Gramatik and his label Lowtemp tap the talent of Beat Fatigue, Psymbionic, and Cobrayama for remixes of Gramatik’s collaborative hip-hop track, “Satoshi Nakamoto,” adding another group to the ever-growing pool of momentous Epigram remixes. The original, which is named after the mysterious person or group that invented the revolutionary BitCoin technology, is a return to Gramatik’s hip hop roots, and as such, was perfectly suited for rappers Probcause and Adrian Lau to lay down some thick verses upon.The EP features three new versions of “Satoshi Nakamoto,” which has already reached legendary status after its original release in early 2016 as part of Gramatik’s latest LP, Epigram. The first of the re-inventors to throw his hats into Gramatik’s cryptocurrency ring is the Amsterdam-based Beat Fatigue, who adds additional live instrumentation and a very healthy dose of funk.Hot on the heels of Beat Fatigue is Gravitas Records label manager and multi-tempo bass music producer Psymbionic, who creatively slices the original up and gives it his signature synthesized sonic treatment. Finally, ex-Exmag member Mike Lannato, now known as Cobrayama, finishes off the EP with a more laid-back, retro re-imagination that utilizes the nostalgic themes of the original as the main focal point.Read More:Gramatik – Native Son (ft. Raekwon & Orlando Napier) Free DownloadPretty Lights Music, Bassnectar, and Slovenian rappers: an in-depth look at Denis Jasarevic of GramatikGramatik releases new compilation for free via BitTorrent
LA-based producer APEK has had a year he will never forget. He has worked with many artists such as Breathe Carolina and Tritonal. Not only this, but he is now one of Enhanced Recordings main recording artists. His self-produced music has charted and streamed in large quantities; He has remixed many tracks from today’s biggest The post Apex Releases Single “Traces” on Enhanced Recordings appeared first on EDM Sauce.
There are few songs in modern history that bring people together to sing every word on any dance floor regardless of age, race or gender. One of these records is the Isley Brothers: “Shout.” Released in September of 1959 on RCA records, This record transcends music, nation, and humanity. The Isley Brothers iconic song quickly The post Isley Brothers Legendary Record “Shout” Gets A Face Lift appeared first on EDM Sauce.
As we move closer to the end of the year, artists are trying to get one more track out. This rush to wrap up brings out a ton of great records and because it is Christmas time, a lot of those releases are free. Good thing is we have collected some of our favorites for you from this past week. There were so many that we had to include an extra one, so instead of the usual twelve, you’re getting thirteen this week. Party on with works from Sean Turk, SKULS, Venessa Michaels, Reid Speed, Juicy M and many more. Stream them all, download the ones you dig, and enjoy the weekend. Most importantly, #danceirresponsibly.
The Golden Pony team up with Dasha to put their own take on the throwback “Let Me Love You” by Mario. The single has been put out by our good friends over at Uprise Music as a free download. There’s no reason for you NOT to grab this one. With the newly redefined “Let Me Love You” we get a slight throwback feel, but only a small taste; otherwise this one has been completely re-imagined by The Golden Pony. They step away from their usual house style to cut down the BPMs and bring something that can’t be put into one box. What it can be labeled as is groovy, smooth and fun. Leave it to The Golden Pony to cook up a smash hit, as they always do. This time around, they brought it back, then forward with “Let Me Love You.” Don’t forget, this one is a freebie!
“F.F.Y. (Feeling For You)” is the debut single by the singer-songwriter-producer BISHØP. We’ve heard this artist on collaborations with the likes of Elephante and Firebeatz. But BISHØP is showing that she has the skills and vision for amazing originals. Just listen to the flowing house creation “F.F.Y.” You’ll love it and be eagerly looking out for more from The post BISHØP – F.F.Y. (Feeling For You) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
French-American producer EGZOD has been sliding into headlines all over the internet. Returning with yet another original tune that is sure to turn some heads, EGZOD teamed up with Boston native Imagin8 on “Focus“, and released via Insomniac’s Discovery Project. Carlos Martins, has been honing in this Future Bass sound that has really taken his brand The post EGZOD & Imagin8 Destroy Discovery Project Release appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Julian Jeweil’s brand of techno is polished and unrelenting. Over the years, he’s remained true to his sound, crafting momentous compositions that have built major traction in his career. Throughout 2015 and 2016, his success culminated in multiple #1 hits, creating a whole new demand for his refined sound.His newest EP is yet another embodiment of the timeless style that has allowed him to climb the techno ranks. Titled Chrome, Jeweil presents listeners with fiery new originals fit for peaktime warehouse hours. The eponymous opener sets the tone of the EP, embracing muddled bass and cunning, hollow synth accents which add perfectly to the piece’s overall shadowy nature. Jeweil ties these effects together with his signature heavy percussion, with kicks that ensnare listeners in the track’s confines until it fades out.Chrome lands on Form Music on December 12th.Read More:Matador’s ‘The Enemy’ receives remixes from Julian Jeweil & Hot Since 82Techno Tuesday: Julian Jeweil on mastering the art of techno productionJulian Jeweil – Myli (Original Mix)