Delta Heavy churn out explosive new tune, ‘Exodus’

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UK producer duo Delta Heavy follow up their February Monstercat single “I Need You” with another release on the indie label, “Exodus.” The bass music producers seem to be gaining major headway in calling Monstercat home, including a well-received Call of the Wild guest mix for the label and being featured on Monstercat Uncaged Vol. 4.

The track is heavily cinematic at the start, with echoed dub-hits and intriguing narration, explaining that “science has opened the world to the unknown.” The production then carries the dubstep-driven work into oblivion, including a ferocious bassline and hard-hitting kick-snare combos. Expect this one to bump at upcoming tour stops such as Sziget Festival in August and Insomniac’s Bassmnt San Diego in September.

Delta Heavy – I Need You

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After making their Monstercat debut in 2017, UK duo Delta Heavy are back with a feisty drum & bass heater, “I Need You.”

“I Need You” showcases the pure power and energy behind Delta Heavy’s music. Despite its drum & bass classification, “I Need You” contains elements of heavy dubstep in the first drop, blasting the listener with a relentless pattern of wobbles and bass. Just after the halfway mark, the duo build up into pure drum & bass madness, dashing to the end of the track in fast-paced fury.

The pair have been making waves on the label since their October show-stopping collaboration with vocalist HOLLY, “Stay,” and its accompanying remix package, which was released in late January.

Delta Heavy & Dirty Audio Release Remixes for “Stay”

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Delta Heavy & Dirty Audio’s track ‘Stay’ featuring the very talented Holly made some serious waves throughout the scene when they released the absolute banger a couple months ago. Now at long last we have the pleasure of listening to some remixes of it which undoubtedly made this great song even better. The track received

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NMF Roundup: Fox Stevenson drops funky original, Manila Killa teams up with Nevve, and more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.


Fox Stevenson‘s long-awaited Metanoia debut brings forth a playful set of big room bounce sounds to the table on “Bulgogi.”

Panda Eyes & Chime amalgamate future bass overtones with heady dub inspired bass lines on their newest track “White Magic.”

Wooli steps outside the constructs of Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio‘s original production in favor of an atmospheric, vocally grounded future bass ballad.

Shallou’s newest sees the tropical house producer synthesize his bubbly synth tones with Riah’s infectious vocals.

As tech house continues to break into mainstream western dance culture, Brett Gould is placing himself on the forefront of the genre with his biting new track, “Drum Machine.”

Roisto‘s new track, “All Yours,” uses a heightened Axtone platform to showcase saccharine deep house-influenced melodies and a soulful vocal line from PowerDress.

Nevve‘s distorted vocals serve as ear candy for a patterned drum breakdown on Manila Killa‘s newest track “Everyday, Everyday.”

Unlike Pluto‘s emotive ballad “Fade All My Life” is an emotive step into teenage angst through the lens of mainstream electronic music, the result is likely to save a few teenagers from sleepless, thought-racing nights.

Budakid continues to magnify his presence through the release of the progressive masterpiece, “Memories.”

Sneijder‘s rework of Jackob Roenald’s “Shades” is further proof that the tech trance producer is ready to elevate himself further into the worldwide dance music sphere.

Ray Volpe has finally released an original that he’s been playing out for nearly a year, “Walk Away.”

Monstercat unveils Best of 2017 results

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Canadian label Monstercat is ending their year on a decidedly strong note. On Dec. 6, they announced voting was open for their Best of 2017 selection, allowing fans to vote on their top 10 Monstercat tracks of the year and support their favorite artists. Just two days later, voting closed and results were released, unveiling longtime Monstercat artist Pegboard Nerds at the No. 1 spot with their track “Heaven Let Us Down,” which came out at the end of October. Also claiming top spots are Grant with “Are We Still Young,” Tokyo Machine with “Spooky,” MYRNE with “Confessions,” and Kuuro with “Possession.” View the full list of winners below.

1. Pegboard Nerds – Heaven Let Us Down

2. Grant – Are We Still Young ft Jessi Mason

3. Tokyo Machine – Spooky

4. MYRNE – Confessions

5. KUURO – Possession

6. Stonebank – Ripped To Pieces ft EMEL

7. Unlike Pluto – Everything Black ft Mike Taylor

8. Aero Chord – Drop It

9. Dirtyphonics & Sullivan King – Sight of Your Soul

10. Conro – Close

11. Muzzy – Spectrum

12. Slips & Slurs – Moving Hectic ft Harry Shotta

13. Tristam – Bone Dry

14. DROELOE – JUMP ft Nevve

15. Darren Styles – Us Against the World

16. Puppet – Bigger Picture

17. Kayzo & Slander – Holy ft Micah Martin

18. Bad Computer – New Dawn

19. Infected Mushroom – Spitfire

20. Gammer – The Drop

21. Feint – Outbreak ft MYLK

22. Ephixa & Laura Brehm – Losing You

23. Notaker & Declan James – Who I Am ft Karra

24. WRLD – Everything ft Ashdown

25. Anevo –  Waiting On Your Call ft Park Avenue

26. Rogue, Stonebank & Slips & Slurs – Unity

27. Bishu – Eyes Wide Open

28. Dirty Audio & Delta Heavy – Stay ft Holly

29. Duumu – Illuminate ft Slyleaf

30. Dion Timmer – Till I Make It ft Tima Dee

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MYRNE – Lyra

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Delta Heavy x Dirty Audio – Stay ft HOLLY

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UK drum n’ bass authority, Delta Heavy, has compounded efforts with LA trap producer, Dirty Audio, for their new drumstep single, “Stay,” featuring seasoned vocalist, HOLLY. “Stay” is a joint release on both DNB patriarch, Andy C‘s RAM Records and eclectic Canadian label, Monstercat — marking Delta Heavy’s debut release on the latter.

“We had a lot of fun making the track with Andrew, and we’re all super proud of how it turned out, especially as it really feels like a true blend of all our signature styles,” said Delta Heavy said of Dirty Audio, who will soon embark on his Australia/New Zealand tour.

The cross-over track wields elements of DNB, trap, and dubstep, prompting a sardonic, “Have fun deciding what genre this is,” from Delta Heavy, themselves. HOLLY’s wistful vocals lend acute contrast to the track’s high-speed DNB breaks and shrilling bass.

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Delta Heavy X Dirty Audio – Stay (feat. HOLLY)

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DJ-Producers Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio have collaborated together to create your next favorite track. “Stay” is a mixture of Delta Heavy’s Drum and Bass and Dirty Audio’s trap style, creating a roller coaster of a good time. HOLLY’s airy vocals truly bring life to this heart-pounding single; her voice truly complements the track in

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Stream Zeds Dead’s eight-track ‘Northern Lights’ remix EP

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In October of 2016, Zeds Dead released their long-awaited debut studio album, Northern Lights, on their Deadbeats imprint. Around the same time, DC and Hooks spoke to Billboard about how it just felt right to launch their first proper album on their own label, noting, “We didn’t have any major labels or anything helping us out at any point in our career. In this day and age, if you have your own fanbase, what’s the point of getting with a big label?”

It was only a matter of time before the Toronto duo launched a collaborative remix EP to their dedicated fanbase. Spanning eight tracks in length, the precise and conscientious project is deliberately-crafted to appeal to different tastes, with some unexpected and unique twists on the guys’ classic melodic bass tracks along the way.

The EP, taken in its entirety, represents a sonic journey of cross-genre enlisted talent from veterans and newcomers alike, ranging from Delta Heavy‘s rework of “Lights Out,” Zeds Dead’s future house take on their own ballad, “Slow Down,” and Ganja White Night‘s commanding rendition of “This is Me” — an instant fan-favorite.

Perhaps the standout remix off the EP, however, comes from fellow Canadian and rising talent CRi‘s recreation of “Too Young” into an atmospheric ambient house anthem.


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Zeds Dead share Delta Heavy’s spin on ‘Lights Out’ to announce ‘Northern Lights’ remix EP

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When Zeds Dead released their first full-length studio album, Northern Lights, last October, they satiated months of fervent anticipation from their dedicated community. In the time since, DC and Hooks have been working with a number of heavily-leaning artists to compile an official EP of Northern Lights remixes, following up March’s “Frontlines” remix package.

The first track off the compilation, which will be released Friday, June 9, via the duo’s Deadbeats imprint, is Delta Heavy‘s formidable rendition of one of the Atlas-assisted “Lights Out.” The track begins on a meaningful and melodic note, progressing to the signature kind of dubstep drop one would expect from Delta Heavy, and eventually becomes layered with subtle DnB elements over the song’s ethereal chorus line.

Stream Delta Heavy’s “Lights Out” remix, premiered via UKF, below:

In addition to the release of the first single, fans can explore the full track list announcement for the Frontlines remix EP and its official album artwork below:

ZD NL Remixes ARtwork

Tracklist:

1. Zeds Dead – Slow Down ft. Jenna Pemkowski (Zeds Dead Remix)

2.Zeds Dead – Lights Out ft. Atlas (Delta Heavy Remix)

3. Zeds Dead x Charlotte OC – Symphony (Bear Grillz Remix)

4. Zeds Dead – Neck and Neck ft. Dragonette (DNMO Remix)

5. Zeds Dead – Too Young ft.Pusha T and Rivers Cuomo (Auralponic Remix)

6. Zeds Dead – This Is Me ft. Lips (Ganja White Night Remix)

7. Zeds Dead – Too Young ft.Pusha T and Rivers Cuomo (CRi Remix)

8. Zeds Dead – DNA ft. Jadakiss and Styles P (UFO Project Remix)

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Your EDM Premiere: Delta Heavy – Kill Room [Ram Records]

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If there’s a singular name synonymous with absolute tear-down dance floor destruction, it’s Delta Heavy. With the enormous success of their album Paradise Lost earlier in the year, I’d imagine it’s quite easy for listeners to assume it just couldn’t get much better than that. WRONG. The release I’m about to share with you is real proof that the team has no holds barred. More recently, as well, would be the epic drum and bass rework of “White Flag VIP” that has done absolute damage in the summer festival track. Without further adieu, Your EDM is proud to premiere “Kill Room”!

The track begins with a classic Delta Heavy signature introduction. With a short inception that hooks their listeners like a prize catch, soon after are thrown back into the bass-filled abyss with an enthralling reece bass breakdown. Soon after, the drop catapults through like an atomic bomb gifted with that signature Delta Heavy bass line groove. Bliss. 

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Source: Your EDM Premiere: Delta Heavy – Kill Room [Ram Records]