Though commonly known for his Zedd remixes, KDrew has had a multiple original anthems over the years, too. A personal favorite of mine always was “Let Me Go” with Rico & Miella, which I'm happy to see up and comer Dylan Hardy recently bring back to life. KDrew's original was a melodic marvel of a The post Under 2500: Dylan Hardy Revives KDrew’s “Let Me Go” with Remix appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Exemplifying their talent as Canada’s latest breakout act, Toronto DJ-duo Waves have released the latest of their lyrically-dominated and head-bobbing tracks, “Back In Time.” Edging on the pop-influenced side of the ongoing current future-bass craze, Waves have carefully crafted a track that fits effortlessly into a hodgepodge of musical environments.Formed with evocative inducing melodies and lyrics that outline the story of a dwindled romance, Waves have nailed their dynamic sound structure with this current release. Incorporating silvery vocals from LA-based lyricist Lavin, “Back In Time” has the multifaceted makings of a main-stage sing-a-long, and promising radio hit.Read More:Marshmello keeps his mask on for remix of Future’s “Mask Off”Kaskade dives into future bass in his remix of Tinashe’s “Flame”DJ Khaled claims Insomniac “tried to sabotage”; his unfortunate EDC set
Dutch duo Yellow Claw teams up with Quavo, Tinie Tempah and Cesqeaux for their latest “Stacks,” released on Mad Decent. Dedicated fans who listened to their #YC11 mixtape have heard this track previewed before as part of that mix. “Stacks” is a new single from their upcoming LP Los Amsterdam, set to be released on March 31. Beginning with erratic breaks, rising with hard hip-hop vocals, then dropping into genre-defying, hard-hitting kick drums, this track has the energy and potential to light up trap stages at upcoming festivals.Despite MC Bizzey’s departure from the group last year, YC has lined up some talent for this track. Cesqeaux, also hailing from the Netherlands, has teamed up with Yellow Claw many times before. As a member of Migos, Quavo has contributed to some of the biggest releases in hip hop today, including but not limited to “Bad and Boujee” — which recently received the remix treatment from Zhu — and “T-Shirt.” Tinie Tempah released Junk Food just under two years ago, and has released three new singles in 2017 already. The track is exactly what should be expected of Yellow Claw: a fun, boisterous romp perfect for big speakers.Photo Credit: @yellowclaw/InstagramRead More:Yellow Claw, DJ Snake and Elliphant share new trap anthem, ‘Good Day‘San Holo – Yellow Claw join forces on ‘Old Days’ Free DownloadYellow Claw – Invitation feat. Yade Lauren (Original Mix)
Featuring playful, distorted vocals over a smoothly rolling, catchy melody, Marshmello has delivered a mesmerizing original, entitled “LoVe U.” The latest single will undoubtedly be a summer anthem, perfect for the peak of festival season, as the producer flaunts his beloved signature sound once again for fans across the world.“LoVe U” follows the release of Marshmello’s remix of Future‘s “Mask Off” which was characterized by its energetic, Jersey-club drop infused with triplet kick drums and that notorious bedspring sample. Although it’s been months since the masked artist has released an original production, his newest proves to be well worth the wait for his fans.Read More:Marshmello and Demi Lovato collaboration is right around the cornerFuture – Mask Off (Marshmello Remix)Marshmello – Moving On (Original Mix)
Bear Grillz has released his latest EP, This is Your Brain on Dubstep–a five track collection which features a variety of sonic styles throughout. Grillz throws something different into each track showcasing his euphoric, uplifting dubstep sound while also keeping things interesting by changing up progressions and harmonies. The American artist collaborates with Sullivan King, Selah Ford, Kompany, and Sam King on the EP and their complimentary vocals give the album extra dimension.Bear Grillz has also announced his tour dates for upcoming shows throughout the United States. The Void tour will make over thirty stops across the nation, hitting hot spots in NYC, Chicago, Dallas, and Las Vegas. The young artist from Colorado has been selling out his shows thus far as the hype around his unique sound is hittingat an all time high. With this new momentum, there is no stopping Bear Grillz. Read More:DA Premiere: Bear Grillz & Datsik – Drop That Low (Original Mix)DJ Snake – Here Comes The Night (Crankdat Remix)The Hot 25: April 7, 2017
Indiginis expands the realm of modern electronic music by merging their soulful nature with bouncy, percussive textures that pair perfectly with their innovative ear for rhythm. Their latest melodic triumph once again affirms this duo’s musical expertise. With minds geared toward the future, the two brothers from Tibet drop a soulful and electronic music blend that The post Indiginis – Copywritten So, Don’t Copy Me Free DL appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Klahr & Galavant are the latest Swedish newcomers to take center stage for Axtone Records this month. Having made with his debut EP for Axwell’s renowned label just the other month, Klahr returns alongside Armada favorites Galavant for yet another U-turn in the young Swede’s production output.Taking a far more future bass-savvy stab at the electronic pop world, “Boiling” fuses catchy vocal hooks with upfront energy to maximize both acts’ transition from the more traditional club sounds that gave both their respective rise. The result is an impressive vocal offering from a new generation of Swedish dance talent.Read More:Klahr drops eclectic debut Axtone EP, ‘Dreaming Wild’The Radar 53: Mixed by KlahrKlahr – Lyon (Original Mix) Free Download