May 25th, 2016
Bassheads, are you ready for this? Vancouver based dubstep producer, SakkieFTW, dropped a bangin’ new EP that we’re thinking you have to throw onto some of your festival pre-game playlists. Experiment 1.3.2 is an explosive “Spiral” of heavy dubstep with a mix of drum and bass.
Similar sounding to Excision, Figure, Zomboy and others, the electronic music visionary has been practicing his art of producing for quite some time, and it shows in the work he has put together for this EP. To go hand-in-hand with the release of Experiment 1.3.2, SakkieFTW dropped two music videos that are a form of true art. The journey through “Spiral” and “Experiment 1.3.2” is unique and captivating, that it can only be explained by watching for yourself. Get lost in the brilliant and bass-heavy mind of SakkieFTW. (more…)
May 23rd, 2016
Debuted by Ilan Bluestone at the sold out ABGT150 celebrations in Sydney’s All Phones arena, “Shake The Air” sees Ilan Bluestone and Maor Levi team up with Jeza for a high energy vocal hit. An uncompromising electro tinged affair, “Shake The Air” combines Ilan’s rich chords and Maor’s rich low end for an exhilarating main stage ride.
Completing the recently released remix package is a new member of the Anjuna family, EPIC Artist MGMT and San Jose’s own Daun Giventi. Having impressed with the likes of “Sutra” and “Perpetual Motion” in recent months, Daun applies his head down approach to “Shake The Air” for a thunderous rolling rework.
AUTHOR CREDIT: AMANDA COWAN
May 19th, 2016
A big fan of Rudimental, Aphex Twins and some Calvin Harris here and there? You’re in for a treat. We have new music from upcoming electro-house band, The AfterAffects, which is sure not to disappoint.
The AfterAffects, reigning from Scotland, just dropped their newest EP yesterday titled RushHour. The four-track release includes some funky sounding tunes mixed with the electro-house sounds we all know and love. Throw in some soulful vocals, and you’ve got something your ears will be delighted to hear. (more…)
May 19th, 2016
Thursday, May 12th, 2016 was the night I fell in love with house music.
Electronic music is so diverse it is impossible to like it all. You have artists, genres and songs that you love and hate, and not everything you listen to will be your favorite. For me, house music was never my cup of tea. For whatever reason, it never did it for me… That is until Carl Cox completely changed my mind.
Some performances go together like peanut butter and jelly: Daft Punk at Coachella, Bassnectar at Red Rocks, Carl Cox at Fabric Nightclub. All the stars aligned on a warm Thursday in London as Carl Cox was slated to play an extended 4 hour classics set for a capacity crowd at the legendary venue. Fabric is regarded as one of the best nightclubs not only in Europe, but the entire world, and the atmosphere was absolutely electric as the night geared up for the man who has been spinning and producing for the better part of three decades. (more…)