Bassjackers & Breathe Carolina – The Fever

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The Bassjackers have teamed up with Breathe Carolina and APEK to release a hot, synth-infused, and bass heavy track dubbed “The Fever.” 

Kicking off with deep and dark vocals, the tune soon progresses to an extraordinarily energetic buildup that unleashes havoc with melodies, slippery synths, and incredible chord progression. Bassjackers, Breathe Carolina, and APEK take things down a bit after the first chorus to emphasize a filtered pluck that leads us into the next drop. “The Fever” is all about buildups, synths, and festival vibes and is a head rush you’ll actually enjoy. 

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Dr. Shiver releases “Something” on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings

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Bruno Carlo Oggioni, better known as Dr. Shiver, is the newest member of Protocol Recordings with his latest release of “Something,” featuring Kazi.

The Italian producer made his debut in the dance music scene with a remix of Candi Stanton’s 1986 track “You Got The Love.” Prior to kicking off his DJ career, he dabbled in the classical spectrum as a musician, specializing in piano and hammond and working with some of the biggest names in the industry such as Pharrell, BB King, and Little Louie Vega. Now, he’s got the attention of Nicky Romero, one of the biggest names in the game, as his latest track was released off the Dutch DJ’s imprint.

The track definitely gives off some old-school house vibes, with a bassline that consists of piano melodies and electronic key chords under Kazi’s catchy vocals that sound straight out of a blues club. Those melodies and vocals build up into an upbeat, rhythmic drop accompanied by funky guitar riffs.

Dr. Shiver is set to play at ADE in October at the Protocol showcase, so expect to see more out of the up-and-coming producer.

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Nora En Pure Shares Her Deepest Passions and Most Triumphant Moments : Exclusive Interview

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 She’s been crowned as the queen of deep house, but the reonwned producer, Nora En Pure is much more than just a prosperous musician – she’s a blossoming inspiration. Daniela Niederer; currently embraced by her fans and community alike as Nora En Pure, is one of today’s most beloved artists. Her feel-good, soulful anthems cascade

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Alan Walker releases rework of 2015 single, ‘The Spectre’

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Alan Walker has had no shortage of tracks lately, his clean sound alongside a strong vocalist — whether it be in remix or original form — has been his craft for years now.

“The Spectre” is a single rooted in the sound on which Walker built his fan base. If the melody sounds similar, there’s a reason. Walker initially released “Spectre” in January 2015 and has re-released it with a fresh set of vocals for a new sound entirely. The 2017 rework is an energetic electro track that pounds the listener with major chords and overarching lead synths for a classic sound.

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Launchpad: Chill tunes for chill times

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Launchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration here.

Sometimes you just want to relax. Well, search no further for a soundtrack to such a mood, this week’s Launchpad playlist has you covered. Narrowing in on the indie electro and nudisco genres, you’ll find a varied collection of electronic productions under soothing, hypnotic vocals. We know it’s not always easy to relax, but hopefully this playlist will help make that happen.

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NEW ARTIST ALERT! Los Angeles’ BAER (by way of Taiwan) is one you should watch out for. The singer comes through with an incredibly groovy track on “What Does It Matter,” her first release in a year. BAER clearly has a very talented production team working with her, because every element of the song is top notch, from her vocals to the synth-heavy downtempo production.

Reminiscent of other male-female duos like Sofi Tukker or AlunaGeorge, DAVVN (pronounced “Dawn”) sticks with the proven formula of really strong production combined with haunting, siren-like vocals to round things out. The duo has just released their second single to the public, “Hold This Love” and they’re clearly on to something big.

Tracklist

BAER – “What Does It Matter”
DAVVN – “Hold this Love”
Lanna – “Nobody (feat. Jodi Valentin)”
Chester Lockhart – “Kiss”
Ruby Haunt – “Freeway Crush (Nutrition Remix)”
ELKI – “Thunder”
Mic Raygun – “Just Dream”
Ansible – “Color Me Threatened”
Jack Colwell – “Don’t Cry Those Tears (remake) [feat. Fennesz]”
IVOURIES – “Regret It”
Ani Glass – “Geiriau”
Pho Queue – “Downtight”
Betty Moon – “Life Is But A Dream (Birdee Remix)”

 

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Miki Taka Takes You On “Cloud 9” With Her First Original Release

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Los Angeles producer, Miki Taka, has been a familiar name in the scene for some time.  Miki has held nightclub residencies across the globe, and compiled multiple dance-worthy mixes. Recently, she’s taken to the studio with Cabuizee and Noelle Bonus to produce her first original release. “Cloud 9” starts with a friendly Electro build that switches to

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Michael White – Angel’s Anthem (Original Mix)

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Hailing from Spain, Michael White is very quickly climbing the charts within the electronic music industry. He’s recently released his powerful and filthy “Angel’s Anthem.”

Michael White begins “Angel’s Anthem” by slamming the listener with trap samples and deep orchestral elements. The drop is uplifting and completely unexpected, but still has White’s signature filth and grime implemented. The four-on-the-floor rhythm makes “Angel’s Anthem” a club anthem as well.

White began his electronic music production endeavors back in 2011. Since then, he’s released music on a few of the industry’s most prolific electronic labels, including Kinphonic, EDM Planet, NoCopyrightSounds, and Ghosts and Skulls. White has also received support from industry pioneers like Borgore, Cold Bank, Tiësto, Lazy Rich, and many more.

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Disco Fries go back to their roots with new Rita Ora remix

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New York City-based duo Disco Fries has been on a roll this summer, releasing new singles almost every month and collaborating with brilliant vocalists/producers such as Great Good Fine OK and Jared Lee. Their production style has definitely changed over the years, as Nick and Danny have taken their sound in a new direction with a more upbeat electronic, pop-y vibe.

However, they have gone right back to their roots with a remix of Rita Ora‘s hit 2017 single “Your Song.” It has been a while since they’ve released a remix (as they mentioned in their description of the track on SoundCloud) and being that their career kicked off by remixing hit, top 40 music, they definitely put a positive spin on the original. They add chord progressions/piano riffs to the verses to compliment the beauty of Rita Ora’s voice and build it up to the drop in a way that sounds effortless. The drop doesn’t hit too hard, but hits just enough to get the crowd moving, as the high-pitched lead synths and bass guitar combo give the song a funky, house vibe.

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Ed Sheeran’s “…Baby One More Time” Cover Goes Digital With Mark Wolf

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Even if you’re the biggest Britney fan, or apathetic about the 90s pop star, you’ll probably love Ed Sheeran‘s unplugged cover of her classic “Hit Me Baby One More Time”. The rather casual youtube video is a look into Sheeran’s raw talent and versatility as a musician, while jamming out to a crowd favorite. Which, in

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EC Twins Share Their Success Story “From Homeless, To Headliners”

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The EC Twins are making waves in 2017. The Manchester born duo are masterminds of big room house, and are part of the few quietly responsible for the rise of popularity of EDM in America during the early 2010s. They’ve worked with some of the biggest names out there, and have headlined festivals like Tomorrowland and EDC Las Vegas. However,

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