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Robotaki And Manila Killa Link Up For Chill New Collaboration “I Want You” Ft. Matthew John Kurz

Robotaki Manila Killa

With similar future bass styles that exude vibrancy, both Robotaki and Manila Killa have been steadily gaining traction over the past couple of years. Both have been featured on TSIS throughout 2017 – Robotaki most notably with his stirring single “Drunk” and Manila Killa with his high-energy collab with AObeats “I’m Ok.” It’s only fitting that these two finally came together to produce an impressive new collaboration, “I Want You” feat. Matthew John Kurz.

With its crisp production and lighthearted feel, “I Want You” is the perfect midsummer track. The intro has a certain infectious energy that pulls you in from the first few notes, with the song building upon that spirit from there. The smooth percussion, airy synths and relaxed vocals lend themselves to a tranquil overall sound, and a nice switch-up in the instrumental towards the end keeps things refreshing. 

This exciting collab comes just a day before our Wave Tape Party with Manila Killa and Robotaki tomorrow in LA we're partnering with Next Wave and Moving Castle. The event is free to attend and we’ll be live-streaming via our Facebook page for those who can’t make it. In the meantime, check out “I Want You” below and enjoy!

Robotaki & Manila Killa - I Want You (Ft. Matthew John Kurz)

[PREMIERE] Robotaki Releases Vibrant Future Bass Track "Drunk" Feat. Reece

Robotaki Drunk

Toronto-born producer Robotaki has proved himself with quality remixes and has moved towards original productions as of late. Robotaki continues this trend with latest impressive single “Drunk” feat. Reece that we have the pleasure of premiering today.

He's previously made appearances on TSIS for his atmospheric remix of Miguel’s “Do You” and his chill house take on Kaskade’s “Whatever.”  This new track "Drunk" kicks off with a quick, upbeat piano melody and raw vocals pulling you in from the start. Layers upon layers of sound design build the track leading into an unexpected future bass drop that gets more intense as the song progresses. The emotion of the track shines through both Reece’s haunting tone and the sound itself, taking you on a trip throughout the entire track. Stream Robotaki’s debut on Next Wave below and enjoy!

Robotaki - Drunk (Ft. Reece) | Stream Only

[PREMIERE] Kaskade - Whatever (Robotaki Remix) : Chillout House

[PREMIERE] Kaskade - Whatever (Robotaki Remix) : Chillout House - Featured Image

Kaskade managed to bring in a noticeable indie rock influence to one of his latest singles "Whatever" which featured the indie band KOLAJ. It was calling for a remix and today we have the premiere of a fantastic one from New York producer Robotaki. He's been building his name through a variety of Soundcloud releases including the awesome remix of Miguel's "Do You" we premiered last year. 

He stepped in and delivered one of his best tracks to date giving the song a complete facelift. Displaying a notable Kaytranada influence with the drums that we are certainly not complaining about. The song progresses with additional layers and breakdowns never letting you get bored from start to finish. Enjoy!

Kaskade - Whatever (Robotaki Remix) | "Whatever" Remixes Out Feb 12

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