Rinor drops fab modern club EDM jam ‘YouGotMeDown‘ that will get you off your feet and dance the night away. This is that golden sound that comes around elegantly when you least expect it.
After an intensive creative process, founding his own label. After his summer tour in Croatia was postponed, Rinor focused on the upcoming album a mix of several genres, with artists from Los Angeles, Sweden and Sydney in Australia. With a global team of artists all contributing to make a worldly sound, this is an International standard effort.
‘YouGotMeDown‘ is a night time cruise blend of goodness, all wrapped up in a classy style that is sure to pick up many new fans. This is a familiar beat that has been re-invented, you feel happy while listening to this and are all warm inside. The visuals are fantastic and this will be a song that is played all over the world. The quality is just too good and glistening little bit of extra bounce, only makes this is a pleasurable listen.
Italian artist and producer FunkEnergy made their most entrancing contribution to the Big Beat scene yet with their 2020 EP ‘Red Lips’ which dropped on October 14th via UPUK Records.
With snappy breakbeats bringing a solid structure to the exuberantly dynamic standout track ‘Beautiful Liar’, you can’t help but get into the groove with the up-vibe rhythms.
The fact that FunkEnergy was able to create a high-vibe track about infidelity makes me love him even more. The cheeky playfulness resonates all throughout the mix which you’ll definitely want to give plenty of repeat attention to. The production boasts a massive sound, but it is still easier than breathing to slip into. Naturally, we can’t wait to hear what comes next.
You can check out FunkEnergy’s single Beautiful Liar along with the rest of their 2020 EP by heading over to SoundCloud.
London-based artist and producer Mari dug up the roots of underground UK EDM and planted them within their hypnotic debut EP ‘Midheaven’.
Lush layers of reverb lace steady beats with ethereal glazing in the standout track ‘So Easy’, allowing the track to border on the celestial. With warm, yet phantasmal vocals, So Easy doesn’t solely offer instrumental entrancement. Mari’s sultry vocal timbre will leave you transfixed as she explores her evocatively wide vocal range.
There’s also an incredible intimacy to be found in So Easy. Tonally, the soundscape may share qualities with those cooked up by the likes of Warpaint, but Mari’s love for the underground resonates throughout the entire EP.
You can check out Mari’s single So Easy for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
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.
Delectably dark, yet euphorically rousing, MASS HOUSE ARREST by Sheffield-based artist and producer Pete Jackson is the feel-good Dance drop we never knew we needed.
Listening to high-energy tracks may be a bitter-sweet experience now, given that nightclubs are inaccessible, but you can class MASS HOUSE ARREST as a refreshing exception.
Starting out with a steady minimalistic beat, the track gently eases you into the momentum, only after ensuring you’ve had a suitable hit of catharsis. Then, the track amasses scuzzy distortion as it gains traction and the sound of Pete Jackson’s crunching guitar tones start to coalesce. Mid-way through the extended mix, the Dark Pop vocals work their way in, any fans of And One, Apoptygma Berzerk and Covenant will definitely approve.
I genuinely don’t know where my sanity would be if it wasn’t for artists such as Pete Jackson who are solidifying the culture bubble which protects the real fans of art, music and culture.
You can check out MASS HOUSE ARREST for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Asimov smashes in with powerful new techno single ‘Between a Lightbeam and a Cluster of Dust‘.
Asimov’s sound resonates in an undiscovered place between Progressive House, EDM and Melodic Techno: tunes sculpted on modern and classical structures are defined with both electrifying, flickety-split melodies and arm-raising, catchy hooks. No pre-produced sounds or samples are used that ensures that a genuine, individualistic style is formed. They achieve this goal with plenty to spare, this is a track you notice. The authentic nature is for all to see.
This a quick ride and you can just feel the sweaty club where this music is mostly played. The buzz is alive and you can tell that much effort was put into this release, this is fantastic techno music to dance to.
‘Between a Lightbeam and a Cluster of Dust‘ from Asimov is a fast-boosting song that is perfect for the party nights. There is so much steam here, the beats come at an excellent rate and just accelerates all the time like a humming Mustang. The lights are on and this is a DJ who knows his crowd. This is a club winner all the way.
The fact that dancefloors are inaccessible right now got a whole lot sadder after we heard the colossal new drop “Closer” from up and coming artist Aeropryme.
The entrancingly bass-driven feat of retro wave threw us right back to the time when Pendulum was dominating the airwaves, while simultaneously unravelling as an ecstasy-dripping treat for any fans of the Human League.
Yet, you’ve never heard anything quite like Closer, with pops of 80s nostalgia, a progressive nature from start to finish and the masterful production skills of Pandora Nightz, it’s an unforgettable mix that you’ll want to give repeat attention to.
You can check out Aeropryme’s track which dropped on September 26th for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
Barcelona-based Electronica artist and producer Icecolddiamond released their intensely emotive latest single “Shattered” on September 18th. We’re not crying, you are.
The darkly atmospheric release offers lush reverb for you to swim in during the intro, but once the momentum starts to build in the darkly mesmeric mix, it’s compelling enough to make you throw away any inhibitions you had when you hit play. Even if it doesn’t catch you on the dancefloor. Therein lies the true beauty of Shattered, the track was written at the start of lockdown in complete isolation while Icecolddiamon was detached from reality. Their emotion fell into the soundscape undilutedly to make Shattered the ultimate club mix when there are no clubs, just solitude. Okay, we are crying.
You can check out Icecolddiamond’s track Shattered for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
With their latest track, up and coming producer Cyrus has entrancingly attacked the iconic hit “Drops of Jupiter by Train.
Drops of Jupiter is one of those perfectly nostalgic hits which may not commonly appear on Playlists, but when the track catches us by chance, it hits us with waves euphoria inspired by the melodic momentum in the all-consuming Indie Rock track. With Cyrus’ remix, there’s even more high-vibe energy to soak up and the track has become even more trancey, inventively glitchy and high-octane than ever.
The New Jersey-based artist and producer well and truly made the track their own and amassed plenty of hype by doing so with their mould-breaking approach to production. He’s definitely one for the radar if you’re in the habit of keeping track of the freshest producers around in 2020.
You can check out the remix for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
Scottish-born, Madrid-based EDM artist and producer The Fox at Night (Andrew Macfarlane) has prepared 5-minutes of solid aural ingenuity for you to revel in with their nostalgically sweet single “Childhood”.
The playful polyphonic tones make it all too easy to immerse yourselves in the authentically enticing mix which picks up momentum at an incredibly teasing pace. Mid-way through the track, you’ll be in the midst of a trancey yet delicately soulful soundscape which boasts elements of Progressive House, but it will be easier to tell you that you’ve never quite heard anything like this before.
You may need a moment or two to realign your rhythmic pulses once Childhood has faded to a close.
You can check out Childhood for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.