This kid Kwon is really turning heads with his debut release “Forever” a future bass injected Drake edit that goes harder than ever. The DMV based artist is affiliated with other artists on the come up who have put that area of the US on the map, musically (such as Stephen, Imad Royal and Manila Killa). Kwon has a very bright future ahead if he can continue to crank out songs as strong as “Forever,” check it out below now!
I can’t think of a more vibrant song than this one. Louis Futon took his take on Anderson .Paak’s latest freestyle for XXL and it’s sick. Utilizing whimsical percussion and sexy guitar, he creates an audio masterpiece. Smash that play and carry on.
Los Angeles-based producer/DJ Justin Jay launches his Fantastic Voyage record label by releasing his long-awaited Fantastic Edits EP. Over the past year, fans have been buzzing about unreleased songs that Justin had been playing out on tour, and now their requests are finally being answered with this latest offering. As the first release on Fantastic Voyage, the EP sets the tone for future releases on the label, which is primed to be a platform for both Justin and his fellow artist friends to spread their eclectic sound far and wide as a communal effort.
On the Fantastic Edits EP, Justin features his edit of HNNY’s “Sneeze” edit, a “Bangin Bootleg” of Sly & the Family Stone’s classic, “Dance To The Music,” a “Janky Edit” of Tag Team’s “Whoomp,” and a nursery rhyme-laden collaboration with Larry “The Shadow” Muscrove, “Twinkle.” Staying true to his personal taste and wide-ranging artistic direction, the release is representative of Justin’s past and present with a blend of house, funk, and more.
Last month, Justin completed the concept for his debut album, Fantastic Voyage (The Album!), which consisted of EPs on Black Butter Records, Freerange Records, Soul Clap Records, and Repopulate Mars, as well as a single on Dirtybird. Now with the launch of his label, Justin continues to bolster his profile as he rides into the fall season, which includes a Justin Jay & Friends Live performance at the Dirtybird Campout.
Swiss-based producer/DJ EDX releases his remix of Birdy’s “Words” via Atlantic Records. Coming off of completing his successful No Xcuses Ibiza summer residency at Privilege, the esteemed producer looks to punctuate a busy and fruitful season by lending his talents to the UK artist. This news also comes as EDX’s last release, “My Friend,” is at #7 in Beatport’s Top Ten chart.
Bringing yet another miraculous remix to the table, EDX works his magic on British singer Birdy’s, “Words.” Blending his signature bouncy bassline with Birdy’s moving vocal piece, EDX demonstrates his innate remixing abilities, transforming the original ballad into a dance-ready number, which will be the perfect weapon for his live and radio sets. Have a listen above and buy the song here.
If you’re looking for a new indie artist to fall in love with look no further. ST. NIKLAS is an up and coming Norwegian sensation who has a spot on talent for crafting superb synth pop tracks that sound as if they’ve just popped out of a time capsule from the 80s. Check out his new “C-O-O-L” EP and do yourself a favor and hit that repeat button while you’re at it.
The forward thinking artist Driftwood has released an official video for his song Astrophe.” It’s an ominous video that starts out with a memorable graveyard scene. There’s no dialogue, just couple of serious characters transported from scene to scene. The settings and images they choose make this an art video worth checking out.
With his recent release Yates has proven himself to be one of my favorite rising indie acts. The track’s called “It’s Over Now” and it’s stunning vocals and mesmerizing instrumental have my ears craving more each time it ends. Indie folk and pop combines with electronic influences to create a tune that’s sure to stick in my playlists for a while.
vourtsanis is a producer who you should definitely be keeping an eye on as the year progresses. I haven’t heard much from the guy but his latest track, a remix of ZHU and Kaskade’s “In the Morning” is enough for me to call myself a fan. Check out this epic house track and find out what they hype’s about!
The electronic and future bass producer Shallou has a new summer edit of a song called “Doubt.” If you summer house this is a lot like it but with a little twist, so it will be right up your ally. Click that play, I think you’ll be able get down to this.
Jeeeeez this is another testament to why GRiZ is my favorite artist. His ability to meld sax, funky riffs and talented vocalists together is unheard of. Stream “Can’t Hold Me Down” below.