Kiesza has got to be one of the best creative dancers out there. She recently played a show at Santos Party House in NYC, and while I didn’t attend, I am sure it was a full-blown dance fest. You don’t see this type of stuff very often, and she is clearly very open and comfortable with her talents…awesome. Calgary born and raised, and at a ripe young age of 25, she has been rising the ranks with her music, her dance, and her personality. Hats off to Kiesza and check out this video for her track hideaway which was released earlier this year.
Valentino Khan, one of OWSLA’s up-and-coming artists, is out with a bran new EP. An interesting approach to have yourself as the main focal point of the EP, but I guess it is Valentino Khan’s music.
Aside from the album cover, the internal workings of this EP are fairly diverse and interesting. Valentino Khan elaborates more on his choices on the EP with this statement:
I want to give you guys something completely fresh and new with this entire release. It was important for me express my versatility as a producer as well as make something that would stand out musically.
Read our track by track review, after the jump!
Release Date: July 22, 2014 | iTunes
Well, Oliver are one of my favorite production duos, and I have yet to see them live. Getting rained out at The Hudson Project shot down my chances of seeing their late night set which would have been surreal. Anyhow, my time will come soon. They have that cool ass disco vibe with a modern electro twist that seems to hit just the right party mood. With hands in the air, shuffling feet, and groovin n movin hips, the crowd bust just start boiling. They know how to throw a party! While being a few months old, this right here collabo with Alex Metric is a perfect example of the vibe they go for. Man…
The song that has taken over the radio has not gotten the progressive house treatment. Misha K is out with a brand new remix for “Problem.”
The build starts off with a filtered kick. Not too intense, but you know that a melodic progression will come anytime soon. Any fan of the original track will love this as the bridge from your headphones to the clubs is finally bridged. Grab the free download below on the SoundCloud player.
Zomboy is back at it again and is preparing to release his upcoming album, “The Outbreak.” In his newest track “Delirium,” Zomboy switches up his style but keeps the sounds that his fans grew to know and love.
Instead of the usual dubstep format, he goes in the direction of electro house. Again, like with most changes, fans are not too sure about the move. I, for one, think it’s an awesome way to branch out, as I’ve mentioned multiple times before. The complex cuts and layering he uses flows amazingly with the vocals provided by Rykka. Can’t wait for more Zomboy releases.
August 4, 2014 | iTunes
Amtrac has been absolutely crushing the deep house game over the past couple of years, quietly putting together a formidable portfolio of polished, grooving originals and remixes that are truly distinctive to his sound. Pretty much everything I’ve heard from him has been a top tier late night jam, and this new remix of Tough Love’s record “Dreams” is no different. As always with Amtrac, it’s a dancefloor ready jam filled with funky vocal chops and vintage bassy deep house breakdowns. Listen above and support the artists by buying this one on Beatport.
808 Conglomerate… yea I guess that sounds a tiny bit like the name of a dope Trap producer. So a bit over a week ago, Jay posted the video for RL Grime’s crazy latest single, Core. The video makes you feel like you’re playing some next-gen FPS and fits the original song perfectly – so don’t miss out on that.
The 808 Conglomerate, a duo out of London, is made up of two previous producers, Litek and Batu. Together they make some pretty low synth-bass. This week they have joined Zagor, another London producer not unfamiliar to the 808 fam, to add some tweaks to RL Grime‘s single that crank this track to the next notch when it comes to deep bass.