19-year-old singer, songwriter, and producer, Cade, releases a new single, “Care,” via Spinnin’ / Source. As an emerging artist from Tampa, FL who is now based in Los Angeles, Cade has been carving his own place in music. Cade’s newest effort is this song that he created with roommate Trevor Dahl (of Cheat Codes). The pair share an apartment, home studio, and also collaborated for Cade’s entire forthcoming EP.
On “Care,” Cade and Trevor put their musical minds together for an R&B-infused, electronic number featuring emotional lyricism, and a catchy mid-tempo groove embellished by funky guitar licks, lush synths, and more.
Listen here and stream on Spotify/Apple Music.
Midoca and Lostboycrow team up for this new collaboration, “Never Coming Down.” The dark luminous sounds on here will send chills down your spine. These two songwriters/producers keep it fresh exploring the eerie side of their pop sensibilities. Enjoy!
16-year-old producer/DJ Callie Reiff releases new single, “Tin Machine” with Ronaissance, via OWSLA’s NEST. After recently going b2b with Mija to warm up Brooklyn’s Output before Skrillex, the burgeoning future star continues to prove why she deserves to be held in high esteem, much like her world-class counterparts, despite her age. Just a few months ago, Callie delivered a firing Nest HQ MiniMix to display her party-starting DJ abilities, and now she’s back with her fourth release of the year, following a successful release, “Wobble” with Dapp, on Fool’s Gold Records, amongst others.
For “Tin Machine,” Callie has teamed up with a fellow New Yorker, Ronaissance, who is an emerging producer/DJ with releases on Mad Decent. On the track, the pair let loose with a genre-defying style, fusing grinding, metallic sounds with trap and juke-like rhythms for a frenzied, festival-ready weapon that keeps listeners on their toes.
Download “Tin Machine” here.
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to be number one, S’natra and Ivan Jackson are here to let you know with their latest track titled “Number One.” An old-school flow and and silky smooth production make this tune truly worthy of its name. Definitely check this one and keep this dude on your radar as he’s sure to be blowing up and time now.
“Bad 4 U,” is the latest track by the up and coming pop star, Imad Royal. The dude tantalized us with this track on his recent mini tour with Skizzy Mars, and I’m more than excited to finally able to have this one on repeat. The tracks’ happy horns and sexy vocals give this one a superb summer sound.
The band that decides to cover The Rolling Stones must be either hopelessly oblivious to their own talent, or incredibly talented musicians, and know it. Thankfully argonaut&wasp falls into the latter category. Their new cover of “Beasts of Burden” definitely does the original justice.
If you’re a fan of ZHU or any other producers who bring together various sub-genres and soundscapes look no further, introducing Jonah McLean aka DUX. Creating his own self-titled genre ‘cinematic-alien-funk’ he’s created a chilling new original titled “Diana,” dedicated to the late, great Diana Ross in many ways. For starters, the main vocal on this record is a pitch shifted version of “I’m Coming Out” by the 80’s singer and songwriter, but he takes it to a much darker, more interesting space. DUX is someone to keep your eye on, trust me. Listen to “Diana” after the jump!
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If you’ve been searching for a synth-fueled electronic track ready for the warmth of summer, look no further than “Flutter.” This track showcases the chemistry between singer/songwriter Madi and EDM powerhouse Virtual Riot. The two create a successful balance of smooth, mellow elements accented by poignant, jagged samples and a lucid melody.
Virtual Riot is the pseudonym of Germany’s Valentin Brunn. He’s gained the attention of artists like Skrillex and Excision, and is continually expanding his fanbase with his masterful execution of varying genres.
Madi first gained attention on her hit song, “Touch,” a collaboration with KSHMR. Ever since, she’s been honing her songwriting skills and turning her attention to the EDM side of things, exploring her versatility.
Virtual Riot facilitates her transition by complementing her sugary vocals with bouncy synths, and waves of cool, glimmering notes. Look out for these two in the future. If “Flutter” is any indication, they’ve got bright futures ahead.
Colorado and California come together for “All I Need” a hard hitting new trap collab between the likes of StéLouse & Devault. Apparently they’ve been sitting on this track for a while now, and I’m glad it finally got to see the light of day because it is sick! “All I Need” is all I’ll be playing for the next couple of days. Check it out!
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KRNE’s latest remix is bonkers. By combining his superb sound design with trap he’s able to create lush soundscapes for the listener. This time around he’s flipped a crazy Key’s N Krates, one of my favorite acts to date. Well done to all parties involved.