March will always be dominated by the sounds of Miami in the electronic music scene; with the Winter Music Conference just around the corner, Miami compilations are everywhere. Bringing a fresh and true party collection however is Big & Dirty Records, who bring us a number of exclusives and some seriously good house music.
Mixed by the Swedish production/DJ duo Lunde Bros, ‘Miami 2015’ welcomes a number of heavy hitters to the party with the likes of Merk & Kremont, Jewelz & Scott Sparks and Fedde Le Grand coming together for one spine tingling showcase. Lunde Bros make their presence known throughout the tracklist, appearing on a number of releases as well as part of an exclusive team effort with Plastik Funk on the mammoth ‘MPC.’
Whether or not you’re in Miami this month, Big & Dirty are sure to bring the sunny vibes with the help of Lunde Bros. A true celebration of good music and good vibes, this is one of the stronger multi artist compilations landing this month. You can pick up a copy on March 13th.
Teaming up with fellow Dutch duo The Him, Sam Feldt is taking the deep house scene by storm with this release. The talented producer is no stranger to house music, as he continues to explore into unventured territories. The combination of cadences with ANGI3‘s lovely vocals works wonders, creating a catchy track that is easily identified with signature Sam Feldt maneuvers. The loud melodic chords are especially appealing to big room crowds, and they help create a potential dance anthem for many in the foreign lands. It’s surprising to see how much the Dutch producer has grown in less than a year’s time.
This record will be out on Spinnin’ Deep on March 30. Make sure to get your dancing gear on because this is about to be your next summer anthem in the near future!
Another Friday, another collection of raging tunes. I don’t know about you ninjas, but this has been a ridiculously busy week, so it’s time to just grab a drink and start off your weekend right with some huge free downloads below. For those of you that are already on Spring Break, fill up your playlists and enjoy!
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At one point or another, we all have contemplated what comes after this life. With this daunting concept, Tchami shows his darker side on his new original, “After Life,” which marks the first taste of his After Life EP. On this tune, Tchami weaves through shadowy atmospheres before exploding into his signature synths for yet another future house gem.
As if the song wasn’t already enough, Tchami also release the “After Life” music video. Following a day in the life of a man dealing with his own personal demons surrounding death and the After Life, the video is a thought-provoking, emotional experience that’s fitting for the song.
Astronaut took some time away from Monstercat to deliver an EP on the fellow Canadian label, Kannibalen Records. Two electro beasts make up the Rockers project, named after the title single, a collaboration with label heads Black Tiger Sex Machine. The two acts came together for a firey festival house track, but don’t you worry, it’s not big room bullcrap, it’s aggressive acid! “Bounce” is the B-side of the project, but despite being a bonus, this hit brings the energy just as much as the first track. Together, they are a one two party punch fit for all those who rage.
It’s a good day when Deon Custom uploads something to his Soundcloud. He did just that today with his edit of “Triadzz,” an original by Glasgow’s Rustie. Deon makes the song more appealing to a DJ, providing a sound that is uplifting in nature. His edit is one of those cloud nine tracks, which you’ll come to understand once you’ve lent your ears to his sonic magic. This comes after his original “Razors” which shares a similar future trap style. He’s managed to win our ears over again, and hopefully he does the same for you. This is one of the best examples of a good “edit” and since this is an edit, it has been released for free.