San Holo‘s chart-topping future bass anthem, “Light,” has long been receiving remix treatment after treatment by artists across the generic spectrum of EDM. Therefore, it seemed only a matter of time before the OWSLA and Monstercat-supported artist, real name Sander van Dijck, would devise an official remix project.The entire Light (Remixes) EP, released on the artist’s Hague-based bitbird imprint, is composed of tracks from established artists, such as Loosid, and newcomers to boot — all of whom van Dijck is attempting to bring together into a particular sound camp. Ranging from the glitchy, eclectic WRLD revision to the more ethereal, piano-driven composition from ILIVEHERE, the selection of remixes appeals to a variety of tastes.Stream all ten official “Light” remixes below:Read More:San Holo releases paranormal music video for ‘Light’ (watch)Watch San Holo debut new music at Sunset Music FestivalSlushii previews new music for Monstercat x Rocket League Collaboration
Although the Swedish trio are relatively new faces to the scene, BROHUG has taken the world by storm with their refreshing brand of club music, “Brohouse”. Organically fusing bass house with deep, tech-driven sensibilities, BROHUG’s signature sound made its way into the catalogs of Heldeep Records, Spinnin', Tchami’s CONFESSION, and Mad Decent’s sub-label Good Enuff. The post BROHUG Defines Basshouse With “The Streets” EP appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Danger Doom, the hip hop duo comprised of MF Doom and Danger Mouse, have announced the reissue of their 2005 masterpiece The Mouse and the Mask. After releasing the album 12 years ago, the re-release comes in the form of a 3xLP vinyl record.This special edition offers listeners an opportunity to hear the album alongside Danger Doom’s Occult Hymn EP and two bonus cuts, the first of which was released earlier this week. Their new track “Mad Nice,” features a verse from The Roots’ frontman Black Thought as well as a sample of Vincent “Vinny” Price’s infamous laugh found on Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”This reissue was announced via MF Doom’s Metalface Records and is available for preorder on 3xLP vinyl or CD here.H/T: FACTRead More:A$AP Rocky reveals details of concept album with Danger MouseDanger Mouse announces 30th Century Records imprint
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The anticipation is over. Part two of Helena Legend's “No Explanations” EP has been released. Helena teased us with details of the three-track EP in a recent interview. The Aussie producer mentioned that “Part 2 is a bit more upbeat”. She also stated that this EP “has slightly different vibes from Part 1, but it all ties back The post Helena Legend – No Explanations, Pt.2 appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Major Lazer has always been known to provide us with great music, but they do also come out with some amazing videos for us to enjoy. Take for example their hit song ‘Lean On,' great song and also very popular music video. Today the stellar group released a new video of their recently released track The post Major Lazer Drops New Music Video Of ‘Know No Better’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Playing along the more eclectic lines of trap and future bass, Canadian wunderkind Vincent has released his newest production, “Breathe.” Within every release, the burgeoning producer showcases a thoughtfully constructed layout of striking synth work and booming bass refrains. While his reputation grew from colossal remixes like Alessia Cara’s “Here” and Meek Mill & Drake’s “R.I.C.O.,” Vincent has evolved in his artistic space throughout his scarce, yet highly-revered originals.“Breathe” supports a cool-headed melody that is reminiscent of a placid summer day. The single is an enlivened piece that slowly builds with a poised premise of floaty lyricism and on-point percussion before dropping into a flurry of emphatic horns, glossy synths, and ghostly vocal samples.Read More:Vincent – Retrograde (Original Mix)Kehlani – Gangsta (Vincent Flip)Vincent’s newest original production ‘Her’ arrives with free four-track bundle
Just in time for the weekend and the holidays around the corner, Jackmaster has shared his end-of-year Mastermix. Steeped in funk and oozing delectable disco anthems, the dynamic mix is masterfully crafted.Beginning in 2009, Jackmaster’s Mastermixes have since become an institution in the dance music world. This year, in near two hours, Jackmaster offers but a taste of the underground acid house-tinged basslines, thumping techno, and disco amalgamations the Glasgow act has long exuded.Between its vociferous disco diva proclamations, perpetually escalating groove, concise cadence, and impassioned funk, the mix is an idiosyncratic testament to an exceptional artist’s growth and felicitously unpredictable tendencies.Photo Credit: Martin CabreraRead More:Jackmaster calls out sexism in the music industry: ‘Something is very wrong here’Listen to the latest Essential Mix featuring The Chemical Brothers and Jackmaster b2b Armand Van HeldenJackmaster revisits his musical upbringing at Rubadub for ‘Origins’ film series