Get down to this new song just dropped by Felix Cartal, “Falling Down.” We’ve heard some good stuff from Felix before. But when I heard these frequencies hit, I knew this would be one to remember. The stellar sound design starts it out strong, and fifty seconds in things really get going on top of some killer house textures. Stream The post Felix Cartal – Falling Down appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Trent Reznor has finally released his much-anticipated Nine Inch Nails EP Not The Actual Events, which he made with his newest collaborator and bandmate, Atticus Ross. The five-tracker is “an unfriendly, fairly impenetrable record,” according to Reznor, and the first song he’s made available for listening, “Burning Bright (Fields On Fire),” certainly fits this idea. Chaotic as ever, we hear Reznor’s brash vocals accompanying angry, pounding electric guitar chords for an explosion of sound whose darkness is palpable.The EP also showcases Reznor’s unrelenting musical standards; nearly three decades after he founded the band, he remains fully capable of creating timeless, avant-garde sounds that maintain Nine Inch Nails’ reputation as one of the more forward-thinking bands in existence.Not The Actual Events is out today, December 23 — just in time to meet the 2016 deadline announced by Reznor one year ago.Spotify:Apple Music:Read More: Nine Inch Nails’ new EP ‘Not The Actual Events’ is coming this week 2016 will mark the return of Nine Inch Nails Watch This: Trent Reznor shares his love for Moog synthesizers
It’s safe to say that 2016 was nothing short of momentous for Anjunadeep alum Lane 8. After releasing his album Rise the year prior, he launched his This Never Happened imprint and live concept to bring human connection back into dance music. The resulting tour asked revelers to put away their cell phones on the dancefloor and focus on the music itself, earning high acclaim across its inaugural run.As the year comes to a close, Lane 8 presents followers with yet another edition of his seasonal mixtape series. Winter 2016 Mixtape takes listeners on a three hour journey where Lane 8 combines his own new music with a series of emotive and deep cuts. He ventures into techier, darker zones of deep and progressive house in addition to his usual blissfully melodic offerings, showcasing the direction he’s taken his own music in general as of late.Listen to the full mix below.Read More:Lane 8 invites human connection back into the club with This Never Happened InterviewRÜFÜS – Innerbloom (Lane 8 Remix)Lane 8 releases new single ‘With Me’ in preparation for fall tour
Deadmau5’s penchant for hip hop recently resulted in his Shotty Horroh collaboration “Okay,” a slick hip hop track combining vintage string samples with Zimmerman’s classy sound design. Now deadmau5 is continuing down that path, officially unveiling another new collaboration with the Manchester-based rapper.The pair’s new piece is titled “Legendary,” a quick hip hop number with a dark instrumental and heavy grime appeal. The two-minute arrangement is dominated by a growling bassline from Zimmerman and two savvy verses from Shotty Horroh.Deadmau5 has previously expressed his admiration for working with Horroh, writing on Twitter: “I should just produce a whole album for Shotty Horroh… dudes so easy to work with.”What’s more, it appears “Legendary” may be the first of two new tracks from the pair:Being lazy right now, but two new @ShottyHorroh tracks on the way. Much hype.— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) December 21, 2016
Italian native Yaya officially became a label owner in 2016, launching Tamango records as a realization of his “no-boundaries,” Afro-influenced musical vision. His penchant for highly rhythmic, driving beats is highly evident in 13k, a three-tracker that serves as Tamango’s debut release.The title track guides listeners gently into the rest of the EP, presenting fans with a refined and sultry tech-based groover whose subtly complex layers of percussion and muddled bass make it difficult to sit still while listening. The beauty of “13k” lies in its straight-forward arrangement, whose construction creates a heavy impact despite lacking in hugely melodic accents and notable drops. Listen to it below:
Groove Cruise is one of dance music’s favorite festivals at sea. With a successful Cabo edition safely returning to port back in October, the Miami edition is gearing up to set sail at the end of January with a stacked lineup lead by Lee Foss, Cosmic Gate, Dash Berlin, Umek and more.A house savant behind the decks, Huxley is certainly a favorite undercard act playing on the ship, and to start preparing his fans, the UK outfit has taken over our Orbit playlist series to give fans an early look at what he’ll be spinning.Diving straight into the hypnotic realms with Chris Carrier’s “Inside,” Jordan’s “In2Me,” and the Bass Dub of Tripmastaz’s “Sublimely Relieved,” Huxley carefully selects an hour and a half of entrancing tech house that will surely have Groove Cruise attendees curious to see him on the ship.Listen to Huxley’s Orbit takeover below and be sure to follow Dancing Astronaut on Spotify here.Read more:Listen to Kill Frenzy’s new Orbit playlist ahead of Dirtybird BBQ Art BaselDestructo celebrates the West Coast hip-hop sound in new Orbit playlistStay warm and listen to Kygo’s autumn Orbit playlist
Having recently signed with North American label Nettwerk Records, Miami-based Producer/DJ, Alyx Ander dropped his new single, “Memories of You” feat. Srey Davi last month to a wave of support from all corners of the dance music scene. Alyx is best known for his single “Close Enough” which has been championed by Pete Tong himself and has clocked over 27M streams. It has been a great closing of the year for Alyx as he has been named as an up and coming artist in both DJ Mag and MixMag.
Louis Futon has delivered the second installment of his “Zoned Out” mix series, featuring multiple teasers of unreleased new music.Futon has made quite the name for himself after releasing a single with ROZES called “Wasted On You” and having a smash remix of Rufus Du Sol’s “You Were Right.” You can catch Futon performing in San Diego for CRSSD festival this upcoming spring.Listen to his new ‘Zone Out’ mix below:Tracklist:1. Louis Futon – Unreleased 2. Future – I Won (feat. Kanye West) (Louis Futon Remix) 3. Louis The Child – From Here x Drake – Best I Ever Had 4. Louis Futon – Unreleased 5. ABSRDST – Skin Contest (feat. JSTR) x Rihanna – Work (feat. Drake) 6. Whethan – Can’t Hide (feat. Ashe) x Photay – Reconstruct (feat. Seafloor) 7. Mura Masa – Lovesick Fuck x Childish Gambino – Firefly 8. Marian Hill – One Time (Louis Futon Remix) 9. Honne – Gone Are The Days (MXXWLL Remix) x Odesza – Say My Name (feat. Zyra) 10. Chance The Rapper – All Night (Kaytranada Extended Joint) 11. Goldlink – Unique (feat. Anderson Paak) (Louis Futon Remix) 12. Kali Uchis – Ridin Round (Oshi Redo) 13. Flume – Say It (feat. Tove Lo) (SG Lewis Remix) 14. Daniel Caesar – Get You (feat. Kali Uchis) 15. NxWorries – Lyk Dis 16. Monte Booker – You 17. Hermitude -The Buzz (feat. Mataya & Young Tapz) x Jahkoy – California Heaven (feat. Schoolboy Q) (Medasin Remix) 18. Louis Futon – Unreleased 19. Electric Mantis – Flips and Flops, Drips and Drops 20. Louis Futon – Silk