Chris Lake’s Rising Music may be located in London, but this has obviously not stopped their ability to recognize upcoming talent overseas. Deth Hertz and No Body, two American acts based out of Los Angeles, are about to make their label debut with what it appears to be an already Deadmau5 supported track.
‘Ready 2 Fly’ takes you exactly where you want to go. A beautiful and mellow start with feather-like piano chords that lightly lift your ears well above the clouds, only to later let go at the mercy of an uncompromising drop with a drilling bassline that feels like its digging its way to China. Whether you want to fly, or rattle the dancefloor, calling this track a banger would be an understatement.
Ready 2 Fly is now available on Beatport! Head over there and pick it up.
Stream Only: Deth Hertz & No Body – Ready 2 Fly
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Skylar Grey does not cease to amaze us. Her powerful angelic vocals are able to pierce through tracks exposing a deeper emotional core. Paired with feather-like synths, big room house build ups and a heavy growl of a bass, you simply get a standout track that exceeds all expectations. Paris-Born producer Gregori Klosman infused Kaskade’s ‘Room For Hapiness’ with enough electro to call it his own. It is nothing like the original and ten times filthier.
Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Gregori Klosman)
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Newton abbot’s Alice Jemima has been making a name for herself lately with her new single “Far From Here”. The track is a testament to one big thing that is prevalent in the music industry today; the love of the music itself. Countless blogs are popping up, bands are more willing to give free downloads, and everyone wants to spread the word about good quality music. Hence Alice Jemima’s sudden popularity.
With “Far From Here”, Alice combines a sincere delivery with unique vocal lines, memorable hooks, and intimate guitar parts to offer the masses a look into her plans of escape- and an offer to take us with her. The success of the song shows that the world is once more able to embrace quality song writing (rather than caring too much about recording quality), as it was composed through Garage Band in true indie fashion. The vocal lines are repetitive and catchy, the melody will keep you tapping your toes, and the “oh” parts will be stuck in your head for days.
Nashville’s Future Unlimited are taking the Internet by storm with the first single from their debut EP, Cloak & Dagger. The new single, aptly titled “Golden”, shines boldly fluorescent stage lights on the face of the electro scene- meandering back and forth from a sound reminiscent of the UK band Mirrors to a groove that nods with elation in the direction of 1980′s synth pop.
Future Unlimited is still pretty new on the world stage but the hype keeps building as we all ponder what will happen when Cloak & Dagger is released.
Future Unlimited – Golden
Future Unlimited – When It Calls
It’s time for a late night post, so don’t go to bed just yet. We have one more treat for your Wednesday evening. Netherlands based producer R3hab just released this remix of Cassie’s “King of Hearts” eleven hours ago, and you definitely should take a listen.
The dreamy one minute, thirty second build up is perfect for bed time, but don’t get too comfortable. When the beat finally drops it rings in your ears like a triple shot of espresso. The hard electro synths are tied in tight with this bangin’ beat, and play perfectly with Cassie’s vocals. If you can’t sleep tonight after hearing this one, don’t blame us. We’re just the messenger.
If you happen to be in the Denver area tomorrow – make sure to catch R3hab’s set at the legendary Beta Nightclub.
Wildcat! Wildcat! is a three headed giant, in the musical sense, from Las Angeles. The band is part of “Black Eye Music”, which revolves around member Michael Wilson and his collaborations, which makes the bands future as mysterious as its past. The band has been finding e-success through its blend of electronic overtones, indie rock sensibilities, catchy melodies, and trendy cat themes.
Their new tune “Mr. Quiche” has a solid percussive base that is filled out by keys, synth textures, and infectious vocal lines. The trio’s combined efforts work together to create an atmosphere and mood that make indie fans feel right at home while still exposing them to something fresh and new. Overall the song is really well done and leaves me excited for the band to finish recording their debut record.
Download Wildcat! Wildcat! – Mr.Quiche
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Feed Me and his little green goblin avatar have become ubiquitous among dance music fans over the past few years thanks to his multi-genre, razor-sharp production style and keen sense of branding. Much like his mentor and label boss Deadmau5, Feed Me has put his music at the forefront of his image closely followed by a cute yet sinister cartoon identity. As the little green monster shows up on bills and social network profiles in place of the british human behind the music, Feed Me’s image builds from simply another great producer into the iconic status sought after by global brands and celebrities alike. As fascinating as this Daft Punk originated concept of anonymity is, it must be supported by great music if it is to succeed. Thankfully Feed Me also has this key aspect under his belt.
Feed Me’s third release is out now on Mau5trap Recordings and if you don’t have it yet you are missing out! In only 6 tracks he skillfully morphs his signature groaning, squeeling production style into nearly every club-slaying genre out there today while channeling a diverse array of sounds likely inspired by Knife Party, Skrillex and Deadmau5. On “Trapdoor” featuring pop punk singer Hadouken we get some heavy drumstep action, on “Relocation” he channels dreamy progressive sounds, “One Click Headshot” features an annoying Counterstrike sample but overcomes with the slamming moombacore beats that follow, “Embers ft. Lindsay” features a nice vocal electro style and “Trichitillomania” brings it home with slamming electro house flavors. All things considered this is a diverse and well rounded effort that is sure help elevate Feed Me’s status even faster to the upper echelon of producers in the world today.
Download “Escape From Electric Mountain” on Beatport here.