Ronzel & Sacred Science Collaborate On Huge Hegemon Release

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The rise of Future Bass has been steady and strong, leading to an influx of producers trying to put their two cents into the pool of poppy dance tracks. This saturation causes producers to step out of their comfort zones and really stretch their minds to find was to incorporate their sound into a dominated

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San Holo releases paranormal music video for ‘Light’ (watch)

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Dutch DJ and producer San Holo released “Light” in July 2016, a bruising future bass masterpiece featuring glowing, explosive synths, a playful melody, and soothing, uplifting vocals. Now, San Holo has followed up and dropped an official music video for the track, which stars two rather odd young adults who are living together in isolation.

The music video shows clips of the two who seem to possess supernatural powers levitating in mid-air, running from police during the night, and climbing the sides of buildings. The paranormal video is fitting for the futuristic-sounding song, as the two try to overcome their weakness of burning when coming in contact with light. San Holo’s music video for “Light” will have you captivated through intriguing imagery and otherworldly themes.

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Pluto Unleashes Unique Single With MAX Via PRMD Music

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As one of the fastest growing artist in the game right now, Pluto is a name you should begin to familiarize yourself with. Having hit the number #1 position on HypeM four separate times and over 30 million plays across popular streaming platforms Pluto is seriously on fire right now releasing hit after hit. To

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Ferry Corsten’s ‘Blueprint’ is innovative, gripping and a true game changer [Album Review]

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Ferry Corsten is undoubtedly one of the most prominent, catalyzing forces behind the trance genre. The veteran Dutch producer seems to have been around forever, with an illustrious career spanning almost three decades – a tenure which can feel like three lifetimes in dance music years. Over time, Corsten’s evolution as a producer has been evident and fluid, with each passing album serving as a landmark in his journey. However his latest LP, Blueprint, is perhaps his most ambitious undertaking to date, as it aims to transcend the barriers of traditional trance confines and deliver a more wholesome, well-rounded package to fans.

Beyond the concept and execution, what elevates Blueprint even further is the way in which the record serves as a portal into the seasoned producer’s psyche; a true labor of love that showcases his willingness to constantly innovate despite having no compulsion to consciously push himself to such lengths.

What instantly distinguishes Corsten’s latest LP is the album’s astute usage of voiceover intros/outros for most of the tracks. Not only does this serve as a major differentiating factor with concrete marketability, but also gives the album a definite story line, making the process of listening to Blueprint a significantly more immersive and enjoyable experience.

Another highlight within the album’s complexion is the theme chosen by Corsten. A sci-fi setting for the collection’s narrative allows the author to tether humanity’s collective fascination with the final frontier to get his subliminal message across in a sophisticated, and inventive manner.

In examining the actual music, an intriguing aspect of Blueprint is how each song is anchored to a mood. A feeling is cemented within the listener by use of expertly constructed audio dialogue, courtesy of acclaimed screenwriter David H Miller. The album’s introductory track, “Reception” is the perfect illustration of this. The mysterious cinematic music is capably matched by an equally enigmatic monologue, immediately invoking a motif of suspense.  This concept is a bit of a masterstroke in itself, sparking the listener’s imagination and curiosity and thus ensuring audience engagement as the album progresses.

Corsten has paid evidently close attention to nailing the album’s other-worldly sound design, perhaps best exemplified in the album’s titular track “Blueprint.” The meticulousness weaved into the drums and chord progressions is immediately apparent, making the tun supremely enjoyable and easily one of the record’s strongest offerings. Another high point across the 17-track collection is “Vee’s Theme.” Its uplifting undertones are capable of raising the energy levels of any dance floor; a sonic characteristic mirrored by “Trust” as well.

Blueprint also features its fair share of powerful, driving, instant-classics inspired by old-school sounds. A quintessential trance cut, “Wherever You Are” falls into this category, featuring a heavy bass line and  quintessentially Trance, high-pitched synths, perfectly suited for large, open venues due to its infectious energy and atmospheric bass. But the most energetic track on the album is “Drum’s A Weapon,” a hard-hitting tech-trance beast with a dark, warbling bass line, vigorous 138 bpm beats and unmistakably evil synths; a throwback to a forgotten time where such music was the norm in Trance festivals worldwide.

While majority of the tracks are Trance, Ferry Corsten has strategically placed a few tasteful future bass tracks in the mix as well namely, “Here We Are,” “Piece Of You,” and “Reanimate.” Intriguingly, Blueprint also features a progressive house single, “World Beyond,” that clearly takes a leaf out of the legendary Deadmau5’s production book in both its configuration and sound design, delivering nine minutes of pure tranquility.

After listening to Blueprint, it’s apparent that the LP has a rather beautiful split personality- on one hand it can be viewed as a perfectly well produced album with serene music and well thought out, interactive dialogue and lyrics. On the other, it is a message that highlights and attempts to solve the glaring problems faced by humanity. Ferry Corsten has managed to communicate ideals of tolerance, love and peace – ergonomically packaged in the form a serene love story between Lucas and Vee.


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Pacific Patterns Releases Stellar New EP “Purple Garden”

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To this day music plays an intricate roll in our daily lives, history, and society as a whole. It is a blend of resonate frequencies that can describe feelings words simply cannot. Becoming a professional in music in this day and age takes time, practice, patience, understanding, and a burning desire to express the human

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Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan release highly anticipated ‘There For You’ [Video]

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From Ultra Music Festival to Coachella, Martin Garrix has been teasing fans with his latest collaboration with Troye Sivan, “There For You.” The two have released the track with an official music video that features charming shots of Garrix and Sivan performing at shows and walking through scenic locations.

“There For You” deviates from Martin Garrix’s traditional big room style, and instead shows off a brilliant future bass melody consisting of a relaxed, yet moving bass line, uplifting lyrics, gentle electric guitar riffs, and of course, Troye Sivan’s enthralling voice. With a different sound than the typical, Garrix continues to surprise us with his artistry.

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Vincent Flips Mura Masa’s “Hell” Into a Stunning Trap Hit

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Versatile producer Vincent has made a few good impressions over the past few years. While his original tracks are thoughtful and well produced on their own, his popularity is bolstered by high energy remixes of Allison Wonderland and The Chainsmokers. Recently, he’s taken one of Mura Masa’s tracks from his first mixtape, and turned it into an inspirational

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Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan release new single and music video, ‘There For You’

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Martin Garrix originally premiered his new single, “There For You,” during the second weekend of Coachella. Vocalist Troye Sivan, the Dutch producer’s high-profile collaborator, joined the Garrix live on stage for its live debut – marking one of the weekend’s most publicized moments.

One month – and, seemingly, an eternity of hype – later, the two young artists have released their momentous collaboration in conjunction with its official music video. Marked by the jauntily soothing future bass style which has pervaded Garrix’s recent output, “There For You” is primed to be yet another hit fro the Dutch wunderkind.

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The Kite String Tangle – The Prize (feat. Bridgette Amofah)

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Australia has regularly been a hub for delivering some of future and bass music’s most innovative talents with established names like Flume, Alison Wonderland, and Knife Party all stemming from the country. Leaning more in the indie-alternative end of the dance world, The Kite String Tangle is best known for his vocal appearance on Adventure Club’s “Wonder.”

However, his solo project has been budding since then with left-of-center fans and the Brisbane talent recently announced a forthcoming album, of which he just released the second single, “The Prize.” Accompanied by Bridgette Amofah for a vocal duet, The Kite String Tangle begins the track with a house-based drum pattern before breaking down into a half-time assortment of wavering synths and chaotic yet cheery percussion with a splash of summertime funk.

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Nelly & Kelly Rowland – Dilemma (Antra Remix)

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Last Fall, I was introduced to Antra and his track “Down”. After listening to “Down”, I was greatly impressed. Antra is a Los Angeles producer who specializes in throwback R&B/Hip Hop remixes, and adding samples from similar throwbacks to his tracks. Now he’s back with a remix of one of my favorite Nelly songs, “Dilemma”.

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