Summer is coming to an end, but just in time for the last few weeks of sun, Sava & Razz have dropped a Summer Vibe remix of 90′s anthem “Wonderwall” by Oasis.
This track has all the feel-good vibes you’ve been hearing from tropical and deep house producers recently, with smooth sax leads and catchy piano chords. Sava & Razz are becoming known for their use of real sax , piano, and guitar within edm tracks, and this remix is no different.
Supported by a multitude of the world’s elite DJs including Excision, Grooverider and The Qemists ‘Criminal’ sees Forbidden Society bring together a multitude of influences, from hip hop vocal samples to hints of hardcore metal and, of course, high-octane drum & bass.
Meanwhile, the music video also brings through those influences in spades. Produced especially for ‘Criminal,’ the title track from Forbidden Society’s recent two-part EP series the video draws on strong visual images that match the nature of the track effortlessly, and fans of the music will undoubtedly appreciate the video’s acute optic power.
Dabin puts his stamp on the summer with “Embers”, a new free download on Kannibalen Records. “Embers” is an infectiously catchy song featuring the blissful vocals of Jill Harris.
This chilled-out track has a strong house influence thanks to its central piano melody, which Dabin deftly complements with well-placed vocal snippets and groovy percussion.
Rather than the usual bombast or snooze-inducing “relaxation music,” the U.K. six-piece known as Clean Bandit mash classical music and pop forms for an airy and dreamy yet driven sound that’s like the chamber music version of house music.
After the incredible anthem ‘Rather Be’ they return with a summer feel good sing along ‘Extraordinary’.
Ryan Crane this month lined up his latest release ‘Samo’ and the wait is over as Electric Life Records release the track.
The label is well known for diversity in electronic music and with a back catalogue that regularly swings from many forms of House through to Downtempo and Chill-Out, but it’s an Electro House release up today from the talented Ryan Crane.
Joe Louis this month adds a new number to the Pop Rox Muzik library with the release of his ‘Yeah!’ EP.
The up and coming talent has been busy working through a busy schedule of remixes over the last year, but it’s time for the originals to take the spotlight as they’re just as potent as his killer remixes.
Pop Rox Muzik this month lines up the ‘Yeah!’ EP featuring two tracks from Joe Louis, both big on ideas and even bigger on impact. (more…)
OVO’s very own Majid Jordan released his single “A Place Like This” earlier this month.
King Faro, a producer out of New Jersey, made it his business to add his own touch to the track. He gives the song more of a house music feel with fluid pop melodies and heart throbbing kicks.
Their upcoming release Big Momma’s House features Big drums, shakers for swing, and a carnival-esque lead that moves the blood through the veins.
The record is big in a way that is constant and driving, then finished by layering the classic Mama Say Mamakossa sample to make the whole experience enjoyable for the old school and new school.
Now boasting a striking track record on dance floors across the world, North American trailblazer Starkillers makes his long-overdue original debut for Big & Dirty this month.
Sluggish, bouncy and relentlessly charged big room aptitude is where Starkillers lands with “Bang Ya Head,” marking a forceful yet aptly tailored peak in his original output for 2014.
As the industry continues to beckon for tracks that can hit the next level for the masses flocking to the global festival circuit, this increasingly powerful big room player makes a fatal first strike for the label that is sure to hold weight for the summer months and beyond.