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Release: HXV – What You Off

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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)

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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

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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.

Free Download: Dillon Francis – Drunk All The Time (The Rebirth)

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Dillon Francis has been killing recently on his ‘Money Sucks, Friends Rule’ tour. With his album topping the charts, Dillon gives back to the fans that got him there by rebirthing his track “Drunk All The Time” and releasing it as a free download on Mad Decent Recordings. Grab it from Soundcloud below!

Yellow Claw & Skrillex team up for a monster bass collab

Skrillex and Yellow ClawThe only word I have for this is “dayyyyyyyummmmmmmm”. EDC Orlando just passed us by and that means tons of new tunes were released onto the World. One of the biggest tracks of the weekend came from Yellow Claw’s set where they debuted a monster Skrillex collab.  It’s a beautiful fusion of styles from Yellow Claws high-tempo blend of hardstyle and trap with Skrillex’s energy packed sound. This 150bpm tracks goes hard in the paint. News of the collab surfaced two months ago when the trio posted a studio session with Sonny on their Instagram. No word on a track name or release date yet.

Free Download : Kennedy Jones – The Art Of Love

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Over the past few years LA based producer Kennedy Jones has managed to become one of the most unique sounding artists in the Trap and Bass scene, he proves this with his latest single which strays from his usual style. Coming off his latest releases on Buygore & Firepower he is releasing “The Art Of Love ” as a free download! Grab it below from Soundcloud.

Free Download: Mayer Hawthorne – Crime (NYMZ Remix)

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Do you know NYMZ? He’s half of the huge trap duo Milo & Otis and when they aren’t smashing stages together, they each have their own established solo careers. NYMZ’s latest remix is of Mayer Hawthorne’s “Crime” and it’ll get your speakers vibrating. Peep the tune below and grab the free download from Soundcloud!

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