Fans of Seven Lions’ melodic dubstep sound certainly have plenty to be excited about with his new release. Freesol (feat. Skyler Stonestreet) is the latest entry from Seven Lions, a producer from Santa Barbara California. He exploded onto the scene with Strangers, a song that performed so well that it was featured on Now! That’s What I Call Music. His 2016 album “Creation” reached number 1 on the U.S. Dance charts, but already ahs released several non-album singles since. Seven Lions has multiple types of genres in his repertoire ranging from Trance to Dubstep, but for Freesol he went with the… Read More
A little less than a month ago, Getter announced the launch of “Shred Collective”; his own label, clothing brand, and artist collective… basically a website where you can get completely immersed in the “vibe”, “aesthetic”, and all things Getter related. Plus, he released the label’s debut track, a grimey, heavy hitting, and distinctively Getter tune, “Inhalant Abuse”. But now, the producer is branching away from his electronic sound and trading in his signature “suh dude’s” for full rap bars with his latest surprise project. Yesterday, Getter unveiled Shred Collective’s second release, “Upperc… Read More
One of Chicago’s hottest up and coming artists, Louis The Child, just released their Love is Alive EP, out now on Ultra Music. Featuring three previously unreleased tracks, the duo continues to push and blur the boundaries of dance and pop music.
Each of the six tracks highlight Louis The Child’s stellar production capabilities and continue to expand their diverse catalog of genres. The first track of the EP, “Go”, is an indie pop song with mainstream appeal, featuring bubbly production and the first vocal performance from Louis The Child’s own Freddy Kennett. “Slow Down Love (feat. Chelsea… Read More
You know Dillon Francis. You may also know his various alter egos: Emo Preston, Rave Dad, Becky, and Greg. Well, the notorious of them all, the “Oprah of Deep House”, DJ Hanzel, has done the impossible, gone “One Deeper” with multi-million dollar TV network, TBS. Francis has teamed up with the TV giants for a short YouTube series titled “One Deeper Talks”, where he interviews some of EDM’s finest including Calvin Harris, Jauz, Kaskade, Tokimonsta, and many more. The series is reminiscent of Zach Galifianakis’ “Between Two Ferns”, but instead of a comedian doing the interviewing, it’s Francis… Read More
With the ever-expanding heavy electronic music scene rising to the peak of its popularity in recent months, especially in the Bass Capital, it is no question some of the biggest names in dubstep (Skism, 12th Planet, Midnight Tyrannosaurus) are gathering influence from heavy synthesizers and repetitive beats to bring the new “riddim” trend (deriving from the Jamaican pronunciation of the English word “rhythm”; structurally containing minimalistic layers, sawtooth-style repetition and few chorus filters) to modern day electronic music.
Artists from across the world are bringing the refined sou… Read More
Flosstradamus has hooked up with bass king Mayhem and famed Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame on “Back Again.” The track is the first release since the former duo announced both their split and that Flosstradamus would be carried on as a solo project by Curt Cameruci. The underlying message of the song: HDYNATION is back and here to stay. Hinting at even more music to come, Cameruci said the following in a statement to fans:“SUPER STOKED FOR ALL THE NEW MUSIC COMING OUT, FIRST UP “BACK AGAIN” WITH THE HOMIES MAYHEM AND WAKA FLOCKA. THIS SONG GOES OUT TO ALL OF THE HDYNATION AND THEIR INCREDIBLE… Read More
ZHU has become notorious for maintaining an elusive aura. He’s constantly keeping his future plans under wraps and surprising us with music releases. His latest endeavor “THE BLACKLIZT” is no different. A few days ago the LA producer took to social media to post a grungy black and white video to tease his new track, “Nightcrawler”, but the message behind the video is what has everyone talking.
In the video, we can see a group of people carrying a casket through a cemetery and written on that casket is the names of several producers including Marshmello, The Chainsmokers, Afrojack, and David… Read More
Tyler Nally, AKA GNAR GNAR is most notably known for his recent collaborations on Bassnectar's last two albums 'Unlimited' & 'Into The Sun'. Both collaborative songs "Generate" and "Dream Catcher" have a comedic dynamic between the two going from an audible headband assault narrated by the looping vocals yelling "live and direct" to Dreamcatcher's almost cinematic build to a imaginative nasa blast off. Well, GNAR GNAR has recently released his new song "Monument" and its the angry, lip-curling, off-shoot of what sounds like tribal based metal music gone electronic. Starting off with tribal dru… Read More
The dutch duo “Blasterjaxx” are back, with their brand new EP “XX Files” featuring the classic sounds of one of House music’s biggest names. Released through their sublabel of Spinnin’ Records “Maxximize”, it’s the pairs’ first EP release since 2013’s Koala and it was definitely worth the wait.
The EP kicks off with one of the previously released singles “Collide,” a song that is tailor made to open sets with. It has all the traits of a festival banger, and it would not be a shock to hear it out at a show this summer. Two more tracks worth highlighting are the songs “More” and “Revelation”. “… Read More
I.Y.F.F.E brings a Brazilian twist to the Circus camp with a seriously uplifting aural workout. Hitting the scene in early 2013 his productions have found favour with the likes of Dim Mak and Monstercat and now it’s the second time for Circus Records to let him flex his producing muscles after his collaboration track with Holly - Big Time Player on Circus Three!
The main vocal and chords seem to be teleported from the early 90͛s, channeling the energy and vibe of the rave era while the drop kicks you in the proverbial, with its bangs, klangs and crashes hitting you into next week.
I.Y.F.F.… Read More
After lengthy pleading from his fans, NGHTMRE finally gave in. Yesterday, the Mad Decent artist uploaded his bootleg remix of Travis Scott’s “Goosebumps” onto his Soundcloud. For months, the heavy trap artist has been playing the remix in his live sets, prompting fans to obsess over the unreleased track and demand for its release. It seems the cry out for an upload was heard, as NGHTMRE finally threw the song on Soundcloud. The producer from North Carolina just wrapped a massive U.S. tour with fellow Icon Collective music school duo Slander, and the future looking even brighter for one of 2016’… Read More
The genre mad-man Kayzo recently sat down on Diplo's segment on BBC radio for a one hour exclusive mix. After an immensley successful year and tour, Kayzo has been pushing alot larger names aside as his music and stage prescence demands the respect from audiences and artists alike. With his recent stop at Colorado's Fox theater, myself and a few other Global employees caught his perfeormance and was compleltey shocked. Kayzo's live mixing abilities allow him to play just about everything under the sun. From hip-hop, hardstyle, and even pendulum, Kayzo seriously grabbed my pretentious snout and… Read More