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The Riddim Chronicles: Al Ross

Alexander Al Ross, a funny guy with a rave queen side just played a set of banging dubs alongside his friends Uber, Sudden Death, and Yakz in Huntington Beach, CA and we caught up with him after to get the low down on the old/new hype called Riddim. If you haven’t heard the newest trigger word in the electronic music scene, it may be time to get out and get some sunlight. Al Ross has been pushing this underground wave of bass that gets mosh pits going and makes stank faces come out for some time now. With releases on more »

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Sol Rising Releases New Single “Rise Up”

Electronic music producer Sol Rising continues his exploration into downtempo beats with his new single “Rise Up.” It’s a mid-tempo house tune featuring a the brilliant guitar of Sol Risings friend Brandon Fox. A soulful high pitched vocal sample accompanied by swinging percussion set the uplifting vibe.   Following the success of his recent full length album, ‘The Chillout Sessions’ , Sol Rising has been hard at work on completing several new albums and remixes to be released continuously over the next few months. He continues to tour with MC Yogi, and several festivals, most notably Wanderlust Yoga Festival. (Listen Here) Instagram  Spotify  more »

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ILLENIUM Releases ‘Ashes Remixes’ album via Seeking Blue Records

ILLENIUM ANNOUNCES ‘ASHES Remixes’ Album Available via Seekings Blue Records Download Stream This year has been a big one for Colorado producer Nick Miller aka ILLENIUM including the release of his debut album “Ashes” and remixes by the interests of The Chainsmokers and Flume. Bringing 2016 to a perfect end, ILLENIUM who is currently touring the US releases ‘Ashes Remixes’ which features an incredible list of currently thriving artists including Synchronice, Just A Gent, Crystal Skies, Virtu, K?d, Ryan Exley, William Black, Kill Paris, FURY, Dabin, Hazey Eyes, Ryan Exley, it’s Different, T-Mass & LZRD and Mr FijiWiji. ILLENIUM’s remix of Flume’s “Say It (feat. more »

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DC Breaks & Prolix – Embargo / Infinity – Out Now!

With two brand new cuts, for their next single the drum & bass duo DC Breaks have teamed up with an underground heavyweight, a collaboration which was only rumoured until Friction’s first play on Radio1. Label head of Trend Kill Recordings and an artist who’s toured extensively since his first output, Prolix has joined forces with DC Breaks, a familiar name for hardened fans and newcomers alike.  With releases on some of the most prolific labels, this collaboration sees Prolix’s welcome return to the RAM Records imprint. Both parties have already gained international recognition, stacking up a huge array of tour dates between them, stretching from mainstream festivals to the more more »

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Instrumental Dance Music Innovator ‘PLANTRAE’ Releases New Single ‘Invisible Forest’

Track Listing 1. Invisible Forest Written, produced and mixed by Zak Alston Viola, piano, guitar, + by Zak Alston Mastering by Bob Macc at Subvert Central Free download available on Bandcamp Plantrae’s new single ‘Invisible Forest’  is about remembering to see whats right in front of us~   ‘Invisible Forest’ opens serenely with gritty, melancholic keys, but quickly builds into Plantrae’s signature blend of moving beats, vivid melodies, and haunting viola. The track brings instrumental, analogue warmth together with a hint of darkness, deepening the finely curated blend of acoustic and electronic influences the producer has become known for. Solo producer and more »

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JOYRYDE releases new single “Damn” featuring Freddie Gibbs

JOYRYDE releases new single “Damn” featuring Freddie Gibbs   Listen to Joyryde-curated Axwell ‘Weekend Weapons’ Spotify playlist Still riding the wave from his widely supported OWSLA debut “Hot Drum,” JOYRYDE is back with a rap-meets-trap game-changer titled “Damn,” featuring Indiana-based rapper Freddie Gibbs. With a mixture of rhythmic vocals and heavy drops, this track has the dynamic appeal that has bolstered JOYRYDE’s swift rise to stardom.  “After I made the instrumental for this record, I found it very hard to fit a vocal on it,” JOYRYDE said. “Most verses I tried were lazy and too ‘styled out.’ Freddie’s vocal crushed it. The man has a serious sense of rhythm more »

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