Scrufizzer Flips Vato Gonzalez “Bassline Riddim” Delivering MC Focused “Bump & Grind”

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Something about European/British accent rapping gets me fired up. Vato Gonzalez dropped “Baseline Riddim” back in April of 2017. If you have not heard it, it comes highly recommended from DJ’s across the globe. The track took over festival and club stages all summer and through the new year. The original was released on the

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MOGUAI & Zonderling – Lee

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MOGUAI has teamed up with Dutch house duo Zonderling for a new release, “Lee,” out now on Heldeep Records. The German producer is no newcomer, with a career that spans over two decades and collaborations with the likes of Tiesto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Kaskade among many others.

The track’s commanding house drop is merged with a groovy vibe and a catchy melody — the result a perfect dancefloor house track.

“Lee” is MOGUAI’s first release on the Heldeep imprint, and it certainly does not disappoint.

Heldeep and Monstercat Will Battle It Out During Miami Music Week

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As we anticipate Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week, more and more events are beginning to spread onto our radars. Just recently, Oliver Helden’s Heldeep and Mike Darlington’s Monstercat announced their presence for the 2018 Miami Music Week at Soho Studios on March 21. The event was announced between a series of tweets between

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Tomorrowland announces stage hosts for 2018

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Tomorrowland’s gargantuan status as one of the globe’s most storied electronic music festivals continues to grow. The Belgian festival has officially announced its stage hosts for 2018 and the list is… extensive.

Featuring showcases like as Charlotte De Witte‘s KNTXT techno concept, Carl Cox‘s Cocoon, Damian Lazarus‘ Crosstown Rebels, Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg‘s Drumcode, Monstercat, Musical Freedom by Tiësto, Jamie Jones‘ Paradise showcase and a curated Pryda stage, the festival will play host to their most diverse range of curatorial leaders to date.

Tomorrowland continues to prove its ability to innovate through a commitment to offering up a unique programming experience and wildly expansive creative production.

Full List of Tomorrowland 2018 stage hosts:


All Day I Dream

Age of Love




A State of Trance


Barong Family





Coone & The Gang

Crosstown Rebels presents Get Lost

Crystal Events

Dave Clarke & Fuse present






Future Sound of Egypt


High On House


I Love The 90’s






Live Stage

Lost Frequencies & Friends




Musical Freedom by Tiësto

My House

Nervo Nation

Nico Morano & Friends



Pussy Lounge




Radio Ultra Modern


Robin Schulz & Friends

VII (Seven)

Smash the House


Sexy By Nature



Star Warz


Trance Classics

Trance Energy


The Masquerade by Claptone


V Sessions

We Play House


Woody Weekend


Heldeep and Monstercat to battle it out during Miami Music Week [Watch]

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Miami Music Week is known for its overwhelming amount of heavy-hitting industry events culminating in Ultra Music Festival for the electronic music scene. Heldeep and Monstercat have announced their presence for the 2018 iteration of the music week in the form of Heldeep vs. Monstercat at Soho Studios on March 21. The event was announced after a series of angsty tweets between Heldeep founder Oliver Heldens and Monstercat founder Mike Darlington.

The imprints have announced a head-to-head event with some of their best artists “battling it out” for the crowds. Artist announcements are to follow, and fans wanting to watch this stacked battle royale can buy their tickets here.


HI-LO and Dada Life team up for an entrancing collaboration, ‘Love Vibrations’

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“Love Vibrations,” an enrapturing collaboration by none other than house music’s heavy hitters Oliver Heldens, under the alias of HI-LO, and the enthralling duo, Dada Life, is out now on Heldeep Records.

Undoubtedly, when it comes to these artists, unpredictability dominates the production. Their mastery of deep house vibes contrasts with higher hitting synths makes for an irresistible combination of intense energy and melodic undertones.

“Love Vibrations” features unbridled, oscillating synths complimented by pulsating waves of dark bass progressions that is all tied together by intriguing vocal samples. HI-LO and Dada Life make for an incredible team, with each musician flaunting a different aspect of their artistry by contributing unmatched stylistic details. Although Dada Life has taken a hiatus from producing, their latest work will have listeners up and ready to go for what’s in store from the banana-tastic, champagne showering, beloved duo.

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Oliver Heldens as HI-LO teams up with Alok for new single, ‘Alien Technology’

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Earlier this summer, Oliver Heldens revealed that he had been producing under the alias HI-LO after releasing his first single on Mad Decent called “Crank it Up.”

Since then, Heldens has launched a new record label called Heldeep, which is home to his newest single as HI-LO with Alok titled “Alien Technology.” The track has a Latin flair as it opens with guitar and Spanish vocals that lead into a fast-paced psy drop. Brazilian producer Alok has taken the dance scene by storm having ascended into mainstage time slots and touring the world over the past year. The duo are a formidable force with this upbeat yet dark single.

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Mercer – Qazar (Original Mix)

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French producer Mercer is known for his uncompromising, grooving house tracks that have swept up fans in droves. From his earliest releases on Spinnin’ Records to his recent endeavors on Tchami’s label Confession, Mercer’s no-holds-barred style has led to the producer’s swift rise in the electronic sphere.

However, Mercer seems to be exploring new sounds with his latest single, “Qazar.” The future house track is instantly more tame than his previous, in-your-face releases. Interestingly, certain electro house elements — remnants of his earlier releases — also shine through, giving this hybrid track a multi-genre appeal.

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HELDEEP Vibes EP Part 1 Beautifully Showcases One of House’s Best Labels

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We are super excited to finally hear the beauty of the first installment of the HELDEEP Vibes EP. The EP consists of 4 tracks featuring some of the label’s most talented artists. All we have to say it wow. The HELDEEP Vibes EP Part 1 is an aural case study of one of house’s most

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Oliver Heldens gets Heldeep with latest single ‘Flamingo’

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Oliver Heldens continues his quest for deep house dance floor domination with a preview of his latest single “Flamingo.” Heldens posted a long preview of the track via his own Heldeep Records. “Flamingo” channels the deep house bent of his underground alter ego HILO with an undulating beat and clean tribal percussive elements. The track’s bright, reverberant organ melody keeps it all in line with Heldens’ signature future house sound. Though it won’t see an official release until August 29, the track has already received support from the likes of Tchami and Kaskade.

The shuffle king has also unveiled a new dance move along with the preview. The accompanying dance seems to be a spin on The Bangles’ classic ‘Walk Like An Egyptian” with an ornithological bounce. The video shows Heldens channeling his inner dorky Dad and flamingo dancing around the Tomorrowland stage. The producer also encourages fans to use the #FLAMINGODANCE tag their most creative efforts on social media.

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