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Turning Up with Take/Five and his New Banger “Alone”

Written by: Jared Rapoza Artist Take/Five has taken over the trap scene of SoundCloud, with releases on Swang Collective, and most recently Tribal Trap, which is home to over 500,000 fans across all networks. Erin, aka Take/Five released his track “Alone”, with artist Delay, and within only a month, this epic masterpiece has garnered support from artists such as Ship Wrek, Bowie, and many more. We interviewed Erin about his legendary song, “Alone”. How did you and Delay first connect and begin collaborating? Early in 2015 I became part of an amazing music collective called Swang, which contains about 25 more »

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New Americana (Ryos Remix)

2 days into 2016 and we already have been given one of our biggest jams of the year.  This flip by Ryos takes Hasley’s silky smooth vocals on New Americana and give the track  new twist.  Ryos providing some heavy future vibes on this one then bringing in the trap in the most melodic of ways. It’s impossible not to find something about this song to love.  Big Ups Ryos and expect more from this guy in 2016.

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OTG-Flyest (Jayceeoh & Meaux Green Remix)

Both Jayceeoh and Meaux Green have been crushing it recently on their rise to the top of the trap game.  Well this time around they decided to team and the result as expected is nothing less then a top shelf Grade A banger.  The vocals work to get you energized and ready while once it drops it just leaves everything else behind and you find yourself instantly looking for your dancing shoes, or in some cases involuntarily start banging your head.  With killer percussion and the nastiest synths this song is a reminder of why we twerk.

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CONTRVBVND – The Dvrkside

As we all eagerly anticipate the release of Star Wars The Force Awakens,  CONTRVBVND helps contribute to the anticipation by releasing this new track “Darkside” which is a revamp of the iconic “Imperial March”.  The track an absolute rave banger, puts you directly in a rave from a galaxy far far away.  The stabbing synths and huge kicks will get your blood running while the classic “Imperial March” will get you flowing with nostalgia.  Filled with samples from Star Wars, this tune doesn’t miss a beat and this Sith Lord approved track will guaranteed get you hype and maybe even more »

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Autograf Release New Remix Along With Announcement of European Tour

It has been a big year for Autograf with all the projects they’ve released and all the well deserved recognition they are receiving. Today, they released another remix of the song “Drifting Away 2.0” by Faithless, an iconic electronic band in Europe. The remix has a chilling intro with strings and a haunted synth in the background. Piano comes in to relieve the tension of intro with a very dancey riff. The strings come back in to add tension until the drop comes in. Autograf did a great job with creating a groove with a driving bass, crisp hi hats, more »

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Destructo – Techno (C&T Remix) [FREE DL]

C&T (aka Che Johnson & Tyler Morris), hailing from New York, NY, have taken a stab at remixing Destructo’s newest single “Techno”. The original track, at 112 BPM, offers a heavy hitting, driving bass with the repeated phrase “nobody listen to techno”. This is very much in a style similar to the origins of techno, making use of simply a bass and some vocals, and creating an infectious groove with those elements. Destructo is definitely making reference to the origins of house music and how much it has changed in recent years by incorporating the repeated phrase, “nobody listens to techno”. more »

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Sam Tiba ‘Not Dead Yet’ EP

“This EP is about hope, about the moment the rain finally stops pouring, and the better days that will follow. It’s the sound of the first piercing glimpse of the sun, and from the intro to the outro, Not Dead Yet is a musical voyage from darkness to light” – Sam Tiba. Tracklisting: 1 – Still Breathing 2 – U Just Have to Be U 3 – Sunshine Pulse (feat. SIROJ) 4 – Not Dead Yet 5 – Amor Fati Listen to the full “Not Dead Yet” EP on Spotify or Deezer.

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ODEZSA’s Foreign Family Shares Kasbo’s “World Away”

“ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective is earning a reputation for curating the next wave of up and coming electronic artists… [‘World Away’] is one of those lush, instrumental pieces of electronic melancholia that feels instantly familiar, liquid nostalgia siphoned into wordless, random vocal samples and clattering beats.” – Stereogum   ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective has unveiled their fifth release, Kasbo’s “World Away,” an exciting original track from the 19-year-old Swedish producer. As an artist inspired by hip-hop, indie, and R&B, Kasbo has cultivated and refined his dynamic, genre-bending production style that’s rooted in musicality. Soulful, evocative, and melody-rich – Kasbo’s inimitable more »

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Vice City Makes Official Buygore Debut in Lights EP

Vice City Makes Official Buygore Debut in Lights EP Available Now For Stream & Purchase here Coming hot off of their first unofficial release via Buygore Records with a heavy trap EP, Vienna, Vice City is back in their first official BG release, Lights, now available for purchase via Beatport, Spotify, and iTunes. Hailing from the South – Vice City began their musical careers as individual solo projects, Freiheit & SON!X, meeting by way of the internet via online collaborations. This Texas & Florida native had the same creative vision, and after winning a few remix competitions together, the next more »

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Round-Up Your Friends & Go Watch “We Are Your Friends”

We do not normally write movie reviews here at Trapstyle but this time we have to make an exception for We Are Your Friends. The film tells the story of Cole Carter (Zach Efron), a struggling DJ, hoping to make it big time to realize his dreams of becoming a major record producer.   Cole and his friends are from the San Fernando Valley, that place on the other side of the hill where it’s always blazing hot and it never seems to end. They each have their own aspirations as to what they want to do, but the common goal is more »

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