Dubstep, the genre of music that originated in the late 90s in the United Kingdom, has proven time-over-time to be one of dance music's favorite genres. From its early beginnings, dubstep took on many forms including styles similar to that of dub, techno, drum and bass, garage and jungle. In the late 2000s, dubstep took The post The 40 Best Dubstep Songs Ever appeared first on EDM Sauce.
When it comes to formulating intelligent musical hypotheses and utilizing the studio to experiment and test said hypotheses, there’s a new duo Syence that are donning their white lab coats and getting down to business. Their newest discovery was the winner of Steve Void‘s remix competition for his and collaborator No Mondays’ popular single, “Chemistry.”With a track name like that, there was definitely no better artist that could win besides the scientific California-based duo. Syence did a great job leaving enough of the original intact to further the overall futuristic sound and showcase the catchy vocals of Clara Mae. The duo subtly break the track down, cleverly stripping away a few layers off of the multitude of original melodic content to reveal the track’s capacious core.Read More:Steve Void & No Mondays feat. Clara Mae – Chemistry (Original Mix)Listen to The M Machine’s new single, ‘The Warehouse’Kayzo – Born Again (Callie Reiff Remix) Free Download
While the last few years have come with unfortunate controversy and soul searching for sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf, better known as Krewella, in May the duo successfully demonstrated they had moved on with the release of their first EP in three years, entitled Ammunition. The genre-surfing six-song compilation, which incorporates influences from heavy metal to trap to pop, not only signified the return of Krewella, but showcased the continued sonic evolution of the sisters well passed the signature commercial bass sound that catapulted them to fame.With their latest track, titled “Team”, Krewella continues to explore new territory. Starting off with soft vocals, buoyant rhythms, and an energetic percussion arrangement, “Team” is one of Krewella’s most commercial-friendly offerings yet. The song’s intensity picks up with an infectious hook that leads to an explosive drop filled with dancehall-inspired percussion loops and the eccentric synth work that have become EDM mainstays over the past year.The music video for “Team” shows Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf partying carefree in LA with their friends. From the visual, it appears as if the Yousaf sisters have emerged from the past few trying years with newfound confidence about who they are both as artists and as individuals.Read More:Krewella – Ammunition EPPegboard Nerds & NGHTMRE – Superstar (Feat. Krewella)Check out every artist playing Ultra Brazil
After five long months of silence, NOAHPLAUSE has finally reemerged onto Soundcloud with a fiery new original, “I’m Back.” Featuring his signature mix of hard bass elements and a inconceivable synth work, the track comes as the perfect welcome-back present for his ever-expanding base of listeners. It begins with harsh atmospheric growls and scrapes, until an abrasive percussion arrangement takes hold of the track’s focus. Short vocal chops and a rushing swell of white noise lead us to the drop, where spectrum-wide synth wipes swing around the mix above a rumbling sub bass and rolling hi hats. After a second pass, the synths are exchanged for an ungodly series of metallic grinding noises, leading us to the track’s close. Listen below, and check further down to grab your free download! Click here to download the track for free! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: NOAHPLAUSE – I’m Back [Free DL]
Young Swedish newcomer Penthox has made a considerable splash at the mere age of 18. Returning to the fold alongside Grammy nominees Madcon, who hit the radar with ‘Beggin’ long before their newfound collaborator was making music, the young Gothenburg resident shows that age has had no hinderance on his ability to mold a considerable crossover hit.‘Cigarette’ plays like a modern electronic pop ballad with a flurry of musical influences. There’s country vibes without the knock-off Avicii feels and songmanship that speaks for a considerable depth and maturity to his work. Knocking the socks off your everyday bedroom producer in the process, ‘Cigarette’ is a wonderful moment from the young Swedish producer and his impressive grasp on the world of infectious electronic pop.Stream: Spotify
Gramatik and his label Lowtemp tap the talent of Beat Fatigue, Psymbionic, and Cobrayama for remixes of Gramatik’s collaborative hip-hop track, “Satoshi Nakamoto,” adding another group to the ever-growing pool of momentous Epigram remixes. The original, which is named after the mysterious person or group that invented the revolutionary BitCoin technology, is a return to Gramatik’s hip hop roots, and as such, was perfectly suited for rappers Probcause and Adrian Lau to lay down some thick verses upon.The EP features three new versions of “Satoshi Nakamoto,” which has already reached legendary status after its original release in early 2016 as part of Gramatik’s latest LP, Epigram. The first of the re-inventors to throw his hats into Gramatik’s cryptocurrency ring is the Amsterdam-based Beat Fatigue, who adds additional live instrumentation and a very healthy dose of funk.Hot on the heels of Beat Fatigue is Gravitas Records label manager and multi-tempo bass music producer Psymbionic, who creatively slices the original up and gives it his signature synthesized sonic treatment. Finally, ex-Exmag member Mike Lannato, now known as Cobrayama, finishes off the EP with a more laid-back, retro re-imagination that utilizes the nostalgic themes of the original as the main focal point.Read More:Gramatik – Native Son (ft. Raekwon & Orlando Napier) Free DownloadPretty Lights Music, Bassnectar, and Slovenian rappers: an in-depth look at Denis Jasarevic of GramatikGramatik releases new compilation for free via BitTorrent
LA-based producer APEK has had a year he will never forget. He has worked with many artists such as Breathe Carolina and Tritonal. Not only this, but he is now one of Enhanced Recordings main recording artists. His self-produced music has charted and streamed in large quantities; He has remixed many tracks from today’s biggest The post Apex Releases Single “Traces” on Enhanced Recordings appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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.
Listenbee started his career co-writing mega hits like LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sexy and I Know It.” After penning songs for others lost its luster, he set the dance world ablaze with his debut “Save Me,” earning 70 million streams on Spotify alone.Listenbee’s latest single, “Children,” featuring Cosmos & Creatures, is perhaps his most impressive work to date, mixing nuanced verses, a playful drop full of surreal synths, and a chorus that seamlessly blends children’s voices into the mix. A true musician who doesn’t “want to be pigeonholed into one sound,” Listenbee continues to expand his diverse catalog with another essential offering.Read MoreTwo Friends Ft. Cosmos Creature – Out Of Love (Sean Turk Remix)Lost Kings ft. Cosmos & Creature – Marathon (Original Mix)Listenbee – Nottamun Town
Discover a new artist you might want to keep eyes on. Her name is Grace Mitchell and the new single is titled, “RIIICH.” The style plays off of alt pop with a heavy hip-hop influenced beat. And hard-hitting and melodic vocals really tie it all together. Peep the new release and we’ll be on the lookout for what The post Grace Mitchell – RIIICH appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Minneapolis producer, Ghost Channels, has recently released his latest album titled “Lé Sigh”. The Indie, Synthpop album is a welcome change of pace for Ghost Channels, who has been known lately for his House and Deep House tracks. Prepare to go on a wonderful journey back in time when synthesizers were king. ; ; “Lé Sigh” The post Ghost Channels Drops New Album “Lé Sigh” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Noted remixer and underground producer KRANE has been supplying a steady stream of beats for the past few years. Back with his second release in the past month, he has offered up a remix of Cashmere Cat‘s “9 (After Coachella)” featuring MØ and SOPHIE.Keeping MØ vocals but removing the original’s abrasive drop, KRANE puts a light future bass twist on the original. A jersey club style buildup leads to an explosive second drop featuring the producer’s exciting samples and percussion. Glimmering synths and an upbeat melody fade in and out, bringing together yet another beautiful track for KRANE’s catalogue. Read More:Sinjin Hawke – Onset (KRANE & Alexander Lewis Remix)Keys N Krates x KRANE – Right HereKRNE crafts an impressive, dark statement with new eight-track EP ‘Debris’