Sean Turk continues to build his pristine catalogue of first-class remixes with the release of his latest rendition of Two Friends track “Out Of Love.” The song is a release on Spinnin’ Records, the label backing major players like Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens. Turk’s remix is reminiscent of unobtrusive, ambient melodies that create the most easy-listening songs. Pulsating chords layered over tropical synths with a hint of smooth guitar riffs gives the track an illustrious redesign. Coining his signature “bedroom bass” sound, Sean Turk is working his way up the ranks of emerging producers and DJs and is a definitely a talent worth keeping on your radar as he continues to fine-tune his output.
The Australian-born, Los Angeles-based producer has had a wild past year and was nominated for Best Remixer in 2017 with Kaskade for their remix of RY X‘s “Only.” The mysterious producer says he comes from “a place exceeding perception of the physical realm, a place that connects an entirely existential level through music,” according to his Facebook page.
However unidentifiable he may be, Lipless’ skills are clearly visible. This year so far, his releases include the Maroon 5 remix and collaborations with vocalists Georgi Kay and Gabrielle Current. Though aspects of his style are distinguishable in each track, what sticks out more is Lipless’ versatility as a producer. “Where Do We Go” is a bouncier, groovier take on his smooth production, whereas “Sticks & Stones” has a more mellow, chilled-out vibe.
“Brilliance” fits somewhere in the middle of the two. The new track has a catchy bassline and summery guitar riff, making gearing up perfectly for the holiday weekend.
Moscow duo VOLAC are two of the house scene’s most well-versed talents in concocting heavy, bass-throbbing cuts. Between collaborating with Destructo to releasing on major house labels like Tchami’s Confession and CUFF, the Russian pair are certainly carving their space in the darker depths of house spectrum.
For their debut on The Radar, VOLAC craft a mix heavy on the bass scrapes, thrashing basslines, and haunting synth stabs. Featuring selections from GotSome & Jaded, Vanilla Ace, Maximono, and more, this mix is aggressive for the more commercial-leaning house fans but the listeners of heavier four-on-the-floor will certainly find the mix eclectic and tasteful.
House of Yes, Brooklyn’s favorite theater and performance art space are proud to present the launch of their Summer of Love outdoor event series kicking things off this Memorial Day on Monday, May 29 from 12pm-9pm with a FREE ENTRY outdoor day party and pig roast. Last year they sold out their 2016 Memorial Day
Did that remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE” that Skrillex dropped in the desert a few weeks ago really get you going? The official version, if we ever get to hear it, already boasts the potential to break the internet, and luckily, there’s plenty more where that came from. In fact, along with that new Kung Fu Kenny flip, now you can relive Skrillex’s entire two-hour set from this year’s FORM. Stationed at the Canyon Stage, illuminating a massive circular clearing at the bottom of a gulch, the OWSLA head honcho played well into the early hours of Sunday morning, weaving together a one-of-a-kind set stitched together with a heavy rap-leaning tracklist and a grip of snarling special edits.
Without even mentioning the electronic artists Skrillex has stocking his personal crate, Skrillex packs cuts from Future, Chance The Rapper, Rick Ross, Rihanna, Drake and yes, even Daddy Yankee, into two hours of blistering bass, hyped house, and hip-hop. Call it bold, but going from Whitney Houston’s iconic belt straight into a Soulja Boy queue takes real stones. Somehow it all lands together as your quintessential Skrillex set, though it maintains its uniquely-tailored format, different from Sonny’s typical festival fare.
Somewhere between a massive house party set and a full-blown festival performance, watch Skrillex chop it up with his favorite records out in the beneath Arcosanti in the middle of the Arizona desert.
When it comes to making music, Jonney Ford, also known as JOYRYDE, goes against the grain, pushing the envelope with production techniques while keeping things fresh, striving to be different and at the same time staying true to his artistry. He is influenced by Jauz and Ghastly alike and has described his sound as simultaneously old and new school, bringing some of his own UK garage scene influence to the table with every track.
Joyryde delivers a thirty minute playlist in anticipation for EDC Las Vegas which is now less than a month away. In the mix, he features a variety of styles including tracks from Dr Fresch, Destructo, Migos, Herobust, and Malaa to name a few. The mix is full of surprises and will most definitely be a wonderful addition to pre-games, parties, and of course, car rides, for Joyryde’s namesake.
Moby’s music has inspired a vast influx of re-interpretations as of late in honor of his 13th album’s release. Adding themselves to the fray are seasoned collaborators Timo Maas and James Teej, who’ve put forth a deep, grooving “Broken China Dub” of “Porcelain.”
Both talents have worked frequently together in the past, and their chemistry is highly audible within their vision of “Porcelain.” Ensuring the original’s aesthetic is kept in place, Maas and Teej season its signature piano chords and dissonant synths with a throbbing bass-line and eclectic percussion. These subtle, yet crucial elements make “Porcelain” adaptable to the after hours dance-floor, hypnotizing listeners as it gently rolls along its course.
Timo & James’ rendition of “Porcelain” was initially shared as part of Rocket & Ponies’ celebration of Vinyl day. The piece reaches digital shelves come May 24.
Southern California’s fastest growing party crew, Desert Hearts, had a monumental weekend at Coachella as they took to the Do LaB stage for a 4-hour takeover of their distinct House and Techno sound. Today, the leader of the grassroots festival squad turned international DJ Mikey Lion, has released a one-hour recording of his club-driven set
Bart B More & Chocolate Puma have teamed up to create a super catchy feelgood single titled ‘Rising Up’ accompanied by a brand new music video that will make you ‘feel like new.’ ‘Rising Up’ features upbeat piano chords and an inspired singalong chorus that has already scored massive support from various DJs. It’s a
The Bay area producer turned overnight viral sensation back in 2014, SAM F, is out with his latest single, and it’s not to be taken lightly. “Zone” is a Trap track with some serious vocal power from JVZEL layered over top. With lyrics like “I don’t need your love. I ain’t trippin’ off you. So, baby,