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Roska makes a Wave

Resident Advisor - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 4:30pm
The UK producer will return to his self-styled imprint with a new EP next month.

Travi$ Scott – Upper Echelon (LEViTATE Remix) [Free Trap Download]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 4:27pm
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If you’re looking for those grimy beats that are shaved straight from the sidewalk, look no further than Atlanta’s Block Society. The label/management/promo group has been on top of their local scene for some time now and have been some of the best cats out there bringing the underground 808s to the limelight. In anticipation of his GODSTATUS 2 EP, LEViTATE has released an explosive remix of Travi$ Scott‘s “Upper Eachelon” through the Block Society. The Seattle producer took the already huge beat and tossed it up with pitched glitch edits and rhythmic arpeggios that keep the track floating over powerful synths and knocking kicks. This one should get you salivating for the new EP so cop it now and hit LEViTATE up on his socials.

soundcloud.com/levitatemusic | facebook.com/djlevitatemusic | twitter.com/LEViTATE_music

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Source: Travi$ Scott – Upper Echelon (LEViTATE Remix) [Free Trap Download]

Eliminate – Karate Kid Feat. Armanni Reign (Original Mix) [Play Me Records]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:56pm
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You probably think of an old film when you think “Karate Kid,” however now you will think of Eliminate and Armanni Reign when you hear the two words together. Their collaboration on the new original was backed by Play Me Records and released today for you listening pleasure. The hybrid sound takes from both dubstep and trap, with seemingly no superior in where influence was taken from. One thing is for sure though; there’s a whole lot of bass. If you are a fan of guys like GAWTBASS and Kai Wachi, then this track is right up your alley. With a focus on gripping sound design, this single should also serve as inspiration for producers, aside from simply rocking crowds. Purchase your own copy below and get to spreading “Karate Kid.”

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Source: Eliminate – Karate Kid Feat. Armanni Reign (Original Mix) [Play Me Records]

Your EDM Premiere: Dropout feat. ZADA – So Long [Free Download]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:29pm
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California’s own Dropout crew has released a new free original entitled “So Long” that they did with ZADA. The trio have yet to release a track, so this premiere is helping to jump start things in the right direction. They already put in the work on the soothing love trap production that will grace your ears in just a few short moments. In an attempt to convey deep emotions, the acts work together for a track with both lyrical and musical merit. After a long day of working on a Monday, I’ll be ready tonight to lay my head back and escape with chill tunes like this. Now that I have heard their first track, I am interested to see what else is in store for these three. Hopefully soon more will come, but for now, get yourself a copy of “So Long.”

We felt excited because we felt that it was different enough to be fresh and new while also having integrity as a song. It’s something that someone could on a piano or guitar if they wanted to.”
Dropout

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Source: Your EDM Premiere: Dropout feat. ZADA – So Long [Free Download]

Joeystarr & Nathy Boss – Dans Mon Secteur (KIMFU Remix) [Free Trap Download]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:20pm
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It’s been a good two years since trap music has hit mainstream popularity and from the sounds have been lifted from the streets of South Atlanta to all over the world. As more and more are exposed to the 808 ridden beats new styles are bound to surface and one of the most exciting scenes for a new take on danceable hiphop has come out of Paris, France. The scene is lead by heavyweights Tomsize, Simeon, and Flechette, although they have brought up other characters such as KIMFU, who we are featuring today.

KIMFU‘s beats are distinguished by big boisterous kicks and a flow that mimics southern trap but maintains a euro style that utilizes a unique set of synthesizers and sounds. For his remix of Joeystarr & Nathy Boss‘ “Dans Mon Secteur,” KIMFU brings that French design to a track that already goes super hard. The remix is available for free here, so grab it today and rate.

facebook.com/pages/Kimfu/ | soundcloud.com/kimfu | twitter.com/Kimfu31

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Source: Joeystarr & Nathy Boss – Dans Mon Secteur (KIMFU Remix) [Free Trap Download]

Botnek – Grindhouse [Dim Mak]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:09pm
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This track is not for the faint of heart; whether its a trick or treat will be up to you. This is by far the heaviest and scariest track Botnek have ever produced, fitting seeing as Halloween is this Friday. The entire track is spooky from the massive intro drum patterns, to the centipede infested drops and the bone chilling scream in the second build. Usually when I’ll say a song has a great atmosphere, I’ll be describing the vibe it gave and how well it presented it. In this case, when I say there is a strong and heavy atmosphere, I mean sincerely this song has an atmosphere. I had to check my back a few times while listening to it, to make sure Jason or Freddy weren’t behind me. If you’re into hard music that doesn’t hold back, you’ll absolutely love the hair raising effect of this song.

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Source: Botnek – Grindhouse [Dim Mak]

EDM vs The Underground: Segregation Isn’t The Answer

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:07pm
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As I’m almost positive the title was what caught your eye, let’s start with a little background, shall we?

Seth Troxler has very strong opinions on the music scene. I actually really envy him as one of the few people who actively speak up and make extremely valid points on the current and future scene. However, Seth has a tendency to be a little restrictive in who he allows into his “private club.” In an interview with Thump this past May, Troxler goes in depth discussing all the things wrong with EDM and current festival culture (of which he proclaims there is none). Later that week, at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, Troxler had some dire questions for Team Avicii, including “Is this a Milli Vanilli situation?” At that same summit, Seth Troxler participated in a keynote interview with Pete Tong.

Troxler believes that many of the US festivals, such as Electric Daisy Carnival, are presenting electronic music in the wrong way for the wrong reasons.  He laments that the age of the faceless DJ is almost over, and discusses the idea that any successful DJ now must build a brand.

Now of course, every man is entitled to his opinion. While I might argue with some of his points, he also makes an equal number of very insightful observations. However, at the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) a little over a week ago, Troxler was invited to expand on his ideas in a keynote speech titled “Troxler Tells It How It Is“. As you might surmise from that title, Seth didn’t pull any punches.

“We are different cultures, and we should stay different cultures. The underground is stronger than ever, and it can never [be] defeated… And after all the commercialisation of the past few years, I think people are really coming back to the idea of real truth in music, the deepness of that. That’s what will sustain it in the future.”

Wait… did that really just happen? Troxler just voiced his opinion in favor of literal segregation. I can understand, albeit only moderately, how some fans of the underground might feel animosity toward the mainstream culture in their “inaccurate” portrayal of electronic music, or the term they hate — “EDM.” But seriously, Seth? Music is not about building walls and separating yourself from those who simply might not know any better. For many, seeing a mainstage set from DVBBS or Afrojack is their introduction to the scene, not their lifetime dream (though for some, it might be).

Here’s a handy little flowchart, Seth.

> Generic music creates interest in non-EDM fans
> Those people barrel into EDM by means of festival, etc.
> Cause increased demand for shitty generic big room/other popular genres
> More bigroom/other popular genre djs/producers come along
> Influx of DJs/Producers causes supersaturation of genres
> Supersaturation of genres causes veteran and new producers alike to diversify in order to remain relevant
> Diversification of producers creates new music new genres
> New music/genres eventually becomes good cool new music
> Everybody wins

It’s a cycle. It’s the way that music evolves and grows. By keeping the cultures separate, do you really think there will be anything other than stagnation? As much as you might hate to admit, the underground is heavily, heavily influenced by the mainstream. The mainstream is what drives you to remain different and underground. Mainstream is not trying to “defeat” the underground, that’s just silly.

“Currently, the only side of dance music that’s being pushed in the media is the commercialised European view, while the black, Latino and gay voices that inspired early US dance music are being ignored,” Troxler said. “Which perspectives are being excluded as the commercialisation rolls on? These are topics that need to be brought to the table and discussed…

“Who here will have the kind of balls to stand up for who we [the underground] really are, and to cherish those ideals? With the influx of wealth being poured into dance music, it’s easy to think all that glitters is gold, but will it really be such a cool place in the next ten to twenty years?”

Because that makes the most money!! Do you really expect anything different from the media!?! I’m not trying to defend them, but come on… think a little. The underground will never die — but it will change. Like a wave, the peak will eventually become the trough and so on and so forth.

I’ve already voiced my opinions on elitists in the scene. I don’t try to keep my opinions a secret just like Seth. That’s why I’m not really all that mad at him. If he hadn’t spoken out, there wouldn’t be this debate or open exchange of ideas; we need people like Seth Troxler to keep challenging us and our half-baked ideals. I think in the end, we have to remember that the electronic music industry is one of the fastest changing industries right now. We can go from one hot topic to another, and because so many blogs (ours included) like to focus on Twitter beef and Facebook statuses, we are inundated with new and often irrelevant information. We have to keep our ear to the ground and really focus on what will be the next big change in the scene.

I leave you with a quote from an electronic music fan, Adam Winslett:

You remember what the “flavor of the week” in dance music was before big room? For those of you with denial-inhibited memory, that was TRAP. All the bedroom critics said that “it’s just a fad” and “nobody will give a shit about trap a year from now” and blah blah blah.

But hey, guess what? Trap almost single-handedly galvanized dance music. Gave it a whole new box of tools with which to create new and exciting sounds, and in the process, weaved itself into the fabric of EDM as a whole. Without the “talentless trend” of trap, the EDM world would never know the names Flosstradamus, Yellow Claw, Brillz, LOUDPVCK, and all the rest.

Trends are not always a bad thing.

 

H/T: inthemix

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: EDM vs The Underground: Segregation Isn’t The Answer

G-Buck – Go Psycho [Mad Decent]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 2:46pm
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We all know what a JEFFREE is by now, and we all know to expect only the most elite greatness from the independent Mad Decent outfit, which is why this newest release is oh so fitting. The same goes for Philadelphia native, G-Buck who never ceases to amaze us with the originality and flare of every track he puts out. This single is off of the What is a JEFFREE compilation, and it is complete madness. He has been on his own for quite some time, formerly one-half of Oddzilla, but the break from pretty much any affiliation has been one of the bravest and boldest moves in his young career.

This track is a direct reflection of those qualities, representative of the individuality of G-Buck as an artist. It is personal and says everything about his character. He is one of the craziest dudes making some of the craziest music. “Go Psycho” lets you spend a couple minutes getting to know him. It is jarring and filled with surprises that wow every part of you. Can’t wait to see what is to come from this guy. In my book, he is one of the most respectable and talented in the industry. It is time for the world to see that and appreciate it.

He soon sets out for a monster tour with ChoppaDunks, Happy Colors, and JSTR. Keep an eye for them in a town near you. This lineup is certainly not to be missed. I expect great things from each of these dudes. Don’t sleep on any of them.

“Go Psycho” with them.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: G-Buck – Go Psycho [Mad Decent]

Borgeous & Tony Junior “Break The House” Down [Spinnin']

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 1:30pm
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Get ready for one of the hardest hitting tracks you’ll hear today. Borgeous & Tony Junior bring the fire with their latest collaboration that will have your roof thundering as they “Break The House” down! I’m usually not a big Spinnin’ Records fan but this track is simply to ratchet to ignore. Each verse gets your blood pumping with intoxicating melodies and beautiful ambiance. I won’t spoil the drop, but its MASSIVE; you’ll be raging to it all day and night. Hear it for yourself below and grab your copy at Beatport!

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Borgeous & Tony Junior “Break The House” Down [Spinnin']

GlobalGathering cancels 2015 festival

Resident Advisor - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 9:28am
The next edition of the annual dance music event in Stratford-upon-Avon has been called off.

Juju & Jordash are Clean-Cut

Resident Advisor - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 7:19am
The Amsterdam-based pair's next album will arrive via Dekmantel in November.

Function retrospective compilation coming in 2015

Resident Advisor - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 6:00am
Dave Sumner has revealed the first details of a career-spanning release, which is being preceded by three 12-inches.

Dystopian delivers a Soliloquy

Resident Advisor - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 5:10am
The Berlin label's first full-length compilation features new cuts from Rødhåd, Recondite, Alex.Do and more.

An 11-Year-Old Jams Out To Dubstep [Video]

Your EDM - Mon, 10/27/2014 - 1:05am
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Was her dancing super outstanding?

An eleven-year-old named Adilyn Malcom (a.k.a. Audacious Adi) has surfaced as an Internet sensation with three uploaded videos of dance moves with dubstep songs in the background. Adilyn taught herself to dance to dubstep completely on her own and her talent is revealed when watching any of her videos. In her first video, she dances to “Need Your Heart” by Adventure Club and in her second one, she moves to “Higher” by Mark Rosas with impeccable flow and inspiring rhythm. Her most recent video features the song  “Bullet Train” by Stephen Swartz as Adi dances all over train-tracks.

With one video that has racked up over five-million views and a YouTube following of nearly 6,000 subscribers, Audacious Adi’s popularity will do anything but diminish.

Check out Audacious Adi in all of her dancing-to-dubstep videos below.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: An 11-Year-Old Jams Out To Dubstep [Video]

EDM Goes to Prison For Halloween

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 7:51pm
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This Halloween, techno veteran Carl Craig is playing a show in prison. No, this isn’t an episode of Orange is the New Black, but it should be just as entertaining. The man himself is set to play at A Wing: Prisoner Cell Block Freeze, on the first of November. The prison is UK based, so you can expect it to be a dark and stormy night that Saturday. It’s not the first time an event has taken place at the venue. You can actually watch James Zabiela perform here:

James Zabiela @ Lancaster Castle A-Wing Prison from Nhapitapi on Vimeo.

Next weekend, why not find out what the P in PLUR really stands for, and purchase a ticket below.

To buy tickets for this event please visit the events page: A Wing: Prisoner Cell Block Freeze with Carl Craig tickets from Skiddle.

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Source: EDM Goes to Prison For Halloween

Krale – Frontier feat. Jasmina Lin and Jay Christopher [Free Download]

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 5:50pm
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Every so often, you hear a track that makes you sit on the edge of your seat… it comes out of nowhere, from a producer you’ve never heard of, and sounds like they’ve been training in front of a crowd of 50,000 for years. The depth of sound and quality of production are so enormously outside the scope of expectations that you’re left slack-jawed and wide-eyed. Trying to comprehend the gap in expectation and reality will likely leave you grasping at straws.

I think I found this track from Krale on Reddit, I’m not sure. I’ve had the tab open for a couple of days, just sitting there, and I finally today decided to just try it out. Imagine my surprise when it was one of the most engaging and spectacular tracks I’ve heard this year. The cinematic qualities, akin to Danzfolk, paint such a vivid picture through the discordant synths and harmonic vocals. Choosing to have male and female vocalists, Jasmina Lin and Jay Christopher, turned out to be such a great decision, considering how their voices play off of each other. And the way the track just “falls” into the drop is one of my favorite effects.

FREE DOWNLOAD

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Source: Krale – Frontier feat. Jasmina Lin and Jay Christopher [Free Download]

Hardwell Reveals Album Release Date, Favorite Plugin and More [Video Interview]

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 3:54pm
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Hardwell recently sat down with Facebook’s Levi van Kempen at Amsterdam Dance Event to answer a few fan submitted questions and revealed that his new album would be released in early 2015 while he is on tour. Although an exact release date has not been set, the world tour starts in January and the album will “be released around that time.” Hardwell also revealed that his favorite plugin is Noveltech’s Character for giving his synths and baselines more power and his fan-based motivation for constructing his sets.

Check out the video below and grab your tickets to 2014’s remaining dates of the I AM HARDWELL tour here.

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Source: Hardwell Reveals Album Release Date, Favorite Plugin and More [Video Interview]

Disclosure – Boiling (Deuxième Remix) [Free Download]

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 3:41pm
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There are acts forming all the time, especially since the boom of electronic music that took place a few years ago. Many of which you will never hear of, but one neoteric act you will hear about is Deuxième. Deuxième is a duo native to Connecticut who have recently formed to bring the acoustic world together with the electronic. Morphing slick beats with rich guitar riffs, these two cats just dished out their first single, a free remix of “Boiling,” originally by Disclosure. Their sensitive, ambient trap sound is just what I was looking for on this chill Sunday evening. The sound cannot be described by simply mentioning one or two genres or styles, for it takes from numerous places in order to create something unexpected. Get it, and get ready for more, because Deuxième are quite literally just getting started.

Free Download

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Source: Disclosure – Boiling (Deuxième Remix) [Free Download]

Deadmau5’s Strobe Gets Unique Spine-Tingling Cover

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 2:57pm
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Covers of Deadmau5’s Strobe are ten-a-penny on YouTube, but Niall Fegan’s acoustic effort is a cut above the rest.

For Strobe, Fegan melds acoustics and the electronic to create a memorable experience. There are several percussion instruments, a quirky candle-lit piano and retro sounding guitar riffs, with Ableton pumping synths and beats into the background.

Niall Fegan is a producer living in London, and his Strobe cover is his first YouTube upload. As of now he has only 35 subscribers, and if he keeps this level of production up, he may someday level with the top musicians on YouTube.

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Source: Deadmau5’s Strobe Gets Unique Spine-Tingling Cover

PASSiO & MarcusS – Lost For Days EP [TrapStyle Records]

Your EDM - Sun, 10/26/2014 - 1:04pm
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Some people say dubstep is a thing of the past, and those people are wrong. There are many examples, but today I share with you one from PASSiO and MarcusS with their Lost For Days EP. The TrapStyle Records release entered the top ten for the dubstep chart this week, and you’ll hear why in a moment. The four tracks work together to bring different styles of the genre under one roof. These two acts creative abilities can be heard through the quality and diversity of the project. The personal favorite of mine is the concluding single, “Lost For Days,” because I feel that it is the most emotional track of the bunch. However, that takes away nothing from the other tunes, which you have to listen to before you even get to the title track. Don’t skip ‘em, give them all a listen and grab a copy if you like.

Purchase on Beatport

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: PASSiO & MarcusS – Lost For Days EP [TrapStyle Records]

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