“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

“Ocean Floors” by Headphone Activist


Unbelievable. That’s the word that popped into my mind when I first heard Headphone Activist’s newest release, Ocean Floors. The track, immediately, opens up with a soft and emotionally-calming melody. As I continued listening, my mind, it felt like, slowly melted into an almost trance-like state. My heart slowed, my fidgeting halted, and all focus that I could possibly muster up, was now entirely centered on the music.

Throughout the track, there is little deviation from the same, seemingly standardized, tone; albeit, there are additions to the rhythm that add a layer or two of complexity. Regardless of its outright simplicity, the track does exactly what it’s supposed to do. That is, completely alter whatever vibe was previously present in a room, and transform into a meditative and relaxed atmosphere. Overall, the track manages to include some serious alterations to the usually heavy snaring and hip-hop based beats, however, it remains similar in its emphasis on repetitiveness and hardstyle sampling.

Release Date: May 12th, 2015

“Untouchable” by Tritonal & Cash Cash

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Two of the leading dance music acts, Tritonal and Cash Cash, have come together for an unreal anthem entitled “Untouchable.” Tritonal and Cash Cash have respectively dominated the progressive house scene and are both known for incredible dance music anthems. So, there was definitely no question that a collaboration had to happen.

With both styles coming together as one, we get a unique blend of both acts. From Tritonal, there’s more of an emphasis on an anthemic melody. Of course, this could also be coming from Cash Cash’s end. One thing’s for certain. And, that’s the lead synth used on the melody. The stand-out sounds are definitely characteristic of Cash Cash and their past work. Regardless of who did what, the combination of the two talents resulted in an amazing anthem.

Release Date: May 18, 2015 | Beatport

Album: “Multi-Love” by Unknown Mortal Orchestra


I’m beyond excited to share this one. Unknown Mortal Orchestra has shared their new baby to the world via NPR and The Gaurdian. The new LP is everything and more then we expected. It follows the groovy nature that made us fall in love with UMO while adding electronic synth. With this one it’s transparent that the basslines and the keyboard the most highlighted instruments. And like always we hear the unrivaled tone Ruban Nielson’s voice radiates. Take a listen at the link below.

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“Toca” by Carnage ft. Timmy Trumpet & KSHMR

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PAPI. GORDO. Carnage has just dropped yet another single off his upcoming album, which is shaping up to be jam packed with festival shakers. His latest release, Toca with features from Timmy Trumpet and KSHMR, provides a healthy dose of Melbourne Bounce with a side of festival flare. Judging from the singles released so far, including Bricks, WDYW, and I Like Tuh, Carnage knows how to keep his fans satisfied. Carnage has lately been producing tracks of more rap nature, with Bricks featuring Migos and I Like Tuh with ILoveMakonnen, but has clearly reinforced his ability to pump out dance music.