TWONK general Brillz teams up with London producer LAXX for a release that's been burning through festival and club crowds thanks to play out from Flux Pavilion, Snails, Bro Safari among others.
"Destruktion" is fairly true to title! The foundation is kitted out with an absurd amount of twonky electro synths, rattling snare snaps, and punchy bass kicks. The countdown leading to both drops are a bass heads fantasy and could level ones ear drums if played at high volume.
Stream the exclusive premiere below and you can grab this release on LAXX's brand new TWITCH Pt. 2 EP dropping Monday, November 30th via Never Say Die Records. Enjoy
LAXX & Brillz – Destruktion | Buy
Earlier this year anonymous producer Marshmello mysteriously popped up on our radar with a collection of captivating releases and has been making waves in the electronic world ever since. This elusive producer previously turned heads with a remix of Jack U’s "Where Are U Now" along with refreshing original releases “Summer” and “BoUnCE," as well as a huge hip hop collabortion "Keep It Mello" with Toronto rapper Omar LinX.
Now Marshmello is back at it with an exciting take on Adele’s massive new single “Hello” just in time for the release of her new album "25." Building off the original’s extremely catchy vocals, this remix brings Marshmello’s melodic future bass elements and trapped out drums alongside rumbling bass in the colorful drops making for a hit you’ll surely want to hear multiple times. This bouncy flip on Adele’s hit adds to this quickly rising producer’s catalog of successful releases and has us curiously awaiting more material. Enjoy!
Adele – HeLLo (marshmello remix) | Free Download
Iconic hip-hop DJ Green Lantern has expanded his career from DJing for artists like Eminem and Nas to a growing into an artist himself by producing original content & remixes in the electronic realm. He’s impressed us thus far with a great remix of Wu-Tang’s classic “C.R.E.A.M.” in addition to massive funk infused sample heavy original “Funk Space Coaster,” and stellar mixes.
This track preps us for the release of the much anticipated new Star Wars movie and is a spin on a classic song “Cantina" from the iconic scene where Hans Solo enters an alien bar in A New Hope, and the familiar track is reimagined as a fresh trap heater. This new tune from Lantern is appropriately titled "Awaken," and has enlisted the talents of Buygore's Woogie alongside up and coming 15 year old Australian artist, Toby Romeo. These artists rework the classic song into a hard-hitting trap anthem and according to Lantern, they "remixed the fun, funky tune and brought it to you fully trapped out with enough 808 to take out a Death Star.” Enjoy this massive spin on the iconic Star Wars track we’re all familiar with and grab the free download below.
Woogie X Green Lantern X Toby Romeo – Awaken | Free Download
Being known as an producer that can tackle multiple genres within the dance music spectrum in charismatic fashion has made emerging Los Angeles-based act Dr. Fresch a rising commodity during a year that's seen him with set times at EDC Las Vegas, CRSSD Festival, and Splash House among others.
His talents were commissioned for a remix of house specialist Chris Lake and Australian starlet Anna Lunoe's thumping single "Stomper" and let's just say he did the remix justice. Dr. Fresch flips the original into a blazing trap heater while strenghting the bassline and adding new synths throughout.
The overall result has lit up dance floors across the country and is a must add for your party playlist! Stream the release below and above all, Enjoy
Chris Lake & Anna Lunoe – Stomper (Dr. Fresch Remix) | Purchase
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