Ibiza party staple Circoloco teams up with New York’s underground leader Teksupport for the return of its annual Halloween bash. Taking place on October 26, the party will be hosted in a new warehouse within Brooklyn’s Navy Yard complex.
The soirée will feature performances by Seth Troxler, Honey Dijon, &Me b2b Rampa, William Djoko, Bambounou and Jasper James.
Rising from its humble roots as a Monday afterhours at DC10, Circoloco is now a name well-known to techno and house fans from around the globe.
Today, JOYRYDE released the second single from his forthcoming album, “BRAVE,” on HARD Recs. The artist released the high-energy dub track, “I’M GONE” last month and the new single, titled “YUCK,” features rapper GOLD is just as much of a banger.
Chicago rapper GOLD comes in on the track with fiery verses to compliment the bass-heavy foundation built by JOYRYDE. The lyrics already carry so much meaning and emotion, but the mastery of JOYRYDE’s production elevates the track to another level of genius. JOYRYDE really layers on the filth for this one but does so in a tasteful way that doesn’t overpower the lyrics. As the song progresses, it only gets harder, faster, and more intense. JOYRYDE leaves us hanging with an atypical crescendo-style ending, which makes us excited the upcoming album! Give it a listen.
In the midst of Los Angeles’ endlessly buzzing music scene, Good Society gathers the culture for artists to strut their lesser known mastery. From exclusive track releases to shows with live performances it’s all brought together by one guy trying to makes waves in the local scene.
“I want to create a space in the Hip Hop & Electronic scene where the impact and originality of an artist’s music is as important as what’s being popularized on the radio. Good Society aims to push the underground and challenge listeners to discover more about themselves.”
– Josh Yamini, Founder
Amongst multiple listening parties and their first public show, “On a Good Note” they are now following through with “Beneath Waves” an underground concert for charity. In collaboration with DoLA, they are featuring a double headliner show with the well recognized chromonicci. and Chillhop Records’ beatsmith Sofasound. Amongst many other talented artists this show will be a themed and well curated underground Hip Hop/ Electronic show that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to check out some music by the artists below and RSVP to the show here!
Grammy Nominated DJ and Producer Matte Lange’s eagerly awaited EP via deadmau5’s mau5trap is set to release March 13th. For those struggling to wait, the first single and title track “Space Between” (feat Deniz Reno) is now available as a taste of the project.
Fans expecting the mysterious glitchy post modular sounds Lange is known for, will find his new single sounds a bit different. Lange utilizes silkier more comprehensible sounds while sustaining a suspenseful soundscape. Deniz Reno compliments Matt Lange’s production offering a beautiful and ethereal pop sensibility that married elegantly with Matt’s blend of synths, machines, and cello.
Fans can expect the EP to echo the track, as Lange explores a sonic aesthetic that combines outboard and modular synths with acoustic instrumentation as well as features from two of his favorite Singers. In similar fashion, “Space Between” exemplifies such an electric ethereal experience that only Lange could conjure.
Australian Duo Midnight Pool Party has just released another single from their upcoming ‘MOTIONS’ EP. The disco-house single, “Slow Down” sets an exciting tone for their upcoming EP and comes shortly after their November release of their “Stand a Chance” tune.
The production of ‘Slow Down,’ came naturally and easily for the duo. The funky and alluring groove was made at a time when Darren Morilla was working things out with an ex and wanted to take things slow. Morilla began writing the hook and the demo one night after a few glasses of wine and the whole thing was completed shortly after Oliver Dela Cruz jumped on it.
Check out ‘Slow Down,’ which is now available everywhere including Spotify and Apple Music and be on the lookout for Midnight Pool Party’s ‘MOTIONS’ ep that will be coming very soon.
Prime Social Group announced the lineup for its 17th installment of their hip-hop and electronic music fueled#Fest (pronounced Numbers Fest), taking place on April 13, 2019, in Athens, Ohio.
Headlined by Atlanta-based power-duo Rae Sremmund of ‘Black Beatles’ fame, #Fest is packed with some of Hip-Hops biggest power players like Atlanta’s Rich the Kid and 23-year-old rapper Kid Quill, as well as EDM greats like Jersey Shore’s one-and-only Pauly D, L.A. based DJ duo Boombox Cartel and Canadian producer Shaun Frank.
The location also homes Ohio University – celebrated as one of America’s top party schools – adding nothing but fuel to the party atmosphere. Hosted at The Venue Of Athens, home to #Fest since 2011, will continue hosting the 17th edition of the festival.
While #Fest is open to 18+, #Fest BYOB passes will be available for those 21+. And because of the massive location and unique openness, camping will be offered the day prior to the event as an added feature.
Check out the full lineup below. Tickets are available now HERE.
Desert Hearts Records has released a new EP that is guaranteed to keep us dancing well into the New Year. Suprised? Neither are we. With Matt Tolfrey and Lee Curtiss to thank, The EP, aptly named For Your Mind, maintains the staple Desert Hearts house beat we know and love. Who Said That, the EP opener, serves steady percussion and inlays of soft vocals and differing samples throughout. The EP finisher is a bubbly house track and mimics the style of vocals present in the opener. A classic Desert Hearts release, For Your Mind is the perfect reminder for why we love house music.
Both Curtiss and Tolfrey are heavy hitters when it comes to experience. Curtiss is known for his ability to add diversity from different eras into his tracks, while Tolfrey’s success as a DJ has led him to be the owner of his own label, Leftroom. Both artists has a knack for enticing us to the dance floor, and this collaboration will find us hard-pressed to ever leave.
Today, Brasstracks, dropped the final installment of their newest 6-track EP, ‘For Those Who Know Pt. II.’
The EP features collaborations with Robert Glasper, Xavier Omär, Thirdstory, S’natra and vocal support from Abbey “YEBBA” Smith.” This is the third project that Brasstracks have released in their blossoming career, following up ‘For Those Who Know Part I’ and their first headlining tour last year.
Brasstracks’s blend of hip hop production and danceable R&B, provides an authentic take on trap music with unique horn instrumentation and soulful vocal hooks. The newest project follows their journey over the years and introduces singles such as “Stay There feat. Xavier Omär,” and ‘Too Far Too Fast feat. Thirdstory.”
In September, Brasstracks will start their ‘For Those Who Missed it‘ tour, and stop at seven locations on the west coast finishing at Life is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas.
Critically acclaimed producer and DJ, KSHMR, just released the freshest installment in his sample pack series, “Sounds of KSHMR Vol. 3.”
The pack contains over 4500 unique and high-quality sounds ranging from world instruments, various sound FX, to punchy drums. KSHMR’s exclusive release on the subscription-based site known as Splice, accompanies his popular Volumes 1 & 2, which were some of the most downloaded packs ever released on the platform.
Splice is used by 1.4 million users, which allows producers to download samples, presets, plugins, and share projects for collaboration over the internet.
Wuki has unveiled a brand new reprise of his song, ‘She Got Some’ feat. Jay Davi, reworking one of his most beloved tracks to date. The reprised version of ‘She Got Some’ is the latest release on Wuki’s new label, Wukileaks, and just the second release from the label’s debut project, Wukipedia Vol. 1, following up ‘Chop It’ feat. Bri Berlay.
‘She Got Some’ is an upbeat booty-house tune that will ratched up the energy on just about any dancefloor. Wuki previously released the song a couple years ago, but has now unleashed a brand new rework that enhances the sonic qualities that made Wuki’s loyal legion of followers fall in love with the track in the first place. The reprised version of ‘She Got Some’ takes on an even more trap-infused direction, with a filthy brass drop that should have booties shaking even harder than the original.
Stream Wuki’s reprise of ‘She Got Some’ feat. Jay Davi below: