Brohug has been making all the right moves lately with fire official remix after fire official remix. This week he adds another one to the resume with a furious future house remix of smash hit “Love Song” by Late Night Alumni and Kaskade – no strangers to house music themselves.
While the original may be mellow and melancholic at times, Brohug’s banging remix is anything but. With sparkling synths and an aggressive future house ass line, the Swedish house producers turns “Love Song” into a true dance floor banger – something I thought I would never say about a Late Night Alumni record.
Stream it below!
In 2012 Ultra started a new concept called Road to Ultra. They wanted to expand their brand even further across the globe and this was a great way to do it as a new festival series. Road to Ultra would be new international festivals similar to their Ultra Worldwide events, and have one stage events while still featuring the most cutting-edge technology in production and stage design.
Just announced was a new series of Asia shows. Ultra will be coming to four cities across Asia in 2017 so if you are a fan in that area be sure not to miss these. Starting in New Delhi India on September 8th, then Taipei City in Taiwan September 10th, Hong Kong on September 16th and Manila in the Philippines on September 15th. As Ultra continues its global journey, be sure to stay up to date with their latest events as they are now everywhere. Keep your eyes open for tickets to these events.
Kill The Noise is about to embark on his massive spring tour, with the debut date set for April 28th in Los Angeles. That being said, it’s only appropriate he drops his annual heavy mix titled “Killuminati Mixtape”. This is the second time this year KTN blesses us with fresh new content, the first being a fire remix of Zomboy’s “Like A Bitch” a few months back.
KTN doesn’t bother easing us into the mix with some pretty future bass type of stuff. Instead, the intro is ominous and eerie with vocals that build into a heavy metal guitar-influenced ID by Kill The Noise, Snails, Sullivan King and Jonah Kay. KTN is a true master behind the decks, effortlessly mixing each track into the next. Some of our favorite songs included in the mix are Moody Good’s remix of Noisa’s “Get Deaded” and WAVEDASH’s “Like That”. The mix is tough, diverse and in your face the whole time – the perfect representation of what embodies the genre dubstep.
This mix is an early indication of how wild his tour will be, so make sure you don’t miss it. Stream “Killuminati Mixtape” below and enjoy!
Kill The Noise – Killuminati Mixtape | Free Download
Ever hammering away in the studio to forge his next masterpiece, John Dahlbäck has come forth his latest creation. ‘Catch Me If You Can’ follows up on previous single ‘Candy’, features songstress Melanie Fontana on vocals and saw its release on Amsterdam-based record label Armada Music.
Offering the right amount of power while filling out dance floors with a sound that has proven to drive clubbers wild, ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is the next evolutionary step in John Dahlbäck’s music. Poised to become the song of the season, this gem is the first single of John Dahlbäck’s upcoming EP and should not escape your grasp.
‘Catch Me If You Can’ continues where John Dahlbäck left off. In 2016, the Swedish DJ and producer launched his artist album ‘Saga’ and saw lead single ‘Raven’ rack up 13 million streams on Spotify alone. In the coming festival season, John Dahlbäck is set to hit major festivals such as Dance Valley and Summerburst. His ever-phenomenal live performances there will surely feature get the crowds roaring, especially when ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is played.
Monstercat’s first AI act Karma Fields continues to push to the fold in exploring the convergence between technology and music as a singular entity.
Earlier last year, Karma Fields released its debut album New Age | Dark Age featuring artists like Talib Kweli, Kerli, and Juliette Lewis. The record neared the top of the global dance charts and catalyzed the artist’s esoteric, dark sound. In correlation with the album, the producer slowly teased out an audio-sensory live show titled ‘The Hex’ that brought to focus a large hexagonal structure that projected in-sync mesmeric visuals. Fields first showed off the concept last fall in Los Angeles, where he revealed his full multi-sensory collaboration with visual artist Raven Kwok.
Taking place April 29th in New York City, Karma Fields will be making its east coast debut with the avant-garde audiovisual venture at Webster Hall for its second-ever appearance. Fans have been teased across the city for the past week with scaling projections in high foot traffic, including the underside of the Manhattan Bridge. In a growing world of musical innovators, ‘The Hex’ prevails as an experimental spectacle worth seeing from this rising artist. Fans can RVSP for the free event here.
Record producer, DJ and music executive Steve Aoki launches his new track “Without U” off his forthcoming album. The latest single, collaboration with DJ/producer duo DVBBS and featuring 2 Chainz, was recorded in early 2016 after Aoki spoke with the Atlanta rapper for years about a potential collab, resulting in a co-produced banger that Tity Boi recorded separately in his studio.
In his continuing quest to bridge genres, Aoki is set to perform at JMBLYA fest on May 5 & 6 alongside Chance the Rapper, Gucci Mane, Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, 6lack and others. This is all coming off of the back of his pop driven single last December, Aoki’s uplifting collab with One Direction member Louis Tomlinson “Just Hold On”, which debuted at #1 in 43 countries and has since achieved Gold or Platinum status in 18 countries. Aoki also earned his second Grammy nomination this past year for the Best Music Film category for his Netflix original documentary I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead, which chronicles his fast-paced life as a DJ/producer by offering a firsthand look into his world. The film debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival last spring to a sold-out audience.
Aoki recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of his legendary imprint Dim Mak, his independent label founded in 1996 encompassing everything from edgy rock to trendsetting electro, celebrating at major festivals around the world and with the release of a special edition compilation album.
The Canadian Electronic Duo DVBBS, made up of brothers Chris Chronicles & Alex Andre, are most famous for their joint international hit with Borgeous titled “Tsunami”. Since “Tsunami” they’ve dropped a string of hits – incl. “La La Land”, “Gold Skies” and the No. 1 breakthrough “Angel” – relentlessly expanding their cultural footprint through platinum sales certifications in nearly a dozen countries. Their latest hit with CMC$ “Not Going Home” featuring Gia Koka has over 60 million streams on Spotify.
Grammy-award winning rapper 2 Chainz hails from College Park, Georgia and came hot on the mainstream scene in 2012 after reinventing himself with top singles from his debut studio album “No Lie,” “Birthday Song,” and “I’m Different”. His recent single “It’s A Vibe” is stacked with features from Ty Dolla $ign, Trey Songz and Jhene Aiko.