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.
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.
Oliver Heldens returns with another signature track through Spinnin’ Records, and he’s calling his the new monster “Bunnydance.” In true Heldens fashion, we get the hollow, future pluck that makes up the melody. And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Heldens track without the fast arpeggiated elements within the melody.
Although similar to “Gecko,” the track brings on a slightly different flare to the table. There may be some fans out there disappointed with this release, but the slight changes Heldens implemented is what brings a refreshing twist to this new release, which will for sure hold people down for now. Regardless, an awesome release from the future house prodigy.
Release Date: May 18, 2015 | Beatport
The New Jersey house duo are back at it again. And, with some of their recent releases, they’ve crossed over to a more future house sound to show the world that they’re versatile producers. It seems as though fans are loving the diversity in their tracks as they continue to pump out these tracks.
“Keep Rockin” was their last “future house” track that they released; and their newest track “Love Me A Little” has the same type of vibes. They definitely have mastered these massive but deep sounding tracks.
Release Date: May 18, 2015
Armada Music’s Rodg is under the spotlight with Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance Episode 711. For this episode, Rodg’s track “Lantau” was given the title as the “Progressive Pick” for the episode.
As you give the track a listen, you can definitely see why Armin chose to highlight this track. From the epic build to the mellow plucks leading to a more room-filling chord progression, an euphoric festival vibe is created. Much like what artists like Eric Prydz does, Rodg sets the mood for a slow, epic build as it completely takes over your ears.
As we near the release of Alesso’s debut artist album “Forever,” the Swedish producer reveals some more tracks. For today’s reveal, we get a preview of “Sweet Escape” featuring the vocals of Sirena. The track was premiered over the weekend on Danny Howard’s BBC Radio 1 show and is now available on SoundCloud as a full stream. “Forever” will be out next week via Def Jam Recordings.
Release Date: May 26, 2015
Earlier this year, Carly Rae Jepsen came out with a cheerful track that would follow up the success of her breakthrough song “Call Me Maybe.” Mike Williams, an 18 year old Dutch producer, adds an interesting twist to this cheerful vibe.
Yes, he’s another producer on the future house bandwagon, and we’re given more of a club track, while still having a lighthearted vibe to the entirety of the track. Enjoy the rest of your weekend and try not to jam out too hard to this one.