Mr. Saccardo is something special. This hidden gem of a producer has been creating and releasing tracks for a while, and has had multiple...
San Holo has proven to be one of electronic music’s most interesting producer’s since his debut in 2015. One of the earliest adopter of the sounds and style that would come to define the various “future” genres. Still, he’s avoid getting bogged down in one particular sound and his original and remix work has solidified San Holo’s reputation for eclectic styles.This range is on full view in a recent mix the producer provided to SLAM! Much of his classic style is on display but it’s not long before the producer splits off into hip hop and mellower vibes. He even manages to include some Gesaffelstein in the set without it sounding out of place. If there is one critique, it’s that that the mix clocks in at just under 25-minutes. Even so, it is highly worth a listen.Read More:San Holo – We Rise (Acoustic Version)San Holo makes Diplo & Friends debutSan Holo – Light (Crankdat Remix)
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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”
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
Tropical house, the sub-genre that was originally was created by both Kygo and Thomas Jack has now become a worldwide sensation. While it might have been called Balearic house in the past, tropical house is gaining momentum at an unprecedented rate. Don't believe us? In 2015, the tropical house artist Kygo became the fastest artist The post The 40 Best Tropical House Songs Of All Time appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Electronic music fans rejoice. The genre giant KRANE has put together yet another ecstasy inducing EP for our ears to enjoy. If you’ve been keeping up with the artist as of late, you’ll know the has a big thing for collaboration. In fact, KRANE has been teaming up to throw down on heavy hitting tunes so often that he created an open format label called SESSIONS to host these countless partnerships. The most recent batch of tracks to be released under this project, SESSIONS_04, showcases work from rising names in the electronic music community such as DNMO, WYOMI, Laxcity, and Oceans. Throughout the project we find a consistent thread of heavy hitting trap breaks contrasted by elegant, pleasant melodies. So when you press play, be ready for a dynamic, high energy listening experience. If you’re looking to get acquainted with new names in the electronic music world, definitely keep your ear on KRANE going forward.