The Norwegian king of tropical and hip-hop fusion has returned.To honor Biggie‘s birthday on May 21, Matoma teamed up with the late rapper’s wife Faith Evans and Snoop Dogg for a new track. The final product was dubbed “Party on the West Coast” and lays a foundation of Matoma’s tropical beats for verses from The Notorious B.I.G.’s and Snoop with Evans handling vocals on the chorus.One of Matoma’s most well-known tracks is his remix of Biggie’s “Old Thing Back,” and he speaks highly of the late rapper and his influence. Matoma expressed his respect for the rapper in the track description for “Party on the West Coast.”“It’s funny how big a difference one person can have on your life. I’ll never forget the first time I heard Biggie, my big brother Dan played me Ready To Die and I never heard anything like it. I couldn’t understand the words or the stories but I could feel them, his flow, the vibe, it changed me.”Matoma got some big news a few days ago when he found out his rework of “Old Thing Back” achieved gold sales in America, saying, “The impact that this great man has had on me not only with the music that fueled me as a teenager but to this insane achievement in the beginning of my career, words can’t describe.” Read more:Matoma feat. Gia – Heart Won’t Forget (Luca Schreiner Remix)Kiso and Kayla Diamond cover Matoma’s ‘Wonderful Life (Mi Oh My)’Listen to Coachella Weekend 2 sets from Baauer, Tchami, Zedd, Zhu, and more
Swedish dance music icon Alesso is kicking off February in style. The producer has made a world-renowned career in harnessing the premier aspects of his signature style and other tropes from chart-dominating singles, and his newest release is no exception.Alesso’s “Falling” is a showcase of his versatility and proficiency. The song blends some of the best components of commercially appealing dance music, typified by lush chord progressions, sultry vocals and grooving bass lines. All of these elements combine to give listeners an ultimately danceable track. Expect “Falling” to blow up in the coming months.Read More:Alesso and Dillon Francis finally release their collaboration, ‘Take My Breath Away’ Listen to Alesso’s new rendition of ‘I Wanna Know’ Life in Color announces lineup for 10 year Miami anniversary festival
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June 26, 2020 - Blind Mice Productions and industrial band RIOLEGION have announced the release of the new full-length RIOTLEGION album, Machine Liberation.
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K+LAB returns with a ripsnorter bass number – Fly Beat. Released via Australasian label, Delicious Music who are back from a 5 year hiatus. Along with sitting at #1 on the Beatport Glitch Hop charts for the last 3 months with his track Clap ya hands now, a colab with Canadian legend Stickybuds, this New The post K+Lab Drops New Glitch Hop Single ‘Fly Beat’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
After a year of hit releases under his ALPHA 9 moniker (including ‘The Night Is Ours‘ and ‘Skin‘), Arty showcased the trance vibes he is known for at Dreamstate SoCal 2017. From the sidelines of the ‘Dream' stage, I was able to get a glimpse of the many emotions that fans expressed during his set—fans The post Dreamstate Interview Arty/ALPHA 9 appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Trance up & comer Profetik is a LA based progressive trance producer in his late twenties. He has been refining his sound for years and was mentored by two iconic trance names; Jason Ross and Ost & Meyer. A real technical magician, Profetik has a knack for combining unique, festival style basslines with the strong The post Trance Up & Comer Profetik Drops 2 Track EP & Its Euphoric EDM Sauce Exclusive Premiere appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Italian legend Robert Miles, real name Roberto Concina, shaped helped shape the creation of trance and progressive house. Tragically, an unknown illness has taken his life at the young age of 47.Miles is best known for his iconic 1996 single “Children,” whose impact was felt around the globe as it sold millions of copies and pulled gold and platinum certifications across many countries. The album “Children” appeared on, Dreamland, is hailed as one of the most groundbreaking and timeless albums of electronic music to date, featuring other widely-adored singles such as “Fable” and “Princess Of Light.” Prior to creating his distinctive “dream” sound, he’d been a known figure in techno circles by the name Robert Milani.After making his mark on the trance and progressive world, Miles later went on to more esoteric sounds, forging various shades of jazz, glitch, ambient, and hip-hop inspired music. Sources say he was found on earlier in the day May 9 at his Ibiza residence though exact details remain unconfirmed. Since news has risen of his passing, many have taken to social media to express their condolences and reminisce on the way he influenced their tastes in electronica.May he rest in peace. “The tragic news of the death of a very talented artist of our time, makes me incredulous and upset. With him also it is a part of my life as an artist manufacturer. I will miss the fights, brawls, criticism, judgments but especially your talent in finding sounds and melodies unparalleled” – Joe Vanelli (friend and collaborator of Robert Miles)