It’s looking like the rising artist MODEL 86 is on course to drop a big album. It’s only the first release from the record so far, but “MISSING” is a killer futuristic creation with hip-hop and sample based influences. The flute lines that run on the top above crazy rhythms are so sick. We’ll be bumping this one all The post MODEL 86 – MISSING appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Heroless is on a rampage releasing fire track over and over again. With only three releases under his belt this new brand is steamrolling through blog headlines. His last remix of Tchami reached just over half a million plays in two weeks and his newest remix is gaining quickly as it heads into it's 8th The post Heroless Puts Golden Twist on Dua Lipa’s “Hotter The Hell” Free Download appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The most supported tracks of 2017 (so far) are here and demand your attention! Thanks to 1001Tracklists, not only are we able to track and listen to detailed, song-by-song setlists from our favorite DJ/producers, but we can also check out trends, listen, and find links to buy all the hottest electronic music! The top overall tracks from the past six months were shared via 1001Tracklist’s Twitter account, exposing the top 5 most supported tracks of 2017. Tchami came in at #1 on the list, with Confession release “Adieu” at 146 plays; Don Diablo‘s edit of Zonderling‘s “Tunnel Vision tied for #1, while he also charted at #4 with his original “Switch”; D.O.D.’s “Sixes” came in at #3; and Throttle‘s “Hit The Road Jack” rounded out #5, technically tying #4 with 114 plays each. If you check out the “Top Overall Tracks” from the past 6 months on 1001Tracklists.com, you’ll find that exact placement changes up, and other songs that land within the top 10 include Chris Lake‘s “I Want You,” Tiësto & Sevenn‘s “Boom,” and more! MOST SUPPORTED TRACKS OF 2017 Most Supported Tracks of 2017:T1. @iamTchamiT1. @zndrlng @DonDiablo 3. @dj_dod4. @DonDiablo 5. @throttle pic.twitter.com/L10CwHX8Cp — 1001Tracklists (@1001tracklists) July 3, 2017 H/T: EDM Sauce | Photo: Rukes This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Top 5 Most Supported Tracks of 2017 (So Far) via 1001Tracklists
As many grievances as 2016 brought, it’d be a lie to say it wasn’t an incredible year of music. Perhaps, that’s how it always works–the best art comes in the worst of times. Music has always been my primary coping mechanism and I couldn’t be more thankful for all the artists that made this year bearable and, quite honestly, pretty damn fun despite it all. These are the songs that soundtracked my best moments and lifted me up during my lowest–I hope they can do the same for you. Happy New Year! No song quite captured the struggle of depression in a more captivating manner than Solange‘s ‘Cranes In The Sky.’ Kaytranada‘s edit makes it glow even more. 2016 was a well-deserved breakout year for the incredibly talented Moses Sumney. “Lonely World,” with its intense progression, would be my song of the year if I had to pick one. Autolux were easily one of my favorite discoveries of the year and “Change My Head” is them at their most potent–haunting, grungy and catchy with raw, dynamic percussion. Moderat- Reminder Moderat‘s III was my favorite album of the year and ‘Reminder’ exemplifies the super-group’s incredible production in both its stark lows and explosive highs. This is just a beautiful protest song in so many ways. From Mick Jenkins‘ versatile rapping and singing to Badbadnotgood‘s flawless live instrumentation, it possesses a unique balance and thoughtfulness that few similarly themed songs display. Make sure to check out the entrancing music video as well. Blood Orange-E.V.P. This one’s for Prince! Blood Orange couldn’t have given us Freetown Sound at a better juncture. Kaytranada-Glowed Up (feat. Anderson .Paak) Two of 2016’s all-stars team up for pure gold capturing Kaytra’s intriguing cadence and Anderson .Paak‘s soulful flows. Innanet James‘ introduction to the music world comes with this no-fucks-given summer anthem that also highlights The Kount, a candidate for best new hip-hop producer. Kid Cudi-By Design (feat. Andre 3000) Kid Cudi, Plain Pat, Pharrell & Andre 3000…yeah, could’ve guess this one would be in my 16 before I even heard it. Can’t stop listening to this one. A Tribe Called Quest-We The People A message of inclusion that came when I needed it and from exactly the crew I wanted to hear it from. RIP Phife Dawg! Rufus Du Sol-Innerbloom “Innerbloom” is truly Rufus Du Sol‘s manifesto–an epic that captures the essence of their endlessly playable 2016 release, Bloom. This song also spawned one of the best remixes of the year from What So Not. Kenton Slash Demon-TT Kenton Slash Demon continue to enamor me with their trippy, textured take on dance music. ‘TT’ manages to feel both ethereal and ready for the dance floor. Frank Ocean-White Ferrari (Jacques Greene Edit) The original version of “White Ferrari” may be my favorite track from Frank Ocean‘s emotional masterpiece, Blonde–capturing both its most and least accessible elements. Montreal producer Jacques Greene released nothing but phenomenal productions this year but this remix of Frank takes the cake. Aside from having the best name in dance music, Ross From Friends flipped everything I thought I knew about house music on its head. “Gettin’ It Done” certainly makes you want to dance but the lo-fi sonics teamed with a masterfully utilized soul sample create a vibe unlike anything I’ve heard before. If you dig this one, check out this mind-blowing live performance from Ross & crew. Mall Grab wins the award for my favorite house discovery of 2016 and this take on the sample from Kanye’s “Father Stretch My Hands Pt.1” was a staple in my DJ sets this year. While I love Kanye’s version, his cringe-worthy opening line disqualified it from any best of lists. Billy Kenny-Work Me (Justin Jay Remix) Werk into the New Year!
Valentino Khan's party anthem "Pony" receives a hard-hitting remix by Eliminate, the second track from Khan's forthcoming "House Party" remix EP. Eliminate's remix delivers mechanical, trap-influenced basslines and...
Marcus Santoro refreshes the melodic trance sound for Protocol Recordings with his new single "Blackout" ft. Lauren L'aimant. Santoro artistically leverages influences from progressive house, big room, and trance genres,...
“F.F.Y. (Feeling For You)” is the debut single by the singer-songwriter-producer BISHØP. We’ve heard this artist on collaborations with the likes of Elephante and Firebeatz. But BISHØP is showing that she has the skills and vision for amazing originals. Just listen to the flowing house creation “F.F.Y.” You’ll love it and be eagerly looking out for more from The post BISHØP – F.F.Y. (Feeling For You) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The Golden Pony team up with Dasha to put their own take on the throwback “Let Me Love You” by Mario. The single has been put out by our good friends over at Uprise Music as a free download. There’s no reason for you NOT to grab this one. With the newly redefined “Let Me Love You” we get a slight throwback feel, but only a small taste; otherwise this one has been completely re-imagined by The Golden Pony. They step away from their usual house style to cut down the BPMs and bring something that can’t be put into one box. What it can be labeled as is groovy, smooth and fun. Leave it to The Golden Pony to cook up a smash hit, as they always do. This time around, they brought it back, then forward with “Let Me Love You.” Don’t forget, this one is a freebie!
French-American producer EGZOD has been sliding into headlines all over the internet. Returning with yet another original tune that is sure to turn some heads, EGZOD teamed up with Boston native Imagin8 on “Focus“, and released via Insomniac’s Discovery Project. Carlos Martins, has been honing in this Future Bass sound that has really taken his brand The post EGZOD & Imagin8 Destroy Discovery Project Release appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Julian Jeweil’s brand of techno is polished and unrelenting. Over the years, he’s remained true to his sound, crafting momentous compositions that have built major traction in his career. Throughout 2015 and 2016, his success culminated in multiple #1 hits, creating a whole new demand for his refined sound.His newest EP is yet another embodiment of the timeless style that has allowed him to climb the techno ranks. Titled Chrome, Jeweil presents listeners with fiery new originals fit for peaktime warehouse hours. The eponymous opener sets the tone of the EP, embracing muddled bass and cunning, hollow synth accents which add perfectly to the piece’s overall shadowy nature. Jeweil ties these effects together with his signature heavy percussion, with kicks that ensnare listeners in the track’s confines until it fades out.Chrome lands on Form Music on December 12th.Read More:Matador’s ‘The Enemy’ receives remixes from Julian Jeweil & Hot Since 82Techno Tuesday: Julian Jeweil on mastering the art of techno productionJulian Jeweil – Myli (Original Mix)
The Panda funk movement over the past several years has not only turned into a global movement, but one that paints a true picture of what the dance music industry should be. Becoming a home to countless up-and-coming artists, Oscar Olivo was the next natural choice for Free the Pandas. Having just released “Go Home”, this progressive vocal The post Oscar Olivo – Go Home appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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)
Originally introduced to the world under the name Melf, the Norwegian producer has rebranded his persona as Marius. First captivating us with his rugged yet elegant sound design, Marius’ sonic aesthetic, while still evolving, is currently a chaotic mixture of synth-driven experimental moods and striking percussion.His next single under his new moniker, “Easy,” heads way left of center as the Scandinavian talent opens with a filtered drum kit number before introducing a starry chord progression and later revisits his percussion prowess with a number of follow up sections. Overall, Marius’ introductory offerings follow a similar path to when his fellow countrymen Cashmere Cat and Lido first started their careers a few years back.Free DownloadRead more:Melf – Guilty (feat. Maja) Original MixCashmere Cat invites fans to submit music for his next mixStream Cashmere Cat’s debut album, ‘9’
ZEKE BEATS has always had some interesting music to share. Recently, the Australian came out with the four track EP entitled Dispatch. With other worldly sounds, ZEKE BEATS was able to put together one of the coolest projects this year. That’s no joke, in fact we’re going to link you to the digital services right now, where you can add these stunning tunes to your digital library. You’ll want it. Dispatch is a journey to new fronts for bass music. There’s always been a huge spectrum of just how experimental or not bass music can be. This EP has the perfect blend of each side; some non-conventional sounds mixed in with a whole lot of accessibility. For whatever reason, there is a lot of groundbreaking music coming out of Australia and ZEKE BEATS is and has been a pillar in that community. Space age bass meets new wave trap throughout this EP, with each song breaking off a different slice of sounds. If we were to go out on a leap, we’d say “Payload” is the favorite, but even we’re not sure. Check out the EP and try and pick yours!
Parisan house producer DustyCloud also known as, Tom Roy is back with Auspex EP with 3 tracks under fellow Frenchman, Tchami’s very own label, Confessions. DustyCloud's Auspex EP offers raw, energetic and unique pounding beats and vocals. ‘Bold' is a deep house track with an existential question of our very own life and existence. Imploring us The post DustyCloud Releases Auspex EP appeared first on EDM Sauce.