IZII & Holly – Drama ft Tapper

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Hip-hop meets electronic music in “Drama” by IZII and Holly featuring Nic Tapper. Tapper raps to a classic hip-hop backdrop in the intro, and as his vocals continue, a subtle build in the background releases into an elaborate electronic drop. The drop transcends genres but could perhaps best be described as a trap-dubstep fusion.

Rising star IZII has garnered the support of Diplo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Borgeous among others since his debut single, “Echo (Let Go),in 2016. IZII enlisted newcomer Holly to co-produce the track, and their styles combined make for a unique and punchy track in “Drama.”

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Oshi – Lost

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Nineteen-year-old Joshua Brennan, otherwise known as Oshi, is back with a new single titled “lost.” The track opens with a combination of piano, drums, and bells that fall into synthesized vocals and a pulsing bass line that carries the listener into the crux of the track. “Lost” blends instrumentals, electronic, and bass while putting a refreshing twist on the combination.

The producer described his excitement for the release in the track’s SoundCloud description.

“holy smoly i have been gone for so fuckin long, but hey, guess what…. im back and my skin is clear, my mind is kinda fucked but it’s getting better slowly but surely, im just stoked to finally show you some of the stuff ive been working on, thank u for being patient and loving me, i love you all!!!!!!<3”

Oshi is certainly back, and “lost” is a track that will appeal to fans of many genres.

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NGHTMRE unveils new single ‘The Killer’

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NGHTMRE releases yet another vibrant single and adds to his ever-growing collection of forwarding thinking, dynamic productions. The production also features two newer artists, Bret James and RNSOM.

“The Killer” introduces mellow lyrics early that build to a heavy drop, infused a gravitational, raucous energy. With its thumping percussion, rumbing subbass, and staccato feel, “The Killer” is certain to be a headbanging favorite in sets going forward.

 

 

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Martin Garrix releases new track under old alias with Brooks, ‘Boomerang’

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Martin Garrix is back with new music under a long unused alias via his new single with Brooks titled “Boomerang.” The Dutch producer released the track under his original alias Grx — a fitting decision since this latest single is a classic upbeat Martin Garrix track that is sure to get any festival crowd going.

Brooks is a name that progressive house fans have been seeing a lot more lately thanks to his high energy tracks that are not dissimilar to Garrix’s signature style. This is not the first time the producers’ have collaborated, with their production “Byte” released this past April. The duo have mastered a powerful drop that resonates in the mind of the listener far after the last chord in “Boomerang.”

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Sasha unveils dates for two additional ‘Refracted: Live’ UK shows, releases new single, ‘True’

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After witnessing sell out success at London’s Barbican Hall in May, Sasha has announced two UK shows for 2018. The producer is bringing his ‘Refracted: Live’ series to The Roundhouse London on Saturday, February 17 and at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on Sunday, February 18. Bridgewater Hall is the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra’s primary venue, rendering Sasha’s upcoming performance all the more noteworthy.

“The moment we walked off stage at the Barbican we were saying — we have to do this again. We didn’t really have a plan in place. We had no idea the response to those shows was going to be so amazing. So this is [the newly announced dates] Round 2, and we’re getting to perform at two more iconic UK venues. We are looking to change the show slightly to incorporate some new music and make these shows as special and unique as the Barbican ones in May. We can’t wait!” – Sasha

Sasha has announced his intention to include new music and surprise guests as integral “Round 2” additions.

The Welsh producer appeared on stage alongside members of his production team, Charlie May (“Spooky”), Dennis White (“Thermal Bear”), and Dave Gardner during the Barbican shows. An 8-piece string section, live vocalists, and a percussionist rounded out the group, as Sasha played the piano and an assortment of other instruments, electronic and otherwise. The legendary performances have since been released on Blu-ray.

The additional shows would be good news on their own, but Sasha sweetened the deal pairing the announcement with a new single. Sasha’s latest is dubbed “True” and is currently available to stream ahead of its Friday, October 13 release. Featuring the London-based trio Dems, “True” is a minimalistic record whose richness lies in its otherworldly vocals and instrumental layering.

Tickets to the ‘Refracted: Live’ February shows will be available for purchase on Friday, October 13 at 10 AM.

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Teamworx, Thomas Feelman & STV finally drop ‘Never Stop’

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After hearing “Never Stop” in Steve Angello‘s sets all summer, fans can finally get their hands on the official release of Teamworx, Thomas Feelman and STV’s “Never Stop.” This collaboration is an upbeat progressive house track with a drop primed for any club or festival set to get the crowd going. Pulsing drums and synths entrance the listener and are complemented by high-pitched chords. Teamworx talked about their newest track and playing it alongside Angello at Tomorrowland Unite.

“Never Stop” has been the longest and most anticipated release we’ve ever had. It’s been over a year and a half since Steve initially picked it up and he has played it during every set since. The collaboration is the perfect blend of both Teamworx, Thomas Feelman & STV’s styles and we’re super excited that we’re finally releasing it. Earlier this year we had the privilege to join Steve at Tomorrowland Unite and signing a track with such a legendary label is a huge milestone for us as artists.

The track is out now on SIZE Records.

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Jameston Thieves – Ghost

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Genre-agnostic producer and Phoenix native Jameston Thieves is back with new music with the bassy single “Ghost.”

His latest track seamlessly smashes together ambient, uplifting chords with a raw gritty bassline. Synthesized vocals add a unique flair to the track during the intro and make way for a heavy drop that is a welcome surprise from the intro that skews towards punk rock. While there is certainly a lot going on within “Ghost,” Thieves displays his remarkable production ability as it seamlessly blends together.

 

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Morgan Page diversifies sound in latest single with Bobby Puma, ‘Backroom’

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Morgan Page is back with new music via “Backroom,” a new single and collaboration with Bobby Puma that’s very different than other releases we’ve seen from the progressive producer. “Backroom” has a steady house beat with trumpets blaring as accents as the beat dances from a higher pitch to a lower bass-infused drop. Page is known for his progressive house hits with enthralling vocals, and “Backroom” marks the first release from the producer in recent history with no vocals. “Backroom” would be at home in an Ibiza club as opposed to on the radio, showcasing Page’s efforts to diversify his style with this new release.

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NGHTMRE experiments with punk rock in genre-blending new track ‘On The Run’

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NGHTMRE masterfully blends smooth vocals, electronic music, and, most surprisingly, punk rock  in his new release “On the Run” with Passeport.

A tribal flair interweaves between the punching electric guitar and synthesized notes that pull the track together. “On The Run” is the first single off of the LA-based producer’s upcoming EP, which is set to be released on Mad Decent. The track demonstrates NGHTMRE’s evolving production style and ability to experiment with multiple genres.

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DJ Snake surprises fans, drops new single ‘A Different Way’ early

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As if premiering his new track on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris was not enough, DJ Snake has decided to surprise fans again by dropping his new track “A Different Way” with Lauv a day early.

The song is now available on Spotify, and as we heard in the premiere, the track is well worth the wait. “A Different Way” with Lauv focuses in on the vocals in the intro which fall into a moombahton-meets-pop drop that is undeniably catchy. Count on this track getting stuck on your head as well as played in every club and store alike. DJ Snake has once again mastered extracting the best elements of pop and electronic music to create a song that everyone will love to hate, but ultimately love.

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