AJ Salvatore Remixes Shaun Frank’s ‘Bon Appétit’ Into Bass House Banger

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The 22-year-old Orlando native is back again and this time with one slamming remix for Shaun Frank out now on the legendary Ultra Records. With an unexpected bass injection introduced into the light-hearted original, it’s hard to not note elements such as the vocal rework and unique verses. As the song progresses and the minimal

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Birthdayy Partyy – Rewind

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Birthdayy Partyy shake things up with their latest release. “Rewind” sees the brothers taking an old-school approach with some heavy underground vibes. It’s a cool mix between some throwback and new wave. The twins kick things into gear with a funky beat complimented by a dope reggae sample. Then the bass hits as is come

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Andrew Marks Drops New Late Night Anthem ‘Rock This’

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Are you ready to rock this town? Well raise those glasses up and let the bottles pop because New York City DJ Andrew Marks is bringing the party! ‘Rock This’, the 2nd release from Gameroom Records is here and it’s a bass-fueled future house banger. ‘Rock This’ is a sure-fire hit for all your pregame

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Ephwurd samples The Beastie Boys on earth-shaking ATRIP collaboration, ‘Check It Out’

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Ephwurd samples The Beastie Boys on earth-shaking ATRIP collaboration, ‘Check It Out’Ephwurd Atrip Check It Out Collab Single

Datsik‘s inevitable departure from Ephwurd hasn’t stopped Bais Haus from carrying the project forward as a solo act, with the ultra smooth summer jam “Everywhere I Go” serving as a first step earlier this year. Now, Ephwurd returns to the more explosive side of house with the ATRIP-assisted “Check It Out,” arriving via his own Eph’ed Up Records imprint.

Lingering on a deliciously menacing intro featuring distorted guitar strums and instantly recognizable Beastie Boys chops, the track forecasts a heavy dose of bass early on. The delivery comes fast and furious with a rumbling drop that builds layer after of layer of head-knocking percussion. ATRIP’s grimy sensibilities are the perfect addition, keeping things crackly, maintaining a driving appeal across the entire track. If “Check It Out” is any indicator of Ephwurd’s momentum as a solo venture, it’s safe to say the future is bright and bass heavy.

Birthdayy Partyy Drop “The Get Down” On Insomniac’s Discovery Project

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Birthdayy Partyy is one of the most underrated acts out right now. After launching in January of this year, they’ve been blazing a trail with a seemingly infinite amount of releases from official remixes for Autograf and LUZCID to flips of classic records, as well as independently released originals. Now, they’ve had their first original

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Black Tiger Sex Machine – New Worlds (Remix LP)

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Black Tiger Sex Machine are one of the biggest forces in bass music and yet they are still underrated. Not only do they release music, but you can find them running their label Kannibalen Records on top of that. Part of that venture has been handpicking some talented producers to take on remix duties and

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KURA – “Like A Boss” [EDM Sauce Premiere]

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High-flying Portuguese DJ & producer is KURA is back again with an absolutely massive tune ‘Like A Boss’, out on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom imprint. Serving as a follow-up to recent singles ‘Favela’, ‘Young & Invincible’, and ‘Lambo’ – with the latter released also on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label – ‘Like A Boss’ packs a punch

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Justin Timberlake’s “Sexyback” Gets A House Remix From Scissors

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The London duo, Scissors, describe themselves as “Music addicted guys trying to put some fresh ideas into dancefloor classics,” which is exactly what they did with their latest spin. The guys took Justin Timberlake’s “Sexyback” and transformed it into a Deep House track by bringing out the basslines and adding some deep synths. There’s even a

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Skrillex “Leaks” Title of Joyryde’s New Collab and Album

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In a rather insightful tweet and Instagram story post last night, Sonny Moore “leaked” what appears to be the title of the long-rumored brand new collab between Skrillex and English DJ and Producer John Ford aka Joyryde. The title appears to be “AGEN WIDA,” and it’s our guess what that could even mean. Beyond this

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Masayoshi Iimori blasts off with searing bass house single, ‘Flow’

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Masayoshi Iimori blasts off with searing bass house single, ‘Flow’Masayoshi Iimora Flow Premiere Classe Single

Japanese dance music star Masayoshi Iimori has been popping up on playlists and remix packs all year long, including high-profile takes for RL Grime and Nick Catchdubs. The bass house producer rides in on that momentum with a grimy new single, arriving as the fourth ever release from DJ Snake‘s own PREMIERE CLASSE records. Aptly titled “Flow,” the track is an explosive combo of modernized dance floor electro and playful arcade-game flavor.

“Flow” cranks it up to 11 almost immediately, and maintains the ballistic cruising speed all the way till the end. The mortal combat mode synth stabs catapult the track towards bit crushed, searing drops. The cut borrows from bass house and nostalgic electro, then douses it in Iimori’s trademark flair for the weird and wacky. The artist’s style flashes equal hints of Dillon Francis madness and TNGHT distorted punch. Amazingly, both Masayoshi Iimori and the track’s newly founded label home are just getting started — but both entities smashed the gas from the jump, and show no signs of slowing down.