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[Future Bass] Daijo – Heart Sting feat. Aloma Steele

Heart Sting

Daijo and Aloma Steele return together with another future bass hit. “Heart Sting” will do just that, so be careful with this one. Daijo’s only released a handful of records over the past year, but he’s quickly risen among the ranks as one of the go-to guys for memorable songs.

“Heart Sting” balances out Daijo’s catalog as it comes as the third original complimented by three remixes. We’re glad he moved to originals as it really showcases his abilities all around. His previous two originals had him bringing a pop edge to the mix, but here he goes a pretty traditional route with his future sound. It’s just got a slightly different tone to it, but he keeps the strong vocal work involved. Aloma, as usual, killed it on that front. “Heart Sting” is out now on digital stores.

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[Future Bass] Daijo – Red Dress ft. Aloma Steele

Red Dress ft. Aloma Steele [OUT NOW]

Depending on who you ask, Daijo may or may not be a new face to the scene. Although the Canadian producer just released his first original, “Red Dress” today, Daijo has already been making records. In the past he’s released a few remixes, as well as produced records for other artists. Now, he’s going full steam ahead with his own project.

“Red Dress” is a wonderful start to a new direction. One of our favorite vocalists, Aloma Steele, was recruited to aid in the creation of this smash hit that is just about as big of a statement as one could make. It’s an amazing record through and through. Daijo’s future synths work nicely together with Aloma’s sweet voice. “Red Dress” is an intimate song that plays around with your feelings between the different phases of the composition. Daijo is on our radar big time because of this one, while Aloma cements herself further as one of the premiere vocalists in the industry.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 156)

Another week, another batch of a dozen party poppin’ records. This week’s playlist has a fair batch of bass music mixed with house, with the former coming first. Twerk, trap and dubstep take over just over half of the playlist, with tracks from Meaux Green, Jayceeoh, ATLiens, along with a single called “Not This Time” that features the talented vocalist Aloma Steele. During the second half, groove to the boisterous beats from Contrvbvnd, Halfway House, Lost Kings and more. Stay safe tonight and tomorrow when you are getting rid of all the stress from the week. Enjoy the playlist, but most of all #danceirresponsibly.

Beatz x Maxje – Beachhouse (Original Mix)’
’Jayceeoh – Turn Me Up Some (feat Redman & Jay Psar)’
’Tincup ✖ Quix ✖ G
Rex ✖ King Tutt – Rainy Day (ATLiens Remix)’
’Illenium & Said The Sky – Painted White ft. Cristina Soto’
’Elonious x Aloma Steele – Not This Time’
’Code: Pandorum – Remember Me (False Panic Remix)’
’Contrvbvnd – Play That Beat (Original Mix)’
’Halfway House – Fresh (Original Mix)’
’Saint Motel – Cold Cold Man (Lost Kings Remix)’
’Alesso – Cool (Two Friends Remix)’
’Abedz & SvanteG – Bragia (Original Mix)’
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[Progressive Trance] Trivecta – Evaporate (feat. Aloma Steele)

Evaporate (feat. Aloma Steele)

For lovers of dance music who just became hip to the scene in the past couple of years, there are decades of DJs, producers, and trends that they’re probably completely unaware of. For this blogger in particular, having been to his first club in 2000, trance always has a special place the continued infatuation with electronic dance music.

Trivecta and Aloma Steele are not a new duo to come together for a collaborative effort. This duo has a slew of songs together and have recently added another one to their growing list with “Evaporate.” This one is a serious dose of emotive, progressive-inspired vibes that go against the grain of his normal melodic dubstep tendencies.  

A true musical expedition, “Evaporate” fuses entrancing melodies, steamy vocals by Steele, and flaring elements that come in towards the backend when the crescendo nature of the song is in full force. Sit back, take a seat, and allow Trivecta to guide you through an extraordinary progressive-trance adventure.
“Evaporate” is available on iTunes via Monstercat.

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[Future] Varien – Beyond the Surface (ft. Aloma Steele)

Beyond the Surface (feat. Aloma Steele)

As he prepares for his debut album out soon on Monstercat, Varien takes a slight left turn away from his usual snarling dubstep drops to take a trip to a realm of future beats. Teaming up with vocalist Aloma Steele again, the Tampa-based producer picks and chooses seemingly incongruent elements to expertly craft them into what is “Beyond the Surface.”

First, Aloma Steele’s tempting vocals contain a duplicitous element to them where listeners do not know the songstress’ true nature. Varien trickles piano keys to lay a tranquil vibe alongside nebulous synth arrays and Steele’s croons. The rising future producer then pulls together a sultry sax, international percussion ensembles, and accented snarls that makes the drops half comforting, half vicious. All in all, its a beautiful offering by Varien as he prepares for his debut LP. Grab the free download above.

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[Multi-Genre] Rezonate – Rebirth EP

Rezonate‘s got something special for those with a varied taste. The Toronto producer’s new EP, Rebirth, has been released by Monstercat with a whole bunch of collaborators. Each production includes a singer, with Ashely Apollodor, Danyka Nadeau and the amazing Aloma Steele providing top notch vocals. Genres ranging from indie dance, house and future can be heard on the project, which is closed out by a piano outro performed by Austin Rafuse. Rezonate proves he’s got the chops to create anything he puts his mind to, no matter the sound. Rebirth is one hot EP, so we suggest you be careful with it when you have it for yourself. Don’t be shy, and share this around to your friends!

’Rezonate – Rebirth Ft. Ashley Apollodor’
’Rezonate – The Only Road ft. Danyka Nadeau’
’Rezonate – What We Want Ft. Aloma Steele’
’Rezonate – Outro (Performed By Austin Rafuse)’
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