Now out on fledgling house label Somn’thing Records is “Ready & Waiting”, a seriously powerful party tune from UK producer Damon Hess. The hugely iconic artist and DJ has worked with none other than talented vocalist Becca B for this winter collaboration, and together the artists have created some real magic. With real, expansive groove The post Damon Hess vs Becca B – Ready & Waiting appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Miley Cyrus has undergone a shocking personal transformation — one even more surprising than her phallus-obsessed concerts where she would ride bananas, twerk while scantily clad, and dress in marijuana-print jumpsuits. Miley has abandoned her wild side claiming that her scandalous actions were part of a phase and has taken the opportunity to embrace her country roots.While her latest track, “Malibu,” has received mostly positive criticism for the personal, earnest lyrics the piece shares, there has been some heat directed at the remixes renowned producers have attempted to create.The established artists who put their spin on Miley’s tune include Tiësto, Dillon Francis, Alan Walker, and The Him have allegedly received some flack for disappointing fans with a perceived lack of creativity in each remix. A possible explanation for the unimpressive outcomes is that “Malibu” isn’t the right type of piece that works well when remixed. There are songs that stand best when left untouched, and with the outcome of the remixes, it seems as if each artist tried to force a makeover which resulted in a strained, unimpressive, and, frankly, boring product.Tiësto’s rendition does not dramatically differ from Miley’s original. There is no flair, no heart stopping, hard signature Tiësto drop. Alan Walker picks up the tempo of the piece a bit, but, like Tiësto, his typical intensity and distinct artistry is missing. Dillon Francis’ remix is a bit better than Tiesto and Alan’s take on the piece, with some semblance of a drop that the others lack. However, the bridge is slow moving, lacks texture, and honestly, is generic.Perhaps the most successful remix of the collection comes from The Him, who enliven Miley’s original with a fiery build up and exciting melody. The duo provides an energetic and intriguing spin on “Malibu” thanks to their well-rounded and balanced sound, built upon progressive house chords and layers of vocal samples.H/T: EDM SauceRead More:Miley Cyrus presents new kandi and rave inspired art collection at New York Fashion WeekMiley Cyrus vs. Cedric Gervais – Adore You (Extended Club Remix)
After months of hype, London-based producer Jon Gooch, better known as Feed Me, has released his latest EP on mau5trap. Existential Crisis marks the producer’s on mau5trap since 2013, and the wait was worth it.Feed Me has been busy in 2017, appearing on tour with deadmau5 this spring while finishing up the new EP. The Canadian producer even premiered the EP’s title track on his BBC Radio 1 residency earlier this month.Existential Crisis is an otherworldly experience, highlighted by flaring electro house melodies and heavy-hitting bass. The collection is a masterpiece and is incredible to listen to from start to finish — not unexpected, given the level of respect Feed Me has garnered within the electronic community. It flows seamlessly through different facets of Feed Me’s talents, from electro to dubstep and everything in between.The producer says Existential Crisis represents combining techniques and equipment, and bridges a transitional period in his life:The EP encompasses five pieces of music and artwork. In coming back to mau5trap to release, time feels like a flat circle in a positive way, and it’s exciting to work again with such a unique label that stands for individualism. It’s music to dance and forget about things for a short time while the world burns around us. It served as a precursor to touring with Joel on the lotsofshowsinarow tour, where I extended how I perform live and got constantly inspired by new music, new technology and new artistic opportunity. I find it important to constantly deconstruct, re-evaluate or reinvent myself or my surroundings, so with this EP and tour complete I take lessons and begin the next crisis.Read more:Vaults – Hurricane (Feed Me Remix)Listen to Feed Me’s official ‘Strobe’ remix in fullWatch this: Deadmau5 fan captures full Cube 2.1 live set in HD
jimmie is back with another dope remix and we're loving the clubby vibes on this one! Taking on Galantis' “Hunter”, the NYC producer has teamed up with Stavro T for a groovy future house remix that is sure to make you dance. With shiny synths and a percussion overload, this remix is definitely going to The post Galantis – Hunter (jimmie x Stavro T Flip) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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)
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”
BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix doesn’t mint any duds. Pete Tong’s weekly broadcast has established its iconic status over the past two decades by consistently selecting the world’s best DJs to proffer their best possible mixes, so the quality of product can be assumed.However, there are Essential Mixes and there are Essential Mixes. On May 19, Stephen and David Dewaele put forth the latter.The Dewaele brothers are among the rare breed of artists who are legends twice over – both as Soulwax and 2ManyDJs. For their first Essential Mix since lending to the program as Soulwax in 2005, the fraternal duo put forth an unprecedented effort in their inimitable two-part mix.Late in March, Soulwax released their latest album, From Dewee, but for this weekend’s broadcast they didn’t rely on the LP’s releases whatsoever. Instead, the prodigious outfit put forth an entire hour of entirely new Soulwax music, produced specifically for the Essential Mix – an endeavor which Tong giddily notes is a first for the program from a group of their stature. The brand new songs – titled “Essential 1 – Essential 12” – are bizarre, experimental techno and electro. Indeed these offerings are straightforward, high caliber Soulwax classics.For the second half of the set, the brothers don their other act’s hats, launching into a masterfully diverse 2ManyDJs set. Over the next hour, the brothers explore an eclectic range of dance music, exploring a tasteful array of jazz and reggae-inspired electronica, and generally unclassifiable – but high quality – selections.Though the following statement is a bold assertion, it is nonetheless true: the Dewaele brothers just put forth the front runner for 2017’s Essential Mix of the Year.Listen to the Soulwax/2ManyDJs Essential Mix here.Tracklist:Soulwax – Essential Intro Soulwax – Essential 1-12 Asa Moto – Systema Naturae Astarius – Ancient Times 1 Sammy Burdson – Disco Cola Daevid Allen & New York Gong – Jungle Windo(w) Kayanza – Salutation Akazéhé Sheila E. – Koo Koo Ghassan Rhabani – 2nd Reggae Poligam – A-Dur-Funk Klaus Weiss – Running Roland Vincent & Jean-Pierre Lang – Le Trou Noir Funky 4 + 1 – Rappin And Rocking The House Crazy Bank – Up Down Push (Soulwax Edit) Nina Scott – Drap De La Contrebasse Klanken – Vier Hossam Ramzy – Eshta Lazlo – Hazard Bobby Heath, Eric Peters & Robert Hunter – Power Grid Voice of Authority – Stopping & Starting (Soulwax Edit) Doxa Sinistra – Modern Age (Soulwax Edit) DJ – Over Dose (Fear II) Timmy Thomas – Funky Me Kamikaze – Tokyo Rose Osamu Mundi- Sexafari Zohra – Badala Zamana (Soulwax Edit) Jean Philippe – Midi Waffles – Poland Yannick Chevalier – Rhythm Tom Drums 2 Peder Mannerfelt – Request Line (Soulwax Edit) Tristesse Contemporaine – Get What You Want Whyte Horses – Feels Like Something Changing Love Collection starring Jean Sharon – Papa Bully (Soulwax Edit) Waffles – Croatia Cornelius – Clap & Whistle & Walking Klanken – Vijf John Cravache – Paris Roswell DJ Bert & Eagle – I Am Your MasterRead More:Ben Pearce makes a deep, well-rounded Essential Mix debutCamo & Krooked feature over 100 tracks in their Essential Mix debutDon Diablo shares the history of his career for his BBC Essential Mix debut
If the words “electro pop from the future” tickle your fancy, you're in luck. Up and coming Dutch duo Klyne have been making music together for a little over two years, and they've got a few things up their sleeve. As they kicked off their tour earlier this month, they chatted with EDM Sauce about The post Klyne Drops Lovesick Pop Single “Still Not Over You” appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Influenced by the likes of AC Slater, Claude Von Stroke, and of course, the coach of the Mighty Ducks, ‘Gordon Bombay', this DJ Duo is one to keep an eye out for. From Philadelphia, Gordon Bombay is known for their groovy sets having opened for acts such as AC Slater, Laidback Luke, W&W, and more. In The post Up and Coming: Gordon Bombay Releases ‘Mystical’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
It’s not often you come across a remix of Portugal. The Man, however “Feel It Still” got a nice treatment from ojivolta. Not only did that happen, but the duo came out with a cool live video of their track to supplement the release. With the “Feel It Still” remix we get a bluesy trap take whose infectious sound will get you hooked even before the video snatches your attention. With the video, the duo play out their flip live alongside a take of “iSpy” by KYLE and Lil Yachty. All together the performance is highly entertaining, which has us ready to see ojivolta play when they come through our way.
This isn't your typical Trap Track. But then again, what is ever “typical” or “normal” coming out of OWSLA? I say that with a huge smile on my face because I friggin' love everything this label stands for. Skrillex has been making waves with releases over the past few weeks and now Mark Johns is The post Mark Johns Drops Smooth-Lyrical Track ‘Same Girl’ Co-Produced by Skrillex appeared first on EDM Sauce.