Ahead of the release of their debut album “Hover”, up and coming Electronica artist BisonBison have dropped the perfect teaser with their ethereally ambient single “Expanded” which was released on October 24th.
Expanded finds an enthralling balance between New Age rhythms and contemporary Electronica production which allows the single to unfold as accessibly familiar whilst immersing you in a pioneeringly captivating mix.
With a prelude which shares reminiscence with Ramin Djawadi’s more melodious scores leading into organically contorted meandering Eastern rhythms, the fluidity of the soundscape in Expanded is enough to allow you to feel as though you’ve been separated from your bones.
The vocals also play a heavy hand in transforming Expanded from a cathartically arrestive single into one which will stay with you for long after it has faded out.
You can check out BisonBison’s latest single Expanded for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
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“Son of Heaven” is the first mix dropped by up and coming Sydney-based Future Funk EDM artist Chevron. For this high-octane hit of Funk-laden House, they teamed up with Lucky Talisman who lent her deftly anthemic vocal cords making sure a potent amount of euphoria spilt from this harshly indulgent offering of EDM.
They may be fresh from their inception, but Chevron has demonstrated their ability to create a danceable hit which will leave you hooked right from the prelude with Son of Heaven.
You can check out Chevron’s mix Son of Heaven for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Make sure to follow Chevron via Instagram or Twitter to stay up to date with their latest releases. With a second single and an album to follow Son of Heaven, Chevron is definitely worth putting on your radar.
There was definitely no forgetting Korfian after the release of their mesmerising Dark Pop single “Territorial” last year. Naturally, we were all too excited that they’ve put their alchemically ominous talents to good use again with the release of their new album “Postfire”.
While each of the seven tracks on Postfire will leave you arrested by the artist’s distinctive additions to the airwaves, the best introduction to their sound is “Handful of Dirt”. With tribal drum rhythms and Korfian’s naturally magnetic vocals, the Electronic soundscape becomes more immersive with each evolution of sound in this truly progressive mix.
Any fans of the Editors are definitely going to want to put Korfian on their radar after the release of this stylistically hypnotic Baroque take on Dark Pop.
You can check out the official video to Handful of Dirt for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now. To listen to the album in full, head to SoundCloud
With a prelude which may as well be in the Mad Max Fury Road soundtrack, up and coming Dubstep artist Tastee’s latest mix “Daddys Home” definitely isn’t for the faint hearted. But those who like to feel the reverberance of Dubstep between their ribs should definitely indulge in the chaos which is contained in Daddys Home.
Even despite the unpredictable frenzied nature of the track, Daddys Home still remains a darkly danceable drop which stands as a testament to Tastee’s talent as a producer. There’s no denying that Daddys Home is a cinematic feat of pioneering ingenuity – even if it should probably come with a health warning.
You can check out Daddys Home for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
“Escape” is just one of the standout tracks found on up and coming Synthwave artist Neon Exdeath’s debut album of the same name.
Even though there’s a fair amount of dark synth-led Electronica already out there on the airwaves, Neon Exdeath sets themselves apart by not failing to spill emotivity through their soundscapes without allowing it to resonate as saccharine.
There may be plenty of reverb on their vocals, but you’d need to be soulfully challenged to not be touched by this sweetly mesmeric single which makes the dark electronica genre a little friendlier.
With choruses you could melt into and Neon Exdeath’s delicately distinctive approach to orchestrating electronic soundscapes, it’s hard to imagine that their unmissable debut is the last we’ll hear of them.
You can check out Neon Exdeath’s debut album Escape for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
There are high vibe party Hip Hop tracks, then there’s the fiery upcoming EDM Hip Hop Rap hit from breaking artist SUVI.
If you haven’t had the pleasure of putting her on your radar yet, her latest single “Killa Kali” which is due to drop in November 2019 is the perfect introduction; and it will quickly have you sharing in her distinctively commanding hype.
Killa Kali may be miles apart from Bollywood soundscapes, but SUVI hasn’t failed to incorporate her roots as a successful Bollywood performer and her Eastern musical influences into the anthemically charged single.
You’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out Killa Kali for yourselves along with the rest of SUVI’s upcoming EP. In the meantime, head on over to their SoundCloud to check out their earlier releases.
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“Bleu Light” is the lucidly captivating latest single from up and coming Ambient EDM artist and producer Ples Jones. For this track, they borrowed the deft vocal cords of female vocalist Coranny. Coranny’s vocals brought a powerfully soulful dynamic to the otherwise slightly alien mix which was doused in layers of sonically lush reverb.
It is only when the track fades out you realise just how truly hypnotically immersive the single was. Ambient electronica doesn’t get much more cinematically accordant than this. While there are plenty of EDM artists putting mixes out there, tracks as rhythmically arrestive and cathartic as Bleu Light are still incredibly few and far between.
You can check out Bleu Light for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Dysphoria isn’t exactly the best feeling in the world. So, it came as no surprise that Goldielocks latest single “Dysphoria” ft. Elva Ray was a fairly pensive aural experience.
Usually, synth-laden EDM hits attempts to force-feed you euphoria, but with Dysphoria, Goldielocks wasn’t unsuccessful in creating a soundscape which accurately reflects the insidious disconcertment which comes along with doses of dysphoria.
Without a hint of shame, I’ll admit that I was choking back the tears by the time Dysphoria reached the outro. The Sydney, Australia-based artist and producer perceptibly has a deft ability utilise rhythmic pulses and ominous electronic effect to relay resonantly captivating melancholy. That may all sound a little bleak, but Dysphoria is still a stunning soundscape – especially with the inclusion of Elva Ray’s harmonically celestial vocals.
You can check out Goldielocks’ latest single Dysphoria for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
Breaking Dubstep artist STATIS has recently released their atmospherically sonic mix “ABDUCTION”. As you can probably guess by the name, there’s plenty of Sci-Fi futurism weaved into the track through inventive sampling. But what you probably won’t be prepared for is the sheer veracity of the relentlessly reverberant bass; prepare your eardrums for a pounding.
ABDUCTION may not be for the faint-hearted, but for anyone who likes their Dubstep filthy and fast, you’re sure to appreciate the caustically mind-blowing mix. And plenty of people have already jumped on the perceptible hype of the US-based artist. It’s evident that STATIS knows just how to structure a captivatingly chaotic track capable of hooking you in right from the very first soul-rattling offering of bass right up to the outro.
You can check out STATIS’ latest single ABDUCTION for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
Up and coming Dance House artist Gold Blooded Woman dropped their latest anthemically danceable track “Blood is Blood” on September 24th sharing with the airwaves an accessibly immersive radio-ready hit.
Even though Blood is Blood has plenty in common with hit 90s dance tracks, the artist didn’t fail to weave plenty of fresh, new, vibrant energy into the mix. There’s a fair amount of Disco Funk infused into the beats, giving Blood is Blood an infectious snappy rhythm which may need a little bit of convincing to leave your synapses alone. Any fans of Daft Punk, The Weeknd, and Deadmau5 will definitely want to put Gold Blooded Woman on their radar.
You can check out the official music video to Gold Blooded Woman’s latest single Blood is Blood for yourselves by heading over to YouTube Now