Nu-disco and indie dance duo, The Knocks hit the ground running to start the new year, as group members B-Roc and JPatt join forces with vocalist Absofacto to deliver a new single named “TROUBLE.” This track is taken from their upcoming album Testify, poised to release on February 3, accompanied by the start their “Feel Good Feel Great Tour” in Vancouver on the same date. The tour includes over 20 stops across North America, with guest appearances by Bipolar Sunshine, Gillian Moss, Lophiile, Mark Johns, and Skylar Spence.According to a press release from the duo, “TROUBLE” originated as a 90 BPM melancholy piano ballad, which they manipulated as a sample to give it the contemporary nu-disco sound unique to The Knocks. The accompanying music video mirrors the melancholy feel of the track, with arial shots in sepia tone of a lonely car driving through a Midwestern landscape. In October of last year, The Knocks released the first single taken from the album called “Heat” featuring vocals from X Ambassadors‘ Sam Nelson Harris. Additionally, fans heard “I Swear” by Young Thug, produced by The Knocks, on Carnival Vol. III: Road to Clefication, and can expect a collaboration with MNEK on the upcoming album.Follow Dancing Astronaut’s Hot 25 Playlist for the hottest tracks in electronic music updated every Friday.H/T: BillboardRead More:Sean Paul – Temperature (The Knocks Remix)The Knocks – Love Me Like That (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen)Jack Ü – Where Are Ü Now feat. Justin Bieber (The Knocks Bootleg)
Easily one of my favorite artists I’ve had the pleasure of covering the past couple years has been Seattle born, LA resident, chilltronica producer, Andrew Coulter, or better known as Soul Catalyst. From his early singles leading up to his self titled debut album (released for free last year), Soul Catalyst hasn’t just created a host of fantastic The post Soul Catalyst & Peitzke – Cosmic Current (FREE DL) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
TIFA, an Austrian native has been producing music since the age of 20 and just recently teamed up with vocalist Nathan (an Austrian native as well) for the mesmerizing, soul churning, atmospheric track “Home” out on FYE Music. “Home” ft. Nathan is an impressive track with an excellent display of musical production. The atmospheric track The post TIFA Creates An Immersive Banger with ‘Home ft. Nathan’ Free Download appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Ain’t nothing wrong with a little bump-and-grind to start your Monday off. Dallas-based singer Christopher Blake teamed up with producer Caden Jester and Philly-based rapper Armani White on this sexy little tune called “Bad”. Blake’s soulful vocals and White’s crafty verse fit perfectly with the slow jam. The lustful guitar solo towards the end further adds to the the sexiness of the track, which resembles the sound of “The Hills” by The Weeknd. The continuous collaboration between Blake and Jester really shows the versatility of their production and the different territory of sounds they are exploring into. Be sure to check these guys out if you dig “Bad”, as all of these talented individuals are on our list of artists to watch in 2017.
They say the prize is worth the climb and for Birthdayy Partyy's latest, that's certainly true. Of course, you don't have to climb anything,...
For his next single back in the dance music game, Heavyweight Records head honcho Carnage teamed up with Australian producer Timmy Trumpet on their new track "Nah Nah." This time Papi Gordo draws strongly...
Californian synthwave producer, Lucy In Disguise, has released his newest ethereal track, “Echoes In Time,” audibly expanding upon his 2016 EP, Endless Echoes. The Santa Barbara-based artist is perhaps best known for his ability to incorporate retro synthesizing into his modern, chromatic dreamscapes, like in his Dreamscape EP of 2014. Fittingly named, Lucy In Disguise’s cinematic, unconventional brand of electronica emulates the atmospheric allure of synth wizards like Tycho and Com Truise.Released via Innerworks Records,”Echoes In Time” is an intricate, lucid journey, layered in ’80s and ’90s textures with a futuristic center. The track’s ambient melodies and downtempo bliss carry the listener back through technicolor dreams long-forgotten.Read More: Tycho debuts stunning Tarkovsky-inspired visuals for GliderOn Iteration, Com Truise explores the tactility of sound Album Review
Majestic Casual has brought a hot new record through the pipeline from Night Tales. The Australian duo made up of the producer Third Floor and former Olympic Ayres frontman Kamaliza dropped their single “Move You” which is exactly what it is going to do. “Move You” isn’t your typical electronic track. Night Tales take from several different genres, bringing in elements from house music and 80’s sounds for a timeless treat. It’s not something you’d expect to be hearing in the poppy landscape that has seemingly taken over the electronic world, but it’s a worthwhile break that stands out above the now crowded space of dance music. “Move You” is currently available for those looking to spice up their digital libraries today.
Young Art Records is home to some incredibly beautiful pieces of music. One of those such pieces is “Rush” by the Canadian producer CRi and Ouri. Released on the Someone Else EP, this intriguing single may be the best song on the entire project. Although we are simply sharing “Rush” don’t let that stop you from checking out the entire EP through iTunes if you’re looking to get a copy. “Rush” starts out as an ethereal adventure into soothing soundscapes that touch your soul. You would expect it to stay similar throughout as a concluding record, but things change as time passes. Around halfway CRi gives the song some edge by moving more towards a fast-paced vibe, introducing drum & bass percussion to pick up the pace. This is a must listen and if you like what you hear, check out the entire EP.
One of the daily tasks here over at EDM Sauce is scrolling through Soundcloud to find the freshest tunes to bring to your ears. This week we get to bring you the Cogent remix of KREAM‘s song – ‘Taped Up Heart’ featuring Clara Mae. If you are a fan of future bass this is definitely The post Under 2500: Meet Cogent And His ‘Taped Up Heart’ Remix appeared first on EDM Sauce.
When three minds like Chime, Rob Gasser, and Brig come together you can only expect something absolutely mental. “What The Funk” is just that. With the grime and power of three mind-bending producers this tune packs the heaviest of punches that will leave you calling your chiropractor. This tune released via Daily Earfood starts life The post Chime x Rob Gasser x Brig Make Your Head Bang In “What The Funk” Free Download appeared first on EDM Sauce.