Today we bring you “Meteorite”, an exciting new banger from California DJ / producer duo Tommy Noble and Detroit-based singer Celldweller. Fusing elements of hard rock, electro and house this track really turns up the energy level with its driving rhythms, rave sirens and cinematic vocals. You can pick up this track here if you want to throw it in your DJs sets or simply enjoy the stream below.
Happy Friday Ninjas! You are more than likely still chuckling from what we put in the brackets, but after listening to it, it’s the only thing we could put up there. Amazeballs.
One listen to UK based indie-pop outfit Laurel Collective will make you grin. “They Hate Me” has catchy riffs, quirky song structure, and often goofy lyrics which is a perfect way to coast into your weekend. Plus it’s a free download!
Have fun out there. Don’t do anything we wouldn’t do (which means your options are pretty wide open).
‘Forever’, the title track of LA based sister group HAIM’s debut EP has been given the remix treatment by ex-Studio member Dan Lissvik. Reworking the 90’s, R&B tinged flavor of the original, Lissvick’s subtle dancefloor injection sends ‘Forever’ deep into blissful Balearic territory. Hello weekend.
Funky Israeli four piece, Izabo have just dropped the video for ‘I Like It’, the first cut from their forthcoming debut album. Continuing where last year’s sunny single ‘Summer Shade’ left off, ‘I Like It’ is another slice of laid back, funk infused indie that’s guaranteed to get your feet moving.
‘I Like It’ is out on 7th May but in the meantime you can grab this free download of ‘Summer Shade’:
We’re no strangers to Dragon and Jontron, and at this point, you shouldn’t be either. The Denver duo just released their track Sriracha, and a spicy package of remixes to go along with it. That terrible joke was totally intended, and I apologize. I just couldn’t help myself.
The original track is a progressive house gem with solid synth driven melodies. Dragon and Jontron are known for combining progressive house structures with electro house production style. Since the track has that style of backdrop, it’s perfect for all kinds of remixes. Denver based producer Joman has thrown down a electro house remix, while UK producer Felix Leiter has worked in his own style to create a dancy house tune. Alongside those two remixes is J Flash’s dirty dutch remix. His tracks have been getting playtime with some huge names, including Chuckie.
When we first stumbled onto Eos, we knew we had come across something special. At the very young age of 15, he was impressing people by the masses. Just to give you an idea of how impressed people are with him, his remix of “Moves Like Jagger” has just eclipsed 8 million views on Youtube. You heard me. 8 million.
This mix was released a while ago, but we’re bringing it back up as a plea. Eos is currently in the running to open up for Rusko in San Fran, and could use your help. Listen to the raw talent in this mini-mix, and take a minute to vote.
Today begins the 8 day count down until Big Baby Gandhi releases his new mix tape titled No1 2 Look Up 2, which he’s been promoting with banger after banger to keep the hype up. The latest single, called “Lurkin’”, features Fat Tony on guest vocals and has a huge production by none other than Hot Sugar. The thick beat has heavy emphasis on the bass, which is true of a lot of Hot Sugar’s work, and is met equally by the commanding deliveries of both MCs in stride. The mix tape will be the first release I’ve heard from BBG since his collaboration with Das Racist on “Blue Magic” and, if this track is any indication, its going to be worth the wait. Stream below: