Frank Pierce & Famba are two amazing artists on their own, but together their product is simply stunning. Released via Tipsy Records and Epic Oslo, their collaboration titled “Vibe” is a relaxing hit that channels smooth vibes and summer melodies. “Vibe” is sure to infect your favorite playlists as this tune is destined to be The post Frank Pierce & Famba Bring Vibes For Days In New Collab Premiere appeared first on EDM Sauce.
At the end of last week, KSHMR kept his promise to release new music every Friday on his new Spinnin‘ imprint, Dharma, by unleashing a new dance tune “Kolkata” on the label. Made in collaboration with artists JDG and Mariana BO, the new high-energy track is the second release off KSHMR’s upcoming Materia EP. It represents the producer’s signature Indian style with synths typical of the region, wrapped together with an undeniably big-room feel and driving bass.Just two weeks ago, Hardwell teased “Kolkata” on episode 325 of Hardwell On Air. Now that the main stage ready track is finally out, it will surely be popping up in festival sets around the globe.Read More:KSHMR & Golden Army remix Game of Thrones’ iconic themeKSHMR experiments with Goa sounds in new free download, ‘Strange Lands’KSHMR & Crossnaders ft. Micky Blue – Back To Me (Original Mix)
Get ready to turn up, it’s Friday. As always we’ve got the Friday Party Playlist for you, but this week we brought some extra heat for you – not in the form of more music, it’s just for some reason people released some freebies that were exceptionally fire this week. Maybe it’s because it’s the week of Friday the 13th? Who knows. We’re not tripping about it though, we’re glad. Tracks this week come from producers like Madnap, Two Friends, DEMUR, Far Too Loud, Kai Wachi, Apashe and more. There’s even an ATLiens x Jameston Thieves collab that is top shelf alongside a Riot Ten x Sullivan King treat that we end things with because after their song things might just be burned down to the ground. Think you can handle the heat? Click play and run through all twelve!
Glastonbury, has added its final headliner with English singer-songwriter favorite, Ed Sheeran, who, according to Forbes has just recently become the first musician in history to have nine of the top ten spots on the U.K. singles chart. From Wednesday to Sunday, headliners such as Radiohead, the Foo Fighters, Run the Jewels, The xx, Lorde, and Imagine Dragons will be performing at Glastonbury.Sheeran took to Instagram and announce to his fans that he will be the headliner to close out the festival on Sunday, June 25. The worldwide pop star is no stranger to Glastonbury. He made his debut performance in 2011 just before releasing his first album and then revisited for a headlining spot in 2014.Glastonbury marks Ed Sheeran’s only festival headline in 2017; his set will be on at the Pyramid Stage, following performances right from Lorde and The XX.A post shared by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on Mar 16, 2017 at 9:51am PDTRead More:Glastonbury Festival to rename and change location in 2019Beloved Glastonbury designers Block9 to debut a new touring exhibitListen to Ed Sheeran’s two new electronic releases
Electronic Dance Music has evolved heavily since it's inception with it's first big experimentations in the 1970's and throughout it's time has found it's way into genres that one could have never expected. One of the biggest genres that has found a serious place in dance music is funk. Funk, gaining major popularity in thr 1970's The post The Funk Hunters Provide Gorgeous Remix Treatment for Gramatik appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The Subterranean isn’t exactly where you would expect a bunch of bass heads to coalesce in downtown Chicago. However, that is just what happened on Friday March 31 when the hole-in-the-wall bar opened its doors to rising producer Bleep Bloop. The artist, who has been gaining steady momentum over the years, has attracted the attention The post Bleep Bloop Revives Old School Hip-Pop and Maintains Status as Bass God appeared first on EDM Sauce.
American newcomer WAJU has rallied strong momentum since ticking onto the radar courtesy of Majestic Casual single “My Luv.” The Sweden-based producer now links up with vocalists Eliona for “Good Company,” an island inspired extension of the blissful urban pop sound he has hallmarked to date. Catchy without sounding too much like urban pop’s status quo, the track is a firm follow-up from an increasingly powerful American producer. Stream: Spotify