Atlanta production duo Halogen have been quickly making waves with their summer house remixes of big name songs such as Jack Ü’s “Where Are Ü Now”. Now they’re back taking their feel-good spin on Misterwives’ indie track “Hurricane“. Halogen speeds things up, adding some future basslines and colorful synth melodies. This sounds like the perfect summer dance hit, and has all the qualities set to be played by some big name DJs. Check it out.
India is a country that continues to remain special for Hardwell. Since playing a headline slot at Sunburn to bringing his famed I AM Hardwell world tour concept to Indian cities in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai, the Dutch maestro’s affinity with India has only continued to grow.
On Dec 13, 2015 Hardwell will return to Mumbai, India to host an exclusive launch show that will not only go down in the history books of live entertainment, but more importantly will see him become the ambassador of a new charity project that will provide education for children in India, around the world. Additionally, this launch show will attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for the “World’s Biggest Guest List” with Hardwell opening up his own personal guest list, so fans can attend this ambitious, once-in-a-lifetime affair, for free. As part of this event Hardwell will receive no appearance fee for this show, instead passing earnings for the event to the United We Are Foundation and the United Welfare Trust.
Poised as India’s first ever dance music event on this scale and lined up to make a significant social difference, this new social project will start its roots first in India before taking its steps to other countries around the globe.
All details will be available on the event site: http://foundation.djhardwell.com/.
Illenium hits us with yet another outstanding remix. This time, he puts his own twist on Kill Paris‘ song, “Operate.” The first half of the remix it seems that he was going to keep more of a laid back sound compared to the rest of his remixes, but once the drop hits around 2:50, we hear the Illenium that we have grown to love so much. It seems like this guy can do no wrong with anything he puts out and that he is quickly rising to the top seemingly out of no where. Enjoy some melodic future bass given to you by this talented DJ based out of Dever, CO, and make sure to grab the free download.
If you are a G-Eazy fan, then this is a great day for you. During his show at PowerHouse in LA he decides to give the fans a little new shit. “Random” is another in-your-face rap that G-Eazy lays down, and it kind of matches the tone of his new song “You Got Me.” Maybe those two songs are a hint at what the overall sound of G’s next project will be like. After seeing G-Eazy live twice, this video definitely gets me pumped up because he is a great performer. Check this unreleased track out and enjoy.
G-Eazy releases two amazing tracks via Apple Music called, “Running” and “You Got Me.” “Running” is more of a relaxed track compared to the other. It is track produced by Michael Keenan, where G talks all about growing up in the Bay Area and eventually becoming famous and turning his dreams into a reality. “You Got Me” is a lot more of a hyped track full of G-Eazy’s confident rapping basically about how he is the shit. The production done by Southside is nuts and definitely matches the more in-your-face tone that G-Eazy has in this. It is easy to see that G is on his grind and it is something we love to see and share with you all. Hopefully the run keeps going. Check it out.
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It’s finally here. Godfather of bass Bassnectar has released his 11th album Into The Sun, and I couldn’t be more stoked. After building up hype and releasing songs off the album including “Into The Sun” and the Louis Futon collab “Sideways” I knew that this was going to be a killer album. It seems like a different sound for this worldwide legend, combining many different influences into one cohesive album. Lucky for us he’s released it all as a stream, but you true fans can go pick up a copy through Bassnectar’s web store. Enjoy!
Kendrick Lamar‘s To Pimp A Butterfly has undoubtedly made waves in pools outside the music world. And his newest music video for “Alright” does just this, painting pictures of racial issues and police brutality. The video starts on a dimmer note, adding a new verse before it moves into the album version of the track. Complete with Kdot flying around the streets, this is a great visual interpretation of a killer track. Check it out.
Today, Compton rapper and award winning producer and songwriter Problem debuts his brand new album, “Mollywood 3: The Relapse (A Side).” “Servin,” my personal favorite on the mixtape, radiates some big time mobbing vibes which will have you feeling unstoppable. Play this song at you and your friends banger this weekend and you’ll be sure to receive some praise for a sick song choice. Enjoy.
I am glad to see this song getting some attention because I have been missing Mike Posner. Posner named SeeB‘s remix the official remix of his song, “I Took A Pill In Ibiza.” This is a solid, chill remix to the vocals provided my Mr. Posner. I seemed that at the beginning that the remix was heading in the tropical house direction, but the drop was a pleasant surprise. SeeB’s production compliments the vocals extremely well. I hope to hear more out of Posner soon. Check it out.