GTA Ft. Sam Bruno
Here is the definition of a festival anthem. Florida-based duo GTA just came out with this banger titled “Red Lips”, further adding to their Death To Genres collection, in which they showcase their genre-less big room tracks. Cleverly incorporating LA singer Sam Bruno‘s vocals into the tune, GTA bridged a seductive vibe before the epic drop. The loud trap synth would bring your adrenaline level up a few notches. This tune perfectly exemplifies GTA’s crafty use of trap elements in these festival bangers. With that said, GTA is setting the bar high for fellow festival-driven groups.
Make sure to catch them at Ultra Music Festival, as the “oooh’s” and the “ahhh’s” in their live performances would tell you just how influential the talented duo could be.
Howdy ninjas! It’s Friday again. We all know what THAT means. Kick it off right with theses ten jams and be sure to #danceirresponsibly. Until next time, enjoy!
Roses (Peter Brennan & TCUP Remix)
Île de Luna (Original Mix)
Around Me (Trooko Remix) ( The Remixes Vol 05 )
Energy (Original Mix)
Goshfather & Jinco X FIrst Gift
Blithe (Original Mix)
Nicki Minaj x M.I.H.
Only (Salva Edit)
The House That Booty Built Ft. Cheldon McQueen
Pay For What (LUCA LUSH REMIX)
Louis & Prada MikeeyKrook & SickState
Up To No Good (Original Mix)
Trap Queen (E-V & Koala Kalam Remix)
Fetty Wap‘s debut single “Trap Queen” has been trickling its way through the radio and club scene, finally implanting a spot in mainstream rotation. Today, fans of the catchy tune get a little taste of something different as LA-based DJ E-V and Ohio-native Koala Kalam give the successful single the remix treatment. Maintaining the high energy of the original, the two later flip the beat with the addition of some synth production, electro sounds, and a turnt vibe that is sure to keep the party going. Just in time for the weekend, take a listen to the free new mix and be sure to check out each DJ’s respective Soundcloud pages to hear more new and innovative mixes.
NGHTMRE & SLANDER
Trying to stay motivated to get through the mid-week struggle? Here’s something that’ll help you. Production duo Slander have teamed up once again with fellow LA-based producer NGHTMRE for another banger. Tweaking Loleatta Holloway‘s vocals and pairing them with uplifting melodies, the joined forces knock this one out of the park. The high pitched vocals definitely give it a majestic vibe, while Slander’s signature big room drops highlight what follows. The combination of these different elements works wonders, which are showcased most notably in the vastly contrasted drops. Heaven trap, as they call it, is the most fitting description for this epic track.
Released as a free download, “Gud Vibrations” is the third track off their upcoming joint EP titled Nuclear Bonds. Slander and NGHTMRE continue to show their talent and diversity with consistently exceptional collaborations. Listen for yourself above.
Kicks N Licks are coming at us from the West Coast with a new mix called “REFILL.” Thirty minutes of banger after banger is what these two scrapped together, with tracks coming from acts like MUST DIE!, Barely Alive, Habstrakt, Jauz and Dabin. Aside from bringing in quality tracks from other producers, Kicks N Licks dish out some of their old music, as well as five of their own IDs and one complete ID that has no artist labeled with it. Electronic styles of music that are more hip-hop oriented (trap, twerk, dubstep) are mostly what you get within this mix that you can download for free. Anybody traveling to or from SXSW this week definitely should hop on this bad boy. If you’d like to see these guys live soon, check out their upcoming dates below, with more to be announced soon. Continue reading
Mark Instinct & LUMBERJVCK
The Block ft. Strap Deez
Los Angeles producer LUMBERJVCK makes his way back to Kannibalen Records, this time with Mark Instinct and Strap Deez. The two producers join up for a booming hybrid instrumental called “The Block,” which gets murdered by raps from The Block Society owner, Strap Deez. With all three together, the final product is a straight up beast that is likely to end up attacking the upcoming events in SXSW and Miami. LUMBERJVCK and Mark Instinct are some of the most distinct bass producers in the game, and their coming together shows just what they can do playing off another’s talents. Get yourself a copy of “The Block” here.