#Wolfpack leader Kris Cayden is breaking through the scene as his music is rapidly gaining notoriety around the globe. He's played festivals such as Electric Adventure and Shambala, and his music has harvested support from many artists including Datsik, KJ Sawka, and Jauz. Citing Skrillex has his greatest influence, Kris Cayden puts time and effort into his music like no The post Kris Cayden Drops ‘Cease And Survive’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Earlier this week, Eric Prydz released the 19th episode of EPIC Radio – his serial mix which has been broadcast biweekly since its resurrection from a two-year hiatus in 2016. For his newest episode, Prydz has opted to primarily delve into older selections from his catalogue.The hourlong installment includes two unreleased Eric Prydz tracks, but is otherwise almost exclusively cuts from his Cirez D and Pryda alter-egos. The two exceptions to this trajectory within the set list are his 2014 remix of Steve Angello‘s “Voices” and Alphaville’s “Fallen Angel.” Prydz concludes his mix with the latter track, released in 1984 by the synthpop band behind the classic “Forever Young.” Apparently, Alphaville was a large source of inspiration for Eric Prydz in his formative years, as he denotes while introducing the song for his closing segment:“When people ask me about bands and acts from back in the day that were really influential to me, I feel like I always talk about Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode. But, there’s also been other stuff that’s been equally influential on me and made a massive mark. Alphaville is one of those bands…They had massive hits back in the ’80s…but for me it was always those middle tracks on the album that grabbed me the mos. The track that I’ve chosen for the Vinyl Chapter today is, according to me, one of the best ones they’ve ever made, and I just can’t get enough of it.”Listen to EPIC Radio 019 below:Track list:1. ID – ID 00.31 2. PRYDA – ID 06.57 3. PRYDA – STAR BUGS 13.57 4. PRYDA – ID 21.55 5. PRYDA – ID 28.28 6. STEVE ANGELLO – VOICES (ERIC PRYDZ REMIX) 31.45 7. CIREZ D – THE GLITCH 38.56 8. CIREZ D – ID 47.15 9. ID – ID 52.02 10. ALPHAVILLE – FALLEN ANGEL 59.40Featured image by Andrew Noh.
Brooklyn-based producer Element is well known for his hard-hitting bangers. He stays true to his roots in his latest release, “Resurrection,” with a flawless fusion of cinematic builds and electronic drops. Though he has only been producing for a year, the San Francisco native’s insatiable hunger shows; his ever-exciting style is sure to classify him The post Element – Resurrection Free DL appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Swedish producer and DJ, Steve Angello, confirmed over twitter that he will be releasing his sophomore album in 2017. After the disbandment of Swedish House Mafia in 2013, Angello embarked on a solo career releasing his first album, Wild Youth. Now, to the joy of Swedish House Mafia and electronic music fans alike, the influential The post Steve Angello Confirms Album for 2017 appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Bear Grillz has released his latest EP, This is Your Brain on Dubstep–a five track collection which features a variety of sonic styles throughout. Grillz throws something different into each track showcasing his euphoric, uplifting dubstep sound while also keeping things interesting by changing up progressions and harmonies. The American artist collaborates with Sullivan King, Selah Ford, Kompany, and Sam King on the EP and their complimentary vocals give the album extra dimension.Bear Grillz has also announced his tour dates for upcoming shows throughout the United States. The Void tour will make over thirty stops across the nation, hitting hot spots in NYC, Chicago, Dallas, and Las Vegas. The young artist from Colorado has been selling out his shows thus far as the hype around his unique sound is hittingat an all time high. With this new momentum, there is no stopping Bear Grillz. Read More:DA Premiere: Bear Grillz & Datsik – Drop That Low (Original Mix)DJ Snake – Here Comes The Night (Crankdat Remix)The Hot 25: April 7, 2017
British DJ/producer Matt Lee, better known as Gammer, is one guy who doesn’t stick to one signature sound. One thing listeners can attest to, though, is that he drops rapid, heavy beats. Making huge strides over the past few months with an exclusive BBC Radio 1 Diplo & Friends mix as well as hit collabs with rising producers such as Kayzo and Darren Styles, Gammer delves into the psytrance phenomenon with an exclusive remix for SLANDER‘s hit single off Monstercat, “Superhuman.”As to be expected, Gammer drastically speeds up the tempo from the original, yet maintains the beauty and suspense of Eric Leva’s vocals over smooth piano chords on the verses. However, the psytrance has to meddle its way in at some point, which Lee introduces perfectly with loud, high-pitched synths trance fans all know and love leading into a silent, yet hard-hitting drop bound to make its way into a SLANDER-esque festival set.Read More:Gammer releases fiery new dubstep track, ‘Let’s Get Crunk’ + InterviewSlander discuss new EP with Kayzo, ‘Dilapidation Celebration’ InterviewSlander & Stoltenhoff – We Out (Olly Remix)
Dance music mainstay Dubfire has developed a career that’s worth celebrating. In preparation for the release of his retrospective album, the Iranian-American DJ and producer has unveiled the first cut from this upcoming project.Dubfire has been playing this track, now dubbed “Dust Devil,” out in his live sets since 2014. On top of a straightforward beat, this production builds a nice groove that swells in and out over nearly 8 minutes of techno bliss. The producer described the track as “Nothing ground breaking but a good example of the funky, chunky, driving sort of sound I’m known for and something which has now become a major highlight of the HYBRID live show.” The HYBRID: A Decade of Dubfire (2006-2016) album will be released on Dubfire’s SCI+TEC label on June 16.Read More:Dubfire announces ‘A Decade of Dubfire’ album to celebrate his illustrious career10 things we learned from Dubfire’s Reddit AMAJoseph Capriati – Fratello (Dubfire Remix)
We’re totally in love with LissA’s provocative love anthem and her vocals prove you can have a crush on someone’s voice. We’re equally in love with the production style of New York’s Ishaan Chaudhary & Will Curry, aka MEMBA. When the two joined forces to bring us “Don’t Look Back” the compilation of talent took this track to a whole other level. LissA has organically built an incredible following with her talented sultry and what I’d call, voluptuous voice with past tracks such as “Pitch Black” featuring production from the talented Berlin producer Mazde, and with her cover of the Gorillaz “Feel Good Inc,” plus many more. Now, released on Night Air Records, “Don’t Look Back” joins her repertoire of singles that have quickly amassed some love from practically every industry insider. Add MEMBA to the mix with their worldly and ancient influences and we’re given an ethereal track by talented artists that ultimately make the perfect match. You can stream or buy “Don’t Look Back” here.
Bitbird is one of the go-to places for beautiful electronic music. Take one of their latest releases as evidence of that. “Won’t Let Go” from ILIVEHERE. and Kalulu is a masterful original with subtle hints of future bass embedded in the production. This single is an angelic electronic tune whose downtempo pace almost makes it feel as though time is passing by in slow motion. It takes hold of you quickly with the very first piano tones connecting to your core and then the vocal comes in to sweep you away. Every piece of this song is more than good, ILIVEHERE. and Kalulu really put something special together here. You’ll want to grab a copy of it from digital stores like we did after having a listen.