Disciples follow their deep house drive on new single, ’48HRS’

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UK dance floor dominators, Disciples, further evidence their production prowess on “48HRS,” a single that serves as a paragon of the dulcet deep house for which the South London trio has come to be recognized.

Punctuated by a pulsating bass line with a captivatingly dark tonal hue, “48HRS” is a smooth sonic stride into the deep house domain that finds its key complementary elements in its honeyed vocal hook and reverberating synth work. A brief monologue at the track’s midway point further solidifies the single’s stimulating quality and unmistakable groove.

Hear this surprising Rusko remix of Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s ‘Wolves’

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With last year’s arrival of Marshmello and Selena Gomez‘s hotly anticipated dance/pop crossover track, “Wolves,” it became clear the masked producer was setting his sights on the world of commercial pop. Paired with their live performance of “Wolves” at the 2017 AMAs, fans of Marshmello began wondering if the once-enigmatic bass producer was turning his back on EDM altogether.

Mellogang can rest easy as the producer has just enlisted a bevy of dance music producers to touch up his high-profile collaboration. Included on the official remix pack is Moti, Owen Norton, Said the Sky, Sneek, Total Ape, and a standout Rusko performance that plays as a deep/future house track with hard house elements. Brooding drums, futuristic synths, and interesting vocal edits mark the sonic space of Rusko’s re-imagining of the pair’s single. Wherever the track sits along the dance music spectrum, it’s a surprisingly left-field move for the UK-dubstep producer who is largely credited with popularizing the dubstep movement in the US.

Premiere: BLOND:ISH – Cruising

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BLOND:ISH hold a keen grasp over all things ethereal and carnal. Their lush, often nature-infused brand of house has transformed them into veritable icons in the underground sphere, with their well-tuned sets fitting perfectly in locations like Burning Man, Tulum, and Ibiza. Outside of their usual house-inclined sound, the duo have also proven their prowess in eclectic electronica as well, impressing their fanbase with their Welcome To The Present album on Kompakt at the end of 2015.

They find themselves on German imprint Katermukke for their first release of 2018 — a two-piece extended player, Colocada. Its closer, “Cruising” makes for a fluid aural adventure, quite literally “cruising” along highways of drawn-out synth melodies and grooving bass-lines. Minimal at its core, “Cruising” still rocks the dancefloor while demonstrating that clever arrangement is all that’s needed for a top piece of music.

BLOND:ISH will be stopping by Miami at the end of March for Damian LazarusGet Lost party. Prior to then, Colocada is available for pre-order here.

 

Premiere: BAILE – Spectrum Bias

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BAILE translates to “dance” in Spanish. Appropriately, the rising New York talent has proved his aptitude at making dancefloor-worthy hits not long into his tenure in the underground sphere, putting forth melodic and grooving remixes of a multitude of singles in addition to earning recognition for his solo work in both the ambient and deep realms.

Having impressed Sasha with his re-work to “Singularity,” BAILE was subsequently tapped to compose his very own EP on the legendary Last Night On Earth imprint. What resulted is an embodiment of what he does best — a two-tracker that summons immense sentimentality by way of skillful melodic manipulation.

The EP’s title opener “Spectrum Bias” is a haunting record, tugging at the heartstrings with ethereal vocal clips and wistful, yet poignant piano chords. Its introspective disposition is one that is easy to meditate to both on the dancefloor and at home, showcasing BAILE’s abilities at crafting versatile electronica. Furthemore, “Spectrum Bias” is a clear manifestation of the LNOE ethos as of late — emotive, grooving, and forward-thinking.

 

 

Pre-order Spectrum Bias here

Sam Feldt Gives Kygo Valentines Day Gift, A Remix To Hit Single “Permanent”

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Kygo has recently kicked off the first leg of his “Kids in Love” tour and the fomo has been on a million. His Instagram stories have shown an immaculate stage and light design that proves the top-class showmanship of the DJ/Producer. The album was widely respected and viewed as one of the best of 2017.

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Lane 8 Releases 1st Official Remix From Little By Little, ‘Skin & Bones’ ft. Patrick Baker the Enamour Remix

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Just a few weeks after the release of Lane 8’s sophomore album ‘Little By Little’, one stand out single ‘Skin & Bones’ ft. Patrick Baker has received a remix from Washington DC producer Enamour. Enamour’s music delicately walks the line between deep introspection and pure club play, but the young star takes it super deep and

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Scrufizzer Flips Vato Gonzalez “Bassline Riddim” Delivering MC Focused “Bump & Grind”

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Something about European/British accent rapping gets me fired up. Vato Gonzalez dropped “Baseline Riddim” back in April of 2017. If you have not heard it, it comes highly recommended from DJ’s across the globe. The track took over festival and club stages all summer and through the new year. The original was released on the

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Ghost Channels Drops Latest House EP – “Whirlwind”

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Minneapolis producer, Ghost Channels, has recently dropped his latest EP titled “Whirlwind”.  Less than a year after his last EP, the Nu Disco-focused project “Le Sigh”, Ghost Channels returns to his House roots with “Whirlwind”. The five track EP has Deep House roots overall, yet each track has its own House sub-genre touch. For example,

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Dirty South Releases New ‘XV’ Album Marking 15 Years at the Top

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Celebrating 15 years at the very top of the progressive & deep house game, esteemed Serbian-Australian producer Dirty South has unveiled his brand new studio album, the aptly titled ‘XV’. The production marks a stark musical evolution from the two-time Grammy and ARIA nominated DJ, with ‘XV’ embodying a mature and diverse sound that showcases

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Has The Mysterious Producer Behind SUMR Camp Finally Been Revealed?

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The past few years have paved the way for sub-alias’ for some of the industry’s biggest names. We were given Party Marty Garrix’ Area 21, deadmau5’s Testpilot, “someone” is Marshmello and most recently (prior to today’s news) Porter Robinsons’ Virtual Self. A few months back, an artist came onto the scene with his debut track

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