[Hard Techno] Luca-Dante Spadafora, MOTi, VIZE – Let Me Go

Get ready to be blown away by “Let Me Go,” the latest festival anthem from the powerhouse trio of Luca-Dante Spadafora, MOTi, and VIZE. This track kicks off with a thumping kick drum that sets an unbeatable tone. As the song builds, you’re hit with grand piano chords that transport you to a different plane, only to be jolted back to reality by a hard-techno drop that’s pure euphoria. Just when you think it can’t get any better, the second drop showcases intricate percussion that keeps the energy sky-high until the very end. “Let Me Go” impacts with just the right amount of ups and downs.

Luca-Dante Spadafora’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric. This 24-year-old sensation has made serious waves, quickly amassing over 400 million streams. His hit “Mädchen auf dem Pferd” shot to the top of the German and Austrian charts, making him a household name in EDM. His fresh approach and high-profile collaborations have solidified his place among the top 20 EDM producers in Germany.

MOTi’s journey is equally impressive. Hailing from Amsterdam, he’s produced for multi-platinum hip-hop artists like Ty Dolla $ign and Wizkid, and teamed up with dance music legends like Tiësto and Major Lazer. His track “Virus” went Platinum, and his collab “Boom” with Major Lazer has over 190 million plays. MOTi’s influence extends into the pop world, with remixes for big names like P!nk and Selena Gomez. He’s performed at top-tier festivals including Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, and Creamfields, and them some – the man is a globe-trotter.

VIZE rounds out this trio of talent with his phenomenal success in Europe. With over 2.5 billion streams and 1.3 million records sold, VIZE has earned more than 75 gold and platinum awards across 18 countries. His eclectic collaborations with artists like Felix Jaehn and Afrojack have made him a staple at major festivals like Tomorrowland and Parookaville. Tracks like “Never Let Me Down” and “Stars” are easy go-to’s for a good time.

“Let Me Go” is the culmination of these artists’ incredible journeys, blending their unique styles into a single, charming track. With a combined monthly listenership of over 14 million, Luca-Dante Spadafora, MOTi, and VIZE have put together a song that’s not just awesome – it’s legendary. Add “Let Me Go” to your playlist now and get ready to hear this one rinsed in A-list sets.

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[Drum & Bass] Tiësto, Hedex, & Basslayerz – Click Click Click

Let’s talk about “Click Click Click.” This track is pure fire. From the first moments, it’s a rush of energy that grabs you and doesn’t let go. The vocals, inspired by dancehall, blend seamlessly with the intense drum and bass rhythms. When the second drop hits, it’s like the song goes into overdrive, adding even more power and force. It’s short, but it packs a punch.

Tiësto, the superstar DJ, began his journey in the underground dance scene before skyrocketing to fame. With countless global streams and prestigious titles, he’s a giant in the music world. Hedex, the rising star in D’n’B, has been taking the scene by storm with tours in Australia, New Zealand, and the US. His recent hits with Chase & Status are just the start. Then there’s Basslayerz, a drum and bass crew known for their mind-blowing performances. With members like MC Spyda and Blu Bomma, they’ve earned their spot as well-known names in the scene.

As for accolades, Tiësto is a GRAMMY Award-winning icon with over 8 billion streams and countless titles like “#1 DJ” by Rolling Stone. Hedex’s hit with Chase & Status reached the UK Top 20, and he’s known for selling out shows worldwide. Basslayerz, with their larger-than-life performances and social media fame, continue to rise in the ranks. Together, they’ve made something heavy hitting sure to stand the test of time.

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[Bass House] Marc Antonix – Echoes

Marc Antonix a DJ and producer from Los Angeles has developed a gorgeous mix of cinematic elements rhythmic tones and assertive basslines that’s a bit addictive, to say the least. Starting in the vibrant LA scene, Antonix quickly released singles like “Let You Go,” “Glory Nights,” “All A Dream,” and “All For You.” His style has earned him support from Don Diablo, The Chainsmokers, and Afrojack, and his work has been featured in Your EDM, CULTR, Earmilk, and We Rave You, among others.

“Echoes” by Marc Antonix begins with an array of ambient sounds crafting a broad and immersive aura,. As the bassline emerges, the track gains momentum delivering a powerful experience. Nostalgic melodies flow throughout providing emotional depth and reflective moments amid the energetic flow.

The track’s breakdown has lush emotive chords and an intense rhythm bringing a surge of emotion within a bass-house structure. This section highlights Antonix’s skill in mixing intensity with sentiment. “Echoes” fits both club and festival settings and is a meticulously crafted piece with intricate layers and dynamic shifts that keep the listener engaged.

Marc Antonix’s journey from local talent to a notable figure is an excellent and priceless sign for a rising talent. “Echoes” snapshots his musical path and pursuit of originality marking an important step in his career. One can expect more releases to come from him in the future – this is one talent worth keeping an eye on.

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[Electronic] Able Grey – Fatal Love (ft. Hymn and NoelleMichelle)

Able Grey has steadily built a reputation for crafting tracks that resonate on a profound level. His previous works have drawn attention for their meaningful blend of emotional depth and intricate production. Notable tracks have gained support from a wide range of industry figures and recognition from leading dance publications. Able Grey’s performances at major festivals like North Coast, Summer Camp, and Backwoods, along with support from A-List names such as Excision, Trap Nation, KSHMR, Nicky Romero, and Showtek, are strong indicators as to where this soloist is heading. His music has also been featured in Spotify’s official editorials ‘Dance Rising’ and ‘Mint.’

Able Grey, based in Chicago, began his journey with a passion for blending various music genres. He uses an electronic drum pad and a MIDI controller to create a dynamic live experience, incorporating edits, mashups, original compositions, and remixes. This is just one part of a greater whole that makes what he does a bit addictive and easy to come back to.

“Fatal Love,” the latest release from Able Grey, highlights many of his best traits all in one release. The track features the complementary vocals of Hymn and NoelleMichelle, with an emphasis on vocal and lyrical expression. Drawing inspiration from Imogen Heap, Bon Iver, and Sleep Token, “Fatal Love” is part of his forthcoming EP, “The Eternal Cycle,” set to release on June 14th. This EP symbolizes a never-ending story, designed to loop seamlessly and embodying themes of perpetual motion and continuity. It began as a single collaboration and evolved into a cohesive project, reflecting the endless journey of life and the universe. Check out the song below and look out for the EP coming soon.

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[Tech House] San Pacho – No Guest List EP

San Pacho is a true standout in electronic music, particularly in the house genre. His tracks like “Trompeta,” “Voy,” and “Tequila” have racked up millions of streams. His collaboration with Matroda, “La Pasion,” has soared past four million streams on Spotify – no easy feat to say the least. Supported by big names like Tiesto, Diplo, David Guetta, and Martin Garrix, San Pacho boasts a strong social media presence and over 950k monthly listeners on Spotify, making his mark immeasurable.

San Pacho’s journey began with a deep love for Latin House. Over the years. He has created a style that fuses Latin elements with modern house vibes, which has lead to many successful releases and collaborations and cemented his status in the genre. His knack for pushing house music boundaries has earned him a loyal following and widespread acclaim.

The “No Guest List EP” is now available. Featuring six tracks that have already destroyed crowds at major festivals like EDC Las Vegas and Beyond Wonderland. The EP kicks off with “No Guest List,” a track that brings the party with its stuttering synth-stabs and catchy vocal samples. Next up is “Dale,” a collaboration with Teko, offering a laid-back, Latin-flavored vibe with intense percussion. “Alfoja,” featuring Buitano and Fatboi, shines with its smooth Spanish vocals that perfectly match the beat.

“To Di Drum” delivers a darker sound with echo effects and metallic drums while keeping a Latin twist. “Cha Cha Cha” lightens things up with a fun, feminine touch, giving that classic San Pacho feel with its tight drumwork and arrangement. The EP wraps up with “Amor (VIP),” a hypnotic take on the original, featuring pulsing basslines for a powerful finish that leaves you wanting more.

San Pacho’s “No Guest List EP” showcases his fresh vision for 2024.

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[Bass] Dr. KattyWompus – Whip It

Dr. KattyWhompus, a seasoned veteran in the music industry, has carved out a unique niche with his deep-seated passion for both music and visual art. With a background as a recording engineer, lighting designer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, his skill set is as expansive as it is impressive. Preferring anonymity, Dr. KattyWhompus lets his high-caliber work speak for itself. His performances at iconic events like Burning Man and various San Francisco clubs just begins to describe his story, particularly in the realms of dirty bass music and drum & bass.

His latest single, “Whip It,” shines light on his ability to blend humor and intensity seamlessly. This track originated from a creative partnership with director Andrea Tseng, whose vision aligns perfectly with his own. They drew inspiration from a wild desert party at Burning Man, amidst a dust storm, which sparked the idea for an epic HD stock footage project. The track stands out, in part, due to the cloud imagery and whip crack effects, which adds an unexpected layer of entertainment.

“Whip It” will premiere with a music video on August 11th at the Enchanted Loft, an LA micro-festival series dedicated to uplifting rising artists. The filming process was an adventure in itself, with Dr. KattyWhompus experiencing a few accidental whip cracks but remaining in character throughout. 😉 The use of smoke bombs and fog machines to create a white-out effect added to the video’s unique aesthetic, soon to be revealed.

Beyond “Whip It,” Dr. KattyWhompus’s recent track “Warm,” featuring Nataly Michelle Wright and Shaina E. on violin, showcases his songwriting chops. This release highlights his ability to constantly introduce fresh ideas while maintaining a cohesive groove. Dr. KattyWhompus’s approach and craftmanship go above and beyond the call of duty – “Whip It” is no exception.

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