Breakout artist Crankdat teamed up with bass phenomenon Jauz for the collaborative “I Hold Still,” — a track that graced mainstages across the world both before its much-anticipated release. Slushii has decided to give fans a Christmas treat with the release of his VIP remix of the track, and also provides vocals of his own.
Bouncing xylophone-esque chords and heavily processed vocals open the track into one of the most intense drops from the LA-based producer this year. While maintaining the same flow and sound as the original, Slushii’s rendition of “I Hold Still” can only be described as a dirtier version of the already hard-hitting track.
Fans can be sure they will be hearing this VIP remix of the hit song in festival and club sets to come in 2018. The track is available as a free download.
Over the past few years, we have witnessed a squad emerge from the pack of EDM DJ/Producers. Moe Shalizi and his Red Light Management team have put out some of the most timeless tracks and live sets in the game and there is no sign of slowing down. Marshmello, Jauz, Ookay, Tiesto, Ghastly, Slushii, Borgeous,
Watch Slushii experiment with a drone in his new Vlog and accompanying song titled “Drone Song.” The producer, real name is Julian Scanlan, films as he tries to make a drone fly in a parking lot. He produced a song to accompany the video, and while “Drone Song” certainly won’t be winning him a Grammy, it does have a certain unforgettable appeal.
On Twitter Scanlan writes “New Vlog on YouTube. I dare you to watch the full thing and not get the song stuck in your head.”
The song is out on Soundcloud and mixes synthesized vocal chants with a groovy backdrop. The full Vlog includes the track, and takes viewers on Scanlan’s struggling drone flying journey. Applause to Slushii for acknowledging the true purpose of this creation with “Drone Song’s” genre on Soundcloud tagged as #comedy.
Slushii has dropped his latest single and it follows his former former bass bombs in perfect stride. The new single is called ‘Level Up’ but does it live up to it’s name and elevate Slushii to a new level? The answer is both yes and no. Do not get me wrong, ‘Level Up’ is a
Slushii dug into his archives for a new release, dubbed “underwater.” Given the producer’s penchant for party-flavored bass tunes, “underwater” marks a significant departure in style.
Even in comparison to his previous track “Sleep,” in which the producer admitted to wrestling with a bout of depression, “underwater” takes on a fully melancholic tone. True to its title, the track does feature a hazy style, with numerous of its production elements bleeding into each other. Further, the vocals are stylistically listless and fit the production’s minimal structure well.
Want more of EDC Orlando? Say no more, because 2017’s iteration of the festival features an expanded grounds footprint. Insomniac has taken the best parts of a fair and combined it with a music festival, so whether attendees wish to zip line, swing, or take a ride on a ferris wheel, the expanded festival grounds will offer a plethora of activities with even more space than the 2016 edition.
Following the success of “Silence,” Marshmello‘s melodic collaboration with Khalid, the masked producer has released a star-studded four-track remix compilation. The collection features an eclectic selection of renowned producers, each of whom has reworked the slick original track with their own unique and supremely popular style.
The first official remix comes courtesy of future bass master Illenium, fresh off the success of his album, Awake. The rework marks a departure from his normal style and an intriguing addition to the compilation This trend was followed by the legend Tiësto, who delivered a smooth, mellow “Big Room Mix.” Slushii, adheres his traditional melodic dubstep style, while newcomer SUMR CAMP steals the show with a funky, tropical house inspired remix.
When Marshmello and Khalid first released their melodic smash hit ‘Silence’, I claimed that the song was a bit of a let down. Clearly sometimes I have no idea what I am talking about, as ‘Silence’ very quickly became a powerful statement that extended across genre lines. Now Marshmello has released 4 absolutely gorgeous remixes
Diplo’s parody account is on the loose again. To help promote ‘What Would Diplo Do,’ Viceland and Diplo’s team have given Diplo’s parody account full access to make fun of the DJ culture. In one of @_diplo_’s latest tweets, he calls out DJs that run social media bots on the campaign. The tweet reads “DJs:
Ah September. The leaves begin to change, school gets kicked into full swing, and everyone’s favorite season, festival season, comes to a sad close. Artists begin their fall tours and release massive amounts of singles, mixes and EPs. Plus your typical EDM news drama; twitter beefs, bad PR; you know the deal. Just for you,