Danny de Graaf, aka David Gravell, is one of the quickest rising stars in the EDM scene. David has been on fire the last year and has just released a miraculous compilation titled ‘Discover'. Through his Beatport topping tracks or his fist-pumping high-energy sets, Gravell never fails to impress. With support by some of the The post David Gravell Exclusive Interview & Guest Mix The Recipe Volume 010 appeared first on EDM Sauce.
GT & Wildfire have dropped the highly-anticipated follow-up single to their Summer 2016 belter Not Alone. Now, they deliver the very fresh new tune “Little Dance” featuring Pamp Le Mousse. Leading on from earlier releases which have clocked some serious airtime on radio shows by the likes of Treasure Fingers, Sinden and Sam Feldt to The post GT & Wildfire Team Up To Drop “Little Dance” Exclusive Premiere appeared first on EDM Sauce.
In rebooting a classic, an artist always needs to produce with caution in order to maintain the integrity of the original. In rebooting 1995's Grammy-award winning song of the year, however, it is especially important to maintain that integrity. Men of Mexico City, Tom & Collins, recently re-imagined that song: “Give Me One Reason” by The post Tom & Collins Re-Imagine “Give Me One Reason” with Deep Dance Undertones appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Limbic Void has returned with a magical new EP and the Norwegian producer has spun his sultry dark pop sound across four delicious tracks that will make you swoon. Following last year's debut, Limbic Void's sophomore The Alternate Life EP is a soulful, ethereal escape into modern pop music. Stream Limbic Void's sophomore EP below. The post Limbic Void – The Alternate Life EP appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Yury impressed with his last single “Life Is.” and his new original is equally as exciting. “Acetate” is reminiscent of old-school hip hop with a modern mentality, showcasing Yury's hard-hitting grungy vocals and dynamic production abilities. Yury's latest is sure to be an instant favorite. Stream “Acetate” below. The post Yury – Acetate appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Crizzly and Prismo join forces for a heavy-hitting stomper that is sure to be a cornerstone of their sets for the next year. “Crunk and Wired” is a malicious barrage of shaky synth screeches and hi hat sputters. A track designed to cause convulsions on the dance floor, the two bass behemoths do what they do best on this unapologetic thrasher.Grab it as a free download today.Free Download
A pioneer of the dubstep scene since its swell in the early 2000s, Flux Pavilion has built a multifaceted career in dance music that many seek to attain. Outside of his own productions and solo project, the UK beat-smith also champions his own imprint, Circus Records, that has bred some of dubstep’s finest young talent. Among the newest names to emerge from the label is rising producer Wooli.With touring experience alongside bass favorites Excision, SpagHeddy, and Bear Grillz, Wooli looks to continue his upward trajectory with a new ear-splitting single, “Back.” While the build is a tension-swelling assortment of hard kick strikes and eerie melodies, the New York-based producer shines in his crisp yet thrashing drop of scraping, snarling composition.Stream Wooi’s “Back” below, exclusively on Dancing Astronaut.Read More:Watch Flux Pavilion create a track in 10 minutesCircus Records Winter MixtapeFlux Pavilion is embarking on his ‘Around The World in 80 Raves’ tour
On Saturday, we asked our readers which of the four “Let Me Love You” remixes they think represent the best take on DJ Snake and Justin Bieber‘s original track. Receiving treatment from the likes of Marshmello, Tiësto, Don Diablo and Zedd, the track has represented one of the most defining sounds in the EDM/pop crossover realm this year. Now, with all four of its official remixes out, our readers have ranked them from best to worst. With over 1,100 votes in total, the Twitter poll was filled by a whopping 50% with votes for Zedd. His remix saw the original’s lyrics and more laid back vibe, and raised it to a completely new level of energy and abstract sound design. Coming in at second place was Marshmello with 26% of the vote. Featuring his usual combination of squeaky vocal chops and a buzzing bass synth, its lack of unique character prevented it from taking the spot away from Zedd’s truly experimental and powerful remix. Don Diablo’s received 15% of the vote, and Tiësto’s only earned 9%. Which remix of "Let Me Love You" was your favorite?https://t.co/iCaU1KqKOx — Your EDM (@YourEDM) December 17, 2016 Check out all four the “Let Me Love You” remixes below, and join us in tipping our hats to Zedd for one fantastic flip! Image: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM Readers Have Spoken, Zedd’s “Let Me Love You” Remix Is No. 1
Majestic Casual has brought a hot new record through the pipeline from Night Tales. The Australian duo made up of the producer Third Floor and former Olympic Ayres frontman Kamaliza dropped their single “Move You” which is exactly what it is going to do. “Move You” isn’t your typical electronic track. Night Tales take from several different genres, bringing in elements from house music and 80’s sounds for a timeless treat. It’s not something you’d expect to be hearing in the poppy landscape that has seemingly taken over the electronic world, but it’s a worthwhile break that stands out above the now crowded space of dance music. “Move You” is currently available for those looking to spice up their digital libraries today.