Pop Rox Muzik strikes again with another youthful signing in the shape of 19-year-old BeeJ – a Seattle based up and comer with an appetite for classy keys, uplifting melodies and memorable synths that look back at more traditional Progressive House and Trance styles.
Rather than the expected all out bass-driven workouts that have taken over in the last couple years – BeeJ is looking beyond the trend and working on a sound that’s a little less hard on the ears.
Mexican up and comer Necious teams up with fellow countryman Sebastian Cinco for the release of their collaborative effort ‘Damn Son!’ – a big and bold Electro House number that shows off the pair’s impressive studio skills.
Aron Scott (Monochrome Music head manager, A&R and graphic designer) is finally back with a solo track.
Mango is all what a big room track should be, some melancholic melodies mixed with a catchy guitar solo in the break, massive build ups, and fresh groovy drops full of drums.
Pop Rox Musik are stepping up the work rate for the back end of 2014 and kicking things off is upcoming talent Alber Gomez who’s readied ‘Non Stop Dancing’ – an Electro/Melbourne Bounce style production that shows off Spanish talent Alberto Herrara’s studio skills via a label widely regarded as one of the world’s leading sources of emerging international talent.
Stash Konig this month unleashes his debut single release ‘Brainfreeze’ on Pop Rox Muzik. The LA based talent has been hard at work behind the scenes, honing his skills and sculpting a signature sound that’s already sparked a wide-ranging line of plaudits that are dubbing him as a serious prospect.
His hard hitting and energetic production format has captured the attention of both early followers and his peers alike and now it’s time for Stash to unload his first release in what’s looking to be an exciting period ahead.
Vince Neel teams up with Nastyy Records for the release of ‘Pandora’. Having caused a stir with his recent releases via his healthy social media fan base, he’s stepping things up with each new release and his latest might just be the best yet.
If we cast back to pre-summer 2014, YinksDjinks launched his project with the release of ‘L05er’, a superb vocal cut on Dansant that showed off his production skills and earned him a following that’s rapidly picked up with the news of his follow up ‘Awesome’.
Once again with Dansant for the release – YinksDjinks returns with an intricately produced complextro number to add to his short, but quality line of releases so far.