Roseville drops nostalgic rework of Paramore’s ‘Misery Business’

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Hailing from Chi-town, DJ/producer Roseville has provided listeners with a rework of the major throwback that is Paramore’s “Misery Business.”  The rework maintains the feels of the original, yet adds a contemporary/2018 sound to it. Roseville revives the verses as well as the nostalgic chorus over a steady drum beat that is accompanied by a strong bass-line and bubbling lead. It’s no surprise the producer has gained support from dance music power players and fellow Chicagoians Louis The Child and Whethan.

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NMF Roundup: Tritonal shines bright, Whethan leaves a sweet aftertaste, and Camila Cabello goes grey

NMF Roundup: Tritonal shines bright, Whethan leaves a sweet aftertaste, and Camila Cabello goes grey

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

 

Tritonal shines bright with the release of his carbonated synth single “Shinin’ Bright.”

Whethan leaves a saccharine aftertaste with the release of his newest electro pop ballad “Aftertaste.”

Netflix has released the soundtrack to their biggest budget film yet in Bright, and Camila Cabello injects her vivacious pop fervor into “Crown.”

Two friends turn up the volume with their latest  bubbly, future bass inspired hit featuring Kevin Writer “Just a Kid.”

Blast from the past: HVPPY HOUR is here to incite a frenzy with the release of his remix of the Skrillex edition of “Levels.” People don’t forget.

The melodic energy that Camo & Crooked produce with their characteristic atmospheric synths and rapid fire drum lines is intangible, so get with the feeling.

SNBRN’s winter sessions mix is the perfect amalgamation of all things house, turn on the fireplace and get shakin’!

12 days of rave gets even better today because Ducky has released his set of DJ Tools, much to the delight of producers looking to hermit themselves in the studio over the holidays.

 

 

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Whethan talks tour life, waffles and Good Nights

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Touring across North America with close friends and having full control each set is not a feat that many people can say they’ve accomplished, let alone by the age of 18. Proudly hailing from Chicago, Ethan Snoreck started off like many other aspiring producers, putting together beats and remixing songs, then uploading them to his SoundCloud account. Fast forward two years later and known better by his stage-name, Whethan, the Chi-town native has tackled his dreams and turned them into his reality.

Snoreck’s break into the scene was aided by his Skrillex, who invited out to open for his idol during the record OWSLA pool party in 2017, and quickly garnered attention to his name. With the support from one of the largest names in the dubstep scene and an already quirky quirky to wheat crackers, it’s no surprise his name was instantly recognizable, and talent indisputably apparent.

The blooming talent is currently in the midst of his headlining “Good Nights” tour, where he has already performed in cities across the East Coast while being supported by friends like SAINT WKND, and Ashe. With the recent releases of some brand new music, and the announcement of his NYE set at Dillon Francis‘ Ultra VIP NYE Experience, we caught up with Whethan to talk about how he’s adjusting to tour life, and his immense success over the last year. 

Throughout 2017, you’ve gained a ton of success with your music, and a fanbase that extends around the world. Is there a specific moment from this year that rings true to your success?

 

Red Rocks was the one that really did it for me. The fact that I got to play on the same stage as some of the most iconic musicians of all time was absolutely surreal! It was also one of my favorite sets I’ve ever put together so while Lollapalooza and Coachella were ridiculous, Red Rocks was definitely my favorite show so far. 

 

Five singles and a handful of remixes later, you’ve put out a lot of new music this year. Is there any thought of an EP or album in the near future? Even if not, can we expect any upcoming collaborations after the tour has concluded?

 

Yes, I’m currently working on my album. It’s my main goal right now and once I get off the road, I’m going to lock myself in my house, get a case of peach tea, 100 boxes of waffles, and finally finish this thing. I’ve been working on it for a while now, and it’s grown into something a lot bigger than I thought it would. There are a ton of features from artists all across the spectrum so I think everyone will have a song to connect with. 

 

You’ve travelled around with future-bass duo Louis The Child a little bit this year, tell us about your friendship with Robby & Freddy, and the success you’ve all seen since growing past Chicago’s music scene.

 

What can I say? They’re family. We came from different places in Chicago, suburb wise, and now we literally live 5 minutes away from each other. It’s a weird and wild ride that we’re all on and I’m just happy to have them in my boat. We’re always collabing and hanging out, bouncing ideas off one another, and honestly just having fun. Having true friends that you can count on is important , and I’d put those guys at the top of my list for sure. 

 

You’ve managed to accomplish a ton of things that many 18 year olds haven’t – do you ever feel like you’ve missed out on doing “teenage” things?

 

That’s a tricky one for me. It’s a little bit of both honestly. On one hand, I don’t think I missed out on too much because I graduated from high school in the normal 4 year time period and had a ton of fun the whole time. But on the other hand, yes because I’m not going to college like the rest of the people my age. That being said, being out on the road so much I sometimes feel like this is my own personal version of college. Travelling can teach you a lot about yourself and the people around you and I’m forever grateful to the experiences I’ve had so far. I wouldn’t want to live my life any other way so to worry about what I’ve “missed out” on is just something that doesn’t cross my mind. 

 

With the Good Nights’ tour going around every major city this fall, you’re on the go for the rest of the year. Besides your hometown, is there a particular city that holds a place in your heart?

 

Well first and foremost, every city we go to has a special place in my heart. How could they not? My fans are amazing and they show SO much love! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had people come up to me at the end of a show and give me something they made just for me. Pins, posters, shirts…you name it. I actually just met a fan who had my logo tattooed on him, which was wild! But if I had to pick one place besides Chicago, I would have to say Los Angeles. LA is my new hometown and I don’t have any plans to live anywhere else. It was the first show of the tour and I couldn’t have been any more nervous, but as soon as the lights went down and the curtain came up I was locked in. It was one hell of a way to start this awesome journey across the country.

 

What’s the biggest challenge you’ve found living on a tour bus, and how have you coped with said challenge?

 

I mean there’s a lot of challenges that you could run into on tour bus but I’ve got some great friends out here on the road that make all those challenges go away. It really comes down to the people you surround yourself with. I have my good days and my bad days but my tour fam is always there to remind me that we’re the luckiest people in the world.

 

You’ve also just announced your plans for New Year’s Eve, playing at Dillon Francis’ Ultra VIP NYE Experience in Los Angeles – what should fans expect from that show that’s different from your sets on tour?

 

I play new music at every show but I might break out some ultra-rare VIP sounds for that one.

 

In a past interview with Billboard, you mentioned that you ended up working with one of your idols, Skrillex, in the studio. Will that collab every officially come to light?

 

Trust me, I’ve heard that question a million times. I guess we’ll all just have to wait and see what happens. We’re both super busy and are constantly doing a million things at once so I think it’s just a matter of time. 

Buy tickets to Whethan’s tour here 

 

Dates: 

10.24 Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero

10.25 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

10.26 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

 

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The Radar 100: Mixed by Whethan

Whethan unveils brief Bearson collaboration “Tour Beats One”

Whethan releases short but sweet track “Na Boca do Sol”

The Radar 100: Mixed by Whethan

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The Radar celebrates its 100th episode with none other than Whethan, whose mix is his set from the legendary Red Rock Ampitheatre. The Chicago based producer ascended into the electronic music scene at the age of 17 thanks to his remix of “XE3” by Mssingno, which has garnered over 9 million plays on SoundCloud to date. Whethan may not be of legal drinking age, but that isn’t stopping him from headlining some of the top venues in the U.S. and collaborating with the likes of Charli XCX and Flux Pavillion.

His upbeat Radar mix showcases his ability to seamlessly blend mainstream pop and rap music into surprising electronic drops that blend perfectly to create a cohesive and dynamic set. From riding in the car to pre-gaming on Saturday night, Whethan’s mix is the perfect backdrop for multi-genre loving listeners.

 

 

 

Check out Whethan live in the coming weeks as he continues his East Coast tour, and purchase tickets here.

 

October 21 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage

October 24 Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero

October 25 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

October 26 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

 

 

Tracklist:

1.     Intro

2.     Love Gang – Whethan

3.     Wheaty x bearson bus beat 14.     Oliver Tree Whethan – Enemy

5.     Untitled as well

6.     All You Ever Talk About

7.     Its Strange (Whethan Show Edit)

8.     Wild Thoughts (Medasin remix)

9.     Chance The Rapper – All Night (Louis the Child remix)

10.  Lorde – Perfect Places (Remix)

11.  Somebody Else

12.  Alive (Empire of the Sun)

13.  Some Boise

14.  City of the rose

15.  Synths with bangs

16.  Day n Nite – Lotus Eater

17.  Hyperparadise – Dot Dot

18.  Max – 10 Victoria Secret Models

19.  Backseat XE3

20.  High (Live Edit)

21.  I can’t stop – droe san holo

22.  Rockstar – post malone

23.  Falling – Opia

24.  Banks Better Edit

25.  Flume – On Top

26.  CANT HIDE – Whethan

27.  Midnight to monaco – suicide remix

28.  Genghis khan (louis the child remix)

29.  Porter R – Lionhearted

30.  Sensations

31.  Sleepy Eyes – Elohim

32.  When I’m down – Whethan & Oliver Tree

33.  Good Nights – Whethan

34.  Savage – Whethan

 

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Whethan unveils brief Bearson collaboration ‘Tour Beats One’

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As a staple of the future bass scene, Whethan releases are consistent, and treasured by his fanbase. Responsible for indie-tinged, sun-kissed hits like “Savage” and “Good Nights,” Whethan has dropped a snippet of a work titled “Tour Beat One” — a collaboration with Bearson — sharing this in the Soundcloud description:

“First thing made on tour
not mixed
w/ @bearsonmusic

Whethan is currently deep into the Good Nights Tour, which will hit well over a dozen cities — upcoming stops include Orlando, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Whethan rose fast during the peak of future bass and now he’s expanded his into a wide variety of chill beats. The short and sweet “Tour Beat One” is an extension of a blossoming Whethan sound.

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Whethan returns with another collab alongside singer/producer Oliver Tree on “Enemy”

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LA-based producer Whethan is one of the hottest names in dance music right now and has released another jaw-dropping release “Enemy,” featuring singer/producer Oliver Tree. Premiered on Zane Lowe‘s Beats 1 Radio, the track is the artists’ second collaboration to date, following “When I’m Down.”

The track kicks off with a series of energetic piano chords and breaks down into guitar riffs that fit perfectly under Tree’s passionate vocals. The two LA residents add in some crunchy, looped synths on the first climax and high-pitched lead synths on the second that make for a feel-good, chill, indie pop/dance track.

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How Do Our Favorite Artists Stay Inspired? We Asked So You Can Feel Inspired Too

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We got to chat with Big Wild, Two Friends, Whethan, and ASADI at Electric Forest about how they keep up the creativity!

How Do Our Favorite Artists Stay Inspired? We Asked So You Can Feel Inspired Too

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We got to chat with Big Wild, Two Friends, Whethan, and ASADI at Electric Forest about how they keep up the creativity!

Whethan vs. Oliver Tree – When I’m Down (Bronze Whale Remix)

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From handling their own art, mixing, mastering and promotion, to starting their own label/collective Magic Magic in 2015, Bronze Whale has shown the world what can be accomplished with determination, endless drive and talent.

On their latest effort, the in-demand production duo reworks Whethan and Oliver Tree’s “When I’m Down” into an epic remix. Showing a keen understanding of when to let the original vocals breathe and when to use more ambitious production techniques, Bronze Whale creates a bouncy, unforgettable remix that’s the perfect addition to a house party playlist or club set.

 

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