‘On and On’ is the follow up to Fossil Collective’s gorgeous debut EP, ‘Let It Go’. Delivering a rich and beautiful second taste of the band’s imaginative songwriting, this new track is very much cut from the same cloth as their debut release and once again raises goosebumps, as-well as our excitement for their debut album!
GTA Vice City gets taken to the dance floor with style. Joman does just the right amount of remixing on this 80′s jam “Obsession” from Animotion. On first listen the only thing that was running through my head was me running around Vice City stealing cars and picking up hookers. Joman adds some filthy wobbles while still staying true to the original melody, maintaining a very satisfying groove that is sure to get your feet moving. This 4-on-the-floor banger is sure to make your Tuesday a little more enjoyable and we can thank Joman for that. Cheers.
Out of all the things I love in the music world, it’s song creators with a sense of story. Lots of times, music fans mistake a sense of story as simply lyrical—the lyrics tell a story using words, much like the author of poetry or prose. A truly remarkable band, however, can create a musical story without relying solely on a lyrical story. Instead, they use the anticipation and release of emotion through instrumentals, in addition to lyrics, to achieve the same effect as well crafted lyrics alone.
LULS shows just the aforementioned ability with Young. Simple drum beats and chords in the beginning of the song mark out something of a heartbeat, which leads to a powerful crescendo of sonic electric guitar, base, and cried out vocals. The song vacillates between an easy following pulse to intense explosions of sound, gently guiding the listener through a series of emotion.
Great bands do this effortlessly, as LULS does here. Keep an eye on them on their soundcloud.
Bassnectar is back to his dark and eery, heavy bass influenced ways. This track titled “Hexes” featuring some terrifying vocals from none other the Chino Moreno, who Bassnectar refers to as one of his favorite vocal artists. This was made for the new “Resident Evil: Retrubution” movie, and I can’t think of a better artist to feature on that soundtrack then Bassnectar. He also said that he had way too much fun scoring this and he “wanted to make a beat that dropped like a wall of bricks to knock people back in their seats at the movie’s sudden and dramatic end”. Well now I have to go see this movie just to hear this on some massive movie theatre speakers, and props to Bassnectar for making it to the big screen. Cheers.
You know one thing at this point in time: Denver knows how to party. It may be a city tucked neatly against the mountains, thousands of miles away from any coastline, but the EDM community there is thriving to say the lease. With that being said, it’s time to buy your tickets to Skylab: Mission Blackout. This long standing Denver tradition is back September 22nd and promises to be better than ever. As if this video didn’t get you excited enough, names on the lineup include: Porter Robinson, Zedd, Gareth Emery, Borgore, and so many more.
Don’t wait to buy your tickets before it’s too late. You don’t want to miss this one.
Music on the promo video is courtesy of Dragon and Jontron.
What starts off as a seemingly dancy club appropriate remix of Calvin Harris‘ “We’ll Be Coming Back”, turns into something completely different. Feature Cuts infuses his emerging signature style and decimates the track with a gritty, wobbly drop. The ominous tones are hard and heavy, but Example‘s vocal sample remains throughout to tie the track together. It’s dirty, head-banging dubstep, and it’s addicting as hell.
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Calvin Harris feat. Example Well Be Coming Back (Feature Cuts Remix)
Yesterday, a fairly obscure group of friends from DC, named Spektrem, released their newest song “All Too Soon”. The track itself is incredible, especially for a collective that has been around for about a year with only a handful of songs under its belt. It has a tremendous prog house rhythm with great vocals incorporated. From start to finish, it sounds like a classic progressive house song that you would hear blaring in a club, and hopefully it soon will be. Spektrem has set the bar high with “All Too Soon.” So be sure to check this one out.