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Free Download: Branchez ft. Santell – Dreamer

artworks-000136708009-xxcikx-t500x500Since Santell popped on our radar with Lido we’ve been obsessed with his voice. This time around he’s teamed up with Branchez a delightfully sweet record. Dreamer plays off Santell’s amazing RnB voice with chilled out trap stylings. The record is co-produced by Charlie Klarsfeld.

Release: Nause – The World I Know (Remixes ft. UZ & Stranger)

UZArtHaving caught people’s attention with the 80’s retro feel of the original, Swedish house pairing Nause take their recent hit “The World I Know” and draft in two sets of producers to give their own take it.

Up first is UZ & Stranger, who join forces to turn the track on it its head and turn it into a trap driven beast. Pitching and chopping up the vocals on the intro, it builds and twists into a low slung groove led by hi hats and clap drums. The second remix comes courtesy of Samuraii, who strip everything back for a more mellow offering.
They are out via Universal Sweden – grab them here.

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Release: Wax Motif – True Joy EP

wax-motif“Australian producer Danny Chien aka Wax Motif boasts a unique production style and fresh mixing skills that have kept this rising artist in high demand. His brand new 5-track EP True Joy, dropping in August highlights Wax Motif’s perfected g-house sound (a movement he’s on the forefront of). His original music and remixes have gained support from the likes of Tommy Trash, GTA, A-Trak, Oliver Heldens, Jauz, Diplo and more. Waxy has also worked with big-named artists such as Ty Dolla Sign, YG, Problem, Young Thug, and Warren G (to name a few).” – Mad Decent

Purchase here

Event: Destiny celebrates 22 years with Andy C and Brillz @ Muzik Nightclub | Aug. 14

10340125_10153356249690822_8415842774501879855_nThis Friday August 14th at Muzik Nightclub Destiny Event’s celebrates their 22nd Anniversary with a stacked lineup of world class DJs. They’ve really outdone themselves this year with two stages and two huge headliners. Returning to the decks is Andy C for another four hour extended set and bringing the turn up is Brillz in the Outside Arena. Click after the break to read our full breakdown of the events and enter to win tickets on our Facebook page!

Check out the Facebook event and purchase tickets here

Destiny 22 Year Anniversary – Andy C TrailerRelive some of the best ANDY C moments over the past decade and get ready to dance again with Andy C alongside MC GQ at the Destiny 22 Year Anniversary on August 14, 2015 in Toronto. Video features all original clips of Andy C playing DESTINY Events from 2006 to 2014.Event Info:

Posted by DESTINY Events on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

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Release: HXV – What You Off


Out today and already causing quite a stir is the new single from HXV, released through powerful dance platform Ultra Music. Titled “What You Off”, this impressive bit of trap production is sure to keep turning heads as the summer rolls on.

Using the tough edged, heavy impact vocals of Lil Uzi Vert to set the scene, “What You Off” rolls into action with an addictive, rhythmical beat and memorable melody that keeps you on tenterhooks throughout its duration. This is party music with a good handful of grit.

Purchase: Beatport

Release: Keys N Krates ft. Katy B – Save Me (Original Mix)

Keys-N-Krates“Canadian live electronic three-piece Keys N Krates follow their previous Dim Mak EP, ‘Every Night’ with their first single of 2015 titled “Save Me.” Featuring vocals from UK’s Katy B, the pulsing masterpiece of bouncing beats melds together pitched up vocals with multi-layered percussion.”

Purchase on iTunes

Release: Vigiland – UFO (Remixes ft. Diskord and Lynx)


Out now through Universal Music Sweden is a new set of remixes of Vigiland’s popular “UFO.” UK artists Diskord and Lynx, who have each put their own unique spin on the single, have reworked the hugely catchy single.

Diskord are up first, and renowned for their blistering trap and dubstep hybrids, add in plenty of explosive drums and gnarly sampling. Drum & bass producer Lynx, who recently signed to Hospital Records, moves into jungle-inspired territory with his edit, allowing the original melody to still remain a focal part of the track.

We’re definitely feeling these remixes – if you are too, you can pick them up here.



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Release: Dub Elements – Experiments LP


Seville hailing multi-bass act Dub Elements have been hard at work crafting their new LP, and it’s turned out pretty nicely. Aptly named “Experiments”, the twelve tracks on this LP show plenty of diversity and skilled production techniques, alongside a string of collaborations. There are tracks unsurprisingly spanning a number of genres – whether it’s the frenzied D&B sounds of “Sulphur” and “Yesterday & Always” or the electro-fuelled “Bald Elements”, fans of this duo will certainly be impressed by this offering.

Purchase on Beatport here.

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Thrizzo’s Jersey Club remix of “Latch” is mind-boggling & free

thrizzoOkay, I’m over a month late on this one, but I’ll always go out of my way to support some dope local talent. When Toronto producer Thrizzo previewed this baby maker over social media a few months ago I kinda lost my shit. Never heard of of the dude, but knew I had to keep any eye out for the remix. I swear it’s like Sam Smith and Disclosure made this one for the Jersey Club producers to flipand Thrizzo did just that. Aye. Anyhoo, peep Thrizzo on Soundcloud and show him some love.

He’s helped Flume & What So Not. Is Naderi the next big Aussie dance export?

artworks-000099866342-z1dz4h-t500x500Shaun Naderi shares a studio space with Harley Edward Streten, better known as Flume, and is responsible for helping catapult names like Harley, What So Not and Nicole Millar to international dance music status. Maybe it’s something in the water, but Australia continues to push out some of the most forward thinking and quality electronic music. What I love most about Austalian producers is that they are all doing something so different from the popular trends in North America. Possibly because they are so far from everyone. Melbourne Bounce came through with a fresh sound and then guys like Motez, Anna Lunoe and so many more are pushing some of the best dance music in the World. So, if you’re looking for the next Aussie sensation look no further than Naderi.  He’s just released his first track with his solo project and is really turning some ears. Moving in the direction of Flume’s future bass inspired sound, Naderi’s first release is a free remix of “Coward” by Kilter. A melodic masterpiece that weaves the original vocal with some amazing melodic layering into a trapstyle drop that goes hard, but is beautiful at the same time. Impressed would be an understatement.