Element Releases First Single “Movements” From Forthcoming Second EP

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Following the release of his debut “Uprising” EP, other originals and a couple of remixes, Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Element has began to drop tracks from his forthcoming second EP. The first track from Element’s sophomore EP effort, “Movements,” kicked things off only two weeks ago, but it is about damn time he gets some

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Element releases wavy new single ‘Movements’ ft Sydney Sahr

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Brooklyn-based musician Element continues the creative process with the release of a brand new single “Movements” featuring Sydney Sahr. This will be the first track off his second upcoming EP, which will follow his well-received debut EP Uprising in the summer of 2017.

“Movements” is an electronic melody of captivating piano riffs, wavy synths and smooth vocals from Sydney Sahr. For fans/NYC listeners, Element will be performing at Mercury Lounge on April 28 alongside Opvs and a secret headliner. Grab tickets here.

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 30

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.

Aylen‘s latest remix is a groovy take on Wuki and Wax Motif‘s “Buns.” He uses a deep bassline to cement the mood of the song: dark, but still funky. I haven’t been able to get this one out of my head.

The vocals in this recent Hegemon release hooked me right away. Ivan Reys, T.Wild and Stinie Whizz mesh together for a beautifully catchy, pop-leaning number. A soaring guitar that fades out into a piano melody toward the end wraps up the track in a captivating way.

French producer Dustycloud continues his tour de force with a new single, “Move.” He uses passionate old-school vocals to fortify this track, driving the chorus with a growling bassline. It’s another excellent addition to his growing discography.

Matrix & Futurebound continue to prove their ranking as two of drum & bass’ head honchos with each new release. This BBC Radio 1 premiere of “Mystery Machine” shows the pure energy and controlled chaos behind the UK duo’s music in the best way.

Ever hear a song and get completely mesmerized by the sheer power behind it? Element‘s new song, “Needles,” had me hooked from the first few seconds. The Brooklyn producer builds a foreboding atmosphere in the introduction, leading to a gut-wrenching drop. Gritty bass and a mysterious melody combine impeccably for three minutes the listener won’t soon forget.

NMF Roundup: Headhunterz returns to hardstyle, Marshmello links up with Logic, and Ookay drops off bouncy new single

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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.

Chopped vocal samples and hip hop-inflected rhythmic additions make for an eccentric sound on Hanz‘s “Clutched.”

Progressive mastery is alive and well on “Keep My Light On,” a single that sees DubVision and Raiden team up for a release on Martin Garrix‘s imprint, STMPD Records.

Headhunterz makes his return to hardstyle production via a massive new LP, The Return of Headhunterz.  

Anjunabeats entity, Jason Ross puts forth his first single of 2018, “Through It All,” an uplifting number that harmoniously balances Fiora‘s soaring vocal with the song’s ascending synths.

Black Tiger Sex Machine make a statement on New Worlds, an album that sees the Canadian trio wield trap, bass, and electro production elements.

Dance music’s saccharine sweetheart Marshmello links up with Logic for “Everyday,” a single that epitomizes the carefree vibe characteristic of Friday.

Gareth Emery and Ashley Wallbridge jointly take on Signum and Scott Mac‘s “Coming on Strong.”

Paris Blohm and Myah Marie prove to be a collaborative dream on “Body High.”

Element constructs the quintessential filthy drop on his hard-hitting new release, “Needles.”

A soothing guitar melody complements Nevve‘s fluid vocal contribution on Boombox Cartel‘s latest, “Whisper.”

Ookay channels the bouncy synth work that has come to be characteristic of a Marshmello production on his whimsical new offering, “Loved or Lost.”

QUIX and JVMIE’s “I’ll Give You The World” is an expert example of lush future bass production.

Reminiscent of Foster the People and Portugal. The Man, the vocals in Lemaitre‘s “Machine” create an indie-infused groove.

Tisoki takes on Oliverse‘s “Leave Them Behind,” flipping the track into a smooth-gliding dubstep rendition.

KDrew and KVNNIBVL bring the weekend vibes with a smattering of falsetto-like vocals and a lighthearted, bobbing beat in “Body of Gold.”

Element – Needles

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This one has a semi creepy vibe to it, but still makes me want to get down. After dropping his debut project, the Uprising EP, to end out 2017 Element is starting off 2018 really strong. First with the recent drop “She Say” and now with this intense new original dark trap boomer, “Needles”. I’ve

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Maroon 5 – What Lovers Do ft. SZA (Element Remix) [Free DL]

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Really into this flip. Element’s first ever remix to hit the internet is an epic and official remix for Maroon 5 and SZA’s record “What Lovers Do” and it is a lot more laid back than some of the artists other releases. While I’m not mad at this remix at all, it initially caught me

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Maroon 5 – What Lovers Do ft SZA (Element Remix)

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Hailing from San Francisco, Chris Cruz, aka Element, has provided listeners with a groovy rework of Maroon 5‘s chart-topping track “What Lovers Do,” featuring SZA. Tech developer-turned producer, the Brooklyn-based DJ has spent the past few years to honing his skills.

As he continues to experiment with different electronic production styles, Element decided to put a chilled-out future-bass vibe on this one. Staying true to the popular vocals of the original, he includes a variation of subtle, echoing drum hits and claps under a harmonizing assortment of bright lead synths, making this derivative perfect for any vibe session.

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Element – Home to Me (ft. Eileen Tiffany)

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One year later, NYC based producer Element and Eileen Tiffany team up yet again for a groovy new collaboration entitled “Home To Me.” The bouncy, future dance hall vibes are just in time for the weekend, and this is the perfect soundtrack for a summer night with someone special. Element continues to impress with his

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