfect pre-summer release with its chill vibes.

Brooklyn-based Savoy is made up of Ben Eberdt (Guitar), Gray Smith (Bass), and Mike Kelly (Drums), and “Let You Go” is out now on Monstercat.

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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.


Awoltalk and Ian Munro link up for the Official Goods Records’ inaugural release of 2018, an aggressive trap number punctuated by pronounced drum elements and low pitched bass lines.

Andrew Rayel puts forth the sequel to Moments (Remixes – EP1), the followup EP an electric offering featuring remixes from Radion6, Whiteout, and more.

Bass experimenter Mr. Kristopher exemplifies the expression ‘the third time’s the charm,’ dropping off the third part of his Brooklyn Trilogy series. Pt. 3 emerges from the sonic depths of Kristopher’s studio, evincing acid house action and haunting techno tones.

John Christian and electronic duo VAVO assert that three isn’t just company, but good company on the drum rhythm driven “How Low,” released on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label.

Savoy assert their rock edge in “Don’t Quit Me Now.”

Trance virtuoso Oliver Smith stuns via “Inside,” a release hailing from Smith’s melodic wheelhouse.

Dubstep duo Killsonik re-commence their electronic comeback on “Never Dream Of Dying,” a number dramatized by eerie string work at the intro, and punching bass thereafter.

UKF Dubstep caters to dub lovers in UKF Dubstep 2017 – Album Mix, an eclectic conglomeration of tracks shaded in dubstep tones.

Deorro’s Panda Funk label sees label veteran GARABATTO deliver a vocally centered statement on “Infected.”

Datsik has released a seven-track EP, Master of Shadows. He teamed up with Virtual Riot, Excision, Ganja White Night and more for the bass-heavy compilation.


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Savoy covers Led Zeppelin’s ‘No Quarter’

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Hard-rocking, laser-armed dance trio Savoy have revealed a head-bobbing, bass-infused cover of “No Quarter” by rock gods Led Zeppelin. The trio have built a following through years of spectacular live performances alongside singles with distinct fusions of rock and dance elements. “No Quarter” fits comfortably within their spectrum, boasting a dark and dirty side perfectly suited for a Halloween release.

“This is our first ever cover song. We know that Led Zeppelin is considered by many to be “untouchable” and that even attempting something like this could be offensive, wrong, whatever. But fuck it. Music is supposed to be fun, and making this was one of the most fun productions we’ve done. No Quarter is our favorite Zep tune, and that’s probably because its one of the only songs in which they use a synth and some keyboards. Its a dark, intense, classic song with a crazy storyline and meaning. Apparently when it was first released it got terrible reviews from Rolling Stone and the other folks in the industry that “know what they’re talking about,” and maybe that’s why we love it so much. Take a listen, let us know what you think, maybe you find it interesting, maybe you think we’ve butchered a classic… either way, we loved making it.”


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Savoy links with Monstercat for ‘How U Like Me Now’ ft Roniit

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Savoy caps off the summer months on a high note with their latest smash “How U Like Me Now”. Originally a demo cut played at their lives shows, Savoy later decided to polish off the track and add the incredible vocal stylings of Roniit when they saw the frenzied reactions of their fans every time they played the song.

The final product is on point, as Roniit’s beautiful vocals melt seductively into the track’s slow buildup and head-nodding, nuanced production. Drawing on their progressive rock roots, Savoy uses their versatility to take the listener on an incredible journey—one the producers hope they never forget.

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Louis The Child unveils ‘Love Is Alive’ remix compilation

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Louis The Child has revealed the 4 tracks that have made the official “Love Is Alive” remix compilation.

Chet Porter, Savoy, Meaux Green, B-Sides, and Conro are the lucky chosen ones, each helping makes this remix EP a diverse blend of edits with each submission showcasing its own genuine flavor. Louis The Child chose wisely when handing their original off to these producers and in turn, proved that “Love Is Alive” has long legs.

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Savoy & Grabbitz – Contemplate (Original Mix)

 

Savoy & Grabbitz – Contemplate (Original Mix)

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It’s a match made in heaven.

Dynamic trio Savoy teamed up with skilled producer and vocalist Grabbitz to release a song that impeccably combines both of their styles.

As Grabbitz shifts his music in a more performance-based, rock hybrid direction, working together with a group that bill themselves as “electronic rock music” made perfect sense. In a May interview with Dancing Astronaut, Grabbitz noted that his style and Savoy’s “fit together and coincide in a way,” making way for the beautiful blending of genres that is “Contemplate.”

Grabbitz’s soulful vocals unite with a softer side of Savoy’s typically edgy rock sound. “Contemplate” has an effortless ’80s groove to it, with a carefree synth melody that floats smoothly throughout the course of the song.

The production in the Monstercat release is flawless, showcasing all four artists’ attention to detail and ability to build a song that’s accessible for fans of all genres.

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Savoy release full 12-track remix pack for ‘Tomorrow Today, Pt. 1’

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A couple months back, livetronica trio Savoy began releasing remixes of their latest EP, Tomorrow Today, Pt. 1, beginning with their own VIP of the track “The Wolf.” To the joy of their fans, they continued to release quality remix after quality remix on a weekly basis from artists such as 2ToneDisco, Light House, and Summer Was Fun.

Now the group has put the full pack forth, and it’s a hefty one – 12 remixes in total, all available for free. One of the standout tracks in the pack is the remix of “The Wolf” from Varien, who creates a uniquely heavy and groovy midtempo groove – dubbed “industrial pop” – that highlights the dark, eery side of Bright Lights’ catchy vocals to an even greater degree than Savoy’s own remix.

Darkness aside, the remix pack’s 12 tracks span many genres and will have something for just about everyone. From almost tropical easy-listening to weird and wonky bass; melodic house to dubstep and many genres in between. For those that missed them on their live tour, they are switching it up and playing a series of DJ sets across the States this summer. The full schedule for these shows can be found here.

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Savoy and Fatherdude capture an authentic disco sound with ‘Living Color’

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Many dedicated musicians have a certain sound or feeling to their work that goes along with a specific genre or set of genres – in other words, they have succeeded in finding “their sound.” It goes without saying that the electronic band Savoy found their core sonic style long ago. What may not have been as clear until now, however, is how well Fatherdude’s vocals work in a classic disco-sounding track.

Savoy has always shown a mature synthesis of their varying influences into a cohesive sound. With their latest single, “Living Color,” the trio from Brooklyn, with the help of vocalist Fatherdude, take on the style that they say is “a culmination of who [they] really are as artists and what has inspired us the most.”

Thus, they created a vibrant rendition of a classic disco tune, circa the late ’70s and early ’80s. It would have been very difficult to find a vocalist that fits the bill for this track better than Fatherdude with his soulfully smooth vocal lines that could be said to already have a tone reminiscent of the disco and funk eras.

Savoy recently made the bold move of giving away their discography for free, a great way to get current and future fans warmed up for their forthcoming EP, Tomorrow Today.

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Savoy give away their entire discography for free

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With the end of the year upon us, the spirit of the holidays is in full effect with a notable increase in goodwill and gifts. Numerous artists have already begun releasing End of the Year mixes, though the eclectic trio Savoy, true to their nature, have gone a different route. The group has given away their entire discography for free.

A posting on the band’s Facebook page allowed fans to treat themselves to all seven releases produced so far. The demand for the group’s work was so high that the band’s Dropbox account couldn’t adequately handle all the requests. The uninitiated will find themselves immersed in Savoy’s clever and powerful mix of electronic and indie rock vibes, providing an excellent appetizer for the band’s forthcoming EP.

Download Savoy’s entire discography for free here.

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Savoy’s ‘Neon Nebraska’ is a fascinating mix of indie, rock, and electro

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When the term “band” comes up in conversation nowadays, most people would not immediately think of electronic music. As electronic music has become more integrated with other, live instrumentation-based genres, there have been a select few electronic bands, however, that have made this association seem completely natural all along. Brooklyn-based electro-rock band Savoy is one such act.

One of the advantages of having a group of musicians with which to write and perform music is the increased range of influences and styles that can be brought together. In their new single, “Neon Nebraska,” the trio, along with featured artist Porsches, bring a somewhat garage-style rock sound together with indie electronic and dashes of other left-field genres. Savoy’s top-notch production quality, which is geared more toward an electronic dance type of final mixdown, pulls everything together in spectacular fashion for an incredibly well-rounded track.

“Neon Nebraska” is the first single from their forthcoming EP, Tomorrow Today.

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