Storm (feat. Desiree Dawson)
If you’re looking for a great label that releases exclusively dope records, Uprise Music is one you need on your list. Several days ago, the New York imprint released a single called “Storm” that quickly has become a go-to song in the dojo that us ninjas can’t get enough of. We’re thinking you’re going to join our enthusiasm for it.
“Storm” is an original work by the Brazilian producer I.Y.F.F.E and the vocalist Desiree Dawson. Future bass is a genre that can be stale really easily, but I.Y.F.F.E breathes life into the genre with a straight jam that has incredible emotional phases, and ones with some grooving energy. Desiree’s voice graces an already delectable instrumental that put would put a lot of quality producers to shame. Grab your copy of “Storm” today through the store of your choice by heading to the song’s download page.
Once again, we’re excited to bring you more opportunities to check out our favorite club. As you probably already know, we’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over three years now. We know you’ve had some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
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See you on the dance floor.
Madeon - 7/7
’Pendulum – The Island (Madeon Remix)’
ill Gates - 7/8
’Minnesota ft. G Jones – Thunderdome (ill.Gates Remix ft. Mayor Apeshit)’
Manufactured Superstars - 7/9
Damien Lazurus - 7/10
’Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons – Message From The Other Side (Red Axes Remix)’
Let U Fall (Feat. Aubren Elaine)
It was only a couple of weeks ago that PatrickReza released a song. No matter, he’s already back with another. This time around it is an original song called “Let U Fall” featuring the vocalist Aubren Elaine.
After coming off an official remix for Pusher, Patrick is here with a free download for fans. The public doesn’t often get background for track, but “Let U Fall” was not only a song, it was an aid in getting its creator through a rough patch in life. We all hit some lows, but, as they say, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Patrick switches things up sonically and goes future bass with this composition. Powerful emotions ooze from it, thanks to a magnificent instrumental and a vocal performance to match it. Although the song has an upbeat style, their is a tinge of humility in its happiness. But let’s not get too psychological, it’s a dope song, and you can download it for $0.
Every time Imad Royal releases a song, the ninjas are ready with open ears. As an artist he has developed like few others, originally making trapstyle beats and now being a full-blown hybrid, pop master. He pays homage to the underground, yet most of his songs aren’t that far off, if at all, from radio hits.
Now, he adds another memorable single to his amazing catalog with “Bad 4 U.” Each time out, his take on pop is extraordinary. He has his own style, yet it’s not just the same thing every time. With “Bad 4 U,” he has an alluring, catchy instrumental that lays the basis for a record that is guaranteed to get stuck in your head. The vocals on this track are tremendous, which, at this point, should be no surprise coming from Imad. It’s tough to say that a song may be an artist’s best one when the artist is as good as Imad Royal, but with this single he may indeed have a new reigning song. “Bad 4 U” is currently available thanks to Nice Life Recordings, so hit up iTunes to get the single.
Future Soup ft. Patrick Baker (option4 Remix)
Denver’s deacon of dance music is back at it again. This time around, he’s twisted up a delightfully unique version of Autograf’s smash hit, “Future Soup,” which features singer/songwriter Patrick Baker.
It didn’t take long for option4’s signature grooves to grab a hold of us, especially because they’re accentuated by percussion-style vocal samples with this latest remix. While tactics like these can sometimes be overwhelming, often taking over an interpretation, their subtleties in option4’s application create a lush and invigorating accompaniment to the layers of deep bass hits, light rattles, and soaring synths.
Switching back and forth from a 6/8 signature to 4/4 should also offer up plenty of intrigue for dancers looking to shake up their experience on the dance floor. It sure as hell did for us, and we’re only grooving in front of our computers.
E C H E L Ä N
Perspective (feat. Logan Swirsky)
San Diego-based electronic group E C H E L A N showed their colors for the first time since their creation this week with their debut single “Perspective (feat. Logan Swirsky).” It’s a great summer tune that shows maturity in vocals and composition alike, leading us to believe that this won’t be the last track from them that we really dig.
The track combines a Flume-like production of synth and vocal manipulation while integrating an airy guitar that’s reminiscent of an indie rock sound you’d expect out of their hometown—a sound that leaves you feeling ready for a whole lot of chilling. Logan Swirsky’s vocal talent is certainly a key part of this track, and we hope to hear her on more tracks in the future. The finesse of her tonality is both pleasing to the ears and calming to the soul, and since we could describe the production of the instrumental parts of this song similarly, they really come together as the perfect pair.
E C H E L A N just brought on a very successful first release, and we’ll definitely be following them to see what they bring next.