Canadian producer Dabin’s latest EP, Bloodless, is a landmark release featuring a host of talented collaborators and remixers.
A musical exploration of the ups and downs of relationships, Bloodless switches constantly between moments of intimate warmth and blaring intensity, taking cues from several genres of electronic music.
Throughout the EP, Dabin paints vivid emotional pictures through rich melodies and lush sonic textures, while still maintaining dance-floor appeal.
Today the Brooklyn-based artist, JOEYG. releases the Dark House Remix for his latest single “Zooted”. The EDM inspired track is produced by The HUMANAUT’s in-house producer FrankeL (Finally, FYPM, Pockets on Guerillas).
The electro-house beat mixed with the wild house-rattling bass will be sure leave every music fan desiring more.
This past August, fast rising trio BASECAMP revealed new single “Shudder.”Boasting over 150,000 plays since the original went live and a selection of dance floor ready remixes from Goodnight Cody, Howie Lee, GXNXVS and Twinztrack, “Shudder” gets the visual treatment today.
Directed by Dylan Reyes and produced by Clay Howard, the video serves as the perfect accompaniment to the electro infused R’n'B jam, bringing to life the track’s artwork in a rare fashion.
Apashe’s new single “Good Bye” starts off with a smouldering piano and horn melody. Vocal snippets carry the track into a horn-heavy drop that packs a serious wallop.
A soft interlude follows, filled with synth arpeggios. The second drop discards the half-time beat for a mental 4/4 flurry of booming kicks and brass.
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.