Thursday, 30 May 2019

Dog Blood Reveal Tracklist & Collabs

FINALLY! Skrillex and Boyz Noize have presented their EP Turn Off The Lights as well as the lead single with the same title. And by the looks of the tracklist unveiled, we have 3 more tracks to look forward to!

The tracklist suggests four original tracks — two unique collaborations and two others, pure Dog Blood. “Break Law,” “4 Mind” with Josh Pan and X&G, “Kokoe” with mystery artist Otira, and the title track.

Listen to ‘Turn Off the Light’

In addition, the duo also just released a mini mix prefacing the forthcoming EP. Listen to their “Clap Back” mix consisting of 18 tracks in 24 minutes.

Okay, Sonny we know you’re a busy boy, but can we get some From First to Last as well please? Thanks. 

Listen to ‘Clap Back Vol. 1’

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Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Caezar Hail! The Remixes Features music producer baxt on ‘Take Me There’

Along with the release of their remix EP HAIL! The Remixes, CAEZAR features UK producer BAXT for his own rendition of ‘Take Me There’. According to the producer, the song was of his own choosing, "I asked personally to remix ‘Take Me There’. As soon as I heard it, I loved it! Chill guitars, sultry vocals, was a pleasure!"

In addition to BAXT, CAEZAR also curated the talents of Wild Culture for their remix of ‘Hold On’. Others to tackle that particular song was MAKESHIFTER and In Flagranti, while Is Tropical decided on doing a remix for the song ‘Somewhere New’. All in all, the EP is a collection of fresh new takes on already quite spectacular indie tracks. 

1 ) Hold On [Wild Culture Remix]
2) Take Me There [BAXT Remix]
3) Somewhere New [Is Tropical Remix]
4) Hold On [MAKESHIFTER Remix]
5) Hold On [In Flagranti Remix]

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Tchako releases music video for 'Alive'

Anthony Tchako was born in Paris in 1996 and comes from an Albanian family of musicians. He grew up in an environment which offered him the possibility to travel and attend his mother’s (Inva Mula) performances in some of the greatest operas of the world. He started piano classes at the age of 6 in the Russian Music Conservatory of Paris, and later as a teenager, discovered new styles of music such as jazz and improvisation, which naturally led him into the world of composition.

Having graduated in 2013, Tchako decided to continue his studies in the field of International Politics in London, UK. However London’s nightlife, clubs, concerts and musical edge inspired him to pursue his true calling as a musician. He registered to Point Blank and studied in music production where he graduated in 2016, and subsequently moved back to Paris, determined to pave a path and present his compositions to the world.  He defines his musical style as a blend of chill music, EDM, with urban vibes. His major influences are Martin Garrix, Avicii, Calvin Harris, & Petit Biscuit to name a few.

This first single entitled “Alive” opens a door to Tchako’s world. The piano tones introduce a form of dark romanticism, inherent to his personality and life story mixed with electronic beats, patterns and spiked by addictive tribal screams that come shake up the song’s vertebrae. An overall musical journey guaranteeing us to come back for more. His new video for “Alive” has already obtained over 65K views in less then 2 weeks. His debut EP is set to be released in June 2019.

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Thursday, 2 May 2019

The Young Punks releases new music video 'Wonderland'

The Young Punx, personal pet-project of producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer Hal Ritson, have shared the video for ‘Wonderland’, created by Dutch conceptual artist Han Hoogerbrugge. Hoogerbrugge has been developing the visual identity for The Young Punx since 2006, constructing alternate realities and utilising a darkly comic cast of surreal characters.

The video for their radical deconstruction of the 80s classic ‘Club Tropicana’ presents a variety of surreal dancing chimaeras showered by bouncing flowers and fruit. This all takes place in a black and white checkered environment that serves as an effective backdrop to the eye-popping colour and bizarre spectacles fit for the “Wonderland” of Lewis Carroll

The pulsing talkbox-driven anthem and its video are a true testament to the aim of the musical outfit, which is to challenge its audience to reconsider the boundaries and labels of music- and pop-culture. It is a thoroughly enjoyable pairing.

In 2019 The Young Punx are releasing one track per month, each accompanied by Han's visuals.

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Syn Cole reveals latest song ‘Lights Go Down’ Featuring Dakota

Estonian DJ Producer Syn Cole reveals his latest single, ‘Lights Go Down’ featuring the soft vocals  of upcoming London based talent, Dakota.

Honing in on Syn’s signature sound, ‘Lights Go Down’ revisits synthy pop chords, balancing EDM with electro cuts, whilst Dakota steals the attention toward her sultry smooth vocals to create a calming efficacy of a track.

Syn Cole (aka René Pais) first shot to fame after being discovered by Ash Pournouri, then-manager of the late Swedish superstar, Avicii, in 2012. Releasing his first track (a Creamfields remix of Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes’) on Avicii's 'LE7ELS' label, Syn continued to work with the ‘Wake Me Up’ producer, with his track ‘Miami 82’ later receiving an Avicii edit in 2013.

Fast forward to the present day, and Syn has carved a reputation for himself as one of dance music’s most exciting electro producers, with his hit track ‘It’s You’ surging past the 30 million streams mark on Spotify.

Having grown up in Spain but now based in south London, Dakota was first spotted by Grammy Award winning writer/producer Fraser T. Smith (the man who produced Stormzy’s album Gang Signs and Prayer) who signed her to his 70Hz label in 2015.

Dakota has been in close collaboration with Fraser ever since, and spent 2017 working with songwriters such as Jamie Scott (One Direction, Rag’N’Bone Man) and Eg White (Adele, Florence & The Machine), honing her distinct vocal style and drawing on her diverse influences.

Combining Syn’s energetic electro productions with Dakota’s mellow silky vocals,  ‘Lights Go Down’ showcases the duo’s coming together on a catchy number set to be heard everywhere this spring.


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