REZZ blends melody and malice in her remix of No Mana and Zashanell’s ‘Clear’

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It’s solidly evident that REZZ has been perpetually at work for the duration of her young, yet illustrious career. However, while Isabelle Rezazadeh began her year on a prolific note, her studio output has slowed down over the course of her spring tour. Three months after the release of her last song, “Silent Hill,” REZZ has returned to the airwaves with a remix of “Clear,” by her mau5trap compatriots No Mana and Zashanell.

For her revision, Rezazadeh opts to invert the mesmerizing, gradually progressive nature of the original track’s production through an infusion of her razor-edged synthesis and cyclic percussion; however, she doesn’t eliminate the track’s mellifluous essence. Rather, she combines the two seemingly diametric musical forces into an unpredictably complementary whole. In some areas, REZZ’s remix recalls the essence of Bassnectar’s more melodic work, but with an industrial twist – a style which she’s explored in the past with her Something Wrong Here EP.

Though some may mistakenly believe that REZZ a stranger to softer sonic elements, her latest release is a compelling reminder of her rare knack to blend the beautiful and the bellicose with remarkable seamlessness.

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Rezz Gives No Mana’s ‘Clear’ A Dark, Twisted and Gorgeous Remix

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Woah woah woah Rezz just gifted us with one hell of a remix this wonderful Friday. She has taken on her label mate, No Mana’s fantastic track, ‘Clear’ and instilled her entire ethos within. Rezz’s take on the track is dark, twisted, complex and just absolutely gorgeous. The down tempo remix is filled with dark

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Feed Me debuts ‘Existential Crisis’ on mau5trap

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After months of hype, London-based producer Jon Gooch, better known as Feed Me, has released his latest EP on mau5trap. Existential Crisis marks the producer’s on mau5trap since 2013, and the wait was worth it.

Feed Me has been busy in 2017, appearing on tour with deadmau5 this spring while finishing up the new EP. The Canadian producer even premiered the EP’s title track on his BBC Radio 1 residency earlier this month.

Existential Crisis is an otherworldly experience, highlighted by flaring electro house melodies and heavy-hitting bass. The collection is a masterpiece and is incredible to listen to from start to finish — not unexpected, given the level of respect Feed Me has garnered within the electronic community. It flows seamlessly through different facets of Feed Me’s talents, from electro to dubstep and everything in between.

The producer says Existential Crisis represents combining techniques and equipment, and bridges a transitional period in his life:

[The EP] encompasses five pieces of music and artwork. In coming back to mau5trap to release, time feels like a flat circle in a positive way, and it’s exciting to work again with such a unique label that stands for individualism. It’s music to dance and forget about things for a short time while the world burns around us. It served as a precursor to touring with Joel on the lotsofshowsinarow tour, where I extended how I perform live and got constantly inspired by new music, new technology and new artistic opportunity. I find it important to constantly deconstruct, re-evaluate or reinvent myself or my surroundings, so with this EP and tour complete I take lessons and begin the next crisis.

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Feed Me – They Say Ft. Kill The Noise & Anjulie [Exclusive Stream]

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Feed Me and Kill The Noise have a long history of collaboration. Whether it’s a one off track or an appearance on the latter’s debut LP, when these two producers come together it is almost guaranteed that result will be a stunner.

Ahead of Feed Me’s new EP coming out on mau5trap is their latest, dubbed “They Say,” featuring the vocal talents of Anjulie. A modest edit of Anjulie’s voice plays the track in over a smoothed out pad that slowly brightens up as the production builds to the drop. A rolling bass provides drives the drop as a thudding 4-on-the-floor beat thumps the track forward. A brief interlude ratchets the tension up, leading to an ominous and even more menacing second drop. It creates an undeniable groove that will certainly lead to packed dance floors when Feed Me’s newest release, Existential Crisis, drops.

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Feed Me Shares ‘Existential Crisis’ Single Before Releasing EP This Friday

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Before Feed Me releases the forthcoming Existential Crisis EP on Friday, May 19th, Feed Me has shared the first track off his his new album “Existential Crisis” today via SoundCloud. The five-track EP will be Jon Gooch’s first release on deadmau5’s mau5trap record label since 2013. With only two days until Feed Me’s return, the

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Feed Me shares ‘Existential Crisis’ ahead of eponymous EP

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On Friday, May 19, Feed Me will return to mau5trap with his forthcoming Existential Crisis EP. The five-track output will mark Jon Gooch’s first release on deadmau5’s imprint since 2013 (with the exception of his “Strobe” remix for the label’s 100th release compilation last year). Fittingly, Joel Zimmerman premiered the EP’s titular track on the May broadcast of his BBC Radio 1 Residency.

With two days remaining until Feed Me’s great return, the producer has elected to share the titular track of Existential Crisis in full. Driven by the formidable bass patterns and intricate synth melodies which defined Gooch’s signature sound in his early days on mau5trap, it seems that “Existential Crisis” is anything but its name. Rather, with his newest original, Feed Me revisits his nascent identity with the years of production prowess he has since accrued.

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Meet illuciid, The Newest Artist With The Mau5trap Cosign

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In the past week illuciid has: released his first EP, mau5trap reposted his song, and he started his second semester as a college freshman. Quite the whirlwind of a week for this young producer who has less than 5 tracks out and already has the mau5trap cosign. His track ‘Summit’ is currently sitting at #2

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Reddit’s /r/ElectronicMusic Finally Releases Best Of 2016 Poll Results

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Like many others did, Reddit’s /r/electronicmusic community held a year-end poll in 2016 to determine who had the best album, who was the best artist, and more. Though we’re already 20 days into the new year, the results were just released and the results are pretty close to what you’d expect.

Remix of the Year went to What So Not’s inimitable remix of “Innerbloom” by RUFUS.

Best EP, Best Album Artwork and Best Artist all went to Flume. However, biggest letdown was Disclosure’s remix of “Never Be Like You.” (We agree.)

‘Breakout’ Artist of the Year deservedly went to Illenium, while Best DJ Mix or Live Set went to Porter Robinson & Madeon for their incredible Shelter Tour. “Shelter” also won for best single.

Label of the Year surprisingly went to Mau5trap, though Monstercat and OWSLA were both right on its tail.

Best AMA on the subreddit went to Dillon Francis + NGHTMRE – no surprise there.

 

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Deadmau5 Just Announced A ‘New’ Album Releasing In February

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Deadmau5′ latest LP, W:/2016ALBUM/, is hardly a month old, and the mau5trap don has already announced his next release. It’s been a minute since deadmau5 first hinted at stuff i used to do. but now it’s official, the album will be releasing in February 2017.

While it’s not technically a “new” album, the collection will feature a slew of remastered tracks dating from 1997 to 2007, which promises a stark contrast to the deadmau5 we know today. For fans who want a broader look at Zimmerman’s early creations apart from Get Scraped and Vexilologystuff i used to dowill be a welcome treat.

 

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