Tag Archives: Future House

[Future House] The Magician – Together

The Magician

There’s a few things we know about The Magician: he’s Belgian, he makes good music, and he’s magical as hell. Following the success of his last original “Sunlight”, The Magician is back with another hit, this time venturing into future house territories. The smooth vocals set the scene for the heavyhitting bass synths, which provide catchy bounces to the drop that will seriously cause an adrenaline overload for all listeners. The bells that start off the tune are also there to end it, adding a surreal and mysterious vibe to the mix.

There’s literally nothing The Magician cannot do. This new track follows the sound of the future, and the Belgian absolutely crushed it. It’s safe to say he’s got more tricks up his sleeves than we could all imagine.

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Loud Luxury – All For You (feat. Kaleena Zanders) [TMN Premiere]

Loud Luxury
All For You (feat. Kaleena Zanders)

To start your week off right, here’s a track to get you amped up. Toronto-based duo Loud Luxury just released this future bass goodness titled “All For You”, and it features one of the most powerful and soulful voices in the game and deep house golden child, Kaleena Zanders. This heavenly match together created something special, a track that’s going to be the next summer club anthem for many.

A series of piano chords kicks off the tune for our listening pleasure, and set the scene for the soaring vocals. The crafty melodies are then followed by a deep bassline, which immediately steals the spotlight. The subtle approach gives it the deep factor without being overly heavyhitting. It’s one of those songs that will increase your adrenaline level tenfold after your very first listen.

Loud Luxury is setting the bar high with this release .With the help of Kaleena, they’re well on their way to take on the future house scene. So get your dancing shoes ready, and vibe away to your next favorite jam.


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[Future House] Thief – Crazy (Lost Kings Remix)

Crazy (Lost Kings Remix)

Prepare yourself as Lost Kings put a spin on Thief‘s “Crazy”. The LA-based duo once again expanded their sound by venturing into unfamiliar territories. They felt the need to give this electro-pop tune the future house treatment. A series of pleasant chords are added onto the stripped down vocals, giving it a melodic feel. The beat drop is heavyhitting and resembles something like Oliver Heldens‘ “Gecko”. It fuels the mysterious vibe without being overly bass-heavy. These guys sure know how to make something sound catchy.

The everchanging sound of Lost Kings goes to show that genres don’t matter. These talented bunch is quickly getting a large following over the past year, and it won’t stop here. Make sure to follow these guys and listen to this epic track!

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[Future House] Mr. Belt & Wezol – Finally (Original Mix)

Mr. Belt & Wezol
Finally (Original Mix) [Available April 6]

With hump day behind us, it’s time to get excited and get your weekend playlist updated and ready for the weekend. While our Friday Party Playlist is perfect for turning up, curating the perfect pregame playlist is always an uphill battle because you need to find that perfect balance of tracks that don’t overwhelm while everyone is still trying to get their night going. Mr. Belt & Wezol have a solid addition to that very instant with their latest original, “Finally.”

Injecting new life into CeCe Peniston’s 90s jam that everyone knows the words to, the Dutch duo come in hot with a string of bright melodies right before they drop fans into a groove-saturated section of future house wobbles. The combination of irresistibly catchy vocals and a bouncing bassline line are too good for anyone not to love.

“Finally” will be out via Spinnin’ Deep on Monday, April 6th, but stream the track above until then. As always ninjas, please dance irresponsibly.

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[Future House] Tchami – After Life (Feat. Stacy Barthe) + Music Video

After Life (Feat. Stacy Barthe)

At one point or another, we all have contemplated what comes after this life. With this daunting concept, Tchami shows his darker side on his new original, “After Life,” which marks the first taste of his After Life EP. On this tune, Tchami weaves through shadowy atmospheres before exploding into his signature synths for yet another future house gem.

As if the song wasn’t already enough, Tchami also release the “After Life” music video. Following a day in the life of a man dealing with his own personal demons surrounding death and the After Life, the video is a thought-provoking, emotional experience that’s fitting for the song.

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[House] Oliver Heldens – Melody

Oliver Heldens
Melody (Original Mix) Out March 16

There’s not many people who we can equate Oliver Heldens to, as far as quickly-garnered success and intense adoration. With an unprecedented five Beatport #1 singles to his name, and his latest original, “Last All Night (Koala)” continuing to dominate the radio airwaves, there’s a damn good reason why he’s quickly risen to the top.

Tracks like “Gecko (Overdrive)” and his remix of Martin Garrix’s “Animals” helped pave the way for a future house, and Heldens was at the forefront as he brought his unique blend of melodic, bass-heavy, house music to the scene. Success like that is hard to follow up, but his latest track, “Melody,” doesn’t disappoint one bit.

The talented youngster shows off his immense musical background and talent at bringing together multiple elements of a song to create something special. Heldens artfully works string arrangements and piano melodies together over a big, booming bass line that characterizes Heldens’ style, ultimately getting us overwhelmingly excited for his set at Ultra.

“Melody” is out March 16th, so make sure to get your copy when it drops!

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[Future House] Curbi – Discharge (Original)

Discharge (Original Mix)

It seems like every week we’re writing up another gifted youngster. A few weeks ago, we wrote up the stunning rendition of Bon Iver’s “Blood Bank” from 14 year old Spencer Barnett, and today we’re enamored by another teen prodigy.

We tend to see these teen sensations more so in the electronic realm, and with good reason. The beauty of musical production in the 21st century is that anyone with a laptop, some software, and a background in musical studies can become a producer and possibly make a career out of it. It has been done by teenage all-stars Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens, both who disrupted dance music trends with their signature styles. Spinnin’ Records hosted Martin Garrix’s chart-smashing single, “Animals,” and they may have their newest teen superstar with Curbi.

Today, Curbi‘s debut single, “Discharge,” was released on Spinnin’ Deeps’ Soundcloud after being previewed on Oliver Heldens’ Heldeep Radio Show. The 16-year-old British producer has truly polished production, and has apparently been paying careful attention to the recent surge in future house beats.

This rowdy club tune exudes a future aura immediately upon hitting the play button, and the UK producer takes fans on a space adventure complete with depth-defying synth stabs and ghostly bass wobbles. With a monstrous entry such as this, the sky’s the limit for Curbi and we will be watching him very closely to see how quickly his career blossoms.

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