Right Time Feat. Ari
Majestic Casual just dropped a hot one from Robotaki that comes in clutch for the weekend. “Right Time” featuring Ari is what came along with the promissory message of more music to come from the amicable Canadian producer.
Coming off a performance at Madison Square Garden with Madeon and Porter Robinson, Robotaki pushed out this smooth, future record that isn’t your typical tune. It doesn’t have the same dance structure that gets re-purposed; instead he builds out the composition in halves. The first, Ari shines bright atop Robotaki’s magnetizing rhythms and the second is where Robotaki takes the full reigns with his solo instrumental. “Right Time” is an amazing single that would be insane to experience in a live setting. If you get the chance, don’t miss out on a Robotaki set. If you want “Right Time” for yourself, the digital service of your choice should have you covered.
Bad Man(feat. OYE!!! & Devastator)
It’s no surprise that some quality jungle terror made its way out of Florida. “Bad Man” made its way out of Florida via dEVOLVE and landed right here in the dojo for a Music Ninja Premiere.
“Bad Man” is not only the work of dEVOLVE, as collaborators on the single include OYE!!! and Devastator. Together these three acts spawned a beastly record that will turn up the heat, despite the weather trying to do otherwise. dEVOLVE and company dished out a fun record that is aimed right at the festival target, hitting the bulls-eye directly on the nose. Jungle terror often doesn’t get the credit it deserves for being a palatable sub-genre, but its power to get us dancing is indisputable. On top of that, “Bad Man” is an exceptional one. It’s also out as a free download, so there’s that.
Every Every (Carter Cruise Official Remix)
When Carter Cruise was first diving head-first into bringing her DJ career to fruition, I had the pleasure of chatting with her about the experience, as well as her past as a DJ. Sure, people attempted to discredit her by saying she’s just DJing because that’s the cool thing to do, but that’s not at all the case as she had been doing it for a bit already.
She could have just kept with DJing, but instead she took things a step further and began learning how to produce music. After releasing an official remix for Krewella, she’s back with another official remix, this time for one of our favorites, MOONZz.
“Every Every” is the track of at hand. With Carter’s remix she showcases not only great songwriting ability, but also diversity, as this is not a one dimensional work of art. She hits us at first with a jersey club influenced beat that transitions into a short future phase. The second drop is really where it’s at though; we’ll leave you to enjoy it without spoiling it at all. Best part about this whole thing is that Carter Cruise dropped this one as a free download.
"Silver" (PRMD DSCVR)
This new DSCVR venture for PRMD is turning out to be extremely cool. We thought it would be, but now that they’re on their fourth release, we know for sure. With the fourth release, we get “Silver” by Ghasper.
If you’re looking for a subtly uplifting record with huge replay value, you’ve found it. The Las Vegas producer hit the jackpot with this original singles whose skyrocketing synths will leave you awestruck. “Silver” is a simple, tasteful record that packs a lot of punch, which is no surprise as it comes from Ghasper, who just came off a hot record with Uprise Music. His streak of dope work is likely to continue, so don’t sleep on him one bit.
Somebody Else (EMBRZ Remix)
Irish artist EMBRZ came in hot with his remix of The 1975. In taking on “Somebody Else” EMBRZ managed to create something that captivated us the moment we laid our ears upon it. We hope it does the same for you.
EMBRZ kicks things into gear with a mellow introduction whose cosmic soundscapes set the listener into a trance. It feels like musical xanax, then he turns things up a bit. His smooth grooves are equally as enticing as what set the stage for them. What’s really cool about this song is that its structure is set up to where it continues to build from beginning to end, instead of simply have drop, break, repeat. On Soundcloud, EMBRZ states he hopes that we like the remix, and we have to say, not only do we like it, but we love. it. This one’s phenomenal.
Winter weather is finally here! Along with snowboarding, sledding, snowball fights, and schnapps-spiked hot cocoa, we can also look forward to a winter stacked with top-notch talent at Beta Nightclub. Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Get there before 9:00 on Sunday
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– The deal is valid for FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY this week.
Infected Mushroom - 11/17
’Infected Mushroom – Fields Of Grey (feat. Sasha Grey)’
Delta Heavy / Apashe - 11/18
’Nero – Must Be The Feeling (Delta Heavy Remix)’
’Apashe – The Landing Feat. Wasiu’
Covina & Mateo - 11/19
’Covina & Mateo – Bare Knuckles’
Nora En Pure - 11/20
’Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades Of Grey ft. Delaney Jane (Nora En Pure Remix)’
ONMZUSS026: Rain and Flashing Lights
Rain and Flashing Lights is such a visual phrase – a simple pairing of nouns which sounds like the title of a song or poem and conjures a sight most of us have seen, especially urbanites. Fitting, then, that Rain and Flashing Lights is a young producer and Ableton-head from Brooklyn whose latest single “Tunnel” on Onamazu is an audio visual escapade.
Three bright notes anchor the song. They form a simple but attractively familiar melody, the type which would grab your attention at the mysterious but hopeful beginning of a quality movie trailer about AI. If you listen close enough, you may hear the natural sound sample in the back (hint: it’s an integral part of Brooklyn and almost any huge city), just before a raw collage of glitches and unorthodox DnB percussion drops in hard. The melody is riffed and varied upon with a nice, ethereal synthesizer pad, and soon a bassline of the grimier variety peeks in, creating a uniquely pleasant juxtaposition of sound. It’s all rushing to a head until it ends, like leaving a tunnel.
“Tunnel” is the 26th track from the always-expanding Onamazu Single Series. Onamazu always utilizes resplendent visual accompaniment for their releases, and this single features art from Kylie Tseng. Grab a free download here.