TheFuture.fm, a new leading platform for streaming DJ mixes and live sets curated by the world’s top DJs, releases MAKJ’s “Artist of TheFuture” mix as the second installment in the series. Known for its personalized music discovery experience, TheFuture.fm continues to extend its innovative ideals into the dance music realm by highlighting artists who are defining the trends of the future. With several chart-topping tracks, MAKJ has catapulted into the scene with his signature big-room sound, and he now delivers a diverse mix that features tracks from Showtek, Zedd, and of course, MAKJ himself, among others. Stay tuned for the next installment in the Artist of TheFuture series coming next month.
Just when you have accepted the season of fall, one of our tropical Norwegian friends comes in with a killer remix that reinstates the light of summer fresh in our memories. Today, Bearson relinquishes a sun-touched remix of James Bay’s sensitive original “Let It Go.” The 19-year old takes the sultry voice of Bay and combines the indie nature of his original with a tropical ensemble of graceful synths and soothing guitars. With Kygo recently taking tropical house to the Main Stage at TomorrowWorld, Bearson’s clearly on the track to follow in his shoes with his consistent production of elegant electronic music infused with cheerful, acoustic instruments.
As we impatiently await Calvin Harris’ fourth studio album, Motion, we can’t help but think about what new sounds he will be unleashing. His first single “Blame” featuring John Newman brought a blend of electropop and captivating progressive melodies in signature Calvin Harris fashion. But now, the Scottish producer surprises everyone with the release of the music video for his next single “Slow Acid.” Everything about this video is unexpected. From the trippy visuals to the stabbing psychedelic synths, this is a different Calvin Harris than anyone expected and in a refreshing manner. This release only hypes up what’s to come on Motion with the array of collaborations Harris has orchestrated for his album.
#SummerBass ambassadors, The Rooftop Boys, have been racking up hundreds of thousands of plays on their previous remixes of David Guetta & Showtek’s “Bad,” and Kanye West’s “Bound 2.” Now they step up with yet another masterful remix, taking on Nico & Vinz’ smash, “Am I Wrong.” The Rooftop Boys have crafted a feel-good future house jam around that recognizable “Am I Wrong” vocal, and it couldn’t be more perfect. Enjoy above and keep tabs on The Rooftop Boys!
AOBeats joins fellow Moving Castle member, Dave Luxe, in Trapdoor Volume 2 with a slew of up-and-coming artists. On “Feelsie,” his contribution to the quality package, AOBeats melds a deep, gritty bassline with precise vocal edits and synth work for an impressive future bass groover.
Honestly, I still have Galantis‘ “Runaway” on repeat since they dropped it two weeks ago. The Swedish producers are one of hottest acts right now in the music industry and they continually surprise everyone with their immaculate production. I thought that anyone who tried to remix it would not be able to produce a track of equal caliber, but LA-based JayKode proved me wrong. While keeping the original chord progression during the build, JayKode drops a future bass arrangement that is just loaded with the feels and takes Galantis’ original for a spin. Another free download for the people so head over to JayKode’s SoundCloud.
When Diplo and Skrillex unleashed there first track under Jack Ü, it was received with mixed reivews as the two influential producers decided to push the boundaries with their new project. After dropping an epic Main Stage set at Nocturnal Wonderland and their debut appearance at TomorrowWorld, Slander has been making a name for themselves as one of the breakout acts of 2014. Coming in hot with a new remix of Jack Ü’s “Take Ü There,” the LA-based duo diverts from their signature heaven-trap to bring an electro house, trap hybrid banger. Slander previewed the track with a video of them dropping the remix at TomorrowWorld, and the crowd’s reaction is a clear testament of how hard this track goes. The boys were generous enough to make this one a free download so head over to their SoundCloud and grab it.
Vegas’ burgeoning producer/DJ, 3LAU, releases the highly anticipated Dance Floor Filth 4, the latest installment of his signature compilation series, in honor of building his second school with the non-profit organization, Pencils of Promise. Tastefully fusing material from Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, Zhu, Martin Garrix, Incubus, Tchami, and more, 3LAU returns to his roots for a fresh and diverse offering.
3LAU tells fans how they can be involved with this dance music-driven charitable project – “You ALL can help contribute to building a school in the developing world – download the album and share it around – for every download, I will personally donate $1 toward building a 2nd school.
Our goal is to reach 10,000 downloads, and I’ll donate $10,000 when we get there- Let’s do it!
Download 3LAU’s Dance Floor Filth 4 and contribute to building the school here: www.3LAU.com.
Deep in the heart of Summer 2K14 – The Interns were born…
Non-Classically trained by the affected minds over at Gotta Dance Dirty, the Los Angeles-based duo, The Interns, took the season by storm lighting up EDC Las Vegas, Hollywood Pool Parties, San Francisco Nightlife, and the High Seas of Californ-i-a.
Now they launch ‘The Interns Present:’ a bi-monthly mix series that takes on the plight of the 9-5. Their debut “Day Off” mixtape features an eclectic array of soulful House music and playful bass-lines that give way to interstellar sonic escapism.
What you’re about to hear are the tunes that carried The Interns to their true calling – behind the decks…#FuckDesks.
Amsterdam’s newest synth-pop band, MAINS, announces their debut single, “I’ll Pray.” MAINS is a mysterious collaborative project of two Dutch producers who were once a massive European act that had golden record sales and did world tours, including countless major festivals such as Glastonbury, SXSW, and more. Drawing inspiration from the music of the early 80’s, this duo is now reinventing themselves by utilizing vintage synths, microphones, and effects machines for a nostalgic, modern electronic music sound.
On “I’ll Pray,” MAINS combines charming vocals, a melodic blend of synths, and four-on-the-floor rhythms to form an infectious crossover original. As MAINS cuts through the clutter with their trademark sound, they are sure to stir up excitement in the music community with more catchy songs to come.