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)
The Panda funk movement over the past several years has not only turned into a global movement, but one that paints a true picture of what the dance music industry should be. Becoming a home to countless up-and-coming artists, Oscar Olivo was the next natural choice for Free the Pandas. Having just released “Go Home”, this progressive vocal The post Oscar Olivo – Go Home appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Louis the Child may still be teenagers, but Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett are shaping up to be dance music’s next crossover kings. Between Kennett earning production credits on The Chainsmokers’ mega-hit “Closer” and their headlining tour consistently selling out dates, the Chicago superduo are showing no signs of slowing down. While bread and butter may be crafting catchy future-influenced anthems, Louis the Child now reveal a new skill for crafting vibey hip-hop productions as they recently launched a new project with New Orleans rapper, Pell, called Pellican Child.To kick the project off, the trio have come forth with their debut collaboration “Turn Me Down.” Louis the Child craft an silky smooth, indie-urban backbone for Pell to string his eloquent verses atop, and undeniably succeed with a first official output that fans of both artists can enjoy.Read more:Listen to Louis the Child’s Diplo & Friends debutLouis The Child – Fire feat. Evalyn (Original Mix)Louis the Child & Icona Pop – Weekend (Original Mix)