BTS — MIC Drop (Slushii remix)

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Slushii‘s burst onto the EDM scene has been felt in waves, and the Los Angeles based producer shows no signs of slowing down. With a debut album — Out Of Light — released in August, massive performances at festivals such as Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland, & EDC Orlando, and a plethora of incoming original releases and remixes, the ascendant producer is hitting the ground running into 2018.

On his newest remix to “MIC Drop,” Slushii injects his own carbonated blend of EDM ear candy into the hip hop original, forsaking its ominous overtones for bubbly, anime-inspired tones. The track’s invigorating synths will surely impact the dancefloor during the upcoming festival season.

 

 

 

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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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Slushii releases comedic new track to accompany Drone Vlog

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Watch Slushii experiment with a drone in his new Vlog and accompanying song titled “Drone Song.” The producer, real name is Julian Scanlan, films as he tries to make a drone fly in a parking lot. He produced a song to accompany the video, and while “Drone Song” certainly won’t be winning him a Grammy, it does have a certain unforgettable appeal.

On Twitter Scanlan writes “New Vlog on YouTube. I dare you to watch the full thing and not get the song stuck in your head.”

The song is out on Soundcloud and mixes synthesized vocal chants with a groovy backdrop. The full Vlog includes the track, and takes viewers on Scanlan’s struggling drone flying journey. Applause to Slushii for acknowledging the true purpose of this creation with “Drone Song’s” genre on Soundcloud tagged as #comedy.

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Slushii – underwater

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Slushii dug into his archives for a new release, dubbed “underwater.” Given the producer’s penchant for party-flavored bass tunes, “underwater” marks a significant departure in style.

Even in comparison to his previous track “Sleep,” in which the producer admitted to wrestling with a bout of depression, “underwater” takes on a fully melancholic tone. True to its title, the track does feature a hazy style, with numerous of its production elements bleeding into each other. Further, the vocals are stylistically listless and fit the production’s minimal structure well.

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EDC Orlando releases expanded festival footprint

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Want more of EDC Orlando? Say no more, because 2017’s iteration of the festival features an expanded grounds footprint. Insomniac has taken the best parts of a fair and combined it with a music festival, so whether attendees wish to zip line, swing, or take a ride on a ferris wheel, the expanded festival grounds will offer a plethora of activities with even more space than the 2016 edition.

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EDC Orlando will take place November 10 and 11 at Tinker Field. Artists performing include Alan WalkerKSHMRSeven LionsSlushiiZedd and many more. Tickets can be purchased here.

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Marshmello releases stacked ‘Silence’ remix EP

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Following the success of “Silence,” Marshmello‘s melodic collaboration with Khalid, the masked producer has released a star-studded four-track remix compilation. The collection features an eclectic selection of renowned producers, each of whom has reworked the slick original track with their own unique and supremely popular style.

The first official remix comes courtesy of future bass master Illenium, fresh off the success of his album, Awake. The rework marks a departure from his normal style and an intriguing addition to the compilation This trend was followed by the legend Tiësto, who delivered a smooth, mellow “Big Room Mix.” Slushii, adheres his traditional melodic dubstep style, while newcomer SUMR CAMP steals the show with a funky, tropical house inspired remix.

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Slushii has been releasing a plethora of new music lately, including a full length album Out of LightNot content to rest following his LP, the producer is back with a new remix of French Montana and Swae Lee’s “Unforgettable.”

The LA-based producer has infused his signature upbeat style, lacing a building beat and electronic drop into the smash hit. Given the original’s ubiquitousness, it’s a safe bet Slushii’s remix will have long legs of its own.

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Omnia lights up San Diego with a stunning summer lineup

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The Hakkasan Group set a gold standard in Las Vegas with the opening of Omnia in 2015. Set inside Caesar’s Palace, the super club has earned a high reputation for its top class DJ talent and its breathtaking, ornate decor.

However, the founders had a far larger vision in mind for Omnia — one that expanded beyond the strip and into new territory entirely. They soon landed upon San Diego’s Gaslamp district as the next location to break ground, and by April 30 of 2015, its newly-minted California branch opened its doors to thousands of adoring fans. Its inaugural roster boasted an equally powerful list of Vegas regulars, which included Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix, and more.

 

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Not much time passed before the club completely changed the landscape of San Diego nightlife. The city went from a quiet, picturesque tourist destination to a veritable hotspot for electronica with Omnia at its helm. People from all over the country and world make a pilgrimage each weekend to the club and eagerly line up in droves to envelop themselves in its crisp, vibrant sound-system and Vegas-esque, lavish layout whilst enjoying the sounds of DJs they otherwise wouldn’t have had access to just three years ago. Guests also have access to a top floor patio where they can continue to bask in the sounds put forth by Omnia’s talent while gazing upon the city’s skyline — a unique feature that makes the club even more of a nightlife jewel.

 

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Its momentum only continues to drive forward with its ongoing Summer Blockbuster series, which sees its highest tier of Vegas Omnia residents bringing their talents to San Diego. The season kicked off on a strong note, with Borgeous, NGHTMRE, and Matoma headlining at the end of June. July hosted the legendary Rave Of Thrones experience with Kristian Nairn, while hitmaker Zedd paying a visit at the end of the month.

Perhaps the most exciting addition to the Summer Blockbuster lineup in San Diego, however, is none other than Grammy-nominated artist Kaskade. Known for his dynamic sets which catalyze immense feelings of connection and joy within his audiences, the American icon will be making his debut at Omnia’s Southern California digs on Friday, August 11. His show will likely be a highlight of the season, given the show’s proximity to his home turf of Los Angeles. Following Kaskade, August will bring an additional treasure trove of artists through Omnia’s confines, such as another debut by Slushii, Porter Robinson, and “Unicorn Slayer” Markus Schulz. Indeed, there’s far from a shortage of good times in store for the Omnia crowd.

 

Head here to reserve a spot in the forthcoming celebrations to come.

 

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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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