Preview Dillon Francis and Kygo’s Brand New Collaboration

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Earlier in September, Dillon Francis teased fans with the announcement of a collaboration with tropical house producer, Kygo. Short clips of the track have been released through Dillon Francis’ Instagram. Since then, fans have been looking for more pieces to the puzzle.

Currently, Kygo is on tour, and the other day, a fan snagged footage of the collaboration. The track will be on Kygo’s debut album, set to release in 2015.

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“You Make Me” by Feki

You know those roller-coasters that go through a tunnel and you think ‘this doesn’t look too crazy’ only to be dropped from 4 stories 30 seconds later? This track is something like that.

It begins with a simple progression of synth bloops, orchestral sounds, soothing vocals, all over ambient water sloshes. But that vibe transforms entirely at the one-minute mark. What began as a smooth ride into a melodic tunnel morphs into a full speed charge at gritty experimental dance music. Check out Feki as he trail-blazes his way onto the Australian EDM scene.

Grab this track for free along with some samplings from Feki‘s labelmates on Stoney Roads.

Event: Jack Ü New Years Eve (Ft. A$AP Ferg, Rudimental, and Yellow Claw) @ Madison Square Garden, NYC (12/31)


Get ready for one of the craziest New Years Eve celebrations New York City has ever seen! Jack Ü the super duo comprised of Skrillex and Diplo are taking over the worlds most famous arena Madison Square Garden, and they are throwing a party that is sure to be one for the record books. The artists that will be in the house to support Jack Ü include the likes of A$AP Ferg, Rudimental, and Yellow Claw. Needless to say things are going to get pretty wild! You can be sure that Skrillex and Diplo have a few surprises up their sleeves for the big night. I wouldn’t be shocked if one of the surprises was a live performance of “Take Ü There” featuring Kiesza, since she is headlining her own show that very same night right down the road at Webster Hall.

MSG has seen some pretty incredible dance music shows over the course of 2014, boasting some insane visual productions. It should be interesting to see what the combined efforts of OWSLA and Mad Decent can come up with to blow all the previous shows out of the water, this will be no easy feat. Knowing what perfectionists both Jack Ü members are, you can pretty much guarantee that your New Years Eve in NYC will be nothing short of spectacular and well worth your money!


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“These Days (Syn Cole Remix)” by Take That

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Syn Cole is out with another feel-good remix. Lately, Syn Cole has been crushing his releases with his infectious melodies. With an aggressive bass driving in the background of the track, Syn Cole’s lead synth gets an extra boost of energy. Again, another amazing creation by Syn Cole.

“One More (ELOQ Remix)” by Elliphant ft. MØ

one more elliphant mo pumpthebeat.comAfter teaming up with Skrillex for a track and accompanying remix EP “Only Getting Younger”, the Swedish artist Elliphant released a minimal beat with accompanying vocals from the Danish singer – entitled “One More”. Well this song hopped across the Øresund Bridge where ELOQ got his hands on it. He kept the original in tact while throwing some ambient sounds on top. ELOQ adds the perfect amount of groove to take this Danish track and evolves it into a smooth Scandinavian Future Bass tune.

Definitely check out the dark, seductive video for the original track below.

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Video: “DnF” (eSenTRIK Remix) by P Reign ft. Drake & Future

To my personal dismay, Trapstep Network continues to be one of the hidden gems of the internet. Whenever on the prowl for a fresh remix, they have yet to let me down, and I know they won’t start any time soon. In fact, just a few days ago, they released eSenTRIK’s take on “DnF”. As far as my personal opinion goes, to get “Dnf” is a recipe for impending complications. Whatever. Either way, eSenTRIK kills it with this remix, with the possibility of warming up those who weren’t too fond of the original to begin with. I wouldn’t by-pass this track.
Release Date: December 11th, 2014