Throttle proves he is a producer to watch with whimsically dance-worthy, ‘Wanderlust’

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Throttle proves he is a producer to watch with whimsically dance-worthy, ‘Wanderlust’Throttle Wanderlust

At 21 years old, Australia native, Throttle has given himself to a rapidly ascending production career, having already collaborated with modern house blue chips Oliver Heldens and Galantis. Most recently, Throttle has put out his second Spinnin’ Records release of the year with track “Wanderlust,” which has already gained the support from the likes of Morgan Page and Tiësto. Euphoric breakdowns and pulsing beats hold steady alongside a looping vocal cut that avalanches into a grin-inducing dance effort.

“I made the initial idea for ‘Wanderlust’ in my hotel room in Ibiza,” said the producer in an official release. “I came up with the vocal hook exploring the streets of Old Town that morning and built the track from there.”

 

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 42

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.


Since he started releasing music again at the beginning of last year, Party Ghost has been on a roll with originals. Each one’s been quite varied in style, tied together with his signature dark and somewhat glitchy vibe. “Kill,” released in early April, slams its listener with deep, reverberating bass — much like his most recent: “Phantom.” This stormy, brooding vibe is executed perfectly in “Phantom,” though it’s more subdued than its April predecessor. “In the year 2145 the world is ran by Spectre Industries,” Party Ghost notes in the song description. “The story begins with Phantom.”


Ryan Browne has been consistently wreaking havoc on the dance music world with fiery remixes and originals that put a hardcore twist on tracks like Krewella‘s “Alive” and Alison Wonderland‘s “Messiah.” In his latest, a cover of the classic “Everytime We Touch” by Cascada, Browne whips out the drum sticks for a powerful take on the 2007 classic, mixing in elements of hardstyle and dubstep for a rendition that’s not for the faint of heart.


Armada powerhouse Armin Van Buuren has followed up his mid-April “Therapy” with the release of a funk-injected remix from Throttle. The Melbourne artist has made a name for himself with groovy hits like his take on “Hit the Road Jack” and his remix of Earth, Wind & Fire’s iconic “September.” His “Therapy” remix looks to be another stellar addition to his discography, as he adds a classic disco vibe to James Newman’s vocals.


There are few things I love more than the mixing of genres. German drum & bass duo Neonlight have put a VIP spin on one of their own tracks, combining gorgeous orchestral elements, soaring electric guitar and a drum & bass rhythm for a formidable four-minute venture. Its action-packed, cinematic feel is bolstered by hefty bass and dramatic builds that leave the listener wanting more as the synths peter out at the end.


Fresh off a four-track NEST HQ EP, Canadian duo Chuurch have come back with a sultry remix of REZZ and 13‘s celebrated collaboration, “DRUGS!” Digging into the style they call “lean bass,” the pair have crafted a remix saturated with wobbles and weighty bass. REZZ and 13’s haunting melody drifts in and out of the remix, allowing the duo to carry it through while adding their own unique twist.

Throttle and Niko the Kid unite on Justin Timberlake and Snoop Dogg’s hit collaboration ‘Signs’

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Spinnin’ Records recruit Throttle is by all accounts closing out a breakout year, but as 2017 draws to a close, the Aussie beatmaker has one more gift up his sleeve as the “icing on the cake.” Teaming up once again with Atlanta’s Niko the Kid, the pair have joined forces on a new remix, honing in on some early 2000’s pop as the groundwork for their latest tag team.

Their target this time around was Snoop Dogg and Justin Timberlake‘s 2004 radio smash “Signs,” which sees them take the original’s glitzy disco-pop/rap crossover appeal and add some UK-garage-inspired flare. In essence, they’ve flipped the once radio-ready hip-hop select into a now certified dance floor ace.

The now nearly-vintage original cut landed on Snoop’s seventh studio LP, R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece. Upping the tempo considerably on the remix, Throttle and Niko work the original’s rich vocal samples into their own absolutely infectious house beat, breathing new life into one of Snoop’s better departures from west coast rap. Best of all, they’re giving away their new remix completely free of charge. Enjoy.

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Since setting up his landmark non-profit label Blume, Las Vegas’s own 3LAU have made fans of the electronic dance act seamless philanthropists along the way. Having dropped album lead-in single “Star Crossed” earlier in the year, the young artist returns this month with the album’s second single and news of an extensive North American tour for 2018, with support from SNBRN, Throttle and ELEPHANTE. Kicking-off in his hometown on December 30, the Ultraviolet tour leaves few national stones unturned, mustering 20-dates across the country and concluding on April 27. The announcement lands just days shy of latest single ‘Walk Away,’ with the landmark album anticipated to be out by the time 3LAU concludes this national romp. Catch the full itinerary of the Ultraviolet 2018 tour below and stay tuned for the new single this Friday!

ULTRAVIOLET TOUR 2018
Dec 30 – Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
Feb 08 – Bloomington, IN – Kilroys
Feb 09 – Chicago, IL – Prysm
Feb 10 – Columbus, OH – Dahlia
Feb 16 – Atlanta, GA – Opera
Feb 17 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
Feb 22 – New Orleans, LA – Republic
Feb 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Noto
Feb 24 – Washington D.C. – Echostage
Mar 02 – San Francisco, CA – Regency
Mar 03 – Los Angeles, CA – Belasco
Mar 10 – Seattle, WA – Sodo
Mar 16 – Toronto, ON – Uniun
Mar 17 – Montreal, QC – New City Gas
Apr 06 – Denver, CO – Fillmore
Apr 13 – Boston, MA – The Grand
Apr 14 – St Louis, MO – Ryse
Apr 20 – Houston, TX – Spire
Apr 21 – Dallas, TX – Lizard Lounge
Apr 27 – Portland, OR – Roseland

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Throttle & Niko The Kid team up for explosive ‘Piñata’

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Melbourne’s rising talent, Throttle, is having a huge year in 2017 and continues the trend with Niko The Kid for the single “Piñata.” Listeners can expect to see a lot of hype around this one, as Throttle is seeing an impressive two million monthly listeners on Spotify and Niko The Kid is a recent addition to Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak team, with some big releases this year, such as his On The Run EP and a co-writing credit on ODESZA‘s highly esteemed track “Higher Ground.”

In an effort to bridge the gap between European and US style dance music, the two producers stir up a masterpiece that’s true to its name. With an upbeat drum rhythm, horn blasts and a looping, high-pitched flute sample, the track is bound to create an explosive atmosphere in any setting.

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2017 has been a breakout year for Throttle, with thrilling releases like “Baddest Behavior” and “Found You (Make Me Yours).” One thing the young producer didn’t expect to happen this year, though? A collaboration with dance music superstars Galantis.

Throttle had started working on a song concept, and as soon as he heard it coming together, he knew it would be made even better with Galantis’ influence.

I asked my label to reach out and they got back almost straight away saying they loved the idea and wanted to put their spin on it. I’ve always been a huge Galantis fan so it was amazing to see how guys at their level work.”

What started as a simple concept ended up being a duet on Galantis’ freshly minted The Aviary album, which came out Sept. 15.

“Tell Me You Love Me” is a clear album standout, with harmonious, soulful vocals and a sensational dance beat. Both Galantis and Throttle continue to demonstrate their mastery of heartfelt dance music through ear-catching releases like this one.

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Throttle knows how to move a dance floor.

Each one of his releases is groovier than the last. From his funky rework of “Hit the Road Jack” to the catchy “Found You (Make Me Yours)” to his disco rework of Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September,” the Australian producer has a knack for making composing incredible danceable music.

His latest, “Baddest Behaviour,” out now on Spinnin Records, is a beautiful blend of house and moombahton. Featuring Caribbean-infused vocals, the house track leans decidedly into the world of moombah. A dramatic horn section in the introduction gives the track a solid backbone right from the start, leading up to a driving, bouncing beat.

“Can you please turn the bass up?”

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Australian talent Throttle has become established for his enthralling “Dirty Disco” brand of mellow, retro-influenced house music, which evokes a sense of nostalgia while adapting well to the modern dance floor. The producer has selected Snakehips and MØ’s recent collaboration “Don’t Leave” as the latest to receive his signature treatment. For his remix, Throttle sets MØ’s melancholic vocals into a grooving house backdrop, which derives its energy from boisterous synthesizers and a formidable kick. Naturally, he ties the piece together with a catchy sax-based hook and distinct bass guitar riffs which ensure its “Dirty Disco” appeal.

After joining Oliver Heldens at the end of 2016 for his landmark show at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Throttle shows he’s primed to continue his success in 2017 with this new re-work of “Don’t Leave.”

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