If you haven’t heard of the production duo, Grey, now is the time to start. If you are a fan of Zedd then you definitely remember his countless collaborations with his friends over at Grey or his smash single ‘Addicted to a Memory’ featuring the girl group Bahari. Grey have become a name to watch The post Don’t Miss Out On The New Grey Single, ‘I Miss You’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Prominent big room moguls Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have established quite a formidable reputation for themselves, with an unmistakable festival flavor to most of their productions over the years. Their latest piece, a remix of Lost Frequencies’ single, “What is Love 2016” sticks to the same principles that helped the Belgians top the DJ mag rankings in 2015.The soul of the remix stays true to the original, characterized by a silky smooth melody and subtle string-plucked chords making for easy listening. However, the duo has also mixed in some of their own trademark sounds, especially in the buildup and the beat drop. This gives the track a mainstream EDM feel, resulting in a song fit for the main stage of any major dance music festival. One for the masses to enjoy.Read More:Watch Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s full 2.5 hour ‘Bring The Madness’ show in Belgium Diplo tweets a video of upcoming collaboration with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Forbes reveals the highest paid DJs in 2016
The Launchpad is a biweekly series showcasing hot new music hand selected by our staff. The tracks in these curated playlists come from both underground and mainstream artists that we love. If you’d like to see your music featured in the Launchpad, you can submit it for consideration here. Today the Launchpad turns its attention to the deep, brooding sounds of the underground. This fourteenth edition explores a melange of techno, deep house, industrial, and progressive techno music.Highlights:Released via Into The Wild Records a few days ago, Mahalo’s sinister remix of Zhu’s “In The Morning” might be the LA-based producer’s best remix yet. The track begins with the familiar vocals and piano chords of the original, but listeners swiftly plunge deep into the foreboding realms of intense bass growls and rhythmic percussion. The remix’s elements talk beautifully to one another creating a very cerebral yet danceable track.SubSoul record label has a discerning taste for house music. Among the imprint’s successes is UK duo Kideko & Apres’ recent single, “Get The Funk.” Released last month, “Get The Funk” offers listeners a taste of quintessential house vocal loops, LFO-laden bass lines, and energetic cowbell sequences.Rising Irish producer Mark Greene should be on every techno aficionado’s radar in 2017. Greene’s latest record, “Rattle,” is a menacing piece that evokes vidid warehouse sensibilities. Impressively, Carl Cox has given the track a nod by including it in his expertly-curated mixing arsenal since last August and throughout his South American tour. Read More:Launchpad: 13 trap and dubstep tracks that pack a punchLaunchpad: 13 Future Bass and Indie Electro Tracks perfect for any moodLaunchpad: 12 tracks perfect for your weekend recovery
I don’t know if there’s a better way to start off 2017 for the producer YULTRON. His plans are to “Make Electro Great Again” and we’re about it. A nice clean mix with a hugely classic sound, this would be great for a big festival set. Stream it below! The post YULTRON – Make Electro Great Again appeared first on EDM Sauce.
2017 will undoubtedly be the year of the ever-mysterious 19-year-old producer K?d. K?d’s second single of the year, “Vindicta” has just been unveiled upon the masses today. Similar in sound design to some of the most respected producers in the scene like Porter Robinson, REZZ, and Danger, it’s only a matter of time before K?d will be performing side by side with these notable dance musical pioneers. K?d’s freshly minted eerie banger includes all the stylistic hallmarks that have made the young producer stand out from the rest of the pack. Dark and mysterious intros, an abundance of white noise, melodic sounding synths, and driving bass chords all packaged into one track that would fit perfectly into a chaotic anime horror scene. Stream “Vindicta” below! “Vindicta” is actually the sequel to “Mortem,” released last October. Oh yea, and by the way, K?d is already in the works with mau5trap prodigy REZZ to release what is bound to be one of the most unique collaborations of 2017, so stay tuned for that. @whoskid excited to put our tune out in 2017 — RΞZZ On Holyship ⚓️ (@OfficialRezz) December 22, 2016 This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: K?d Drops New Track, “Vindicta”
Norway’s TRXD come platinum sales accredited and armed with an infectious take on the modern pop sound. Their heavily-streamed first single, “Wherever You Go,” was a benchmark moment for the young duo, but the outset of 2017 already shows the act ready to add to their early industrious kudos. In their new single, “Our City,” fierce beats and firm melodic studio stamina lands alongside the standout top-line work of national vocal treasure Emilie Adams. This is a pretty significant moment in Scandinavia’s contributions to the electronic pop movement right now, placing TRXD on a seemingly easy foot towards their second hit of the past year. Stream “Our City” below.