Birthdayy Partyy are hot off their set at Spring Awakening Music Festival. They followed up their EDC Las Vegas debut with the hometown crowd and now they’re celebrating with a new original. Featuring the vocalist Raddix, “Confess” is a bass lover’s dream come true. First the twin brothers turn things up with a high-octane breakbeat
On the heels of Tritonal’s collaboration with Seven lions and Kill The Noise on “Horizon”, Tritonal is back with another massive collaboration. The duo has now teamed up wth APEK, another Enhanced Music artist for their newest track, “Just Like You.” “Just Like You” showcases the fun and energetic style and originality of both Tritional
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1788-L is one mystery producer has managed to climb up our listening radar for the past few months. After first coming on the scene with their stunning take on Virtual Self‘s Particle Arts, 1788-L quickly gained momentum in the electronic scene and followed up with subsequent remixes such as “Sound of Where’d U Go” with Illenium and Said The
If you need your fix of fresh remixes or emerging hip-hop beats then look no further, today we have the premiere of Grey Goon’s remix of “Told You What To Say”. “Told You What To Say” was originally the opening track on Paperhaus’ 2017 album, “Are These The Questions That We Need To Ask?” This remix
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What happens when you pair one of the most prominent sax players in the EDM world with a duo consisting of an amazing vocalist and producer? Party Pupils (aka MAX and RyanEXOE) with the help from Dominic Lalli from Big Gigantic have recently released the cleverly titled track “Sax On The Beach”. This Future Funk
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Dyro has been one of the most exciting producers over the years, moving between dubstep and fierce electro house which channels just as much of that bass heaviness. Now he makes his long-awaited debut for Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS in the form of ‘Bring It Down’. An absolute rocket of a track, it’s characterized by
In a day when memes can become rappers — where the Bhad Bhabies and Big Shaqs of the internet are out here scoring major record deals (honorable mention, Mason Ramsey) — somehow living meme incarnate Oliver Tree is actually flipping the already wild idea on its head. Although signed to a major label himself, he’s warping indie-rap into something completely new, and ultra-contemporary, and considering the rhymer’s hilarious aesthetic, it’s ironically working, really well. Putting on his own blend of tenacious electro-punk/hip-hop, his latest,”Movement,” falls right in line, with a lo-fi gut-punch anchored around Tree’s fearlessly swaggering versework.
The Whethan-produced track lays down a plucking bass line with the beat building into a thundering glitch-hop backdrop on which the Alien Boy wunderkind delivers his latest bars. Proving to be a formidable pairing with Whethan once again following “Enemy,” Oliver Tree adds another rinse-worthy hybrid cut to his arsenal with “Movement.”
It’s not usual for a new, unreleased “never to have shared with the world” artist to have such an extraordinary feature for their debut single. The Rockaway’s though, achieved just that, with their debut single “Like U” featuring the formidable Young Buck. Releasing on the pop leaning “Music Meets Comics’ label Herø Records, the song
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Since the release of her single “Letters” in January 2018, Mazie has been generating buzz among young people in Philadelphia and Baltimore. A fresh new electronic/alternative-pop artist, Mazie, has just released her latest single, “oh my god” off her upcoming EP titled, “omw.” Mazie’s single, “oh my god” is a fresh, pop infused tune filled
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The Austin based multi-genre musician, GunFight, recently blew me away with his “Herculean Waves” EP. As the name would suggest, the producer poured a Herculean effort into this piece, cultivating six solid tracks that span sounds from dubstep, house, pop and punk. Each track offers a delightful new soundscape to explore. With tune’s like “Woe”