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Mo Vibez Teams Up with Explore for Dreamy Future Beat Collaboration; ‘What I Need’

Mo Vibez has returned with fresh new fire straight from the kitchen, along with producer Explore with their collaboration ‘What I Need’. Known for his hard hitting drums and smooth melodies, as well as pumping out banger after banger after banger, Mo Vibez is a well respected hustler. The two have previously appeared together on the Josh Pan track ‘Killshots’ which dominated the beats scene roughly a year ago and was a staple for dance floor mosh pits at clubs and events. With a heartbeat pulsing kick drum and the washed out, ethereal vocals from “Explore”, ‘What I Need’ takes more »

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Big Boss’ Remixes Keys N Krates x KRANE’s ‘Right Here’

Melbourne’s Big Boss most definitely has his own unique style when it comes to his production; mixing in tons of different sounds with each and every one of his tracks.  His soundcloud is full of one heavy banger after another. This latest release is a remix to the very popular trio, Keys N Krates collab with KRANE; Right Here.  The original track is a super feel good, electronic track; with catchy vocals to match; giving it that Keys N Krates sound that fans have grown to love. Still keeping some of that uplifting feels with the vocals, Big Boss put a super more »

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Nitti Gritti and Jupe Drop Genre-Fluid Track ‘Famous’ [FREE DOWNLOAD]

We’re in an interesting time for genres in the US. EDM is rapidly expanding every day, being the fastest growing genre of our time. Simultaneously, with The Chainsmokers’ success, Future Bass and EDM-heavy production in general has been bleeding into Pop music. On top of that, popular Rap music in general has become Trap music with verses on top, lending itself better to EDM. Nitti Gritti and Jupe’s latest track ‘Famous‘ seems to be representitive of the freedom granted by such an indefinite state of music genres. ‘Famous’ kicks things off with a Rap style straight out of Travis Scott‘s more »

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Axwell Λ Ingrosso Release Their Highly Anticipated Debut EP “More Than You Know”

Axwell Λ Ingrosso have finally unveiled their first EP More Than You Know. Since their headlining performance at Ultra Music Festival, the duo previewed much of the EP’s material and set fan expectations high. The title track in particular had resounding reactions from everyone in Miami to everyone watching the live stream. On top of that, the new EP showcases the melodic style and catchy production they have built their reputations on, but also includes songs that venture into new territory for Axwell Λ Ingrosso. More Than You Know begins with the title track, which will certainly be heard in festival sets to come. more »

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Coming Soon: Riff Raff in Melbourne @ Max Watts, 11th June.

When you have label affiliations from Swishahouse to Mad Decent and collaborated with the likes of Diplo, Action Bronson, the Far East Movement and Katy Perry amongst others, as well as tried to ‘out Franco’ James Franco, it’s safe to say you’re not boring. The Freestyle Scientist, the Neon Icon, the Peach Panther, the Aquaberry Aquarius; Horst “Riff Raff” Simco is anything but boring. Let’s not make it about all the glitter though, if you think he can’t rap then you’re dead wrong. “Yeah, Neato, I beat up the block like Stephen Segal, pour a four of Pellegrino, driving backwards through more »

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Sandro Silva Is Changing It Up With His New EP Ambition

When the name Sandro Silva comes to mind, I think Electro, big heavy, house bangers; the last thing I would think of is Trap. But that certainly all changed today. His new EP Ambition, which just dropped today, is a huge jump from the music I’ve been hearing him put out over the years; but I’m definitely not complaining. Ambition showcases a whole new side to Sandro Silva, while still sticking slightly to his roots. The first track on the EP “Break Yo Neck,” completely threw me for a loop, like I said, when I think of him I think more »

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Feed Me Releases His Long Awaited Existential Crisis EP

Feed Me has released his first full-length EP on mau5trap since Feed Me’s Escape from Electric Mountain. His last few EPs were released on Sotto Voce Records, but his newest was completed while on tour with deadmau5, hence the logical release on his label. The new EP is titled Feed Me’s Existential Crisis, and it may not be as long as his last one but makes up for that in content. The individual tracks from the release express experimentation while staying true to Feed Me’s signature sound. The EP gets off to a very strong start with “Existential Crisis,” which more »

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Joyzu’s New Single Is EXACTLY What We’ve Been Looking For

Joyzu has become one of the hottest rising duos right now, with their most recent hit single “Humans,” which was released on Armada Music, as well as playing festivals like Snowglobe, Bass Camp and upcoming ones like The Untz and BUMP; it’s clear Carson Willms and Quinton Pope are here to stay.  Their tracks have already gotten some huge recognition, from a Tomorrowland compilation as well as being featured on The Martin Garrix Show and most recently on David Guetta’s Radio show.  If you haven’t listened to their tracks yet, I highly recommend you get on that. These two have more »

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Free Download: Hikeii – I Write Sins Not Tragedies

If you need new remixes in your life Hikeii has the supply to meet your demand. Based out of LA, at a young age Hikeii is bringing East Coast “Jersey Club” sounds to the golden coast. If you aren’t familiar with Jersey Club I suggest doing a little research before continuing, but if your just in the mood for good music you’re in luck. Most of the time when one thinks of remixes they think of new sounds and more being added to original tracks but in the case of Hikeii’s Jersey Club remixes its the exact opposite. Combining minimal more »

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Free Download: Spirit of Us – Dance Music

Since 2016, good progressive house has become increasingly hard to find.  The genre slipped more quietly out of the mainstream than others.  Big room house was confronted by a huge downfall while 2010-2012 era electro house and dubstep also took a clear backseat in recent years.  But progressive house didn’t seem to disappear for any reason other than that artists wanting to take their music in other directions.  Regardless, it’s still possible to find good progressive house music once in a while.  Sprit of Us shows that even the style of progressive house that Eric Prydz and deadmau5 are known for more »

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Louis Futon’s latest remix masterpiece samples Frank Ocean

If you thought Louis Futon was done fucking the game up after his delicious remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “PRIDE”, then you were wrong by a long shot. Returning to Facebook, Futon asked his fans which song to sample for his next beat challenge before settling on Frank Ocean’s “Solo” off of Ocean’s most recent LP ‘Blonde’. Tackling “Solo” would be quite an arduous task for an unprepared musician. Between the heavily moody feel of the track driven by the detuned organ piano, and Frank’s super loose, almost freeform delivery of the lyrics; any hopeful remixers would have their work cut out more »

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EDC Charity Week is Creating Memories of a Lifetime

  Watch The EDC Week Charity Auction Video Here EDC Charity Week is back again for its third year; and even better! Since the first EDC Charity Week in 2015, over $200,000 has been raised for many local non profits. This year Insomniac, along with eBay for charity, hope to raise money for the Boys and Girls clubs in Southern Nevada. Insomniac already released the first phase of the charity auctions back in March and have now released phase 2 for this years EDC Charity Week Auctions. There are 30 incredible experiences that attendees have the options to bid on now through this Thursday May 11th at more »

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Sunday Service Remixes Adventure Club’s “Firestorm”

“Firestorm” was one of the major singles from Adventure Club’s debut album Red // Blue last year, and remains one of the most successful. It hinted at a different direction for them by demonstrating less of their signature melodic dubstep and showing their diversity by incorporating more chill and mellow trap sounds. Sunday Service remixed it in a way that takes the original to all new territory. The Sunday Service remix offers a louder, more powerful future bass drop that feels more suitable for a song titled “Firestorm.” The lyrics, which were arguably the strongest part of the original song, flow well more »

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Galantis Experiments With New Sounds On Their Latest Single

Galantis has shot up in popularity since the release of “Runaway” and their album, keeping the spotlight on themselves with regular singles ever since. They’ve now become major headliners at festivals around the United States and the world, with one of the most recent revelations being Electric Zoo. The new singles they’ve been consistently putting out since the second half of 2016 show their ability to remain diverse in the world of house music. However, their newest single, “Hunter,” takes their sound in a completely separate direction. Most of the recent singles from Galantis, including “Pillow Fight” and their Hook more »

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Lil Uzi Vert – XO TOUR Llif3 (Produced By TM88)

Coachella Valley Music & Arts // Playboi Carti With Lil Uzi Vert “Two of rap’s most buzzed about young stars came together during one of their Coachella sets: Playboi Carti appeared to perform “Woke Up Like This” during collaborator Lil Uzi Vert’s Sunday appearance.” –Rolling Stone Magazine  “Lil Uzi Vert is, for better or for worse, yanking people into the future, a world in which rap is a swirling kaleidoscope of post-regional styles and post-genre sounds…Uzi is the proper arrival, pushing that sound into more colorful, gleeful territory with the help of a murderers’ row of current producers.” – noisey more »

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Scandroid Drops New Star Wars Themed Single

Scandroid has begun to gain more attention this year, especially with the release of his remixed album “Dreams of Neo-Tokyo.”  However, he released a new single the other day which has already become his number one song on iTunes: “The Force Theme.”  The song includes melodies familiar to any Star Wars fan, focusing primarily on the “Binary Sunset” theme but also incorporating the even more recognizable main title sequence melody.  Combining John Williams’ powerful orchestral music with the electronic, almost robotic feel of synthwave is a somewhat unexpected move.  However, the track brings the two different vibes together well, and with all the droids more »

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