Sold out means sold out. [Read more…]
Future House fans have been waiting their entire lives for this one. [Read more…]
I don’t think Rezz wore her iconic glasses the last time she performed on a tour in Toronto; that goes to show you how much can change in a year. She’s grown her unique style of music from the ground up, and with that has gained a massive following, and a stage presence that rivals some of the most world’s most popular DJ’s. [Read more…]
Having released top-tier remixes for artists such as Galantis & Don Diablo, Ben Zamora has been keeping up.
Due largely in part to the vocals by Steph Jones, “Keep up” has plenty of pop appeal that Ben Zamora turns upside down by infusing his own flavor of future house while maintaining the integrity of the original.
San Holo has created his own record imprint called ‘Bitbird’, and with the release of “Still Looking,” the track becomes an incredible debut for the artist’s newly established project. It’s an upbeat, summer-vibe EDM song, with all the qualities of a quintessential, genre-breaking hit. Featuring a complete change in sound midway through, much the way J Cole’s “G.O.M.D” brought itself attention, “Still Looking” serves as our little slice of original heaven, with something for everyone. [Read more…]
The beauty of future house is that it’s an untouched genre. Only now are we beginning to see massive names emerging from the ghostly, unnoticed section of electronic music. Mainstream fans are experiencing this alternative, difficult sound for the first time; with the help of Tchami, his revolutionary label Confession, and all of his artists (including MALAA), future house is brought into the mainstream limelight. The beauty is that it’s an untouched genre, and future house producers are able to change the game in anyway they please. Each innovation in sound is considered vastly original, because the singled out sound in itself is original in all of its glory. [Read more…]
Too fat…Jakarta-based producer Bleu Clair has brought some heavy bass to his newest track “The Tastemaker.” To start off, the track gets some hip-hop-styled vocals to add some pace to the track. Once the dubstep-influenced bass comes into play, things shift into gear. Honestly, my favorite element of the track has to be the low key melody that plays out during the bridge section. Regardless of the mellow parts, the track is a real head banger for sure.