Whenever 50 Cent’s 2003 classic “In Da Club” comes on at a party, everyone and their dog turns up un doubtedly. But, with dance music dominating the current club scenes, it has become a rarity that the hip-hop jam is mixed into live sets because of its differing BPM from the typical house track. Well, Bender stepped up to the plate and spun “In Da Club” into a gritty dance floor heater that is sure to be that new hot fire you hear at the club. Check it out below.
British prodigy, Curbi, announces his new single, “Discharge,” due out in March via Spinnin’ Records. This gifted 16-year-old isn’t new to the game as he’s been producing tracks for a number of years, but it took persistence and getting noticed by the house music don, Oliver Heldens, for him to initiate his upward trajectory. Now, Curbi is signed to the world renowned dance imprint, Spinnin’ Records, and he’s ready for his introduction to the world.
On “Discharge,” Curbi flexes his production prowess, melding catchy synth stabs with slick percussive work for a club-ready future house gem. With masterful tracks like this one and support from Oliver Heldens, Avicii, and more, Curbi is already on his way to international stardom, and he’s only just getting started.
Last night, ATB debuted his remix of the smash hit ‘Love Me Like You Do’ by Ellie Goulding on SiriusXM BPM. Now the top streaming song in UK, the ubiquitous original from the record breaking movie ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ adds the legendary ATB’s beautiful melodies to Ellie’s sultry vocals. ATB has been in the studio over the past year working on his tenth studio album due out later this year and has decided to get the momentum going with a trance-progressive punch via “Love Me Like You Do.” ATB’s remix is available for free download here.
Rock It Science Labs is proud to present the debut solo EP from Los Angeles’ luminary Whitney Fierce entitled The Broken Car Window EP. This release defines her self-styled “Dream House” sound – subtle, sexy, and deep. ‘The Night Air’ combines moody chimes, strings, and basslines with intricate percussion while her vocals recall a warm night in her Corvette. Eric Sharp takes the tune in a brighter, more upbeat direction with his version. A full remix package is still to come so keep your ears to the ground for that.
Ultra Music, one of dance music’s most prestigious record labels, releases their new compilation, Ultra Dance 16, in celebration of their 20th anniversary. As a label that has been around since dance music’s infancy, Ultra Music has become a symbol of impassioned dedication to the arts as they’ve released timeless classics year in and year out. Now, the iconic dance music imprint is back to highlight some of their biggest and best 2014 releases with another stand-out compilation.
2014 was a massive year for Ultra Music as they were undeniably at the top of their game yet again. They welcomed some of the year’s biggest breakout stars, like Kygo, to the Ultra family, while the label’s marquee mainstays like Hardwell continued their run of dominance. Ultra Dance 16 gives fans a chance to relive the label’s amazing year through a special twenty-four track compilation. The compilation nearly covers the entire spectrum of dance music, from the indie-electronica band Clean Bandit and their Grammy-winning hit “Rather Be,” to the rock-inspired electro collaboration, “Back to Earth,” between Steve Aoki and Fall Out Boy, to the awe-inspiring house remix of Henry Krinkle’s track “Stay” by Justin Martin, and more.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Ultra Music and the release of Ultra Dance 16, Patrick Moxey, the founder of the label, told Billboard, “Ultra Records started heavily in the compilation business. Pre-Internet when it was hard to find dance singles, Ultra compilations gave a beautiful face to the great music we broke in the clubs. Ultra was excited to do the very first dance mix compilations on iTunes with Ultra iDance and Ultra iTrance. Now we love having the dance compilation business in the digital world and hope everyone enjoys Ultra Dance 16.”
Buy Ultra Dance 16 on iTunes.
Earlier this month, trap duo Slander along with fellow LA producer NGHTMRE announced the future release of a four song EP that they produced together titled, Nuclear Bonds. They debuted the EP with its first track, “Warning,” that was designed to absolutely obliterate stereo speakers with its earth-shaking bass backbone. Now, the three producers have released the second original, “Power.”
Just when we thought they couldn’t go any harder, Slander and NGHTMRE unleash a diabolic concoction that is “Power.” The original manages to blur the lines between various bass-driven genres to deliver a hybrid monster of epic proportions. This follow-up track demonstrates both Slander and NGHTMRE’s true chemistry in the studio and keeps us on the edge of our seats for the last two tracks of their Nuclear Bonds EP.
It’s always exciting finding relatively unknown talents that you know are on the cusp of blowing up! The up-and-coming brother duo, Sailors, are chasing their dreams of being producers. With a clear vision of what they wanted their music to portray, the two have rapidly gained fans in a short period of time. Since their debut only a few months ago they’ve accumulated over 2 million plays on Soundcloud. Returning with a new original, “Feels So Good”, Sailors deliver some major feels. Beautiful instrumentation, romantic vocals and an ambient vibe, these two have proved their abilities as producers. We’re expecting big things from them in the future. Out on Casual Jams Records, stream the track below, enjoy!
NY trap duo TWRK has announced a new track available for free download “Spring Break” featuring the vocal stylings of The Rej2tz and rapper Dougie F. This is a true “turn up” track, the song you’re gonna want to bring with you to the beach for spring break so go on and get it moving. Stay tuned for more from TWRK as they prepare their debut EP “WE ARE TWRK” out 5/5 via Mad Decent.
Gold is the theme here. Golden Coast because the indie-pop duo’s latest song, “Futurist” is back swimming in new vibrant hip-hop hues. Golden gramophone because GRAMMY-winning female rapper Sirah is at the control center. Not only has she deconstructed the original and pieced it back together, she’s also added a verse. Golden Rule because one should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself, right? I am sharing this with you as I’m sharing it with my best friends. And American Express Gold Card because this shit pops off so hard you’ll need it to replace the speakers you’re about to blow.
Check out the original, here!
Sage DeVault is an 18 year old DJ/producer who resides in Orange County, California and goes by the stage name of JANET JACK’s SON. His latest release sees him putting a silky edit on “So High” by Doja Cat, lacing it with woozy synth work and chill trap percussion. Grab your Free DL of the new remix below after streaming it. Enjoy: