Australian trio RÜFÜS DU SOL aka RÜFÜS (Outside of North America) have already managed to have a stellar year, and it's only Janurary. Earlier this week it was revealed that they'll be supporting ODESZA at Red Rocks Amphitheater on top of securing a spot at both Coachella and Firefly. While just yesterday RÜFÜS released the awesome "All Things Bloom" mix featuring unreleased content and artists like Chrome Sparks.
On top of all this, last week they showcased a new cut off their second studio album Bloom with the lead single "Say A Prayer For Me".
Well after much anticipation, we are thrilled to finally present you Bloom. Out via ODESZA's rapidly growing Foreign Family Collective, the sunshine filled album is guarenteed to brighten your day. Making sure to include previously released tracks like the infectious "Like An Animal" and "You Were Right," the group makes sure the project is packed with brand new songs like the jungle-infused "Hypnotised" and the tranquil "Tell Me." Easily two of our favorite newbies though are the radiant "Daylight" and "Until The Sun Needs To Rise."
Overall, the Aussie live electronic band makes sure to keep fans entertained through the entirety of the project. With pulsing house grooves and incredible vocals, RÜFÜS DU SOL prove their rise is imminent.
Stream their sophomore album in full below and make sure to grab the album when it's released tomorrow on Jan. 22nd.
RÜFÜS DU SOL – Bloom
We last heard from Autolaser when we premiered the incredible future bass original "About Face" alongside Father Dude in December. And while Autolaser has been busy asserting himself in the bubbling Norwegian scene and the world at large, Alex Newell has been hard at work starring in both television and music. The multi-talented performer first gained major attention after starring in Glee and later went gold in the UK for a appearance on Blonde's "All Cried Out."
Now the two have teamed up as Autolaser returns with his official remix of Newell's "This Ain't Over." Distorting the vocals and using them as an enticing melody, Norwegian Autolaser lets Newell dominate the down-tempo verses only to unleash the track into an all out future bass jam during the climaxes. “This Ain’t Over” is off Alex Newell's upcoming POWER EP, out Feb 19th via Big Beat Records, Alex will also be supporting Adam Lambert on his tour next month. The remix package for "This Ain't Over" will be available January 29th, but check out our premiere of Autolaser's remix now! Enjoy.
Alex Newell – "This Ain't Over" (Autolaser Remix)
1. This Ain’t Over (Odd Mob Remix)
2. This Ain’t Over (TKDJS Remix)
3. This Ain’t Over (Autolaser Remix)
4. This Ain’t Over (kid Remix)
5. This Ain’t Over (PVC Remix)
The livetronic duo known globally around the jam and dance music communities as Big Gigantic are riding hot from the recent release of their entire catalog via a BitTorrent bundle containing over 70 originals, remixes, mixes, and visual representations all available for free download. Many producers and djs alike would take the opportunity to rest up on delivering new content for a minute, but longtime fan TSIS favorites Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken are right back at it again.
Knowing the season of cold temperatures, early night falls, and more time indoors is fully upon us stateside, the gents have compiled and curated a collection of tunes for the second edition of their "Winter Chill Mix" offering. Embrace the feels ranging from melodic to downright dance-floor heaters as tunes from booming duo's ODESZA and Louis the Child, trap acts Ookay and NGHTMRE, chill centered aficionado's Petit Biscuit and Chill Harris, and many other gems that are spread across a 60-minute time frame.
If you are in need of audible bliss for an upcoming party, work out session, or general music fullfillment, stream Big Gigantic's mix below and look out for new music from the gents coming in the not so distant future as we've heard an album could be in the works. Enjoy
Big Gigantic – Winter Chill Mix Vol II | Free Download
Big Gigantic have also announced a two night run of shows in NYC at Terminal 5 on March 11th and 12th with support from Hermitude. Mija, and Unlike Pluto. Tickets are on-sale now HERE
Goshpith – Gold Chain
Wafia – Heartburn
Hadyn James – Something About You (Odezsa Remix)
Pretty Lights – One Day They'll Know (Odezsa Remix)
Pham – Squaad
Duke Dumont – Need U 100% (Ookay Remix)
Tisoki – How About It (VIP)
Marshmello Ft. Omar Linx – Keep It Mello
Atrak – We All Fall Down (JayKode Remix)
NGHTMRE – Aftershock
Alison Wonderland – Games (Hermitude Remix)
Zeds Dead – Stoned Capone (ft Omar Linx & Big Gigantic)
Fire (Jesse Slayter & PLS &TY Remix)
Louis The Child – It's Strange
Graves & Myrne – Tiger Blood
Petit Biscuit – Sunset Lover
GRiZ – Stop Trippin' (Chill Harris Remix)
Grynpyrate – Boba Beach
Pegboard Nerds and their incredible single "Just Like That" dominated airwaves across the globe for it's earworm melodies and undeniable future bass aesthetic. They continued to shine with the release of "Emoji" as well as its respective music video involving hilarious visuals of (you guessed it) emojis.
Now none other than UK edm staple Rusko flips "Just Like That" into a classic chilled out drum & bass tune. Throwing in jittering high hats and even police sirens, Rusko has once again surprised us by turning an unexpected track such as "Just Like That" into a drum & bass heater. Enjoy the premiere below.
Pegboard Nerds – Just Like That (Rusko Remix)
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick