We were pleasantly surprised by Miike Snow’s first song in 3 years with the release of their single “Heart is Full” off the forthcoming third studio album titled III. Now the trio’s brought on Run The Jewels for a fresh new take on the single.
Run The Jewels successfully crosses over between the electronic and hip hop worlds, and turned out to be a great fit alongside Miike Snow’s signature indie/electronic sound. Killer Mike and El-P flawlessly find their flows and ride in pocket with the beat, fitting into the track seamlessly. Stay tuned for more new music from Miike Snow and stream the track below. Enjoy!
Miike Snow – Heart Is Full (Run The Jewels Remix)
In recent weeks we’ve been pleasantly surprised with a peppering of new material coming from Major Lazer. These have come in the form of refreshing remixes of their own tracks from their massive 2015 album Peace Is The Mission, in addition to a completely new collaboration with Autoerotique as they touch on the future bass sound with a Major Lazer twist.
Today the new music keeps on coming as we've received another fresh remix from the ML crew, this time calling on rapper / singer D.R.A.M. for an additional verse on “Powerful (Ft. Ellie Goulding and Tarrus Riley)." On top of the additional verse, the track has been given a fresh makeover on the production side of things for more of a future bass / trap feel than the original. Listen below to hear for yourself and be sure to grab a free download curtesy of Major Lazer. Enjoy!
Major Lazer – Powerful (D.R.A.M Remix) | Free Download
Tchami Launches Record Label “Confessions” + Releases First Single : ANGELZ – Hey Girl [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Chill, Mix / Playlist by Bryan Reid | Tags: ANGELZ, Confessions, Free Download, Hey Girl, Mix, Tchami
French house producer Tchami has become somewhat of an elite commodity within his dance music world being one of the true originators of the "future house" genre. He's released stand-out singles — “Afterlife” and “Missing You” — and genre-setting remixes of Jack U’s “Take You There” and Alunageorge’s “You Know You Like It”.
After releasing music on various labels since his inception, Tchami has announced the formation of Confessions; a new record label that sees him take on the role as label head honcho. To celebrate the news, Tchami has released the imprints first single “Hey Girl” from rising Quebec act ANGELZ.
Along with the first free single, Tchami curated a special promo mix that features the first batch of releases coming from the label. Listen to ANGELZ new single and Tchami’s mini mix below!
ANGELZ – Hey Girl | Free Download
Confessions – MINI MIX 1 (Mixed By Tchami)
Dynamic bass duo Knife Party have been teasing news of a new release coming out, and now we know it to be the Trigger Warning EP.
In an interesting move they are releasing the remix of one of the EP's single "PLUR Police" ahead of the original online. They have brought out none other then exploding producer and TSIS regular JAUZ to take on duties.
He has had quite the breakout year full of legendary festival sets and series of headline shows and some huge singles like "Deeper Love" or his collaborations like "Squad Out" with Skrillex, "Get On Up" with Pegboard Nerds or the 2015 future house anthem "Rock The Party" he did with Ephwurd.
JAUZ’s production prowess stands out greatly on this remix of “Plur Police”; we see him experiment with the Dubstep side of the spectrum taking a step away from his signature Future House / Bass House style. He proceeds to kill the remix with the unexepected direction in sound full of high-octane synths and loads of rumbling bass. Those looking for a hefty dose of dubstep will go ape shit over this new release.
Knife Party – PLUR Police (Jauz Remix) | Out Nov. 20
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