Hundred Waters announce their third studio album with new single, ‘Blanket Me’

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Hundred Waters have officially announced the release of their long-awaited third studio albumdue to land on September 14 via their longtime home imprint, OWSLA. The Los Angeles transplants, by way of Gainesville, Florida, began the summer with a surprise EP, Currency, that came in conjunction with the commencement of their annual FORM Arcosanti festival alternative. The five-track precursor set the tone for the band’s inbound Communicating LPexpected to be a collection of new material that gives a highly personalized look into Hundred Waters’ complex evolution.

The LP is led by a new single, titled “Blanket Me,” an emotive piano-driven ballad fueled by lead singer Nicole Miglis’ pensive vocals and drummer Zach Tetrault’s uplifting percussion arrangements. In quintessential Hundred Waters fashion, the album’s altruistic rawness derives from the group’s homespun recording process, capturing sounds at their own kitchen table, in the solitude of bedroom closes, and even in an abandoned Detroit church.

Concerning the ethos of Communicating, Miglis elaborates:

“[The] album is a breakup. It starts with a need for independence and it ends with an ‘all better,’ like we did it: we learned, we loved, we separated, and now it’s time for the next.”

In the time since 2014’s critically acclaimed Moon Rang Like A Bell and this year’s incoming release, Hundred Waters have experienced a span of events that most bands barely cover in their entire lifespan. Communicating explores that entire space in between, from breakups, reunions, losing a band member, and sharing the living space that ultimately fosters the group’s creative cohesion. The album’s central concept explores Miglis’ relationship with fellow band member Trayer Tryon, and how the catalyzing changes in their romantic union translates into their art.

Listen to “Blanket Me” ahead of Hundred Waters’ official album release this fall.

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Borgeous releases twisted music video for new single, ‘You’

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Borgeous has shown for his ability to produce anything from house to rap to dubstep. The versatile artist’s latest single, “You,” released on Geousus Records, skews heavy dubstep with a hard and hectic drop. The single is reminiscent of his recent dubstep kick, which is also embodied through his recent release, “Hold Up,” with Morten.

In the accompanying music video for “You,”  Borgeous chronicles a trip through the psychosis of a drink server at a house party. The server falls for a guest at the party, while simultaneously having visions of tying up and ravaging the guest’s fiancée. The video takes the viewer on a gorey ride and we are left not knowing reality from the nightmare in the server’s twisted mind. All we can say is that the music video is as hectic as the track’s drop.

This remix of The Chainsmokers’ ‘Honest’ set Instagram abuzz

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If we’re being “Honest,” this remix is one to watch out for.

The Chainsmokers‘ debut studio album, Memories…Do Not Open has been out for three months now, the album offering listeners a deeper and clearer understanding of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart’s sound through the LP’s twelve tracks. Up until the album’s release, The Chainsmokers gained most of their notoriety from their release of consecutive smash singles like the Halsey feature, “Closer.”

The ninth-track on the album, “Honest,” emerged as the duo’s next single poised to dominate radio airwaves, following the trend established by “Closer” and “Something Just Like This.” Like most of the songs on Memories…Do Not Open, “Honest” is one to which Andrew Taggart lends his vocals.

As “Honest” continues to grow in popularity, The Chainsmokers have taken to Instagram to share footage from their eponymous Memories…Do Not Open tour, overlaid by a rhythmic remix of the single. Who crafted the remake is not cited in the Instagram caption, nor is a release date for the remix given, but it will likely turn into a fan favorite.

H/T: YourEDM

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Tiësto and KSHMR release summer hit, ‘Harder’

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Tiësto and KSHMR channel their inner tropical vibes in their latest single, “Harder.” Contrary to the title, the track is airy and upbeat, a perfect way to slide into summer. The release has been highly anticipated, following the teaser that aired back in May on Don Diablo‘s Hexagon Radio.

KSHMR brings in the signature electro house sounds that pair perfectly alongside of Tiësto’s pulsating beats. Talay Riley is featured on the track providing the smooth, sexy vocals that blend smoothly into the production.

H/T: EDM Sauce 

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Watch the official music video for Oshi’s latest single ‘Heal You’ featuring Courtney Bennett

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Armed with a pair of Nike Mags and a 1985 DeLorean, rising British producer Oshi pays homage to Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future in the official music video for his latest single, “Heal You” featuring Courtney Bennett.

Early on in his career, Oshi has already begun making waves, credited as the youngest person ever to perform inside a Boiler Room set, catching the ears of Skrillex, Baauer, and more. Now it appears the young beatmaker’s debut release is finally underway. In the new video, the carefree wunderkind drives through Los Angeles’ seemingly endless urban sprawl with Courtney Bennett making an appearance as well. In a statement accompanying the production, Oshi elaborates on the inspiration behind the new video,

“I’ve always been a huge fan of 80s movies and the back to the future series is one of my favorites. It was fun acting parts of it out, especially to a song that has both throwback and futuristic elements to it. Also make sure to look at my face in the video because I think it’s hilarious.”

“Heal You” is the lead single off of Oshi’s inbound debut EP, which is set to be released via ArtClub International later this year.

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Connor Evans Releases A Summer Anthem “American Bandstand”

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“AMERICAN BANDSTAND!”

Radiohead set to release long-awaited unreleased single ‘I Promise’

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Radiohead is gearing up for the 20th Anniversary re-issue of their seminal third studio album OK Computer, and with some tantalizingly enigmatic easter eggs left by the band leading up to the milestone, naturally, the fans are curious as to what Radiohead has in store. After doing some digging, one eagle-eyed reddit user discovered plans for a new single on the already critically acclaimed album. The track, titled “I Promise,” is an unreleased single that Radiohead has been performing live since 1996. Available for streaming on June 2, it will be the only single preceding the release. The deluxe re-issue, OKNOTOK, will be in stores and online June 23.


H/T: FACT

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Tchami Bids “Adieu” With New Track

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All puns aside, the last thing we expected was Tchami to drop a new track right as his Prophecy Tour kicked off this week. Set to hit numerous cities in North America, the Prophecy Tour will keep Tchami busy over the next several weeks, but the Parisian producer nears the end of the first week of the tour by dropping an entirely new track. The best part? It takes his music in a familiar yet exciting new direction.

“Adieu” finds Tchami exploring a more uplifting side of his sound, one with almost tropical-sounding percussion, soft synths and a powerful sample. A fuzzy warble punctuates the track, hinting at Tchami’s darker side before he rings it in in favor of a more house-inspired mood. Originally known for his future house songs with glitchy vocal samples and dark synths, “Adieu” contrasts to Tchami’s signature sound without sounding alien, a rare feat for a producer known so well for a darker persona. We’re intrigued to see if he explores more of this lighter, house-inclined sound in the future, but for now we are happy to see Tchami step into the light.

Listen to “Adieu” below:

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Source: Tchami Bids “Adieu” With New Track

Alesso’s New Single “Falling” Releases This Friday

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After releasing his successful debut album Forever in 2015, Alesso launched a huge album tour. Many artists would take it easy after such a busy year, but Alesso surprised in 2016 by releasing two new singles: “I Wanna Know” featuring Nico & Vinz and Jolin Tsai and “Take My Breath Away.” Alesso’s continuing that momentum in 2017 by gearing up for his first big release for the year.

Alesso’s new single, “Falling,” will release this Friday, February 3, on Def Jam. He uploaded a teaser of the track with its release announcement, hinting at yet another progressive house track with a female vocalist. Alesso’s MO seems to be “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” and “Falling” will likely go down as another hit under the Swedish producer’s hit-laden belt. Spotify users can head here to pre-save the single so they’ll have the track in their collection on release date. Listen to the “Falling” preview below:

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Source: Alesso’s New Single “Falling” Releases This Friday

Tokyo Machine – HYPE [Monstercat]

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Tokyo Machine is pumping out bangers like nobody’s business, and he hasn’t showed any signs of slowing down. His newest track – “HYPE” – is just the icing on the cake celebrating six months of successful releases, and boy, he really hid it in a spectacular way.

When Tokyo Machine was revealed to the Monstercat community for the first time last July, he was instantly cemented as a fan-favorite. I mean, who couldn’t love his cutesy Japanese-themed style, catchy one-word titles and chiptune-inspired breaks/electro hybrid sound? It’s no wonder Tokyo Machine’s career has taken off so quickly.

If you’ve been a fan of his past releases, there’s no doubt you’ll love “HYPE” too. In just three minutes, the song encapsulates everything that makes Tokyo Machine a unique name in the scene, plus a little bit more. Two features that stuck out to me especially were the scratching samples and the pitch falling in the second half of the drop, which provided a wonderful contrast between retro and contemporary.

Listen to “HYPE” and buy the track below:

Support on all platforms: Monstercat.lnk.to/Hype

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Source: Tokyo Machine – HYPE [Monstercat]