If dubstep has become too chaotic for you lately, look no further. Producers Protohype and Carnage have converted the already orgasmic single “Running To The Sea” by popular Norwegian electronic music duo Röyskopp into a chillwave masterpiece of crushing wobbles. Featuring the soothing vocals of Norwegian singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfor, the track exposes the beautiful dynamics of the original with added layers of pure electronic bliss. Enjoy the free download below.
Röyskopp & Susanne Sundfor
Running To The Sea (Protohype & Carnage Remix)
GRiZ, the 22-year-old Michigan-born producer, has been producing massive hits left and right. His earlier releases last year, including “Smash The Funk” and free EP Mad Liberation, catapulted himself to the top tier, and with now announcing his alliance to OWSLA, Skrillex‘s record label, there is nothing that can top him.
Taking on LA producer Kill Paris‘s “Slap Me,” GRiZ summons a brand new remix full of colorful funk melodies and bragadocious basslines all in good style, while still injecting a lot of filth. You can download the track today before its official release on Kill Paris’ To a New Earth EP available Feb 26th on OWSLA.
Slap Me (GRiZ Remix)
Glasgow producer Hudson Mohawke has taken victim the infatuating original of London duo Disclosure‘s latest single “White Noise” featuring the vocals of fellow UK electro pop pair AlunaGeorge. The seductive rendition follows HudMo’s release of his Valentine’s “Slow Jam” mix on his Soundcloud profile.
Hudson Mohawke seems to now be under the PMR Records umbrella, stating “PMR028 – Forthcoming on PMR Records” on soundcloud.
A few weeks back we reported on a preview of Dillon Francis incredible trap take for the ubiquitous moombahton single “Bootleg Fireworks” and today we are happy to announce its official release. With the reception of his previous remix “Masta Blasta,” Dillon Francis, under the prolific guys of Mad Decent continuse to evolve his sound with this filthy trap rendition.
Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth)
The rising electro-pop duo Ghost Beach are back to share another hypnotizing collaborative track. After pairing up with San Francisco’s summertime enthusiast Viceroy on “While We’re In Love,” the New York-based tropical duo have teamed up with the lovely and much-featured-on-The-Music-Ninja artist, Noosa.
“Close Enough” is a nostalgic track, reminiscent of 80′s and its bright summer days as the impeccable production (by Nic Hard of The Bravery and Aberdeen City) lays a foundation for the vocals to glide through the track. This new original track is off their next full-length, which is currently untitled and without a set release date.
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Close Enough (Feat. Noosa)
Leave it to Gramatik to seamlessly create a new subgenre. Gramatik, as we have described before, has had funk, soul, blues and jazz running through his veins since he was a toddler, and while that alone doesn’t give him the authority to on all these genres, his music clearly does. Bluestep is a complex yet simply layered experimentation merging two complete opposite genres into one seamless sound. There are no limits to what Gramatik cannot mix together and this is just another example of his brilliance.