16 Bit Lolitas‘ single, “Deep In My Soul,“ was an instant Anjunadeep office favourite, and picked up it’s first play live on BBC Radio 1 from none other than Pete Tong during his Essential Mix with Sasha at Privilege in Ibiza. Fusing their trademark melodic grooves with an infectious vocal loop, Ariaan and Peter deliver a real anthem – one as equally potent poolside as it is in the main room, as Tong and Sasha can testify.
22 year old German producer, Glastrophobie, from Stuttgart who has emerged on the indie-house scene with his remixes of Anna Graceman’s “Words” and Dylan LeBlanc’s “If The Creek Don’t Rise” among others, is back with a melodic deep house remix of Icelandic folk-pop singer/songwriter Hafdis Huld’s latest single “Lucky” off her album ”Home,” adding a smooth saxophone topline for feels, and those signature Glastrophobie rhythm patterns to vibe with. His style brings out the shine in Hafdis’ songwriting and vocals on “Lucky,” reworking a mellow quirky song about heartbreak and recovery with uplifting elements and soul, to make for the ultimate Summer pick me up for the heartbroken and lonely. Now let your ears do the feeling and enjoy this melodious easy-listen Summer remix!
After launching its new “Artists of Tomorrow” mix series with Oliver Heldens last week,TomorrowWorld releases this firing Milo & Otis mix as the second installment in the series. With this year’s festival steadily approaching, TomorrowWorld is gearing up for another weekend of revelry in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, at the end of September, while highlighting burgeoning acts that are taking over the airwaves, bringing a fresh sound to scene. The Los Angeles-based duo, Milo & Otis, have taken it upon themselves to educate the masses in low-end heavy dance music styles with their “Artists of Tomorrow” mix that incorporates trap, electro-house, mid-tempo, and everything in between – all in tastemaker fashion.
TomorrowWorld 2014 tickets and DreamVille packages are on sale here:www.TomorrowWorld.com.
EDX Releases “Cool You Off” on iTunes & Its Official Music Video, Announces New Breathin’ Tour Dates
After great success with the encapsulating deep house tracks, “Reckless Ardor” and “Make Me Feel Good,” as well as a string of remixes and a highly anticipated Ibiza season underway,EDX‘s “Cool You Off” is out now on iTunes with an official music video. Additionally, EDX announces new Breathin’ tour dates to carry him into the Fall season.Purchase “Cool You Off” on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/CoolYouOff_iTunes.
Exploring different genres within the electronic music landscape for “Cool You Off,” EDX creates an uplifting melody and funky drum beat with soft vocal samples, that’s as infectious as it is cool. Skirting the line between deep house and progressive house, “Cool You Off” received major reactions when first released back in April. Having featured in the Top 10 on Beatport as well as the Top 3 Deep House chart, “Cool You Off” stayed in the Deep House Top 20 for an impressive 4 months, proving EDX to be an influential force in dance music.
With the release showcasing the dreamy framework native to EDX’s sound, a remix competition is also running via Wavo, which invites budding producers to transform the track with their own sound to win a rare opportunity for a one-on-one studio session with EDX and more.
An official video for “Cool You Off” also follows, and depicts the romantic nature of the track through a couple’s relationship. Using bursts of pink and red smoke against a green, mountainous backdrop, the couple’s love story is beautifully played out as a woman longingly recollects the memories between her and her lover.
Furthermore, EDX has announced his next string of dates for his Breathin’ tour around the world. With his first stop at Ushuaia in Ibiza over the weekend, and many more throughout North America and beyond to follow, EDX is on his way to spread the distinctive music and good vibes that he has come to be respected for. Check out his dates below and purchase tickets here: http://bit.ly/1iiV0R8.
The world-class DJ/producer duo, the Stafford Brothers, release their new single, “This Girl” featuring Eva Simons & T.I., along with four remixes, on CHM Records. Following up on their triple platinum selling single, “Hello” featuring Lil Wayne and Christina Milian, the three-times voted #1 DJs in Australia deliver another smash that has already been taking over the airwaves down under. In collaboration with global superstars Eva Simons and T.I., the Stafford Brothers have crafted an irresistible vocal house jam that’s just as fitting for rocking dance floors as it is for radio.
Purchase the Stafford Brothers’ “This Girl” featuring Eva Simons & T.I. and remix package here: http://smarturl.it/ThisGirlEP.
In addition to the original “This Girl,” the Staffords have rounded out the release with four remixes of the single from up-and-coming artists – Togglehead, Parker Ighile, SCNDL, and Tom Swoon. Toronto-based Togglehead brings his own rave-ready vibe on his banging electro-house remix, while Parker Ighile goes for a groove-driven sound with his deep house rendition. Australia’s own SCNDL stays true to their hometown dance music style, transforming “This Girl” into a “Melbourne bounce” smash. Last but not least, Tom Swoon takes the single into the progressive house realm with a festival main stage vibe. With this outstanding release, the Stafford Brothers ride into the tail end of 2014 with strong momentum that will carry them through their tours and next releases to come.
From Chris Brown to Dogblood, DJ Sliink has shown his stripes, and reshaped the sounds of some of the most iconic singles we’ve heard this year. Everything from “Na Na” to “Body Party,” DJ Sliink has been able to rethink hit singles left and right. Blasting out work of his own, Sliink has worked with Fool’s Gold Records to release EPs of his own and gained remixes from the very best including ƱZ and more. For his new remix, DJ Sliink brings back the same prowess we’ve come to love him for and drops in to take on a new act that has been making waves on their own. But most of all, he’s pioneered the Jersey Club sound breathing new life into every track he gets his hands on.
Ultra Records closes out the first week of August with a brand new remix from the Jersey Club king himself, DJ Sliink. Teaming up with the label to add his remix of the latest from Kito & Reija Lee, Sliink brings new life to “WORD$” transfroming the track’s captivating vocals of Kito & Reija Lee and Zebra Katz. It doesn’t get more dreamy than the ways in which Sliink flips melody and percussion. Wrapping up summer with a string of US dates, DJ Sliink hits the road later this month on The Trifecta Tour with Green Lantern and TWRK, from NYC to SF. The three will kick off their tour on August 22nd at Webster Hall and continue on well into September and beyond (see flyer for all dates and venues – attached). DJ Sliink’s new remix is out now on Ultra Records. DJ Sliink’s new remix of “WORD$” is out now. Purchase on Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1q0NNVv
Protocol Recordings, Nicky Romero’s renowned label, releases Row Rocka’s new single, ‘Saffron,’ on Beatport. With this distinctive release and support from many world-class DJ/producers, the emerging 17-year-old artist, Row Rocka, is making all the right moves to ensure future success, quickly gaining ground on his counterparts. On ‘Saffron,’ he fuses progressive house and electro with a strong, melody-driven sound, using lush pads and synth riffs to build up to the drop that brings out world music influences. Protocol Recordings continues to cultivate the finest dance music from both new and established talent with each signing.
The United States’ most exciting new dance music festival, TomorrowWorld, launches its “Artists of Tomorrow” mix series on its brand new SoundCloud page with Oliver Heldens as its first feature. As fans begin to prep for this year’s festival running from September 26th-28th at Chattahoochee Hills just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, TomorrowWorld showcases the up-and-coming performing artists that are expected to help shape the future of dance music. Oliver Heldens kicks off the “Artists of Tomorrow” mix series with a flawless 1-hour offering that features an eclectic array of tracks in line with his forward-thinking house music style, while giving fans a taste of his epic live DJ sets. TomorrowWorld fans can expect outstanding content on the festival’s SoundCloud page from here on out.
TomorrowWorld 2014 tickets and DreamVille packages are on sale here: http://bit.ly/1sDkOdM.
One of the most buzzed about artists, Oliver Heldens, releases his new single, “Koala,” on Beatport via Spinnin’ Records. After earning his place in the international spotlight with tracks like his UK #1 ”Gecko (Overdrive),” his remix of Martin Garrix’s “Animals,” and more, this young future star is swiftly climbing up the ranks, and gaining recognition. Despite his age, Oliver has been a leader in the emerging dance music movement towards groove-driven big-room styles, defining the trends by uniting deep house-esque sounds with elements of electro.
With his latest offering, Oliver Heldens brings yet another secret weapon to the forefront, while strengthening his unmistakable house music style that can rock festivals just as hard as clubs. “Koala” takes on a four-on-the-floor vibe with a melody-laden build that drops into punchy synth stabs backed by thick bass. As he tours around the world, Oliver Heldens continues to build upon his already strong presence with captivating DJ sets and influential releases.
Protocol Recordings, Nicky Romero’s famed label, releases Martin Volt & Quentin State’s new single, “Rush,” on Beatport. Following up on their previous Protocol hit, “Conspiracy,” Martin Volt & Quentin State continue on their unstoppable streak of big-room jams. Previously premiered in Nicky Romero’s Ultra Miami set this year, ”Rush” strengthens the clout of this collaborative project, while being the most anticipated ID on 1001tracklist. In the tune, Martin Volt & Quentin State harness the listener with an extended build using fast synth string riffs that lead into the drop with a vibe that is nothing short of epic.