Four months after Chris Lake‘s “I Want You” took OWSLA by force, a package of remixes is reigniting the hype around the track.
Among these remixes is a trippy trap track courtesy of QUIX. The New Zealand producer was thrilled at the chance to remix the house song.
“When OWSLA asked me to put my spin on this Chris Lake house anthem I was stoked,” he said.
In his rework, QUIX chops up the track’s vocals and staggers them over a grinding trap beat. The remix veers sharply from the original, taking it from a grooving, dance-ready house song to more of a festival-ready “banger.” Its nitty gritty, mechanical sounds give it a rough edge, breathing new life into what was already a strong production.
Ben McGillivary aka Crystalize is back at it again. His previous 2 original tracks both released in the past 3 months, ‘Bout Time’ and ‘King’ have received over 100k hits each on Soundcloud and wide support on socials & from DJ’s alike. His newest track “Stay Woke” has the same unique Crystalize flair and it reminds
When house producer, Chris Lake and OSWLA team up, there’s a good chance you can expect great things. And that’s just what has come with the latest compilation called HOWSLA. Lake dropped two songs with Skrillex’s label–”I Want You” & “Operator (Ring, Ring)”. And this week, his track “I Want You” just got a filthy,
Ultra Europe began its milestone fifth edition in the picturesque Split, Croatia on July 13, bringing in thousands of global fans to enjoy a wide array of artists across the electronic spectrum. From main stage heroes such as David Guetta and DJ Snake, to the legendary pairing of Sasha & John Digweed at Carl Cox’s Resistance stage, the festival truly included something for everyone in its enviable bill.
Set recordings from the gathering have already started to emerge, allowing those unable to attend a chance to put themselves in the crowd with their imaginations. Thus far, sets by Armin van Buuren, Fedde Le Grand, Carl Cox, and Axwell / Ingrosso have gone up – keep watch on this post as more emerge.
Ok everybody, I am not kidding you here with this next statement. Nitti Gritti’s “Lights” Remix is hands-down the best mash-up I’ve heard in years. I’ve never heard of Nitti Gritti before, but after this track, he’s firmly on my radar. I came across the track just stumbling through Soundcloud and noticed it got a lot
For bass newcomers, Ray Volpe is certainly at the forefront. The North Carolina-based rising star has remixed the likes of GTA with Getter and Delta Heavy as well as released on OWSLA and Mad Decent.
For his next original work, Volpe teams up with fellow bass up-and-comer Krys Talk for a ferocious new single, “Spirit Squad.” Creatively surrounding the introduction’s muffled lead with bird and rainforest samples, the producers quickly ramp the track up after it’s cued by a ringing school bell, ultimately unleashing a clamoring assortment of jungle-tinged elements and barks.
Listen to “Spirit Squad” below, exclusively premiered on Dancing Astronaut.
The title “Say Less” appears an oxymoron when it comes to the release of the Dillon Francis‘ latest music video, a rowdy visual chronicle of an evening out that in turn leaves much to be said about the hilarity of the video’s production.
When the track was originally released in April — garnering 13 million streams in the time since its release — “Say Less” earned the distinction of being the first official release on Dillon Francis’ record label, “IDGAFOS.”
The release of the music video marks a mini milestone for Francis and video director, Tomas Whitmore, “This is my fifth video with Tomas and I feel like each one keeps getting better and better,” mused Francis.
G-Eazy noted the collaborators’ joint desire to create a music video for the track with a distinctly “cinematic feel” to it, a goal certainly achieved by the video, that in typical Francis style, involves an unforeseen concluding plot twist. That Australian actor, Luke Hemsworth, makes a guest appearance only augments the video’s cinematic quality.
The newly re-branded duo based out of Los Angeles, Two Owls, continue to unleash certified bangers on us under their new alias. The newest track to hit the circuit “Last Laugh” comes as a collaborated effort with the one and only Jameston Thieves. Being that both of these heavy hitters are known for their bass-driven
The age old question of “what’s in a name” is answered quite precisely with the new up-and coming artist Golden Child, based out of Orlando, Florida. With his latest release, “Temple of Gold”, Golden Child proves exactly why his alias is as fitting as they come. Known around the local Orlando scene for his hard
It has been a busy year for Fractal Fantasy co-founders Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones. With Sinjin Hawke’s album, First Opus, being released in May and a steady stream of singles, remixes, and collaborations coming from both artists, it is easy for some great content to slip through the cracks. A few months ago, the Spanish duo put on an unmissable bass-driven Boiler Room set.
The event, recorded live in Bengaluru, India, is full of surprises that only these DJs could have in their arsenal. With most tracks by either one or both artists, Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones showed off the intense work that they put into their diverse live shows. Packed with unreleased bootlegs, edits, and more, the set spans many genres including footwork, jersey club, grime, trap, and hip hop. This eclectic mix of heavy beats and deep rhythms is a perfect example of what these two rising producers have to offer.
Zora Jones & Sinjin Hawke – Glass Chains Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones – Source Of Conflict Busy Signal – Brave & Bold (Sinjin Hawke Edit) E40 – Choices (YUP) (Zora Jones Bootleg) Sinjin Hawke – Nailgun Famous Eno, Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones ft. Trigganom & Serocee – Gunshotta 1180 – Lick It Brandy – Sittin Up In My Room (Xzavier Stone & Sinjin Hawke Bootleg) Fox – Big Man Ting (prod. by Famous Eno) Sinjin Hawke – Don’t Lose Yourself To This Sinjin Hawke & Dj Sliink – Raw Zora Jones – Too Many Tears VIP MikeQ & Sinjin Hawke – Thunderscan Bambounou – Any Other Service x Blaqstarr (FF Edit) Sinjin Hawke – ??? Dj Jayhood – Lights Down Low (Zora Jones Remix) Dj Na – MikeQ vs. Fingers Up (Boomclap Edit) Jammer – Feedback (FF Edit) Gangsta Boo & Sinjin Hawke – Yea Hoe (Vjuan Allure Remix) DVA, Killa P, Sinjin Hawke – Worst [Vocal Dub] Xzavier Stone – ??? Kid D – Set Fire Scratcha DVA & Wiley – Apocalypto (FF Edit) Low Deep – So Right Now Soulja Boy – Pow (Boomclap Edit) Zora Jones – First Light Ceeda – Zoom (FF Edit) Ciara – Go Girl (Zora Jones Edit) (Club Mix) Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones – Lurk 101 Xzavier Stone – ??? Zora Jones – ??? Sinjin Hawke – Flood Gates VIP Dj Roc – Uh Huh (Boomclap Edit) v1984 & Zora Jones – The Zone Dj 2Tall x Dj YB – Sex With Me (Boomclap Edit) Assasin – Goodie Bye Bye (FF Edit) Dj Roc – Vybrant Vibez Sinjin Hawke – 321 [Vox Beatking] Tiara Goonie – All Out Of Time (Zora Jones Edit)