Mark Johns links with AObeats for new tune, ‘Like That’

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Mark Johns links with AObeats for new tune, ‘Like That’Mark Johns Press Photo

Mark Johns and AObeats release a fuzzy R&B-inspired track, “Like That.”  The two producer friends bring out the warm feels with casual keys, lazy claps, and graceful vocals, as the new tune flows with Johns’ melodically rhythmic nature.

The two have collaborated before, on the groovy “Peanut Butter” with Robokid earlier this year. Minimalistic in arrangement, the pair’s latest, proves that the two artists don’t need much to produce a high-quality product. AObeats proctors easy-going melodies, walking bass line, spaced out drum sets, and environmental flares as the backdrop to Johns’ contribution. Mark Johns has been a championed up-and-comer on Skrillex‘s OWSLA label, though she’s always kept a close affiliation to Manilla Killa, AOBeats, and Robokid’s Moving Castle imprint.

Paramount Pictures taps Moving Castle to remix the ‘Mission: Impossible’ theme song

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Paramount Pictures taps Moving Castle to remix the ‘Mission: Impossible’ theme songMoving Castle Mission Impossible

In the wake of Mission: Impossible Fallout, the sixth rendition in the series, Moving Castle founders Manila Killa, AOBeats, and Robokid were enlisted by Paramount Pictures to remix the classic theme song. Taking the original melody, the label bosses added trap drums, cinematic ambiance, and glitchy breaks between a gritty sub-bass of the signature MI melody. The percussion heavy remake embodies the slick is a cool, slick, modern vibe — kind of like the never-aging Tom Cruise.

Moving Castle was one remix out of 10 signed by Paramount Pictures on their Spotify remix pack to support the film. Other remixers were Cloudchord, Sweater Beats, and other producers within the film-making industry.

AObeats – Epilogue ft Manilla Killa

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AObeats and Manilla Killa have teamed up once again on “Epilogue,” a new indie-electronic jam that’ll have listeners feeling the vibes. “I’m Ok,” their upbeat 2017 collaboration that features vocals from Shaylen, accrued millions of streams with its innovative, unique sound.

“Epilogue” perfectly blends the two distinct productions styles, and utilizes a looped-vocal sample to align a crazy assortment of melodies that create instant euphoria. The track is included on The Pilot Mixtape, the latest release from AObeats on Moving Castle, and Manilla Killa takes the festival season by storm with performances at Electric Forest, Electric Zoo, and more.

Madnap – Honey ft Sophie Meiers

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With over a dozen top-shelf releases to his credit, Madnap never fails to create incredibly gorgeous, lush productions. His latest EP Seasons is no exception.

Available now on Moving Castle, the EP’s debut single “Honey” is a beautiful, expertly constructed blend of soul and pop that features the vocals of Sophie Meiers. Full of seductive guitar sounds and nuanced percussion that enhances the instrumentation without overwhelming it, “Honey” has an ethereal nature that will leave you speechless.

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Robotaki & Manila Killa Only One Week Out from “I Want You” Tour

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Following their collaboration “I Want You” on Moving Castle, Robotaki and Manila Killa will also be hitting the road one week from now for the single’s accompanying tour. The two artists will begin the tour with two New York stops, the first in Binghamton (9/6) and the second in Brooklyn (9/9), before adventuring close to

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AObeats (Feat. Annabel Jones) – Strangers (Original Mix)

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AObeats has produced an infectious new single, “Strangers.” Released on his Moving Castle imprint, the smooth moving piece features a fusion of Annabel Jones‘ impeccable vocals and faint melodic chord progressions, all layered on top of prominent, plucky segments of bass. The cheeky, yet relatable lyrics of “Strangers” reminisce about a love lost, telling a story about two friends who are now complete strangers.

Annabel Jones sheds light to the meaning behind the lyrics,

“Working with AO on “Strangers” was fun and the writing experience was very cathartic. The lyrics touch on the breakdown of a friendship and the idea of being “frenemies.” I guess the song is a bit of a f* you. AO and I worked super closely on this one and it’s great to be making music together again!”

Hailing from Massachusetts, AObeats is widely known for his charismatic remixes and creative originals that showcase his artistry which is categorized by innovative, lively melodies and pronounced, alluring undertones. With his latest production, “Strangers,” the producer shows no sign of slowing down his streak of unforgettable releases.

AObeats cues his following into what’s on his horizon, stating, “I’ve been holding on to a lot of music for the past year and this is just the first of many songs to come.”

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VALENTINE One Ups Kanye’s “American Boy” and Reveals How He Did It

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Red and pink construction paper, glitter, and heartfelt love letters. This is what comes to mind when the word “valentine” is thrown around. And without surprise, rising producer VALENTINE‘s maximal future bass tunes capture the thrills and spills of new love, with a myriad of chippy blips, thumping bass, and heart restarting synths. After releasing

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Astre releases dreamy EP on Moving Castle’s imprint titled ‘For So Long’

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20-year-old French producer Astre has released an indie downtempo influenced EP titled For So Long via Moving Castle. The EP features vocal contributions from Amela on the sweeping “Romance,” as well as Kevin Blu’s tranquil voice on “Shades.” Each song is captivating in its own right, featuring different styles, while at the same time staying true to the EP’s aesthetic as a whole.

“The For So Long EP been through many forms, but my goal was always to do something poetic and youthful with it. The point was to create a complete story – music, artworks, films… – sharing a juvenile mind about love, life, and what happens to that mind when it enters the wild world. I wanted to share another point of view than my past EP Dreams of Gold, which was more thought and sad. I wanted to showcase the positive as well, and where it leads. Explain the origin of the sadness isn’t sadness itself. Since I made these songs last year, it’s been very hard to grow and keep them secret, as they do not necessarily reflects who I am today. Even if I keep questioning myself, I am so excited today to release this EP as I feel way more free to explore further then.”

With powerful intentions relayed behind For So Long, the EP stands out by conveying moving sentiments for listeners. Astre has shown that with his latest releases, the experimental EP speaks for itself in its artistry.

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Robotaki and Manila Killa Join Forces for “I Want You” on Moving Castle

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With Robotaki and Manila Killa set to co-headline two Los Angeles shows this week, the first of which will be tonight and has few remaining tickets on sale, the two DJs had also teamed up to produce a track to coincide with the show. The track, released today on Moving Castle and titled “I Want

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Kid Froopy – BB (Four Missed Texts)

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Fostering rising stars like Manila Killa and Mark Johns, label/collective Moving Castle has earned a reputation for unearthing and supporting young, undiscovered talents. The latest artist to join their ranks is 26 year old producer Kid Froopy, whose single, “BB (Four Missed Texts),” serves as the label’s most recent release.

The bright and bouncy track is a perfect match for the label’s sound, wielding warm, crisp bass and soothing synth lines. The arrangement, anchored by a solid, full mix, builds steadily atop a tightly grooving drumbeat, as layers and harmonic textures are added and exchanged. A strong output from a promising new artist, “BB” further upholds Moving Castle’s distinct knack for discovery.

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