New York based producer Razz is back at it with another brand new track, the release is called “Used To”. This single helps you travel back to a time in your life where things were just simpler, free of all the stresses of school, jobs, and complex relationships. Razz had the idea for this song when thinking towards his future, specifically the direction he wants to take his musical career, and this ultimately left him feeling nostalgic about all that has been through up until this point. I have been extremely impressed with the last two single releases from Razz, and am very excited to hear what he has in store next!
On Tuesday at their usual time of 10:10 PM (EST) the guy’s of Timeflies released something special for fans, a little treat to hold them over as they patiently await all the new music being cooked up in the studio. The Timeflies Tuesday gift came in the form of the official music video for Cal and Rez’s latest single “Gravity”, which was released back in November on their label Forty8Fifty Music Group. The video has a very chill, very much like the song, and is actually pretty funny as you watch some of the unlikely connections being made by the characters throughout it. Make sure you go check out the music video below, and while you’re at it click the link to hear Cal hop on the bridge of Jake Miller’s song “Living Room“! [Read more…]
For Axwell & Ingrosso the city of New York City has a rich history. It was the home of Swedish House Mafia’s first United States arena show at Madison Square Garden, while also hosting 3 of the stops on their ‘One Last Tour’ farewell stops. When that era came to a close we expected each artist to go their separate ways, but with the guidance of longtime manager Amy Thompson a new project was born. Axwell & Ingrosso would join forces for a new venture, with their debut happening in NYC on the final night of Governors Ball music festival in 2014. [Read more…]
Saturday, February 25th: Toronto went to church.
Mercer opened up Tchami’s highly anticipated Prophecy Tour by flooding The Danforth Music Hall with heavy bass house, and future house. Red lights engulfed the dance floor, and before Tchami had even come on everybody was dancing, shuffling, raving, and – for lack of a better word – going wild. Despite being a smaller venue, this was one of the most hyped shows Toronto has had this year. [Read more…]
To say that I was disappointed when Tchami’s anticipated Pardon My French Tour didn’t make its way to Canada is a drastic understatement – I was mortified, as were thousands of other Canadian future house fans, who don’t exactly have the option of travelling to Chicago, or Detroit with ease. [Read more…]
It has been a while since we have received new music from the NYC indie-pop band MisterWives. The last release was the bands popular cover of “Same Drugs” by Chance The Rapper, which had accumulated around 200,000 streams on YouTube. MisterWives has grinding away in the studio for the past year working on new music. [Read more…]
Who is Yuppycult? Well after being featured as part of this weeks ‘New Music Friday’ playlist on Spotify, plenty of people are asking that very question. Although we don’t have many answers to that question, we do know that Yuppycult is a producer that just yesterday released a debut single called “Girls Like”, featuring singer and songwriter Sizzy Rocket. This song is seriously addicting, with its strong vocals and bouncy cord progressions it just makes you want to play it over and over. Hopefully with each release we will be able to learn a little bit more about the true identity of this talented producer who goes by the name Yuppycult!