Monstercat has gained a well-deserved reputation for pushing the boundaries of dance music. Whether it is collaborating with the gaming community or bringing together artists no one ever thought they would see listed alongside one another, the label has done it all. In May, Monstercat release a compilation, Uncaged, that brought together incredible releases from their label regardless of genre. Uncaged Vol. 1 was such a success, that the label is back with a new offering from the series.Now we are on Vol. 3, and the third iteration upholds the greatness we have now come to expect from the series. The album alternates between electronic mainstays like Ookay‘s “Lighthouse” and new tunes like Reach’s “Nobushi.” Other artists featured on Uncaged Vol. 3 are Pegboard Nerds, Seven Lions, Kill the Noise, Slander, and Kayzo among many others.Read More:Monstercat unleashes ‘Uncaged Vol. 2’ compilation Dirtyphonics & Sullivan King team up for compelling EP, ‘Vantablack’Slander discuss new EP with Kayzo, ‘Dilapidation Celebration’ Interview
Trance legend Paul Oakenfold has debuted a new track and it just so happens to also be the official theme song for Insomniac's Dreamstate brand. The song sets the tone for a new album compilation mixed by Oakenfold himself titled Dreamstate Volume One. Since its introduction in 2015, Dreamstate has grown into a wildly successful The post Dreamstate Drops New Compilation Album Mixed by Paul Oakenfold appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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,...
Louis the Child may still be teenagers, but Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett are shaping up to be dance music’s next crossover kings. Between Kennett earning production credits on The Chainsmokers’ mega-hit “Closer” and their headlining tour consistently selling out dates, the Chicago superduo are showing no signs of slowing down. While bread and butter may be crafting catchy future-influenced anthems, Louis the Child now reveal a new skill for crafting vibey hip-hop productions as they recently launched a new project with New Orleans rapper, Pell, called Pellican Child.To kick the project off, the trio have come forth with their debut collaboration “Turn Me Down.” Louis the Child craft an silky smooth, indie-urban backbone for Pell to string his eloquent verses atop, and undeniably succeed with a first official output that fans of both artists can enjoy.Read more:Listen to Louis the Child’s Diplo & Friends debutLouis The Child – Fire feat. Evalyn (Original Mix)Louis the Child & Icona Pop – Weekend (Original Mix)
There are a few names that come up when you utter the phrase “gods of bass music.” Bassnectar is usually the first, but Excision and Datsik are absolutely on the short list. The two Canadians have made a point of creating some of the grimiest and most notorious tracks in dubstep, even creating their own respective labels Rottun and Firepower. Today, they’ve just released their new collaboration “Redemption,” the first collab from the two to be uploaded to UKF Dubstep. If you’ve listened to either artist individually or together before, you can already sort of guess what this will sound like. Pounding drums, classic dubstep synths, crisp production, it’s all there. There’s no doubt that fans would go absolutely mad when this is dropped live, but listening at home, it seems a little safe for both artists. This will be featured on Datsik’s forthcoming Sensei EP due out December 16. Image via Rukes.com This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Datsik & Excision Release New Collaboration, “Redemption”
Major Lazer’s presence in the spotlight sits at an all-time high, thanks to their incredibly catchy radio hit, “Cold Water.” The track’s star power hasn’t derailed the trio from returning to their dancehall roots, with the genre’s purveyors recruiting their protégés Bad Royale for a fiery original titled “My Number.”The reggae-tinged single starts slow, opening with a sample of “54-46 That’s My Number” by Toots and the Maytals, a Jamaican group that has no doubt inspired Major Lazer. The beat unexpectedly speeds up, building into an intense drop that is classically catchy of the two groups’ sounds.Major Lazer are expected to drop an album in 2017, though it’s unclear at the moment if “My Number” will officially appear on the feature.Read More:Hangout Music Fest announces 2017 lineup featuring Frank Ocean, Major Lazer and moreListen to Major Lazer’s dancehall set from Burning Man
Party Favor once again proves his moniker to be highly appropriate with his newest party-starter of a track, “Wawa.” The track’s release marks the producer’s first original work since his high-ranked Party & Destroy EP last year on Mad Decent.The brief, yet ecstatic duration of “Wawa” is stuffed full of raucous festival drops and heavy bass which is grounded in its resounding percussion. Party Favor’s latest output is another track that fulfills its purpose to a T, and will more than likely be played out on main stages throughout the rest of the year.Read More:Watch Dillon Francis and Party Favor play vengeful nerds in ‘Shut It Down’ music videoParty Favor – Bust ‘Em (Original Mix) Free DownloadParty Favor’s ‘Booty Loose’ gains momentum, appearing in new Zac Efron movie
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Los Angeles based solo producer Ahee has been gaining steady momentum over his lastest releases amassing tens of thousands of plays with each release. His new track follows the release of his premiere Dank Sauce EP which was released via Play Me Records which has helped maintain this budding artist's growth. His latest installment titled “All The post Under 2500: Ahee Presents New Pop Dance Banger Via MalLabel Music appeared first on EDM Sauce.
This under 2500 artist is off to a strong start to say the least. Having won Dim Maks remix contest for “Devil's Lettuce” by Bro Safari and ETC!ETC! as his first release LO-DEF is picking up momentum at a head turning rate. His Sophomore release entitled “It's On” is an original tune that raises the The post Under 2500: LO-DEF Drops High Energy Bass House Banger appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Dancehall is a type of music that’s most popular amongst the Jamaican culture. Also called “Bashment,” it was originally described as a ‘more sparse version of reggae’ and gained its popularity in the late 1970s. This genre of music is one that we’re starting to see a rise in popularity, as well as see distinct The post Ape Drums’ New Song is An Electronic Dancehall Hit appeared first on EDM Sauce.