There are few things in life that fire me up more than tracks like this. Mainstream EDM has built this bubble around itself that simply doesn't allow the types of tracks that got us to this point, in. The tracks that DJs/producers brought to the for-front years-ago like Hardwell's Big Room anthems “Apollo” and “Spaceman”. The post Julian Jordan’s Latest Hit “Chinook” Has Us Ready To Party appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Dembowyz is a group of producers who grew up in Miami, Fl and its ever evolving music scene. They aim to impress the crowd with their hard drums and grooves, no matter the genre. For their next release they decided to mix a little old school with new school by adding some Nintnendo 64 Star The post Under 2500: Dembowyz Emerges With Unique Riddim Tune Free DL appeared first on EDM Sauce.
If you have not heard his name before, remember him now: Flapo. He has given multiple tracks what he calls “the Flapo treatment,” among a handful of his own original releases, and he's an unreal producer. His latest remix, flipping NoMBe's “Young Hearts” to be your summer number, however, has to take the cake. A The post Flapo Flips NoMBe’s “Young Hearts” Into Relaxing Summer Tune appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Elusive West Coast prospect Bobby Nourmand continues to turn heads with a weird and wonderful stance on the modern club sound. Landing off the heels of Potion single “Deep In NY,” Nourmand’s first fluid urban crossover moment, the Los Angeles talent returns this month with a return to his deeper and darker studio guise for ‘Dust.’ An airy and evocatively building piece of modern house prowess, “Dust” is a great example of where atmosphere and elegant execution can give a club track something of a timeless feel. Easily holding ranks with some of the sound’s finest European proteges, Bobby Nourmand may have found his signature stamp within this standout instrumental offering. Read More: Bobby Nourmand Feat. feat DOC & Goodmorning – DEEP in NY (Original mix)The Radar 65: Mixed by B O B B Y N O U R M A N DBobby Nourmand – Deep (Radio Edit)
Without question, Flume is one of the more brilliant minds in modern electronic music production. Apart from inspiring countless waves of innovation, he’s also one of the first to take notice of talent that take their own risks in exploring uncharted territory. To cap an eventful 2016, Flume has compiled a list of what he believes to be the top 10 tracks of the year. A shout-out to PC Music’s A.G. Cook makes the grade, and he goes on to acknowledge the experiments of Anohni, Andy Stott, Ngaiire, and throws some big hype out for his experience with Bonzai. “This year I was lucky enough to tour through Europe with Bonzai on support. There’s something really fresh about the rhythm in this track. I cant wait to hear what she does next!” 1. Bonzai – Bodhrán 2. Ngaiire – Diggin 3. Tourist – Run 4. Isaac Tichauer – Higher Level (Bicep Remix) 5. A. G. Cook – Superstar 6. Charlie XCX – Vroom Vroom 7. Andy Stott – Butterflies 8. Clams Casino – All Nite Feat. Vince Staples 9. The XX – On Hold 10. Anohni – Drone Bomb Me H/T Dancing Astronaut, Triple J This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Listen To Flume’s Top 10 Tracks Of 2016
This past weekend we published an article concerning the difference between ecstasy and molly found in the US and Europe. Overwhelmingly, experts found that ecstasy in the US was more adulterated and less pure than similar pills and capsules in Europe. Unfortunately, that hasn’t prevented the UK from experiencing the highest level of ecstasy-related deaths in the past 10 years. ITV reports that there has been a 600% increase in the UK in the last 5 years (Office for National Statistics). While ecstasy in Europe seems to be objectively more pure than its counterpart in the US, the underlying problem is that pills are becoming stronger at the same time. One pill now might contain a relatively higher dose of MDMA than another pill did a year ago. Dr Simon Brandt at Liverpool John Moores University, who tests ecstasy pills, says that dosages have increased two to three times in the past ten years. The average dose then was 80-120mg and those taking substances now, possibly for the first time, might not be prepared for the effects. Testing kits, while effective at identifying adulterants in pills and powders, are not able to detect dosages, so it’s still important to only buy from trusted sources if you do at all. You can purchase a testing kit here. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Number Of Ecstasy-Related Deaths In The UK At Highest Level In 10 Years
Sean Turk continues to build his repertoire of first-rate remixes with a crafty redesign of the debut single from Los Angeles-based indie electronic singer/songwriter Phil Good. Based on the title alone – “Sleeping In” – it’s easy to see why Turk would choose to add it to his ever-expanding ‘bedroom bass’ discography.Phil Good’s original is very creatively arranged already, with a captivating vocal topline and a foot-tapping, head-bobbing rhythm constructed with just the right amount of swing. Turk utilizes a bouncy beat similar to the original, but tweaks the groove and the synth design subtly to fit his sensual style.One way to know that an artist is dedicated to creating a certain sound is when every creative choice fits it like a glove. In Sean Turk’s case, with this particular remix, the snare in the chorus is one of those features which could be said to be pronounced to the point of sticking out, but does so in a purposeful way that makes it relevant to the style at hand.Read More:Syence add to the ‘Chemistry’ of Steve Void and No MondaysStalking Gia – Second Nature (Sean Turk Remix) Free DownloadListen to The M Machine’s new single, ‘The Warehouse’
Nicole Moudaber and Skin of Skunk Anansie became a notable pairing in 2015 with the release of their Breed EP. Skin’s vocals proved a perfect addition to the grooving, hypnotic canvases Moudaber provided, creating a set of techno and deep house pieces that have since become some of the most beloved in the MOOD catalog.Aside from her collaborative work with Nicole Moudaber, Skin and the rest of Skunk Anansie also released an album of their own as 2016 commenced titled Anarchytecture. One of the album’s lead singles was the sinister-toned “Love Someone Else,” which follows the story of toxic lovers. The single has since been re-imagined by Nicole Moudaber, demonstrating once again how well both acts work together musically.Moudaber begins her reinterpretation of “Someone Else” with a peak time club piece led by incessant drums and a cunning, drawn-out note progression which amplifies the track’s chorus belted out by Skin. The re-work embodies the dark sound that has captured the ears of the underground community and elevated her to “queen” status by her fans.After starting off with intensity, the “Mood Edit” of the original takes it down a notch, painting a dissonant ambient soundscape dripping with the same synth progressions of the original remix yet lacking in percussion, making it a toned down, ethereal clip perfect for listening to outside of the club environment. Echo-y sound effects added to the Mood Edit tie the piece together, making it a clear standout from its techno counterpart.Both versions are available through Beatport.Read More:Techno Tuesday: Nicole Moudaber and Skin interview each other on new ‘Breed’ EPPan-Pot – Your Attention (Nicole Moudaber Remix)Nicole Moudaber and Skin unleash ‘Breed’ remix EP
2017 has been quite a year for Lucas & Steve thus far. From playing the MainStage @ Tomorrowland to hit singles “Up Till Dawn”, “These Heights”, “Feel Alive”, “Calling on You” and “Let's Go” (yeah they have all dropped this year), it would appear we are witnessing the take-off of these studs. Firebeatz are another The post Firebeatz x Lucas & Steve “Show Me Your Love” is Pure Fueg appeared first on EDM Sauce.
We’re just days shy of the release of Muzzy‘s new EP, Spectrum. Like the BPM of his music, the British drum & bass producer is keeping the hype high for the EP’s release on April 17. The Monstercat artist released the first EP track, “Spectrum,” just over a week ago, and has since followed it up with a BBC Radio 1 preview of another EP track, “Break Away.”Yesterday, April 12, “Lost Forever” popped up as his latest release on Soundcloud. The comment section of the track is already littered with comments about all the “Pendulum vibes” they’re getting from the track, and we couldn’t agree more. Between the perfectly haunting vocals and the racing drum & bass beats throughout the track, it’s reminiscent of Immersion-era Pendulum.Pre-order the EP here.Read More:Muzzy – Spectrum (Original Mix)Muzzy on his new science fiction-inspired ‘F Minor Factory’ concept EP InterviewMuzzy brings cosmic drum & bass to Monstercat with ‘Lost Metropolis’
Armin van Buuren is no stranger to success. Over the past few years, his releases have seemed to take over the main stage and the mainstream music scene. One of his biggest releases ‘I Need You' was a mega-hit; and on the eve of EDC Las Vegas, Armin has released his latest single ‘Sunny Days', which in The post Armin van Buuren Releases Megahit “Sunny Days” Just In Time For Summer appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Middlelands came and conquered festival season 2017, easily rising to one of the most magical and sought after experiences in dance music culture… but attendees were crushed when Insomniac was not asked back to the grounds for 2018. While the massive first-year event unfortunately can’t continue in the same venue, due to lack of support from the surrounding community near the The Texas Renaissance Festival Fairgrounds in Todd Mission Texas, there’s still hope. Owner, operator and mastermind behind Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Forest, and now Middlelands, Pasquale Rotella, is scouting new locations for next year’s installment of the medieval-inspired music festival. His updates via Instagram Stories below have given us the hope we needed — the show must go on! H/T: River Beats | Image via Julian Cassady for Insomniac This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Pasquale Rotella Scouts New Location for Middlelands 2018, and It Already Looks Epic
With Ultra Music Festival only four days away, construction on the whole festival is well under way and should be nearing completion. One of the most daunting structures of the festival is, of course, the Ultra main stage. As home to the biggest artists of the festival, the production needs to be on par – and this year, we’re looking at quite the interesting design for the stage. Fanatics know that you can watch a live cam feed of Bayfront Park at any time, but for the general public, this will be the first time they’re seeing a picture of the Ultra main stage during construction. As you can see below, a top tier of LED panels are at a 45 degree angle toward the middle of the stage, while the mid-tier panels are sort of “wavy” – and since the left and right sides are offset, perhaps they even move? This stage is not completed yet, so it’s still early to say what a totally finished production will look like, but we’re getting pretty damn close. Four days away! View post on imgur.com H/T EDM Sauce | Image via Rukes.com This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Check Out The First Picture Of This Year’s Ultra Main Stage
Quickly rising to the top of Billboard‘s pop charts, Ed Sheeran‘s “Shape of You” has been picked up by more than a handful of artists for some calmative remixes. “Shape of You” was released early January and has been hailed as an instant pop classic. Resting at 95 beats per minute, the original track is prime fodder for moobahton, midtempo, or tropical house remixes. Below, we’ve included five noteRyan Dwane’s tropical house remix is right in line with the poppy sensibilities of Sheeran’s original. Xylophones and flutes round out the collective frequencies, and a faster tempo endows the track with greater energy.NOTD has enlivened the song in a different way, opting to give it a future bass spin. Without the original’s steady-beat rhythms, this track breaks from the rest in this list, and blasts listeners with massive synths similar to those found in Illenium’s tracks.FTampa‘s more sedate remix brings to mind the mid-tempo melodies of Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry.’ The charting vocals taken from Sheeran’s voice are reminiscent of Major Lazer, DJ Snake, and MØ’s “Lean On” in this revision.The penultimate “Shape Of U” remix comes from Decoy!, and aligns FTampa’s mid-tempo mood. However, Decoy!’s remix adds whistles and piano lines to the production, resulting in an overall richer sound.Last but not least, a boisterous remix from James Carter & Levi nicely concludes this list. Impactful horns, charming melodies, and a moombahton tempo help this take on Sheeran to echo the styles of artists like Diplo and Dillon Francis. H/T: SlateRead More:Listen to Ed Sheeran’s two new electronic releasesEd Sheeran, Benny Blanco join Justin Bieber and Major Lazer collaboration, ‘Cold Water‘