Just a reminder as you start heading back to school with the conclusion of summer 2016 to keep being yourself. Whether you’re going off to college or starting another year in grade school, remember people will love you for who you are so don’t be afraid to open up. Also, this song is freaking dope.
Following up to his collaborative hit single with NGHTMRE entitled “Need U”, Dillon is back with a remix for “No Money” by Swedish powerhouse, Galantis. The dance-pop duo explain how this track came together in various cities around the world:
For the 75th anniversary of M&M’s, the company asked Aloe Blacc and Zedd to remix the classic 1972 hit “The Candy Man”. First and foremost, M&M’s are the best chocolate candy out there, that’s just fact. With that said, for their 75th anniversary they felt as though they needed something as sweet as the candy itself. They only went and asked two kings in their respective fields–Zedd as a DJ and Aloe Blacc with his vocals–to collab on this classic and make it something truly special. Also, something tells me Zedd should do more trap…
Happy 75th M&M’s.
More often than not, especially recently, its not the Superstars who I’m most impressed with. Instead, I fall in love with the unpredictable – the indescribable – the completely original, untouched aesthetics of the rookies. A few years back I watched as Black Tiger Sex Machine rose to fame, starting as all unknown producers do, garnering small amounts of views, and growing a tiny but loyal fan base. They now tour the world. They now dominate every sector of electronic music. They now control an entire music label, to which some of the most unique, and popular producers are emerging from. Fame, especially at such a young stage, continually rises. I watch now, intently and hopeful as Kicks N Licks rise into the spotlight, putting out release after release, each song densely and incredibly original, as well as nearly perfected. [Read more…]
Philly native 5 & A Dime has a treat to brighten up your Tuesday! It is his brand new remix of “Propaganda” by DJ Snake. The first time I heard this original track it instantly had me thinking of 5 & A Dime, and the unique style that he has developed over the past few years. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if DJ Snake drew some creative influence from 5 & A Dime, especially after the superstar dropped “Pipes” at almost every major festival worldwide in 2015. [Read more…]