DNMO has been proving his production talent quite a lot recently, creating some captivating originals and unique remixes. Not only that but the artist is also set to play some big shows coming up at red rocks and Ezoo. He’s been gaining a lot of momentum and this new track will only increase it. Entitled
Over the past year, up-and-coming producer DNMO has shared his unique take on indie electronic with a stream of consistently solid singles. The Deadbeats signee is now back with “Rogue,” an airy and melodic take on his signature sound.
The track features Akacia, whose light vocals are a perfect fit for the rumbling bass that DNMO is known for. While “Rogue,” is a seamless addition to the artist’s catalogue, DNMO flexes his multi-instrumental production style with relaxed guitar and piano placed alongside scattered percussion, elevating the track to a new level.
Canadian label Monstercat is ending their year on a decidedly strong note. On Dec. 6, they announced voting was open for their Best of 2017 selection, allowing fans to vote on their top 10 Monstercat tracks of the year and support their favorite artists. Just two days later, voting closed and results were released, unveiling longtime Monstercat artist Pegboard Nerds at the No. 1 spot with their track “Heaven Let Us Down,” which came out at the end of October. Also claiming top spots are Grant with “Are We Still Young,” Tokyo Machine with “Spooky,” MYRNE with “Confessions,” and Kuuro with “Possession.” View the full list of winners below.
1. Pegboard Nerds – Heaven Let Us Down
2. Grant – Are We Still Young ft Jessi Mason
3. Tokyo Machine – Spooky
4. MYRNE – Confessions
5. KUURO – Possession
6. Stonebank – Ripped To Pieces ft EMEL
7. Unlike Pluto – Everything Black ft Mike Taylor
8. Aero Chord – Drop It
9. Dirtyphonics & Sullivan King – Sight of Your Soul
10. Conro – Close
11. Muzzy – Spectrum
12. Slips & Slurs – Moving Hectic ft Harry Shotta
13. Tristam – Bone Dry
14. DROELOE – JUMP ft Nevve
15. Darren Styles – Us Against the World
16. Puppet – Bigger Picture
17. Kayzo & Slander – Holy ft Micah Martin
18. Bad Computer – New Dawn
19. Infected Mushroom – Spitfire
20. Gammer – The Drop
21. Feint – Outbreak ft MYLK
22. Ephixa & Laura Brehm – Losing You
23. Notaker & Declan James – Who I Am ft Karra
24. WRLD – Everything ft Ashdown
25. Anevo – Waiting On Your Call ft Park Avenue
26. Rogue, Stonebank & Slips & Slurs – Unity
27. Bishu – Eyes Wide Open
28. Dirty Audio & Delta Heavy – Stay ft Holly
29. Duumu – Illuminate ft Slyleaf
30. Dion Timmer – Till I Make It ft Tima Dee
Monstercat will be releasing an 18-track album in collaboration with the video game Rocket League featuring all new songs — one of which will be produced by Slushii. Rocket League — essentially an inversion on soccer featuring cars — has taken the esports industry by storm and has grossed more than $6 million in sales since its debut in July of 2015. Their newest collaboration with Monstercat, titled ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol.1′ will feature songs by Eminence, Aero Chord, Rameses B, Zero Hero, Conro, WRLD, Rogue, Tristam, Feint, Vicetone, and many others.
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The producer premiered his song for the collaboration via his Instagram and the preview shows his expert infusion of gaming sounds with his signature style. If his preview is representative of the quality of the music on the full album, we can certainly say we are excited.
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Monstercat has just announced its biggest collaboration to date. In a tweet posted today (June 5th), Monstercat announced its plans to release an 18 track album featuring all new songs with Rocket League. The album titled ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol.1′ will officially be released on July 5, 2017 and will feature songs from Monstercat’s
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There’s always be a good amount of crossover between video games and electronic music, especially as more and more EDM is featured on Twitch live streams. And with eSports becoming a booming industry attracting capital investment from venture capital funds, celebrities, and athletes alike, it was only a matter of time before somebody in the music world would jump in.
That person would be Steve Aoki who has just purchased a large share in Las Vegas-based Overwatch team, Rogue, to become a partner in ownership. As of now, the only video game that Rogue competes in is Overwatch, but there have been talks of the organization expanding into the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro-scene as well.
Who knows! Maybe CLG Calvin Harris will soon be a thing.
If you’re not familiar with Overwatch, check out the cinematic trailer below:
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Much of our high school experience was listening to Coldplay as we stared moodily at the phone, convincing ourselves not to call our crushes. Luckily I found electronic music, and moved on to dubstep (and found a dubstep loving boyfriend). So I never really went back to the Coldplay. This weekend we were feeling a