What do you get when you mix a little bit of Lido and a little bit of Brasstracks? You get the new song “Portrait” from Bamf, out now on ICON. While the song starts out rather slow and understated, it quickly bursts to live with shimmering synths and percussion. With a little more time and patience, it easily one-ups itself with a flurry of drums that would make any random listener stop in their tracks. When people talk about the future of electronic music, this is the kind of creative fusion of instruments and styles that they’re talking about. Check it out below, and grab a free download if you like it: This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Bamf – Portrait [ICON]
Le Youth has always produced dance-worthy tracks no matter what vibe he is trying to send. This time around, Le Youth cools things down a bit with his latest release, “If You’re Leaving”. This chill Electro House track will still get you dancing with it’s bouncy piano melody. Fellow Los Angeles artist, Sydnie, is featured on the The post Le Youth – If You’re Leaving (Feat. Sydnie) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Skrillex and Rick Ross’s collaboration “Purple Lamborghini” on the Suicide Squad album was hands down the best thing to come out of the over-hyped film. The song recently re-emerged in a new form on Skrillex’s 2016 recap film, The Same Place, and has been recreated by some diehard fans over at /r/skrillex. It is still unclear whether this is a VIP edit of “Purple Lamorghini” or another Skrillex ID, but at least fans won’t have to wait to get their hands and headphones on this blistering mix. Via: YourEDM | /r/skrillex
The momentum that trance music is having right now is not showing any signs of slowing down. After a very successful year of hosting Dreamstate events throughout the world, Insomniac is finally dedicating a stage to its all-trance event at their biggest festival, EDC Las Vegas. The announcement was made (whether on purpose or not) through The post New Dreamstate Stage Coming to EDC Las Vegas appeared first on EDM Sauce.
After two years of silence while in the studio, Brazilian artist Olin Batista debuts on R3HAB's CYB3RPVNKwith his dancefloor-ready single "Falling." The track draws influences from his roots with tribal...
There are few songs in modern history that bring people together to sing every word on any dance floor regardless of age, race or gender. One of these records is the Isley Brothers: “Shout.” Released in September of 1959 on RCA records, This record transcends music, nation, and humanity. The Isley Brothers iconic song quickly The post Isley Brothers Legendary Record “Shout” Gets A Face Lift appeared first on EDM Sauce.
As we move closer to the end of the year, artists are trying to get one more track out. This rush to wrap up brings out a ton of great records and because it is Christmas time, a lot of those releases are free. Good thing is we have collected some of our favorites for you from this past week. There were so many that we had to include an extra one, so instead of the usual twelve, you’re getting thirteen this week. Party on with works from Sean Turk, SKULS, Venessa Michaels, Reid Speed, Juicy M and many more. Stream them all, download the ones you dig, and enjoy the weekend. Most importantly, #danceirresponsibly.
“F.F.Y. (Feeling For You)” is the debut single by the singer-songwriter-producer BISHØP. We’ve heard this artist on collaborations with the likes of Elephante and Firebeatz. But BISHØP is showing that she has the skills and vision for amazing originals. Just listen to the flowing house creation “F.F.Y.” You’ll love it and be eagerly looking out for more from The post BISHØP – F.F.Y. (Feeling For You) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The Golden Pony team up with Dasha to put their own take on the throwback “Let Me Love You” by Mario. The single has been put out by our good friends over at Uprise Music as a free download. There’s no reason for you NOT to grab this one. With the newly redefined “Let Me Love You” we get a slight throwback feel, but only a small taste; otherwise this one has been completely re-imagined by The Golden Pony. They step away from their usual house style to cut down the BPMs and bring something that can’t be put into one box. What it can be labeled as is groovy, smooth and fun. Leave it to The Golden Pony to cook up a smash hit, as they always do. This time around, they brought it back, then forward with “Let Me Love You.” Don’t forget, this one is a freebie!
French-American producer EGZOD has been sliding into headlines all over the internet. Returning with yet another original tune that is sure to turn some heads, EGZOD teamed up with Boston native Imagin8 on “Focus“, and released via Insomniac’s Discovery Project. Carlos Martins, has been honing in this Future Bass sound that has really taken his brand The post EGZOD & Imagin8 Destroy Discovery Project Release appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Julian Jeweil’s brand of techno is polished and unrelenting. Over the years, he’s remained true to his sound, crafting momentous compositions that have built major traction in his career. Throughout 2015 and 2016, his success culminated in multiple #1 hits, creating a whole new demand for his refined sound.His newest EP is yet another embodiment of the timeless style that has allowed him to climb the techno ranks. Titled Chrome, Jeweil presents listeners with fiery new originals fit for peaktime warehouse hours. The eponymous opener sets the tone of the EP, embracing muddled bass and cunning, hollow synth accents which add perfectly to the piece’s overall shadowy nature. Jeweil ties these effects together with his signature heavy percussion, with kicks that ensnare listeners in the track’s confines until it fades out.Chrome lands on Form Music on December 12th.Read More:Matador’s ‘The Enemy’ receives remixes from Julian Jeweil & Hot Since 82Techno Tuesday: Julian Jeweil on mastering the art of techno productionJulian Jeweil – Myli (Original Mix)
The Panda funk movement over the past several years has not only turned into a global movement, but one that paints a true picture of what the dance music industry should be. Becoming a home to countless up-and-coming artists, Oscar Olivo was the next natural choice for Free the Pandas. Having just released “Go Home”, this progressive vocal The post Oscar Olivo – Go Home appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Electronic artists and producers often are shrouded in mystery. Some switch between multiple aliases, cover their face, and manage to stay anonymous for years and years into their career. However, every now and then an artist does the opposite, and breaks the 4th wall. They decide to connect with their fans on a vulnerable, personable The post Arty Revives Trance Project Alpha 9 with the Inspiring “The Night Is Ours” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Orlando native AJ Salvatore is here to bring forth his latest release “Ignite” under Sony on HERØ Records. After recently peaking at #19 in the Spotify US Viral Charts and #21 globally, this track is the perfect follow up to keep you hooked on the young artists sound. “Ignite” kicks off with a light hearted The post AJ Salvatore Sparks Fire With Single “Ignite” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Steamrolling through 2017 with their third release of the year “Hey Mamama,” Chad Cisneros and David Reed (better known as Tritonal) put their mark on dance music. Sampling “Sunchyme,” an original ’80s house track by Dario G, the duo effectively meld the titular vocal line throughout their song. Egressing their original progressive trance style, Tritonal have recently set their focuses on slower, lyrical melodies using their 2016 album “Painting With Dreams” as an transition into chillwave.Off the bat, the track bears harmonious vocals, encouraging listeners to indulge in a ‘happy place’ and projecting the idea of perfect summer moments. Ironically enough, their audio/video bears clips of exotic animals in front of sunrises/sunsets. Taking a refreshing stance on the original single, Tritonal creates an up-beat, festival mainstage staple that’s bound to uplift listeners. H/T: BillboardRead More:Tritonal – Blackout (Original Mix)The Chainsmokers & Tritonal – Until You Were Gone ft. Emily WarrenTritonal & Cash Cash – Untouchable (Original Mix)
Two of our friends, Two Friends, have finally released their EP after leaving fans in anticipation. Out Of Love was released by SOURCE/Spinnin Records complete with three singles, including collaboration with MAX and Cosmos & Creature. The duo started with out with the release of one single, then another and the last coming out with the full EP launch a few days ago. This means you might already be privy to the great songs “Pacific Coast Highway” and the title track, both of which have already gotten plenty of love, with more to come. They differ in style, but not in quality. The third song “Mona Lisa Eyes” is more along the lines of “Pacific Coast Highway,” sharing a house sound that is both upbeat and fun. The full EP is well worth the time and price if you’re looking to get a copy for yourself from a digital service.
Warehouse parties are not rare in Brooklyn and ASOC Warehouse this past weekend did not disappoint. Opening was Lestat who went on at 10pm followed by Breaux at 11. The venue was nearly at capacity by the time Ugly god got on stage. He performed some of his songs including “Water” when he decided to The post ASOC WAREHOUSE – Brooklyn, NY Recap appeared first on EDM Sauce.