Sephano & Torio are back this week with a fresh slice of the best in new and forthcoming big-room sounds. This week the boys present a bag of freshly baked beats from the likes of FTampa, Goldfish & Blink, Jaytech, Mike Sonar, Dank, Exodus & Tom Enzy and a whole load more.
As ever the boys are cutting and flipping their way through the hour in their notorious energetic method bring you a taster of what’s killing the dance floors around the world as we slide into summer mode.
From the planet Edeem Black Fras has been sent to Earth to revitalise and freshen up dance music.
This edgy sound and flawless production is created not by human ears, but the hearing implements of an extra-terestrial. We are not alone in the Universe and Black Fras has grace the World and the music industry with their presence and an awesome answer to the age old skyentist question of what’s out there. (more…)
BeatCanteen Records has become a breeding ground for top draw House releases and label boss John Gold is happy to lead by example with his latest offering alongside Beatflashers which features a standout rework from House heavyweights Crazibiza.
Making his debut, Minnesota producer and engineering powerhouse, Taylor Rave, makes a distinguished entrance on to the scene with the release of an unrivaled remake of Eric Prydz’ 2012 hit “Everyday”. If you thought the original track extracted all adrenaline humanly possible, Taylor Rave explores and brings the track to a level of EDM rarely heard before.
Combining and extracting all aspects of the diverse genre and music in general, the simplistic yet vigorous blend of assorted elements makes the re-creation hypnotizing to the ears and bodies of all.
Last night Nervo played the Kryder and Tom Staar Remix of ‘Ping Pong’ from Armin van Buuren, live on BBC Radio 1 (03/04/2014).
Boston based DJ, Drunken Doja Monkey, releases his new mini mix titled “Psycho Casual”. Dubbed as his “Hitchcock Hip Hop Mix”, the mix is both an homage to Hitchcock’s early horror films as well as a playlist of crisp, minimal hip hop tracks. “Psycho Casual” intertwines Bernard Herrmann’s horror scores from Alfred Hitchcock’s most famous and terrifying films with headphone ready hip hop beats.
The 20 minute mini mix evokes a sense of melancholy fitting for a black and white Hitchcock film, creating moments of suspense with swirling string sections and beats building to crescendos and crashing into big, spacious hypnotizing tracks.
Ambassadeurs aka Mark Dobson is due to drop his debut album this summer. Hailing from Brighton, the young producer can usually be found scouting out samples and supporting the likes of Danny Brown, Gold Panda and Machinedrum on tour. With a debut album due to drop this summer, Mark kicks his musical year off with the brilliant free download, Rain.