Spinnin’ has released an unidentified track that caught my attention. The song is called SEX and it’s an EDM anthem that does its name justice. Cool vocal chops and a clean melody along with wavy synths and overall crisp production make this one worth a listen. Enjoy!
Ralph Kyau & Steven Albert are the humble duo hailing from Löbau Germany who brought their like and creative minds together meeting for the first time in 1994. Artistically they emerged as Kyau vs. Albert eventually dropping the ‘vs.’ for the more universally comprehendible ‘&,”’ and have embraced a fruitful producer and DJ career for an impressive two decades now.
They’ve sung countless songs of passion from “This Love” to “Relevant Angel” and of passion lost from “Always A Fool” to “Another Time.” They’ve created mystical-named, non-vocal gems like “Kiksu” and “Megashira” to their current conversation piece “Bend Girl.” They’ve mixed, remixed, collaborated with, and have had support from some of the best in the business including Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Above & Beyond, and Tiësto. They’ve produced countless singles and remixes, played endless live shows at prominent clubs and festivals around the world, and have enjoyed global album success including with their latest “Distant Lights.” And somehow they still manage to deliver their popular monthly podcast ‘Euphonic Sessions.’
Currently they’re basking in the glory as guest artists on the highly anticipated and freshly released ‘Anjunabeats Volume 12’ from longtime friends Above & Beyond and are featured an unprecedented three times on the album set. They share the album spotlight alongside notable names such as Ilan Bluestone, Sunny Lax and Jason Ross. Check out the 20 years of Kyau and Albert here.
Progress is one of those projects that I can’t stop listening to. Beautiful synth design meets incredible vocals for a listen that is unparalleled. Don’t forget to support the project on iTunes.
“Last Night” is the newest beautiful creation by the artist SIVIK. The track is well put together with refined sounds and a stunning vocal part. It’s also the first promotional single for his new album. We can’t wait to hear more from SIVIK, but for now “Last Night” will do just fine. Here’s the link to download the track or stream it below. Kick back to SIVIK’s new song.
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The talented Daily Holla is back! Now with a release on the rising Emprise Music label, he heads into 2016 showing no signs of slowing.
Justin Jay announces his Fantastic Voyage Tour that begins in Santa Barbara, CA on February 26th, and runs through stops across North America and Australia before ending in Tempe, AZ on April 30th.
Throughout last year, this Los Angeles-bred producer/DJ furthered his humble, yet authoritative presence in the scene with an eclectic mix of releases, such as his Mom, I Graduated! EP, his first world tour, a new musical endeavor, and even his own house parties. Just before the transition into 2016, he debuted his Justin Jay & Friends project, featuring vocalist Josh Taylor and guitarist Benny Bridges, with “Karma,” and now it’s officially making its way on stage this tour, after a handful of stand-out, surprise performances at Coachella, CRSSD Festival, and more.
Having grown out of the University of Southern California’s thriving nightlife, Justin Jay aims to bring the vibes from his favorite type of parties – house parties – to the masses with his Fantastic Voyage brand. Fans can expect all that they know and love from Justin Jay, and much more as he’ll be experimenting in a live setting, while also being at the helm of Fantastic Voyage.
Justin Jay gave some of his own words about his Fantastic Voyage party concept, “Over the past couple of months, I started throwing a bunch of house parties in LA. House parties are really special for DJ’s because we can play songs we normally never get to play: from the tracks that are too weird and quirky for the big clubs/festivals, to the songs that are too cheesy and feel good for the cool-kid warehouse shindigs.
I like pushing myself to play crazy forward thinking music, but by the end of the night, I also want everyone (including myself) smiling, laughing and having a good time. Sometimes the songs that make me smile the biggest are also cool in their own cheesy way.
‘Fantastic Voyage’ is a song by the funk band, Lakeside and the name of my tour. Listen to it, and you’ll know what I’m talking about.”
Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage Tour Dates
FEB 26 – Santa Barbara, CA @ EOS Lounge
FEB 27 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
MAR 3 – Portland, OR @ Holocene
MAR 4 – San Francisco, CA @ Mighty
MAR 5 – South Lake Tahoe @ The Loft Lounge
MAR 10 – Milwaukee, WI @ Oak Lounge
MAR 11 – Chicago, IL @ The MID
MAR 12 – Detroit, MI @ Populux
MAR 17 – Austin, TX @ Kingdom
MAR 18 – Miami, FL @ TBD
MAR 24 – Perth, Australia @ The Conservatory
MAR 26 – Woolongong, Australia @ The Grand Hotel
MAR 26 – Sydney, Australia @ Chinese Laundry
MAR 27 – Byron Bay, Australia @ Rabbit Eats Lettuce Festival
MAR 27 – Gold Coast, Australia @ Nautic Giants
APR 1 – Brisbane, Australia @ TB Club
APR 2 – Melbourne, Australia @ Tramp
APR 8 – Seattle, WA @ Q Nightclub
APR 9 – Denver, CO @ Vinyl
APR 16 – Dallas, TX @ It’ll Do
APR 22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right
APR 23 – Toronto, ON @ Hoxton
APR 28 – Austin, TX @ Kingdom
APR 29 – Albuquerque, NM @ Effex Nightclub
APR 30 – Tempe, AZ @ Shady Park
Sean Will is a New Jersey native who dropped this warm, island infused Diplo remix last week. Teaming up with 40 Cobras for a Tropical bass remix of “Don’t Walk Away,” I think these two have stumbled into something phenomenal. I could get used to this sound, check out the new remix below and keep Sean Will on your radar.
Fiorious Unveils His Forthcoming EP “No Immunity” with Impressive Remixes from Eli Escobar and Steve Huerta
Since the releases of Fiorious’s ‘Danceteria EP’ in 2015,’ the funky, electro-pop singer has achieved a great amount of respect from MTV and BBC Radio 1. Now the NY-born/European-based producer is back this year, with the release of his sophomore album’s lead single, “No Immunity.”
Collaborating with fellow Italian house producer Scuola Furano, the two knocked out the Pet Shop Boys / Sylvester inspired track in just one night. “No Immunity” is a huge gay house record that evokes a sense of sadness, but at the same time, keeps the room thumping with it’s hypnotic acid baseline and soulful disco-pop sound.
Expect a heavy list of producers on the ‘No Immunity EP.’ Disco evangelist, Eli Escobar, lays down a sexy shimmering after-house house dub rework, while Los Angeles’s Steve Huerta revamps and blends plucky new wave synths with Fiorious’s vocals in a deep house remix.
After offering up “Blackout” as a free download earlier this month, Hardwell now returns with fellow Dutch megastar, Afrojack, on “Hollywood,” their hotly anticipated collaboration. With both artists representing the current cream of the dance music crop, it is fitting that “Hollywood” is a cut above most other current releases, as their combined studio skills coming together to form the year’s first true banger. “Hollywood,” which is out now, is not to be missed.
Frantically alternating between bona-fide dancefloor filler to exotic hip shaker, “Hollywood” brings together an eastern music vibe with typically huge Hardwell beats, and the big room attitude Afrojack is synonymous with. “Hollywood” represents these artists at the top of their respective games, their complementing attitudes towards dance music coming together to form a track that encapsulates the best of both Hardwell’s euphoric big room sound and Afrojack’s energetic rhythms.
Through the combined might of Hardwell and Afrojack, “Hollywood” has become the track to top in 2016, a highly charged and immaculately produced big room anthem that will be a staple of sets worldwide come summer. Catch “Hollywood,” which is out now, on Revealed Recordings.
As a trap house connoisseur, expect nothing less than top of the line trap bangers from Jayceeoh. Today, the bass-thumping, twerk inducing producer joined forces once again with DJ Woogie for their rendition of OJ Da Juiceman’s “Rap Don’t Work”, out now on Elysian Records.
Jayceeoh is no stranger when it comes to fusing trap and hip-hop. The two come equipped with their trap-infused brushes, flipping the dirty south beat into a blazing, twerk-tastic party jam that gets heads bouncing and bodies moving. The song emanates Jayceeoh’s clear mastery in genre blending, between the heavy synths and aggressive trap drops, don’t be surprised when the ground starts to shake beneath your very feet.