Who is Gut Feeling? The mysterious new production outfit is launching anonymously, though we know that the newly minted partnership comes by way of two established house producers. Keeping their other monikers under wraps as the collaborative new project takes off, Gut Feeling has signed on to Ultra Records, and seemingly out of thin air, make their debut release with new dance fare titled “Yukata.”
The duo’s initial delivery gives a decent insight as to what we can expect from the emerging Gut Feeling catalog as it materializes. “Yukata” showcases six minutes of crisp tech-house production sprinkled with an uplifting melodies and bright steel drum accents. Reach for this one to get the party started through the rest of the summer, and keep an ear to the ground for more new Gut Feeling. Something tells us we’re in for some fun new dance from the enigmatic new duo.
KAYZO and Gammer are have teamed up for a new track titled “Forever,” and the result is is as gargantuan as one might expect from a collaboration between these two powerhouses. It starts off in a deceptively melodic way, but this peace is only temporary. Soon, the beautiful opening falls into bouncy chords and an enchanting vocals that cascade over a raunchy drop. Their robotic weapons in store, the two collaborators douse their audiences in headbang-inducing chaos that operates as a weapon on the dancefloor.
“Forever” is out now via Ultra Music. Prior to merging his talents with Gammer, KAYZO had been immersed in an immense tour schedule which has seen his name pop up on a variety of iconic festival rosters. His latest single, an edit of Papa Roach’s “Last Resort,” gave a taste of the influence the LA-based producer would have on his Gammer collaboration. Gammer in the meantime has been putting out his own grimey series of bass-infused house and dub records, percolating until “Forever’s” release.
Flosstradamus has never shaken his reputation for producing bass-fueled, club-ready beats that cause utter destruction on any dancefloor. Deceptively titled, “Guava” — his newest collaboration with Rawtek titled — is far from the sweet, soft flavors the name brings to mind.
Instead, it opens on a jarring note, with staggered synth progressions opening into a violent build-up with deeply synthesized vocals before dropping into utter chaos. “Guava” is the perfect addition to a club set, and will certainly get some air time as festival season continues.
Quite awhile had passed since we last heard from Floss. The producer — formerly one of two — took an intriguing turn into hip-hop with “MVP” in April. Meanwhile, Rawtek is relatively new to the trap sphere, making their name with the help of Yellow Claw and the Barong family.
“Shakalaka” is the collective product of powerhouse producers Steve Aoki, Deorro, MAKJ, and Max Styler. An energetic, big room buildup and psy trance-inspired bassline lead into a Mariachi-tinged breakdown that implies Deorro’s Latin touch, before dropping into a colossal explosion of sound purposed to shake the dancefloor. With a powerful kick and wide stereo imaging, the track’s appeal stretches wide, showing signs of becoming a main stage anthem.
The writers behind “Shakalaka” are as big as the production itself. All four are consistently booked at festivals ranging from Ultra and Coachella, and have each clocked in a fair amount of hits under their own belts as well — a couple recent ones being Deorro’s “Bailar,” and Aoki’s venture with Little Yachty and AJR, “Pretender.”
A couple of days ago, we mentioned that some serious electronic heavy-hitters were teaming up to deliver a serious festival banger. Now, the four-man collaboration is here, and it’s even better than we ever expected. Steve Aoki x Deorro x MAKJ x Max Styler – ‘Shakalaka’ “Shakalaka” defies genres and transcends into a new realm
Louis the Child has taken over the EDM world with their unique production sound and smashing of festival stages across the globe. Most recently, the guys dropped a banger of a set at Weekend 1 of Coachella that most certainly gained them even more fans. Last week, they dropped “Better Not” featuring the outstanding vocals
British songstress Alex Mills has just released a music video for her single “Stayed Too Long,” out tomorrow everywhere on Ultra Music, but EXCLUSIVELY available today on EDM Sauce! The video was shot in Brooklyn at underground nightspot Black Flamingo and the surrounding neighborhood. With fun choreographed dancing and technicolor strobe lights, the video perfectly
Tiësto has been at the center of the EDM world since before there was EDM, as one of the world’s most prominent trance DJs. A question I have asked myself over and over again, where did a guy that has been such an inspiration and role model to the world’s most well-known DJ/Producers find his
All has been quiet on the Mako front ever since the duo of Alex Seaver and Logan Light saw Light depart. Seaver has now released his first single as a solo act, and the track, “Breathe,” is out now on Ultra Records.
The melodic track mixes rock, pop, and electronic elements to create a flowing track that can only be describes as pleasant. Seaver commented on his feelings that helped to shape the track.
The track is built around a pained style: a personal and soft voice telling an uplifting story…it’s ultimately something that’s powerful and moving, but it doesn’t come without a little bit of pain attached to it as well.
Upon the release of “Breathe”, Mako will head out on a 33-date North American tour in January of 2018 that envisions the project as a live four-piece featuring a guitarist, violinist, and drummer alongside Seaver on vocals and keys. See if Mako is coming to a city near you here.
Talk about an unlikely combination of artists. Dutch singer Mr. Probz and hip-hop star Anderson .Paak have linked up on a new single “Gone”. The track has been out for a little over a week and has been steadily racking in views on the official video which features both Probz and .Paak, which makes us think that