“Molly On My Chest (Benasis Remix)” by Riff Raff, Yung Nation & Crichy Crich

Molly On My Chest

Benasis’ newest release, a remix, is, simply put, an emphatic fusion of trap and hip hop. The track features cyclically repeating vocals that combine with the absolutely disgusting, I say this in the most enthusiastically positive way, heavily-dropping rhythm and beat. Literally right out of the gate, the track features a suspense-building amalgamation of increasingly quick, rap style, vocals and a much lower, in comparison to the tempo further in, beats per minute (BPM). As the track continues, the tempo rises and falls, referencing BPM, in a manner similar to other trap mixes. Additionally, the vocals pick up in speed and intensity, thereby delving into the gloriously diverse world of rap and hip hop.

Overall, this remix is fantastic! It features a nice range of musical styles, vocal patterns, and an impressive tempo. As I listen to the track, I can almost feel the desperate need to rave clawing away inside my brain, just begging me to start pounding my fist like a crazed animal, begging to be released from the cage of ennui. Well done Benasis!

Release Date: May 20th, 2015 

“Overflowing” by Michael Woods

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As an artist constantly trying to separate himself from the pack, Michael Woods has successfully done just that since he began his career during the early 2000s. Now, with a residency at LiFE at the SLS in Las Vegas and multiple hit releases, there’s much more for him to live up to.

Woods, apparent from releases like “Overflowing,” seems to have no problem with this at all. With an energetic vibe mixed in with some grittiness, there’s almost a disco-y flare to this powerful track. Definitely a perfect track for a club set.

Release Date: May 18, 2015 | Beatport

Tiësto Drops “CLUBLIFE VOL 4 – New York City” as an Unexpected Release

This past weekend on May 18th, Tiësto announced the surprise release of the fourth installment in his CLUBLIFE series inspired by New York City – A place that has been instrumental in the development of dance music culture as we know it.

“I launched my Clublife series with the idea of creating a mix album inspired by cities that love dance music,” Tiësto said in a statement. “The series started with Las Vegas, the home of my Hakkasan residency, and then followed with volumes inspired by Miami and Stockholm. Now, it’s time to show respect to the city that never sleeps – New York”.

Click here to watch the official announcement!
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“TV Set” by Spoon


Following their  triumphant LP They Want My Soul it sounds as if Spoon is continuing with the ambient vibe. This time they incorporate a spooky factor in their cover of The Cramps’ “TV Set” for the reboot of the 1982 horror flick Poltergeist. Their cover is merely identical to the original, only Spoon plays with the noise more which overpowers the signal giving their version its even eerier feel.

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“Good Intentions” by The Chainsmokers ft. Bullysongs

The-Chainsmokers-Good-Intentions-2015-1400x1400“Good Intentions” is a quality indie-synth pop feel good track, that according to The Chainsmokers is “dedicated to every screw – up that set out with the best intentions”.

While this can insinuate many different scenarios, it’s quite clear that The Chainsmokers are ready to let their talent shine as they continue to release original content that’s committed to being more than just reckless party music. They’re here to march on as one of the most proficient duo’s in the business.

Grab your copy of “Good Intentions” on iTunes.

Release Date: May 19th, 2015

“Bitch Better Have My Money (Flosstradamus Remix)” by Rihanna

It’s all just a matter of “who did it best ? ” as remixes of RiRi’s hit single continue to take over the internet. While some fans may feel that this track is overplayed, Chicago-based duo Flosstradamus put their name in the running with their rendition of “BBHMM” by reworking Rihanna’s anthem into another banger, characterized by the blistering drops which can be felt across the far reaches of  HYDNATION. Don’t act like you forgot.
Release Date: May 18th, 2014