Artist of the Week: Romain Good Talks About his Massive Bass Track

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Romain Good, our artist of the week, a talented and clever up-and-coming bass producer, has recently released an extremely technical track labeled ‘Bagheera’ that will surely make its rounds this Summer at a Bass stage near you. We recently got a chance to sit down with the young producer and pick his brain a bit

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Remixes For Grey, Zedd & Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” Released Today

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Grey, Zedd & Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” recently went platinum in the US, a huge accomplishment for an artist of any size these days (what with dwindling sales numbers and all). But even more exciting to us is this remix pack that came out today with cuts from KIIDA, Killagraham (of Milo & Otis), and Bali Bandits.

KIIDA puts a pretty dope house spin on the track, amping up the energy with some rough synths and a bouncy rhythm. Killagraham’s remix is a more laidback future bass take on the original. And finally we get to Bali Bandits, who easily have the most unique song of 2017 so far – where they got the inspiration for this remix, we might never know (until it inevitably comes up in their next interview). With an exceptionally bouncey, disco-tinged sound, this is our favorite of the bunch.

Check them all out below!

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: Remixes For Grey, Zedd & Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” Released Today

ELOQ – Diamonds [Next Wave]

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Next Wave has definitely hit the jackpot with ELOQ’s “Diamonds” by managing to land a vocal feature by MØ no less. Though they’re not able to credit the singer in the title, once you hit that play button it’s not too hard to hear the Danish singer’s distinctive voice.

“Diamonds” is a slow-moving yet fiery affair which should have you enchanted the second MØ’s vocals come in. ELOQ does a great job with the production applying layer after layer of sound constructing the perfect texture for the vocals to cut through. Perfectly placed between future bass and future pop, “Diamonds” might not become the mainstream hit that MØ’s last few singles are, but should definitely emerge as a timeless track reminiscent of her older catalog.

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Source: ELOQ – Diamonds [Next Wave]

Life In Color Surpasses Expectations for 10th Anniversary [Event Review]

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By now, it would be expected that the novelty of getting blasted with streaks of pink, blue, and green would be a tad bit irritating. After all, paint parties have been around before Life In Color came to be.

What started as over-the-top college parties at Florida State University over a decade ago evolved into one of Miami’s most unique series of concerts in the last five years. From massive expansions across South Florida, touring across the country, and even a Guinness World Record for “most people covered in paint at one time,” the people behind Life In Color reimagined their paint parties into a festival experience that combines massive themes with enormous musical performances. And this year was no different.

Much like Ultra Music Festival, Life In Color’s flagship is in Miami, where prior installments packed enormous crowds by the Hard Rock Stadium. This year, however, the music festival made a venue change, trading the expansive parking lot of the Miami Dolphins’ football arena for the intimate combination of Mana Wynwood and the abandoned RC Cola Plant. At first, I came to believe that this is a continuance of the downsizing of Life In Color’s concerting production as Wynwood is a tight neighborhood. After Life In Color 2014 spread its stay for a full weekend of musical messes, LIC 2016 returned to a single-day music festival criteria while still bringing a fierce lineup of commercial house, trap, dubstep, and hip-hop.

To my surprise, the switch made Life In Color feel larger than ever as it sat between large murals of street art and chic restaurants.

Coming into the venue, the main “Sector X” stage featured opening acts Nitti Gritti and Bonnie X Clyde whose musical careers kickstarted from Wynwood Fear Factory and Life In Color 2016 respectively. Between new music, both acts have unreleased and tenacious bangers shaping 2017, their acts set the tone for the incoming performances on the main stage and for the nearby “Rare Stage” which took the form of a circus tent. It was over here that equally bass-heavy performances from Fresko, Doctor P, and Ookay transitioned from the dusk and into the evening. I stayed here for quite some time before returning to Sector X.

In between both stages where a vast array of food trucks and stands offering funnel cakes, gyros, salads, and more. Yet, most of these places began to run out of food faster than they could make new food for future customers. I found that around the time that Marshmello and Desiigner were set to perform (between 9p.m. – 11p.m.), the lines were too long to properly serve anyone and the food being served was underwhelming in comparison to their relatively high prices. This problem struck the hardest for the main food stands that supposedly offered hot dogs, gyros, and Philly cheese steaks because all of these options disappeared by the time Mija was finished with her performance. This came as such a shock to me as previous installments were able have had less food truck options while still having less issues with serving the fan base.

As the evening began to gear up for the headliners, it became abundantly clear that Young Thug was nowhere to be found on the lineup when he was apart of the promotional lineup for the event. However, after seeing his recent antics in not showing up for his own music video shoot, I think this was a little outside of the hands of Life In Color. Meanwhile, every other headliner delivered terrific sets from the melodic dubstep powerhouses such as Seven Lions and Illenium to the electro house bangers coming from the sets of Mija and Tritonal. The night was topped off with performances from Diplo and Carnage who dropped trap, dubstep, and moombahton tracks to send off the 10th Anniversary of Life In Color with flying colors.

Even though there were hiccups with the food provided for guests and one headliner was unable to make an appearance, Life In Color blew my expectations. I went in believing that the transition to Wynwood (which usually hosts underground concerts) would be particularly arduous as it was about to host a relatively commercial music festival. But seeing the success of Wynwood Fear Factory last Halloween and LIC’s using the size of two venues to host the whole event, Life In Color established another successful show filled with head-banging EDM and the most tolerant body paint to be splashed on the faces of its fans.

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Source: Life In Color Surpasses Expectations for 10th Anniversary [Event Review]

smle – Overflow (feat. Helen Tess) [Lowly Palace]

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Future bass music fans rejoice! Lowly Palace has done it again with yet another brilliant bass release. This time it’s a debut from live electronic duo SMLE who have teamed up with longtime collaborators Helen Tess for “Overflow.”

Right off the bat, you can tell there’s a remarkable chemistry between producers and vocalists that can probably be attributed to the having worked together on two singles previous, “Halo” and “It’ll Be Okay.” As always, Helen Tess’s provides the delicate balance to offset the bouncy drop and bright keys. All in all another wonderful release by both artists and hopefully not to last time we see them put their heads together!

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Source: smle – Overflow (feat. Helen Tess) [Lowly Palace]

Your EDM Premiere: SuDs – Cog Wheels

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Following his epic announcement of the upcoming Ghetto Trippin Tour, bass wizard SuDs has emerged with one of the most fiery singles off of his newest EP, F. Society. “Cog Wheels” takes the collective energy of the compilation at large and mangles it into a truly deadly concoction. By the time you’re through listening to this song, you’d be lucky not to find yourself on your stomach scooting across the floor in a mixture of agony and bliss.

It begins with scattered percussion hits and an ominous background soundscape before rising quickly towards a dripping, grimy rhythm full of ungodly growls, chest-rattling sub bass and the kind of minimalist arrangement that twists your face into a knot. The haunting atmospheric tones from the introduction eventually creep back into the forefront, before being abandoned once more for an eyeball-squishing medley of bass synths. Spectrum-wide horn blasts break up the filth for brief moments, serving as necessary seconds to breathe between the sloshing waves of bass.

Listen to the song below, and check further down for a complete EP download.

Click here to download “Cog Wheels” and the rest of F. Society now!

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Source: Your EDM Premiere: SuDs – Cog Wheels

QUIX & Ian Munro Give “Purple Lamborghini” An Insane Trap Flip

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At this point, remixing “Purple Lamborghini” shouldn’t work. It’s old enough that most people have moved on to newer things, but QUIX and Ian Munro’s flip of the track is just too insane.

Stripping it down all the way, the two have transformed the track into a minimal but mighty banger with some crazy twists and turns that should keep you interested the whole way through. And don’t say we didn’t warn you about that last drop…

Check it out below and grab your free download here.

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Source: QUIX & Ian Munro Give “Purple Lamborghini” An Insane Trap Flip

Watch Jauz Drop This Insane New ID In His Hometown

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On the second installment of Jauz’ Off The Deep End tour, the sharky producer threw down some jaw dropping new music that can only be described as epic. Jauz premiered the new tune at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in his home town of San Francisco, so of course he was going to throw down.

This new ID packs all the flavor of Armin van Buuren’s “Ping Pong” mixed with Jauz’ own penchant for mind crumbling bass jams. After globetrotting through 2016, this tour is focused on his most die-hard fans, and we can only imagine how much more unreleased music Jauz has tucked up his sleeve for the remaining stops.

 

Source: Dancing Astronaut | Photo: Rukes

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Source: Watch Jauz Drop This Insane New ID In His Hometown

Super Square Gets Heavy On Impossible Records

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Seattle based trio, Super Square, hits 2017 hard with a genre-bending trap anthem. Generally known for their energetic live performances, Super Square hit the studio hard with an all new production, “Into Me”, which blurs the lines between an uplifting melodic journey and the epicenter of an earthquake. This act proves how strong the electro sound can go while combined with uplifting vocals and thorough musical concepts within the track itself. These guys are definitely an act to follow as their festival appearances this past season was nothing short of a success as they continue to make waves and catch the eyes and ears of dance music lovers everywhere.

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Source: Super Square Gets Heavy On Impossible Records

Mija Just Released Her Very First Solo Original Track, “Secrets”

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Even though Mija has been an active DJ/producer for a while now, it’s only now that she’s put out her first solo original entitled “Secrets.” Past tracks of hers have always been collabs or remixes, but it could be said that “Secrets” is the first genuine Mija track we’ve ever gotten.

Digging into the legacy of drum & bass, as Mija was influenced by the likes of Sub Focus and Netsky, the track still retains Mija’s unique aesthetic among the high-pitched vocals and bubbly synths. The track samples Tegan & Sara’s “Boyfriend,” though the vocals were only meant to be a temporary placeholder until original vocals were found. As the instrumental progressed, the sample stuck and Tegan & Sara allowed her to use it.

Listen to “Secret” below:

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Source: Mija Just Released Her Very First Solo Original Track, “Secrets”