Having collaborated with a wide spectrum of artists including hip-hop singer Usher and downtempo/jazz artist Sia, David Guetta furthers his musical versatility by working with Alesso, and duo Tegan and Sara. The Canadian folk duo’s voices first gained mass recognition through Tiesto’s hit “Feel it in my Bones” and have most recently been featured in Morgan Page’s “Body Work”. This new track kicks off with Alesso’s relished elate sound and eases into Tegan and Sara’s dynamic interplay of vocals and signature silvern voices, which give the song its unforgettable hook.
Check out more of Guetta’s well-anticipated re-release of Nothing but the Beat, titled Nothing But The Beat 2.0, featuring Sia, Ne-Yo & Akon, Taped Rai, Nervo and more.
Alesso & David Guetta feat. Tegan Quin & Sara
Every Chance We Get We Run (www.exQlusiv.com)
Avicii has a damn easy button in his studio, and every time he clicks it, out comes a house anthem. I have never been a fan of Mike Posner so be completely honest this one was almost ruined solely for that reason. None-the-less this track has a summery uplifting vibe that Avicii is so well known for. Bringing some awesome chords to accompany the simple, but infectious melody that he delivers. This track was ripped from his Creamfields set and was extended by Overline. We will definitely be covering the full version so stay tuned! Cheers.
Avicii ft. Mike Posner
Stay With You (Preview)
Last night I watched Krewella absolutely destroy Ruby Skye in San Francisco. So it’s only appropriate that I stumble upon this brain scrambling remix of their track “One Minute” from DotEXE. This is Drumstep at it’s finest, featuring some sexy vocal editing to enhance the already amazing voices from these sexy beasts we know as Krewella. Improving a production from this group is quite a task but DotEXE did some serious work especially with this first drop. This remix just hits at all the right times allowing me to once again, be completely obsessed with a Krewella track. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Cheers.
One Minute (DotEXEs Dopest Dope Remix)
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With his edgy electronic vibe, Aron Airaghi a.k.a Aquadrop blasts his sound straight out of Milan, Italy. Airaghi gives a variety of sounds for our ears to play around with. From bubbly synths to cricket pads Airaghi makes sure that no sound goes unnoticed. With big name producers such as Brodinski comparing Aquadrops style to EPROM or Hudson Mohawke, You know Airaghi is not afraid to express the intense detail of the style of his productions. With the summer coming to a close, this track is the perfect tune to enjoy every last bit of it. You can download Aquadrops new EP here.
Oakland rap duo Main Attrakionz have carved out a sound of their own that embodies the more experimental side of the Bay Area hip-hop scene. While artists like E-40 and Too $hort continue to manufacture Bay trademarked hits, newcomers like the Main Attrakionz push that classic style forward progressing with little regard for genre boundaries. On their latest single, “Do It For The Bay,” Squadda B and Mondre M.A.N. enlist a fellow emerging emcee from across the Bay Bridge, DaVinci, who hails from the Fillmore in San Francisco. Over the some smooth signature “musica de Harry Fraud,” the three rappers pay homage to their respective homes with the distinct slang and feel of the Yay Area.
Stream and download this Northern California anthem below. The Main Attrakionz upcoming album, Bossalinis & Fooliyones, is due out on October 23rd on Young One Records. Also, look out for DaVinci’s LP, The MOEna Lisa, which is set to drop on October 17th.
Do it for the Bay feat. Davinci (Prod. Harry Fraud)
Earlier in the week Russian DJ group Swanky Tunes released their newest hit, “Blood Rush”, a heavy electro house track. The song itself is a great example of amped up electro house. It’s heavy and hard with this awesome rawness to it that doesn’t let up. The song develops extremley well, it has a great build up but doesn’t get repetitive and boring once it’s going, instead it switches between paces, rhythms and develops throughout the whole track. It adds different sounds and cords throughout all of it and is definitely one of Swanky Tunes best hits. With so many producers and DJs coming out of the east, Swanky Tunes manages to stand out and only get better. “Blood Rush” was released off their label Showland in Collaboration with Spinnin’ Records, and is available on beatport here.
Blood Rush (Original Mix)
With the release date of Mirage Rock drawing near, Band of Horses have unveiled yet another new track. “Slow Cruel Hands Of Time” is a mellow, gentle song, where the sweet-sounding trademark harmonies are really allowed stand out and shine. Its subdued nature reminds me why I once likened them to Fleet Foxes, but the song’s ’70s folk-pop leanings seem to mostly pay homage to the classic stylings of Crosby, Stills and Nash and Simon & Garfunkel.
Mirage Rock is the band’s fourth full-length album and it comes out September 18th via Columbia Records.