One of the best house DJ's in the world, Chris Lake, has put his twist on Chromeo‘s new song “Juice”, turning their cheeky synth-laden California bop, into an incredible pulsating house banger. If I had to to pick someone to remix this track, Chris Lake would've been right at the top of this list. This The post Chris Lake Gets Funky With Official Remix Of Chromeo’s “Juice” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Tropical house, the sub-genre that was originally was created by both Kygo and Thomas Jack has now become a worldwide sensation. While it might have been called Balearic house in the past, tropical house is gaining momentum at an unprecedented rate. Don't believe us? In 2015, the tropical house artist Kygo became the fastest artist The post The 40 Best Tropical House Songs Of All Time appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The future of dubstep could very well be rooted in this record. Madhatter just combined some low end bass magic with the legendary voice of Boogie T. This is the latest release from Warpaint Records features an insane rap top-line that flows and vibes to the poppy-ish synths that then get engulfed by the Treacherous bass. The post Madman Producer Madhatter Brings Out Boogie T For “Want None” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Up and coming Austrian DJ and producer, iamu is on the rise in the electronic dance music scene with his unique and experimental sound with the combination of old school hip hop and chuck filled with deep bass. At just twenty years old, iamu brings hard hitting beats and sick heart thumping energy to the The post EDMSauce Exclusive Interview with iamu appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Polish up-and-comer DNF returns to R3HAB's CYB3RPVNK with his massive new release "I'm Back" to cure your winter blues. Delivering a big-room influenced sound filled with bouncy basslines and driving...
Deadmau5’s penchant for hip hop recently resulted in his Shotty Horroh collaboration “Okay,” a slick hip hop track combining vintage string samples with Zimmerman’s classy sound design. Now deadmau5 is continuing down that path, officially unveiling another new collaboration with the Manchester-based rapper.The pair’s new piece is titled “Legendary,” a quick hip hop number with a dark instrumental and heavy grime appeal. The two-minute arrangement is dominated by a growling bassline from Zimmerman and two savvy verses from Shotty Horroh.Deadmau5 has previously expressed his admiration for working with Horroh, writing on Twitter: “I should just produce a whole album for Shotty Horroh… dudes so easy to work with.”What’s more, it appears “Legendary” may be the first of two new tracks from the pair:Being lazy right now, but two new @ShottyHorroh tracks on the way. Much hype.— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) December 21, 2016
Italian native Yaya officially became a label owner in 2016, launching Tamango records as a realization of his “no-boundaries,” Afro-influenced musical vision. His penchant for highly rhythmic, driving beats is highly evident in 13k, a three-tracker that serves as Tamango’s debut release.The title track guides listeners gently into the rest of the EP, presenting fans with a refined and sultry tech-based groover whose subtly complex layers of percussion and muddled bass make it difficult to sit still while listening. The beauty of “13k” lies in its straight-forward arrangement, whose construction creates a heavy impact despite lacking in hugely melodic accents and notable drops. Listen to it below:
Groove Cruise is one of dance music’s favorite festivals at sea. With a successful Cabo edition safely returning to port back in October, the Miami edition is gearing up to set sail at the end of January with a stacked lineup lead by Lee Foss, Cosmic Gate, Dash Berlin, Umek and more.A house savant behind the decks, Huxley is certainly a favorite undercard act playing on the ship, and to start preparing his fans, the UK outfit has taken over our Orbit playlist series to give fans an early look at what he’ll be spinning.Diving straight into the hypnotic realms with Chris Carrier’s “Inside,” Jordan’s “In2Me,” and the Bass Dub of Tripmastaz’s “Sublimely Relieved,” Huxley carefully selects an hour and a half of entrancing tech house that will surely have Groove Cruise attendees curious to see him on the ship.Listen to Huxley’s Orbit takeover below and be sure to follow Dancing Astronaut on Spotify here.Read more:Listen to Kill Frenzy’s new Orbit playlist ahead of Dirtybird BBQ Art BaselDestructo celebrates the West Coast hip-hop sound in new Orbit playlistStay warm and listen to Kygo’s autumn Orbit playlist
As many of you may know, Kanye West has been in the news a lot lately due to the rapper/producer’s unfortunate hospitalization for mental-health related issues. While he’s since been released and actively working in the studio once again there are rumors that the second half of his Saint Pablo Tour will be fully canceled. While the first half of his tour was canceled following Kanye’s hospitalization at UCLA’s medical center, as it turns out TMZ is reporting that the second half of the tour will be canceled. Sources say that Kanye’s team has already reached out to the show promoter’s Live Nation to inform them of their decision. The second half of the tour is mostly European-based and features performances in marquee markets such as Paris, the UK, and German. Thankfully, as no dates have been announced nor tickets sold for any of these shows, the fall-out from the cancellation is minimal. Kanye is also covered via his insurance policy which will reimburse him for any ‘lost profits or expenses associated with cancellations that result from a medical condition.’ H/T: Power 105.1 | Featured Image Source: Ryan Holmes/Getty This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rest of Kanye’s Saint Pablo Tour Supposedly Canceled
In the wake of Deadmau5‘s newest album and subsequent tour announcement, streaming service Spotify has decided to dedicated an entire playlist to the work that has defined his career. “This Is: Deadmau5” features tracks from all across Deadmau5’s body of work, some stretching all the way back to his first albums and single releases. For fans of classic and new Deadmau5, this playlist will surely tide you over for days to come. Sitting at a comfortable 4 hours and 30 minutes, it comes as the ideal to spend the lazy days off before the holidays arrive. Listen to Spotify’s complete 48-track Deadmau5 playlist below. Image: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Spotify Creates 48-Track Playlist Of Deadmau5’s Very Best
On Thursday, January 19, Donald Trump will celebrate his official inauguration as President at the All American Ball, “a toast to American culture, featuring a stellar list of special guests, plus multiple areas of entertainment and attractions, which represent the diversity, energy and promise of America.” The event will take place at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, and for a staggering $350, attendees will be able to witness performances from some of the most noteworthy names in all of music…just kidding. Owners of the music festival-priced ticket will gain exclusive access to live shows from Nashville-based Beau Davidson, performing tunes from his most recent album The American Gentleman; The Reagan Years, an ’80s tribute band that only plays songs released during the years of Ronald Reagan’s presidency (sounds insane!); with DJ sets from EDM mainstays like DJ Romin, DJ Young Rye, DJ Flow, and DJ Freedom… According to the Ball’s website, the entire event will feature “approximately” nine acts, leaving attendees on the edge of their seats to find out whether it could end up being eight or 10. “Enjoy live performances by approximately NINE fantastic acts with FOUR dance floors, plus a who’s-who of special guests, strolling entertainers and other interactive attractions throughout the magnificently appointed venue.” With such a polarizing political platform and the public condemnation coming from many sectors within the music industry, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Trump was unable to book a lineup with any recognition. Source: Consequence of Sound | Image: AP Photo/LM Otero This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Lineup For Donald Trump’s Inauguration Ball Is The Worst Thing We’ve Ever Seen
Having recently signed with North American label Nettwerk Records, Miami-based Producer/DJ, Alyx Ander dropped his new single, “Memories of You” feat. Srey Davi last month to a wave of support from all corners of the dance music scene. Alyx is best known for his single “Close Enough” which has been championed by Pete Tong himself and has clocked over 27M streams. It has been a great closing of the year for Alyx as he has been named as an up and coming artist in both DJ Mag and MixMag.
Louis Futon has delivered the second installment of his “Zoned Out” mix series, featuring multiple teasers of unreleased new music.Futon has made quite the name for himself after releasing a single with ROZES called “Wasted On You” and having a smash remix of Rufus Du Sol’s “You Were Right.” You can catch Futon performing in San Diego for CRSSD festival this upcoming spring.Listen to his new ‘Zone Out’ mix below:Tracklist:1. Louis Futon – Unreleased 2. Future – I Won (feat. Kanye West) (Louis Futon Remix) 3. Louis The Child – From Here x Drake – Best I Ever Had 4. Louis Futon – Unreleased 5. ABSRDST – Skin Contest (feat. JSTR) x Rihanna – Work (feat. Drake) 6. Whethan – Can’t Hide (feat. Ashe) x Photay – Reconstruct (feat. Seafloor) 7. Mura Masa – Lovesick Fuck x Childish Gambino – Firefly 8. Marian Hill – One Time (Louis Futon Remix) 9. Honne – Gone Are The Days (MXXWLL Remix) x Odesza – Say My Name (feat. Zyra) 10. Chance The Rapper – All Night (Kaytranada Extended Joint) 11. Goldlink – Unique (feat. Anderson Paak) (Louis Futon Remix) 12. Kali Uchis – Ridin Round (Oshi Redo) 13. Flume – Say It (feat. Tove Lo) (SG Lewis Remix) 14. Daniel Caesar – Get You (feat. Kali Uchis) 15. NxWorries – Lyk Dis 16. Monte Booker – You 17. Hermitude -The Buzz (feat. Mataya & Young Tapz) x Jahkoy – California Heaven (feat. Schoolboy Q) (Medasin Remix) 18. Louis Futon – Unreleased 19. Electric Mantis – Flips and Flops, Drips and Drops 20. Louis Futon – Silk
Less than two months after its release, Giraffage has followed up his debut Too Real album with a set of remixes.The five-track set includes a blissfully mellow rework of “Maybes” from Grammy-winning artist RAC. He’s taken the minimalist track and given it a bit more of a dance backbone. Though it’s still true to its delicate roots, RAC is able to seamlessly morph “Maybes” into a smooth-flowing remix that accentuates Japanese Breakfast‘s vocals and pays homage to Giraffage’s well-crafted original.Other remixes of Too Real include “Green Tea” remixes from Carpainter and Onra, another “Maybes” remix from Masayoshi Iimori, and a “Slowly” remix from Hiko Momoji. The set of remixes is out Dec. 5. Read More:RAC – Unusual ft MNDR (Instupendo Remix)RAC revs up Life is Beautiful excitement with curated playlistJoe Goddard – Ordinary Madness (RAC Mix)
We’re excited to share this new song by Cazzette. It’s called “Oceans” and builds off a super solid vocal part by Leo Stannard. There’s sick tek-house elements and lots of unique synth design. So if you need a new deep electronic track with a big sound, check this one out. The post CAZZETTE – Oceans ft. Leo Stannard appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Burial‘s salient Untrue recently observed 10 years of rotation around the sun.Since the masterpiece’s release, the ominous producer has remained an anomaly. An established recluse, Burial has long preferred that his music speak volumes. His very identity was kept at bay for the majority of the early part of his career.Earlier this year, he made a re-appearance with his Subtemple EP and the eventual “Rodent,” which was an aloof, sultry original, gleaming in archetypally employed Burial ambiguity.His tracks themselves have long evoked sentimentality and introspection in club culture. Further building on this very style are two new tracks apart of the artist’s debut on NonPlus+ — an electronic music label from London — run by Alex Green, or Boddika.“Pre Dawn” is a haunting number, reminiscent of the aforementioned Untrue full-length, clocking in near 140 BPM and whisking away its listeners in its shroud, ice-cold quality. Upon its denouement, “Pre Dawn” returns to Earth where the scene transforms into dawn and carries the number into a synth passage. A voice appears to sing out, “Late at night… the energy… take me to the dream world.”Further into this very reverie state, comes “Indoors.”More hardcore than “Pre Dawn,” “Indoors” shelves out Burial’s classic garage and intersected rave style that took the underground by storm. It’s a vividly evocative number that needs no visual aid in envisioning its warehouse-reminiscent conditionsBurial is more than 10 years into his career, and with few releases in between, it remains a wonder when the artist will bestow a sonic gifting. Though aberrant and chaotic at moments, Pre Dawn/Indoors exude the beloved Burial elements, still reaching towards a sonic resolution, likely never to attain fulfillment — perhaps, intentionally. NONPLUS 043 – Pre Dawn / Indoors by BurialRead More:Burial – Rodent (Original Mix)Tresor Records to reissue entire Scopex back catalog in honor of 300th releaseRødhåd hits the mark on menacing ‘Target Line’ ahead of forthcoming album
For many music fans the art and craft of the album has been lost to a digital age, for others the vision of a concept album often lacks that atmosphere-enhancing quality. Dutch electronic music producer Ferry Corsten is an artist who shares this view. It is a view that has led him to complete his The post Ferry Corsten releases Sci-Fi concept album Blueprint appeared first on EDM Sauce.
On most every front, Cashmere Cat has had a standout 2017. The enigmatic producer released his debut album, 9, that marked a pronounced move into an intriguing experimental style — to say nothing of his production credits on some of the biggest hits for other artists.The Norway native isn’t slowing down, however, as he’s released a new, near hour-long mix inspired by his love for the island continent of Australia. Originally broadcast on Australia’s Triple J radio station, the mix features tracks from the likes of Four Tet, Machinedrum, frequent collaborator Sinjin Hawke, and, of course, Cashmere Cat himself.Read More:Cashmere Cat announces new winter tour alongside MØExpect the unexpected on Cashmere Cat’s OVO Sound Radio mixCashmere Cat – 9 (After Coachella) ft. MØ & SOPHIE KRANE Remix
The new Boy Epic song is definitely worth checking out. The sound touches on a bunch of genres, bringing them together into something of it’s own. His crisp vocal has a certain indie coolness and it’s topped off by some next level production. Check out “WOLF” right below and you wont be disappointed. The post Boy Epic – WOLF appeared first on EDM Sauce.