The hype is continuing to build for Timeflies highly anticipated 2nd album “Just For Fun”, with just over 2 months before the release fans are starting to get excited. The proof of that came with the huge crowds who showed up to NYC’s Time Square last week for the “Worse Things Than Love” music video premier. Today Cal & Rez decided to release a second single off the LP “Just For Fun”, the single is called “Undress Rehearsal”. [Read more…]
Last year was back to back mayhem for Botnek; shredding charts with their Beatport #1 remix of “#SELFIE,” followed by their heavy-hitting collaboration “Vikings” with 3LAU which received massive support from Jack U, Zedd, Tiesto and Sander Van Doorn to name a few.
That being said, Botnek returns to Dim Mak with a peak-hour hit which features the multi platinum Australian singer Ilan Kidron aka Go Comet! Ilan’s vocals synergize perfectly with the electro synths at work, turning Botnek’s latest enterprise into a slammer. For our sake, I hope there’s more where that came from.
You can purchase your copy of “Tremors” on Beatport.
Botnek North American Tour Dates:
8/21: Avalon – Los Angeles, CA
9/5 – 9/6: Made In America Festival – Philadelphia, PA
9/5 – 9/6: Sun City Music Festival – El Paso, TX
Release Date: July 15th, 2015
Flosstradamus, GTA, and Lil Jon have all teamed up to bring trap to a whole new level. With ear-piercing synths constantly in your face, you’re given no choice but to throw up those trap arms.
“Prison Riot” is their newest collaboration, and with trap lords Flosstradamus and GTA taking the lead on the production, there’s very little room for failure. To top things off, Lil Jon, an artist who’s constantly sampled in dance music, queues the drop. Without further adieu, here’s what a “Prison Riot” looks like.
Teaming up with the mastermind behind “JAMMU” is the Toronto based duo Dzeko & Torres. This big time collaboration brings us a big room sound which will soon prompt an ever bigger response from the fan bases of both artists.
“Imaginate” is a progressive anthem that encapsulates the styles of both KSHMR and Dzeko & Torres. It’s upbeat and liberating. An instant success.
This release might just be enough to get fans thinking twice before casting their votes in the DJ Mag Top 100 competition.
Accompanying the release is a free download courtesy of Spinnin’ Records.
Release Date: July 28th, 2015
Departing from his go-to dabble in future house, the iconic DJ returns with a progressive powerhouse soundscape.
Disclosure and Sam Smith are back at it. After killing it with Latch, they’ve teamed up once again and put out a new single, Omen. Omen is straight fire and is the latest single off of Disclosure’s upcoming album, Caracal. This song features Disclosure’s distinctive beat and tempo alongside Smith’s majestic voice. It’s got that 70s style sound filtered throughout mixed with a pop-house rhythm. In just one day, the music video reached over two million views on YouTube. This single certainly sets the tone for Caracal. The album is available for pre-order on iTunes and will be released on September 25th, 2015.
Don Diablo showing us why he truly is the don of future house by hitting us with an absolute banger yesterday. Personally, I have had this song on replay ever since hearing it for the first time. It just makes the listener want to get up and move.
Currently on a European tour, Diablo isn’t around The States much, however, if you happen to be around the New York area on September 4th, Don Diablo will be making an appearance at Electric Zoo that you surely will not want to miss. If you are closer to the DC area, no fear, the Don will be playing a show there too on September 18th alongside house music producer Tchami.
Bottom line: You have to see this guy live.