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RudeBrutal – Sun & Bass: Indie-Dance Tech-House

Enliven your Drum n Bass playlists with RudeBrutal’s ensnaring new track, Sun & Bass, which was inspired by a sunset over the Danube river.

Very few things can top the vibrant and fiery beauty of a sunset, but RudeBrutal manages to eclipse it with his bass-drenched beats and shimmering synths that lay in a bed of pulsating deep tech breakbeat rhythms.

During his long and colourful career in the music industry, RudeBrutal has been an on-air-DJ, sound editor and recording engineer. He has composed and produced for musicals, other artists and theatre. In 2000, he took a short break from the aural world to hone in on his video production skills. In 2014, he returned to the music industry with his unique indie-dance tech-house sound that we can’t wait to hear more of.

Sun & Bass is now available to stream on SoundCloud. Or you can check out the official video on YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Get a shot of entrancing EDM ecstasy from YAZ’s fiercely sonic mix ‘Judgement’

https://open.spotify.com/album/6DvWkfpky3hJMkOXOwPKfG?highlight=spotify:track:5qnwjDSirOwKpc5vIBhsbg

Starting off with a fiercely sonic blast of Techno, YAZ’s standout track ‘Judgement’ from her 2020 EP Eternity will remind you why you fell in love with EDM in the first place. The entrancement, the aural ecstasy, the ability to surrender your rhythmic pulses and accept that for the next few minutes, the music is going to take control while your synapses become ensnared by the danceable high-octane beats.

The instrumental mix needs no lyrics to feed emotion or feeling. Unrelenting momentum blazes all throughout Judgement, instead of waiting for the drop, each second of the mix will implant euphoria.

You can check out Judgement for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Surrender your senses to Darth Athena’s high-energy Trance mix Polyzap

Atlanta-based EDM artist and producer Darth Athena has recently dropped their most entrancing track to date, Polyzap.

It wasn’t long before the high-energy futuristic mix quickly garnered plenty of acclaim from Techno, Tech House and Trance fans alike. Even without clubs to hit, the galvanising track became a playlist staple for anyone looking for a rhythmically hypnotic track to sink into.

The style, structure and execution of the extended-length are typical from what you can expect from Darth Athena, but with Polyzap, they created their most distinctive and daring track yet. Between the euphoric build-ups and the all to satisfying breakdowns, you’ll find doom-laden sonic synths amongst a myriad of other effects and sci-fi vibes which combine to ensure that listening to Polyzap is a full-body experience.

You can check out Polyzap for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Canada’s Stigmada trances through with deep tech ”Are These Those Chords Vol 2”

https://soundcloud.com/eufortia/are-these-those-chords-vol-3

With an euphoric beat, no vocals and awe-inspiring samples that make you feel like you are flying in the sky, this is a stunning release for 2020. I feel free and have no worries as I’m carried through a crowd of people as we all unsocial distance. This is a dream for now but I feel a good vibe and this puts me in the summer mood.

Canada’s Stigmada is a young 22 year old producer who is wise beyond his years. He has a funky style about him and I enjoy listening to his beats. This is a young guy who is on his way up the ranks. ”Are These Those Chords Vol 2” is a happy track and should be belted out loud in the speakers and cars all over the world. If he can push hard there is no question we could see him on some big stages too. Look out for more progressive tech house tracks from this newcomer and he has all the potential in the world.

Stream more from this new trance house producer from Canada on his Soundcloud channel to join his journey.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Supernature reminds us to stay calm and be ”Beautiful Together”

https://open.spotify.com/album/0xMe8s4RxNLR3akfVAoFzx?highlight=spotify:track:4pavUu0omYlB59GGASFEKr

UK Dance crew, Supernature are back with new music and it’s an absolute banger. They remind us to stay positive, get the mates together and just dance. In a world that is itching to get back to the parties, this is a taste of things to come.

Beautiful Together” is a dance inspired track released at exactly the right time. The group have lots of different styles including 80’s vocals, trance, tech-house and this follows the groups improving sound.

Supernature have powered through despite the current world climate to remind us that there is light at the end of the dark & bleak tunnel of madness aka 2020. This is an inspiring single with a call to join the party, the build up of the trance house style, followed up with a full go of party music that just wants to you to dance along. This is a refreshing song that should find much success with a hungry audience, bursting to get into their favorite haunts again. ”Beautiful Together” is a reminder that everything is going to be okay.

Stream this exciting Dance act from the UK on their Spotify channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

 

The Mary X Incident – PlusUltra: Caustically-Sweet Deep Tech House

PlusUltra by The Mary X Incident

When Deep House Big Beats have you itching to hike up the volume to let the reverberance envelop you, you know you’ve just stumbled across a caustic aural gem. Which is exactly what happened when we stumbled across the title track from the album “PlusUltra” by London-based artist The Mary X Incident. PlusUltra is a slightly more rhythmic offering than the other (deliciously) harsher soundscapes on the album which are sure to enamour any fans of the Chemical Brothers, the Prodigy and Propellerheads.

Even around the harsher elements of the electronic soundscape the synth-reverb still layers the track with a searing light tonality adding an infinite amount of texture to the sound which most Tech House producers could only dream of manifesting in their sound.

You can check out PlusUltra from the Mary X Incident for yourselves by heading over to Bandcamp now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast