SZA – The Weekend (Calvin Harris’ Funk Wav Remix)

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Calvin Harris’ funk train continues to steam full speed ahead, bringing SZA on board for a Funk Wav remix of “The Weekend,” a track off of the singer’s debut studio album, Ctrl. An extension of the groove that Harris proffered on recent release, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. I, Harris’ take maintains SZA’s viscous vocals, supplementing SZA’s ballad-style vocal approach with a series of tasteful piano notes that contribute to the re-imagination’s classification as a house funk number. Harris’ revamp shimmers with ‘70s inspired tones, rendering the remix a welcome sonic blast from the past.

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A Year In Review: The Best House Music of 2017

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Well it’s almost the end of 2017 and it’s time for us all to reflect back on the year that was. With SOOO much new music that it’s easy to forgot a track or completely miss one all together, i’m trying to compile what I though was the best of 2017. There were a ton

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Don Diablo releases hotly-awaited ‘You Can’t Change Me’

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Don Diablo has released his latest future house single, “You Can’t Change Me,” via his own Hexagon label. The song has been excitedly awaited by Diablo’s fans since he mixed it into his Tomorrowland set this year and then proceeded to upload a teaser clip to Soundcloud. The release follows the Dutch artist’s explosive collaboration with Arizona, “Take Her Place,” which has racked up over 10 million streams on Spotify in less than two months.

In Diablo’s usual forward-thinking fashion, “You Can’t Change Me’s” meticulous composition is buoyant and upbeat without sounding painfully commercial. Its title and lyrics are reminiscent of their producer himself, as Diablo is known for his incessant innovation and tenacious resolve, earning him Beatport‘s #1 Future House Artist of 2016, as well as this year’s top spot on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJs.

 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Guettapen

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Adrien Rux & Friends Set You Free With New Single

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Spanish producers Adrien Rux & Bedmar have joined forces with David Tuck and Kuaigon to create a huge progressive anthem, ‘Set Me Free’. Released via Steve Angello’s renowned SIZE Records label, ‘Set Me Free’ is a deep and rumbling progressive house production. The tune utilises an atmospheric build and emotional vocals to create a thumping

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Tritonal Is Shinin’ Bright With Latest Progressive House Release

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To close out a year full of sold out shows, festival main stage performances and bold new sounds and styles, Tritonal have one more release to debut: “Shinin Bright” out now on Spinnin’ Records. The infectious progressive house tune is the ultimate feel good song and contains Tritonal’s signature upbeat energy. The track also mixes

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Destructo joins forces with Yo Gotti on new club burner ‘Loaded’

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Destructo has a long and fruitful history of collaborating with rappers for hip-hop and G-house hybrid club cuts that always seem to turn dance floors into saunas. From Ty Dolla $ign to Pusha T, Destructo has undoubtedly earned his street cred, and the latest collaborator to join those ranks is Memphis-bred rap veteran Yo Gotti on “Loaded.” Gotti rides a classic Destructo house beat, spitting bars over thumping bass plucks and crisp claps, falling right in line with Destructo’s groovy, sinister club fare.

The track was first premiered over the summer, during Gary Richards’ star-studded final set at HARD Summer. Yo Gotti joined Richards on stage in front of a swarming crowd to debut the new collaboration, and now the track is finally seeing the light of day, coinciding with the swelling popularity of Gotti’s Nicki Minaj-assisted “Rake It Up”

With the radio cut currently charting, Yo Gotti does drops one off for the underground with Destructo on “Loaded.”

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Matt Nash – Let You Go feat. Georgi Kay

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Matt Nash is back with new music, this time in the form of “Let you Go,” featuring Georgi Kay. The house extraordinaire has been previewing the track for a few weeks, and it is finally out now on Lowly Place.

“Let You Go” opens with blaring trumpets that leads into an upbeat house drop with tropical accents. The producer commented on how the track came together.

I’ve been a huge fan of Georgi Kay since she I heard her vocals on Ivan Gough and Feenixpawl’s ‘In My Mind’. ‘Let You Go’ came together from a demo I sent her earlier this year, and after a few months of it going back and forth we were both happy with it. I really wanted to make something that could work in my sets, but still be a track you’d listen to anywhere.

Nash and Kay have come together to create a perfect, and sentimental track for the dance floor.

 

 

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Destructo Drops Heater Featuring Yo Gotti

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Los-Angeles producer Destructo just dropped his newest single, “Loaded” featuring rapper Yo Gotti. The track is infectious, showcasing Destructo’s ability to perfectly marry electro with hip-hop. This isn’t the first time the two have worked collaborated. Gotti landed a feature on Destructo’s most recent EP, ‘Renegade.’ The rapper even jumped on stage during Destructo’s HARD summer

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Matchy & Bott inject mystic, slow-burning beauty into re:deep’s ‘One’

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Germany’s re:deep creates “soulful-vocal-house.”

Through a most aptly-withheld moniker, re:deep burrows into the underground melodic house ecosystem. Comprised of DJ and producer Michael Schreiber, Patrick Lins, and singer-songwriter Claudia Fink, the group is becoming increasingly celebrated for their organic amalgamations of melodic house and ethereal electronica. One might say re:deep’s the embodiment of “going against the grain,” as they’re astonishingly distinct. They also branch out without using a single outside artist sample.

The mantra “quality music with depth and soul” is in the very fiber of their beings. re:deep’s most popular tune, “Walked-On Wood,” after all, is even vocally reminiscent of early Radiohead.

In 2013, re:deep dug deeper than ever before, when Schreiber created his Vordergrundmusik label in an effort to achieve audio-autonomy. Presently, he’s doing just that, as re:deep’s preparing to release a new album In Between. Before the new release, re:deep’s dropped off a remix EP for their track “One,” featuring Oh Sleep. The “One” remix EP exemplifies a singular beauty from its selected artists, in the same vein of how re:deep too creates. The group’s stamp of approval on the newly-minted reworks is a heightened display of their acute awareness of what makes a track recognizable in the first place.

The most notable rework of the track comes from the rising house duo Matchy & Bott, which consists of Björn Martin Bley and Yannik Bott. Although the two just recently started producing together, the producers both already have experience in the music scene spanning over the last eight years.

Matty & Bott’s near eight-minute rework of “One” is an aptly singular venture. It capitalizes on divine elements of euphoria in its emotive string orchestrations and progresses in a slow-burning, tribal house fashion that’s sure to be the one for quite a few after hours or sunrise/sunset sets.

 

 

re:deep’s One EP will drop on December 15 via Vodergrundmusik.

Photo Credit: @Matchy&Bott/Facebook

 

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Dr. Fresch teams up with NuKid for intoxicating new track ‘151’ [FREE DOWNLOAD]

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Dr. Fresch has prescribed a potent new g-house track. The LA-based producer, Tony Fresch, has consulted with NuKid on the intoxicating prescription, and it’s an undiluted dosage of bass — to say the least.

Speaking about the new track, Fresch said, “when NuKid and I decided to collaborate we wanted to create something that represented the cutting edge of g-house. We brought together a project that is a perfect mesh between contemporary bass house and west coast hip-hop. We’ve been rinsing this out for awhile now and hope our fans dig this one!”

While Dr. Fresch’s reputation has risen steadily over last year,  2018 seems as if it will be a fruitful year for his practice; one in which he’ll be admitting feverish basslines and seeing out a number of sick ghetto house cases alike.

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