Bro Safari and UFO! are back. After some considerable since from the pair of longtime collaborators, the two have released their new single “N.U.M.B,” which is an enamoring fusion of mysterious sounds, dark, experimental arrangements, and animalistic samples blending into a unique jungle-inspired track.
The duo have released countless collaborations before, but “N.U.M.B” is the first to skew away from the heavy bass sound they are known so well for. The single is the first from their newly announced forthcoming joint album the, titled Clockwork, which lands in full on September 21. Bro Safari and UFO!’s new project is said to be a conceptual listening journey, which is a new direction for both artists. The full album release will be accompanied by a North American tour this fall.
Netherlands-based producer Dion Timmer has accomplished more than most kids his age. By the age of 10 Timmer had discovered dubstep and realized his passion for music. Fast forward about 7 years and now he has collaborated with Snails, Bro Safari, Adventure Club and gone on tour with Excision.
If that’s not enough, then hitting play on his latest release on Monstercat, “Shiawase,” should be enough to reinforce the fact that the kid is talented to say the very least. Following his theme of pitched up vocal chops along with his exceptionally technical sound design, he creates a light-hearted and dynamic song that feels as if it was exported directly from a video game.
If that cup of coffee didn’t do it’s job this morning, then Dion Timmer has you covered.
Tritonal totally transforms the backdrop of the song, retaining only the vocals from the original. The duo inserts their signature upbeat sound and an elaborate chord synth progression for the drop, making the track a perfect radio song or club hit.
The progressive house duo has been busy touring and releasing hit release after hit release in 2017, and with this remix drop, they show no signs of stopping in the new year.
After landing itself a No. 11 spot on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Chart and embodying an immensely heart-warming aspect of adolescence in its official music video, DJ Snake and Lauv‘s radio anthem, “A Different Way,” has received its very own remix package.
The remix package features two distinct takes on the radio anthem, each vivacious takes on the original in their own right. Notably, Bro Safari and ETC!ETC! have joined forces for a monstrous trap house take on the original, erring away from the tune’s smooth, radio tendencies and imbuing a darker dancefloor air. In turning down the brightness of the track, Bro Safari and ETC!ETC! attain an evocatively, amusing new tune that certainly gets down in a daring, different way.
We just got a remix pack for that big single collaboration between Bro Safari, Dillon Francis & Salvatore Ganacci that dropped a few weeks ago. They’ve put together a sick roster of five artists to flip “XL.” Each one is unique but they all keep the energy high, a few taking the song into a
Some our all time favorite electronic artists have teamed up for an insane collaboration titled, “XL.” It’s a song off of Bro Safari’s brand new ‘Collisions EP’, which you can stream in it’s entirety right here. Dylan Francis and Bro Safari have been personal favorites for years, and Bro Safari’s new 7-track album sounds sick.
Bro Safari has a treat for all bass and trap lovers today. ‘Collisions’ has hit the scene and it is seven tracks of serious heat. Included tn the EP, is Bro Safari’s highly anticipated collaboration with Dillon Francis, ‘XL’. It is obviously the stand out track, but is this new EP worth listening to in
The bay area of northern California was the place to be this year for new year’s eve. The surrounding area had more electronic artists playing over the 30th and 31st than anywhere else in the country. It was absolutely wild. The event that takes the cake in terms of absolute insanity has to be Insomniac’s
Holy shit, it’s been a long time since I’ve thought about “Scumbag” by Bro Safari. It’s an absolute classic in trap from all the way back in 2012, and it’s still played at a lot of shows year-round, albeit perhaps in different forms. Now DJs have another remix to throw into their mixes as Party Favor enters the fray.
The tempo is pumped up and given a distinct Party Favor flavor that we’ve come to know and love. After the recent release of his Party & Destroy EP, this is definitely one of the biggest remixes he’s come out with. Unfortunately, it’s rather short, but damned if it isn’t sweet.
Check it out below!
Also check out the new lyric video from Party Favor’s incredible collaboration with Georgia Ku, “In My Head.”