[Future Bass] Jaron – Time, Real & Imaginary

Time, Real & Imaginary

Jaron is living proof that age is just a number. For his 16th birthday (you heard me…16th birthday), this kid decided to put out a track called “Time, Real & Imaginary” and boy did it blow my mind.

With such vast instrumentation, Jaron channels back an forth between classical instruments, electronic sounds, and a singular voice. By doing this, the song manages to have two completely different sides to it. One side is soft, pretty, and calming. The female voice hums notes while a beautiful sounding piano accompanies her. Meanwhile, the other side of the song is an incredible display of heated passion. Drums practically burst out of your speakers, and the synths play with such intensity. The song is a constant battle between these two very different sides, and the product of this battle is this incredible piece of music. Although this might not be something you’d hear playing at a club or music festival, it is something you can really listen to and appreciate. It’s songs like these that remind you that music is an art.

So throw this beautiful piece of music a free download!

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[Pop] Josefine – Do It For Me

Do It For Me

The Los Angeles pop-crossover artist Josefine has come through the pipeline with a new single. Her jam “Do It For Me” found its way into our hearts and therefore all our Summer playlists – likely, it’s going to do the same for you.

It’s not what you’d expect from a poppy electronic record called “Do It For Me.” Josefine switches up the love-laden Summer single by flipping the script for a liberating track. Some might find it a bit sad, but ultimately it’s aim is to motivate and allow oneself to let go. This one is definitely worth the purchase price if you still buy tracks, otherwise you can add it to your playlist – either way, do so here.

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[R&B/Electronic] Latir – I’ll Be There

I'll Be There

Hailing from North London, Latir has come overseas to the dojo with via his latest single. “I’ll Be There” His bridging of R&B with electronic is just what our ears needed this week. Let Latir usher in the weekend with this one.

“I’ll Be There” is a memorable laid-back love track. It’s dreamy, soulful and the chorus will be stuck in your head for quite some time. Latir enlisted Danny George for the production and together they knocked this one out of the park. Safe to say, next time Latir drops a record, we’ll be there. Check this one out and stay tuned for more from him!

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[Electronic] Ruchir – Chicas (Silcrow Remix) ft. BUTO

Chicas (Silcrow Remix) Ft. BUTO

At a first glance, the Soundcloud page of Silcrow seems like nothing much. With only 56 followers and one remix, there is little reason to see this guy as anything more than a classic wannabe producer. But let me tell you something, after listening to that one remix of Ruchir’s “Chicas”, I am convinced that this guy is gonna be playing festivals by the end of this year.

While the original version of the song has a minimal, chill, trappy vibe to it, Silcrow’s rendition is the complete opposite. The entire remix is a complete 3 minutes and 29 seconds of fast-paced, absolutely banging sounds. Hard-hitting synths and drums are only the half of it. What I really love about this track is how professional the production on it sounds. Despite so much going on throughout the remix, Silcrow manages to keep everything sounding flawless. I’m beyond excited to see what else this guy has in store for this year. Be sure to grab a free download of this incredible track!

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[Electronic] Lil Skies – Nowadays (Snugs Remix)

Lil Skies
Nowadays (Snugs Remix)

Nothing makes my day more than when I come across new, groundbreaking artists, so when I first listened to this remix by Snugs, I couldn’t help but smile. With only four tracks out on Soundcloud, this act has managed to garner over 400k plays, and it’s pretty easy to see why.

This remix holds onto all the great aspects of the original song, while also changing certain things in the best ways possible. With smooth synths, wild vocal chops, and groovy drums, the ingenuity of this track is next level. I’m so happy I found these guys on my Soundcloud feed because they’re definitely going places.

Oh, and if you’re not grabbing a free download of this right now, I don’t know what you’re doing.

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[Music Video] Midoca – The Feeling Is Gone

One of the more intriguing artists we’ve had our eyes and ears on as of late has been Midoca. With his music and videos he’s ensnared us in his creative web and we’re not looking to escape anytime soon.

His latest release is the indie electronic crossover “The Feeling Is Gone” that is sure to conjure up some heavy emotions despite its name. This record is almost therapeutic in tone, but in a cathartic way of letting something meaningful go. With the music video it does a wonderful job of translating that tone over to the visual medium. It’s a simple idea set upon awesome landscapes that pull you in. Yet again Midoca has stricken us with his talents.

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Lords Of Acid – So Goddamn Good [TMN Premiere]

Lords Of Acid
So Goddamn Good

As far as electronic music goes, Lords Of Acid is an act that’s up in the Pantheon as they have been around since the late 1980’s. They’ve continued to amass a catalog of unusual works and this year it’s going to grow immensely with a new project, Pretty In Kink.

Today we have the honor of premiering a piece of LP by way of the single “So Goddamn Good” that is not so subtle in its provocative nature. But when are Lords Of Acid ever the ones to be subtle? Their mind-bending attitude fits well with their music, certainly with regard to this exciting sexual creation. If you’re feeling frisky, mentally undress yourself and get busy with the latest from Lords Of Acid.

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