Dutch duo Deepend has teamed up with Deb’s Daughter for a catchy house track titled “Every Little Thing.” The song, released via Spinnin’ Records, leads with vocals by Deb’s Daughter, eventually layering them on top of each other and juxtaposed against deep house chords. Deepend manages to merge the best parts of commercial pop with deep house, with a powerful bassline to power the whole concoction.Take a listen to the song via Spinnin’ Records YouTube channel below.Read More:Willco makes Fall Out Boy palatable in ‘I Don’t Care’ remix Stream Duke Dumont and Gorgon City’s uplifting new collaboration, ‘Real Life’Matoma & MAGIC! – Girl At Coachella ft. D.R.A.M. (Crankdat Remix)
Who doesn't love that funky disco sound? The producer Birdee pulls it off wonderfully on this new drop, “Give into Love.” With crisp vocal chops provided by Chloe Amber this has an irresistible summer sound. We'll definitley be keeping an eye out for more from Birdee and in the meantime “Give into Love” will be heavy in our music rotation. The post Birdee – Give Into Love ft. Chloe Amber appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Major Lazer have established a formidable reputation for dropping popular ‘riddims’ and high-profile remixes. The group has expertly tuned their sound over the year to make it appealing to a global audience.The group has teamed up with Moska for their latest undertaking, an interesting remix of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s tremendously popular Latin dance single “Despacito.” The original has amassed over 1.2 billion views on YouTube alone, joining the growing list of videos to cross the 1 billion mark.The remix features large sections derived from the original song, including the vocals and the guitar samples. The remix does, however, have the typical Major Lazer kick drum, adding a serious thump throughout. The main talking point, though, is the high-pitched bass drop.The remix has thus far been somewhat polarizing among the group’s fans but Major Lazer’s take on “Despacito” is still likely to be a chartbuster. Read More:Listen to Major Lazer’s high-energy rework of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You”Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with playlists from Deorro, Boombox Cartel and Dancing AstronautDeadmau5 debuts unreleased Feed Me in May BBC Radio 1 Residency mix
Marc Benjamin teams up with Taiwanese newcomer RayRay for their sultry, hard-hitting track "My Swag," out on Protocol. The track ventures into new territory for Marc Benjamin, delivering a fusion of electro/EDM style...
In addition to experiencing the joy of another year coming to an end, natives of Finland were treated to an especially significant New Year’s last night. As of today, the country has lived through 100 years of independence from Russia, with the adoption of the Finnish Declaration of Independence having been signed on December 6, 1917. In celebration of the nation’s immense milestone, many residents were treated to an extra special performance by one of the country’s most iconic music figues: Darude. As the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, Darude played out “Sandstorm” alongside fireworks and cheers. Watch the massive celebration below. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Finland Celebrates 100 Years Of Independence With Darude’s Sandstorm [VIDEO]
Makeup and Vanity Set oozes a pleasingly pulsating, alter-dimensional arpeggio of evocative 8-bits.In its established decorum of mollifying melodies and striking kick drums, MAVS’ scintillating sequences are served to the masses in a satisfyingly wide range of samplers, synthesizers, and handclaps. Having started producing in the late 90s on PCs and giant Rolands, MAVS has since moved into working with mod trackers on a multitude of film scores and said inspired works.In recent years, MAVS has moved from his integral role in the U.S.’s early electro scene to an under the radar pioneer of the ever-expanding, retro-tinged synthwave scene of Nashville, Tennessee. He’s garnered immense support through both Bandcamp and Last.fm, beginning with both of his 8-bit remixes for The Protomen and his dark-wave, 80s slasher-film inspired Charles Park Trilogy.His most renowned record, 88:88, marked his first official foray into film soundtrack. The notable number “A Glowing Light, A Promise,” serves as a driving marriage of his presently established sound. It’s undoubtedly an airy companion to the brooding score of the short film of the same name.Presently, MAVS is continuing to pave the way for the retro-inclined. His most recent release, an eight-track EP Syncro, is a marriage of his pursued styles — both the desolate and optimistic — and perfectly reimagines the electronic music of the past.“We have no future because our present is too volatile. We have only risk management. The spinning of the given moment’s scenarios. Pattern recognition,” he says preluding the new work.Syncro is the third EP in Makeup and Vanity Sets’ Neuromancer series completed by both Wavehymnal and Chrome. On the new installment, MAVS exudes a more accessible, dancefloor sound for his listeners than other works in the series. Most notably, he does so while maintaining the dark sonic elements that listeners flock towards. The record’s commencement is of a more distorted and glitchy milieu, similar to that of the previous Chrome, but transitions midway in “Pure Wave” to a cautiously optimistic conclusion to the looming dystopia.Purchase the album here.Read More:Sunday Morning Medicine: seeing extended family sucks, this playlist doesn’tLucy In Disguise – Echoes In Time