Craig Williams releases groovy EP on Insomniac Records

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For the past 11 years, Austalian-born Craig Williams has been building his production skills. Before making music professionally, Williams was a helicopter pilot in the Australian Army. After tours in Pakistan and East Timor, he made the move to Los Angeles, where he enrolled in the SAE Institute and earned his degree in audio engineering. Since then, he has focused on fine-tuning his underground style, which is showcased in his latest releases.

On Sept. 7, his two-track EP came out on Insomniac Records. The duo of songs, “Give It A Minute” and “Everybody,” features captivating vocals and enticing beats with an edgy, underground feel. With a groovy vibe guaranteed to move the feet of both house and techno lovers, Williams highlights his diverse production skills in this short collection of tunes. Both tracks are impressive additions to Williams’ dynamic discography.

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Listen To The Massive 40 Track Album From Insomniac For EDC Las Vegas 2017

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Insomniac knows you are excited about EDC Las Vegas. Hell, we know that you are excited for EDC Las Vegas 2017. I mean if you aren’t then you should see a doctor because something is wrong with your emotional response. In order to further hype up attendees Insomniac has debuted it’s annual EDC compilation album,

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Premiere: Tommy Trash celebrates EDC with gritty new original, ‘Hi Sound Lo Sound’

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Summer festival season is arriving, and with it comes various compilations from record labels offering sounds that they feel embodies this time the most. Insomniac Records is naturally timing the release of their 40-tracker to EDC Las Vegas, covering virtually every corner of the dance spectrum in anticipation of the mayhem that will soon take over the Speedway.

Tommy Trash adds a brand new composition to the list with “Hi Sound Lo Sound” – a brief, yet gritty original built to work the dance-floor. The Australian hitmaker packs a good deal of futuristic synth work in with sparse piano stabs and tough segments of breaks into just under three minutes, working the bass house angle into the mix for an easily adaptable piece. “Hi Sound Lo Sound” showcases Tommy’s aptitude in mixing together elements from different genres to create catchy music, speaking to the fact he’s been highly visible within the dance music realm for the latter half of the decade.

The EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation will be released Friday, June 9. 

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Julian Jeweil – Myli (Original Mix)

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“Soft” is not a word that exists in Julian Jeweil’s musical vocabulary. Known for his dark, pounding take on techno, the French wizard has signed his latest destroyer, “Myli,” onto Insomniac Records in celebration of this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). Solid kicks oozing with heavy reverb greet the ears, giving way to even more percussion and simplistic, yet tense synth melodies that magnify the track’s intensity. “Myli” is best wielded during peaktime sets in the darkest of venues, where it will easily level the dance floor.

Julian Jeweil will be playing during the ENTER. presents EXPERIENCES. showcase this year at ADE on October 21. Demand for his live presence only continues to grow as he releases consistent records with the kind of pungent sounds that make them easily recognizable and memorable.

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