Drezo shares ‘Dead,’ the harrowing lead single from his forthcoming EP

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Drezo‘s formative rise through the west coast’s flourishing underground house and tech scene has been an impressive progression to watch unfold. The LA-based producer has brought his infectiously eerie, warehouse-primed brand of house music to labels like Mad Decent and OWSLA, but for his latest project, he’s taking the full control of the reins with a new independently released EP, Jaded, out in full July 14. To roll out the forthcoming three-track collection, Drezo has dropped off a blistering new original cut titled “Dead.”

In signature Drezo fashion, the track opens with a pumping kick and a textured hum that gradually builds into an aggressive growl leading into the break. The “Guap” producer chops up a characteristically punchy yet simple sample selection on his latest, as “Dead” drops into an oscillating barrage of snarling chords designed for packed festival tents and sweaty after hours club floors alike. Much like his mentor, Dillon Francis, who has recently adopted a label-free release strategy, Drezo is coming in full force on his own this summer with Jaded, and if “Dead” is any indication, it’s going to be high caliber tech house quality from one of the genre’s brightest prospects.

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House Grooves Brings You – UNITY

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House Grooves brings you UNITY, from the people who brought you Newhouse Grooves comes a revamped, makeover record label release party. Presenting all of the hottest artists from the label in the likes of Chris Luzz (little grant), Kev O’Brien, Lost in the Zoo B2B Paul Hemr (house grooves), Antonio Sebastian B2B Andrew Newhouse (house

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House Grooves Brings You – UNITY

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House Grooves brings you UNITY, from the people who brought you Newhouse Grooves comes a revamped, makeover record label release party. Presenting all of the hottest artists from the label in the likes of Chris Luzz (little grant), Kev O’Brien, Lost in the Zoo B2B Paul Hemr (house grooves), Antonio Sebastian B2B Andrew Newhouse (house

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The Radar 89: Mixed by David Hôhme

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David Hôhme has become a fixture of sorts on the Brooklyn transformational circuit, delivering desert-friendly sets to the masses whose soundscapes are lush, melodic, and filled with intricate instrumentation. Additionally, his releases have been rinsed quite a bit by his peers; notably, his single “Fear Less,” which received remixes by Martin Roth, Jody Wisternoff, and more.

A few weeks after his most recent composition, a driving, tech-driven offering titled “Oberon,” Hôhme has specially-tailored a Dancing Astronaut Radar mix to prepare for a summer filled with outdoor parties and open-air venues. He opens with the aforementioned single, before delving into an array of hypnotic house and tech records that play out like a trek through the sand dunes. The mix is highly engaging from start to finish, ending on an ethereal note with a piano chords and resonant vocals.

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Premiere: Adana Twins astonish with their remix to Fritz Kalkbrenner’s ‘Changing Face’

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One would be hard-pressed to find a more exciting act in the current house and techno sphere than Adana Twins. The Hamburg-based pair of producers Friso and Take It Easy have been working together for over a decade, and are certainly no strangers to the scene. However, in the past year, Adana Twin’s have inarguably reached new heights.

The duo’s Diynamic-backed single, “Uncompromising,” has been nothing short of ubiquitous since its March release. The haunting production, which topped the Beatport charts for some time, remains a fixture of sets from the industry’s most powerful figures around the globe.

One of the facets that made “Uncompromising” so compelling was its masterful blend of stirring synth-work and continually delayed gratification. Adana Twins have a rare knack for thoroughly engaging listeners by arranging their songs in prolonged states of near-crescendo. Due to their masterful execution of this framework, the duo manages to keep listeners on the edge of their seats throughout the course of their pieces, which makes the payoff from their songs’ eventual climaxes exponentially more satisfying.

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In their newest output, a remix to Fritz Kalkbrenner’s “Changing Face,” Adana Twins explore this strength to great extents. Almost reaching ten minutes in length, their interpretation of the single exemplifies the notion that the techno and house experience should be, at its highest level, about songs’ journeys, not their destinations.

Should listeners conceptualize the “drops” of their remix as its “destinations,” they would find themselves waiting over four minutes for two incredibly cathartic and well-composed bass drones. However, what makes Adana Twins’ revision so enthralling is their suspension of gratification; the gnawing feeling of intrigue which pervades throughout the backdrop they provide for Kalkbrenner’s vocals. Indeed, the song’s trajectory endows it with an epochal  sensibility – one which matches the magnitude of the “changing face of the earth.”

With their newest release, Adana Twins are primed to remain ubiquitous in the techno and house realms for the foreseeable future.

Fritz Kalkbrenner’s “Changing Faces” remixes also include contributions from Maya Jane Coles and Deetron. The collection will be released Friday, June 16, via Suol and BMG. They are available for preorder here.

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Listen to Rezz’s full set from Bonnaroo 2017

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There’s a reason Rezz was our breakout artist of the year in 2016, and this year, she’s continuing to roll, playing some of the biggest festivals in North America tackling Ultra Music Festival in March, and now Bonnaroo. Rezz, real name Isabelle Rezazadeh, delivered a set that conceptualized all the elements that her fans undoubtedly resonate with, mainly heavy-handed bass music, tempered by a generous dose of experimental techno, riddim, and a variety of other bass genres.

The “Paranoid” producer has been steadily building a fervent fanbase since her emergence, though her catalyzing breakthrough officially came with her mau5trap co-signed EP, 2016’s Something Wrong Here. Now Rezz is well on her way to dance music superstardom, and her Bonnaroo set will stand as an early highlight in Rezazadeh’s still unfolding career.

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In Our Element at Elements Lakewood Camping Festival 2017

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(Photo courtesy of Elements Facebook page) Since the announcement of BangOn!’s Memorial Day Weekend Festival back in January, we at EDM Sauce have been counting down the days. Finally, it was here. Our squad embarked on our 4 hour journey to the middle of absolutely no where, that is, Lakewood PA at Camp Lavi. As

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Premiere: Denis Horvat debuts on Afterlife with ‘Bruto’

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Denis Horvat’s breakthrough into the industry has been nothing short of astronomical. Though he’s been active for quite some time, his Cedevita EP in 2015 quickly caught the attention of quite a few prolific DJs, a few of which were Âme and Dixon who secured his rise by signing him onto their Innervisions imprint in 2016. Now, the producer has found his way onto another powerhouse label: Afterlife.

“Bruto” is the official title of Horvat’s Afterlife debut, a dark and brooding piece lined with intricate, arpeggiated synth undertones and cloudy melodies. Even more drama is added to the piece by way of subtle layers of samples that bounce around the soundspace, maintaining a firm grasp on the listener through its various peaks, valleys, and breaks. “Bruto” is quite a brilliant work coming out of Horvat’s burgeoning repertoire, just the quality one would expect to be chosen by Tale Of Us as an Afterlife release.

“Bruto” becomes available digitally through Afterlife’s Realm of Consciousness, Part II EP on June 16.

The track and compilation are available for preorder in digital and vinyl formats.

 

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EMBRZ combines downtempo and dance in latest release ‘Higher’

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A long buildup juxtaposed with smooth vocals successfully conceals the intensity of the drop in EMBRZ’s latest track, “Higher.” The self-taught Irish producer notes that deadmau5 was his inspiration to enter into the electronic music scene, which is readily apparent when listening to his releases. His mixture of downtempo and dance music makes this song the perfect fit for pre-drinks or a relaxing Saturday afternoon and marks EMBRZ as one to keep an eye one.

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