Last late year, LO’99 & Marshall F took the deep house scene by storm with “Take Me Back.” The track was a smooth club track with an incredibly infectious bassline. Now, the guys are back with a VIP Mix to the track, and we’re given a darker feel. Seriously, the roaring bassline is pure insanity. The free download will be released this coming Thursday (4/30/2015); but for now, UKF will be providing the stream.
Valentino Khan gives Axwell /\ Ingrosso some extra oomph to their track “On My Way.” Valentino Khan fans will easily be able to identify the high frequency synth that gives most of his tracks that “rave” feeling.
Currently, the remix has been supported by massive names like Alesso, DJ Snake, Martin Solveig, and Axwell & Ingrosso themselves. More “On The Way” remixes coming soon.
This new tune wildly separates itself from previously released bangers such as “Techno” (Ft. Diplo, LNY TNZ & Waka Flocka), as Yellow Claw unveils the first single off their debut album(“Blood For Mercy”) entitled “Run Away”.
The dejection of this track allows us to see the dutch trio in a much more explicit view through the personal undertone, but remains interesting enough to jam out to without getting schmaltzy about it.
While Yellow Claw has been criticized for steering away from their run-on- mill roots within the trap genre, I think it’s bracing to see this group take on a more experimental approach in preparation for the release of their debut album.
Release Date: April 21st, 2015
Mysterious rising producer Absence, who first rose to prominence for his remix of Diplo’s “Revolution,” is back with another stunning remix, this time of “Savages” by Five Knives. Combining absolutely pristine sound design with extremely clean mixing skills, Absence is able to turn the track into a groovy jam that manages to sound huge without relying on an overpowering drop. The two breakdowns feature an infectious guitar riff that brings the record to a next level of funkiness. Enjoy this one above and be on the lookout for more music from this talented, up and coming artist.
Heres a pretty recent track from Nero. I recently found this after discovering Nero’s most recent release “Between || Worlds” which is also a great track and can be found on his Soundcoud. This tune is saccharine and wobby, with a classic Nero feel. Make sure to turn up the bass and get your falsetto ready.
Chicago natives Autograf is back with another remix that highlights the best from the original. In their SoundCloud description, Autograf writes, “Growing up, we were big fans of French House, so here’s our lil twist on that good ole filter house sound!” The main focus and driving for the track is the melody.
Autograf is currently riding high on some recent success including nine Hype Machine number 1’s, millions of plays on SoundCloud, and more. If you want to see them live, you can on their upcoming tour (details below).
UMO’s second single off their upcoming LP Multi-Love, “Can’t Keep Checking My Phone”, advances the disco rock sound that the title track emits. The group continues to experiment with funky bass grooves supplementing Ruban Nielson’s calming high vocals. Their new tracks possess much more texture than their previous albums. More instruments are being used and more up-beat, but complicated beats are being applied. UMO is traveling just about everywhere following the release of Multi-Love due May 26th.