Captain Destructo just finished the eighth and ninth voyages of his annual cruise festival, Holy Ship! 2017. Layered with the dance scene’s finest DJs and producers, this year’s festival did not disappoint, and per usual, it culminated to a morning-welcoming Sunrise Sermon set from Gary Richards himself. Luckily, he decided to upload the full mix onto SoundCloud for all those who were unable to attend to relish in its glory and those who were there to relive the holy set.
We’ve been really feeling this remix by a new artist on our radar. It an official version of “Satellite” dropped on Guster’s Soundcloud page by the producer JordanXL. There are great pads, drum fills and bouncy bass, topped off with a chorus featuring some groovy pitched up vocals. You’ll definitley dig this one.
A lush layer of strings, accompanied by fluid rhodes chords, usher in Element’s new banger — “Resurrection.” To create his coined cinematic dissonance, the Brooklyn-based producer, originally hailing from San Francisco, then introduces an ominous choir and piercing chimes. As the track begins to build with prevailing tension, smashing orchestral drums hold the rhythm. As the song builds the audio grows in the largest way possible, and churns out yet another hit for Element, enjoy it now below!
Wow. Drunken Masters is an artist who garnered a bit of attention but this track he worked on with Eskei83 and Gunjah is SOMETHING ELSE. Boy, does it slap.
Dare I say the future is upon us? A mind-blowing, dynamic mesh of soul and electronic styles indicates just that. Indiginis continues to prove themselves to be two to reckon with as they take 2017 in an inventive, unique musical direction. Really loving what they did on this recently released hip-hop infused record, “Copywritten So, Don’t Copy Me” – listen now above!
Morgan Page and Steve James. Now there’s a combo we might not have expected, but are super stoked is a reality. Both officially Grammy nominated (congrats Steve on your first this year), these two are undoubtedly some of the finest tastemakers in their fields, and their styles compliment each other so well in this release. ‘Candles’ takes the best of vocally driven pop-sensible catchiness with progressive and future electronic elements to provide a dynamic
experience for the listener; what that means in laymen’s terms is: this track bangs.
We just heard this new song by Yultron that was premiered on Nest HQ last week. It’s got electronic flavors that take you back to to a time when electro was at it’s peak. Yultron sees another wave coming and “Make Electro Great Again” could be a trend setter for more quality electro.
Today Medasin shows us that its okay to let loose with your beat making and have a little fun. Keeping his signature style and production, he gives us “Territory,” a mainstage weapon ready to enter the festival season as it approaches this year. Keep your eyes out for more from this talented producer!
Aspyer is a new producer on our radar. This remix grabbed our attention. As part of a batch of remixes for Cheat Code’s “Queen Elizabeth”, Aspyers version stands out as a great flip. We’ll have our eyes out for more remixes from this guy, and hopefully some new originals from both of these projects.
These two rising talents never cease to amaze us. Whethan and Oliver Tree deliver their second original today, called “All You Ever Talk About.” A six word vocal phrase from Oliver Tree and some of the most bustling and ear stimulating beats from Whethan and you have an irresistible combination of the future bass and indie rock sounds. Keep an eye out for new music coming from these two, and check out the track on Soundcloud for a free download!