LA-based producer Robokid is on a roll right now. After dropping his remix for Madeaux’s “Kill For Me” through Fool’s Gold Records, the Boston native is now back at it again… with an original this time around. “23” has effortlessly become the Coachella anthem after being featured on the live stream last weekend.
You don’t have to run up every weekend, especially while listening to ambient tunes like this one by Atlanta natives and production duo Bells and Robes. “How Could We Have Known” is the title track off the guy’s new EP and it’s a wavy delight. Properly using samples in your soundscape can be tricky to do in an organic fashion, but they show true creativity and originality on this one. Stream and download “How Could We Have Known.”
Lately it’s been a struggle finding new music, so when I uncovered this new Goldwash I was ecstatic. “Separate” is tantalizes the listener in the absolute best way possible. Help support him on SoundCloud and don’t forget to snag that download for free.
Los Angeles-based DJ/producer, Justin Jay, releases a new single, “What Do You Want” featuring Josh Taylor & Benny Bridges, through his Justin Jay & Friends project via Black Butter Records. In the midst of his global touring schedule, the Dirtybird protégé has been leading up to his debut album, Fantastic Voyage (The Album!), with anticipated, genre-bending songs such as “Weatherman” and “Can’t Complain” that have accumulated almost a half a million plays online thus far. Just last week, Justin threw a house party featuring Kill Frenzy, Sacha Robotti, and more in Los Angeles, and now he is back with a dreamy number for fans to indulge in.
On “What Do You Want,” Justin Jay blends Josh Taylor’s croons and pitched down vocoder textures with a stripped-down house groove accented by layered guitar licks, spacey atmospheres, and acoustic drums – all of which are quickly forming the group’s signature sound.
Seems as though the Moving Castle crew is on a complete roll with their remixes lately. Today they have blessed the Internet with a remix of Chet Porter’s “tbh ily” by Kidswaste. Taking the original electronic dance track, Kidswaste has thrown his own vocals on and really turned it into a pop masterpiece. You can stream and grab a free download below. Enjoy!
“Jumpin’ Jumpin’” by Destiny’s Child is a timeless record in my opinion. Up and coming producer and DJ Billy-On released a juke and hip-hop infused take on the classic track a couple weeks back and it’s an awesome remix that deserves your attention. This is the first time Billy-On came across my table but I’m glad to consider myself a new fan and will have my eye on his social media accounts. Talk about a wavy throwback!
Producer/DJ EDX receives four EMPO Awards 2016 nominations for Producer of the Year, Best Indie Dance / Nu Disco Artist, Best Remix of the Year with his “Indian Summer” remix of Sam Feldt’s “Show Me Love,” and Best Label with Enormous Tunes.
In 2015, EDX was responsible for some of the biggest tracks of the year, including his original, “Belong,” “Revered,” and his “Ibiza Sunrise” remix of Robin Schulz’s “Sugar,” that went on to receive gold and platinum certifications in various countries. As he moved into the new year, EDX was recognized as the #1 top charting artist on Beatport, beating out everyone from Tiesto to Maceo Plex, while also making waves with his last single, “Missing.” Recently, he has continued to build his profile with his No Xcuses vs. Enormous Tunes Bus Tour that was a resounding success, and he enjoyed a fruitful Miami Music Week, which included his biggest No Xcuses party yet that featured The Magician, Bakermat, Sander Kleinenberg, and more.
As a humble artist, EDX continues to elevate his career year after year, and these nominations for Mexico’s electronic music awards reaffirm his ranking in the upper echelon of dance music talent around the world. Stay tuned for more EDX music and shows to come.
Vote EDX for the EMPO Awards categories below.
EDX’s EMPO Awards 2016 Nominations
• Producer of the Year
• Best Indie Dance / Nu Disco Artist
• Best Remix of the Year – Sam Feldt – Show Me Love (EDX’s Indian Summer Remix)
• Best Label – Enormous Tunes
Nick AM, a relatively new name to the scene, but with records like this – you’re going to be hearing a lot more from him. His latest release, “Veronica” hits the target and has been on repeat all morning. Don’t sleep on this one.
Damn, a homie shot me this and I needed to share. Meet Louis Futon, a breaking out act from the USA. His mixtape is fire, stream below.
Best Saturday ever! Let me tell you why, the legend Wheathin has uploaded his first mainstream remix ever. Today he came at us with a remix of “Blasé” by Ty Dolla $ign. My favorite part about this tune has to be the build up; with crisp percussion and a beautiful underlying bass this tune will make your head explode. You can stream below, enjoy!