UK DJ & produver Beave is back for the 3rd time on Gameroom Records, this time with a monster bass infused tech track ‘Back It Up (The Reprise)’ , a rework of Canadian sensation Black Iri$h‘s hit from 2018 ‘Back It Up’. Techy vibes run wild throughout this one, melding perfectly with a fat bassline and
Heavy techno vibes hit the scene today with a new single titled Rene from Gastel. Rene grabs your attention instantly with a nice bassline and haunting background sounds. Moving to the drop your head is sure to be bobbing to this groovy drop filled with hard-hitting drums and heavy bass line. The second drop spins
Fresh off their vocal smasher ‘Poison’, UK based DJ and producer Ben Rainey and Boston based DJ and producer Ryan Nichols have teamed once again on ‘Hey Yeah’, a techy new underground house anthem. The perfectly executed bass line dominates this production and rightfully so. Most certainly built for late night destruction of the dance
The king of the wrist flick is back. After nearly a full year has passed since FISHER dropped the house tune of 2018 with GRAMMY nominated ‘Losing It’, the Aussie DJ, producer, and social media king is back with ‘You Little Beauty’, a MASSIVE dance floor weapon he’s been using in his sets since day 1.
Hitting the streets with some brand new fire, bass lord Noy teams up with so-hot-right-now DJ/producer and fellow legend of the Brisbane scene Jordan Burns to bring us a proper weapon they call ‘Hold Up’, out on Be Rich. Keeping it on a 4 to the floor tip, the perfectly executed bass line dominates this
Infamous Boy is the new alias for Sven Kirchhof, who was able to catch the attention of none other than Dutch house music giant, Laidback Luke, in 2009. Now, he joins Ace of Clubs Recordings with the brand new house anthem “The Jungle”. “The Jungle” is a house music weapon the put it bluntly. High-quality house beats, jungle elements
Subset, aka one of the hardest working men in EDM, has been wowing audiences for years now by displaying his amazing talents for mixing music. Subset if you are not aware was the resident basement DJ at Webster Hall in NYC as well as the grandfather of renegade sets on Holy Ship. The now Pacific
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House stalwart Guy Gerber uses unpredictability in sound to create some of his dancefloor heaters. The DJ and producer from Israel released a tech house sample pack on Splice called “Guy Gerber Late Night Sketches.” It contains 159 high-quality loops and one one-shot, from one of the industries veteran sound explorers.
In addition to the sample pack, Gerber released two videos with Splice, outlining tips on using a randomizer plugin, arpeggios, and effects to create movement in produced music. He also does a mini-tutorial on editing drum samples by manipulating transients, layering polyrhythms, and other groove techniques.
Gerber is well-known in the underground DJ scene as his residency with Pacha in Ibiza caught mainstream buzz. Shortly after his stint in Spain, he began his own label, Rumors, with Dixon and released a collaboration album with P. Diddy, 11:11, in 2014 off the imprint.
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David Guetta is a busy man. With his upcoming artist album, 7 on the way, the international star has revealed he’s behind the alias Jack Back right as he released another long form project as the Jack Back Mixtape. Here, he’s connected house and techno to further boost his credibility in the production booth.
In 2012, an artist named Jack Back emerged as the artist behind the now multi-platinum single “Wild One Two.” The track featured David Guetta, Sia and Nicky Romero, and after its release, Jack Back went radio silent. That is, until recently, when a new track entitled “Overtone” emerged from the artist. Shockingly different from the artist’s former work, the single had a late night sensibility, with techno influences and brooding progressions. Obviously the work of a seasoned producer, speculation began circulating that the single was the return of the David Guetta alter ego, and it continued as Jack Back released “(It Happens) Sometimes” via Defected Records, “Reach For Me,” and finally “Grenade.”
But it isn’t until now that David Guetta has confirmed he is indeed behind the music, releasing a 12-track mixtape featuring all new music from his revived alias. The Jack Back Mixtape marks a pivotal moment for Guetta as he gears up to release his next electro dance-pop artist album, 7. As Jack Back, he’s signaled a reminder of his talent as a producer through the history of his work in house music. While 7 may be an upcoming reminder of his pop prominence, this mixtape is a reminder of how he got there. Conquering a range of techno, tech house and house sounds, Guetta as Jack Back connects the dots between the house music of his early years to today’s deeper underground sounds.
FISHER is one of the most electric DJ’s in the scene right now, and if you follow his Instagram you for sure agree with me. He’s been teasing his newest track ‘Losing It’ on his Instagram profile since Coachella, and in every comment people have been clamoring for the release date. Today, we finally got