Friday, June 28, 2013
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013
Festival anthem? Absolutely - check it OUT! Demon Groove's new track, 'Incisions', is packed with explosive, melodic breaks and electro rhythm! See what you think, here:
Posted by Joey O'Hare at 8:29 PM
A huge new track. A huge new sound. Think Congorock. Massachusetts-based producer duo, Odd Job, delivers an immense hard-hitting electro track, 'Modern V-Neck' - straight off of Peak Hour Music records! Out on Beatport July 15th
Posted by Joey O'Hare at 7:53 PM
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Let the drums roll! John Revox delivers an immense rework of Quentin Mosimann's track, 'Pogo Pogo'.
Out on Dj Center Records this July! Check THIS out:
Posted by Joey O'Hare at 5:38 PM
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
To be released on TRXX Records, the new EP from 18-year-old Brazilian artist, Ruling Toys, features two huge tracks: Aerobit and Breakdown. Nothing but high energy, live melodies, and hard-hitting baselines - definitely worth checking out!
Posted by Joey O'Hare at 8:16 PM
As many of you may have heard, the electro fiends, Cyberpunkers, launched a huge EP, called Whatta Mask, featuring tracks, Whatta Mask, Mad Armada, and Ogre's Ballad. As if these tunes weren't already big enough, Cyberpunkers have some massive remixes of their EP coming out from Cold Blank, Access Denied, Megastrom, and more. Check some of them out!
Monday, June 17, 2013
Launching in a week, Dilemn's new EP, Control Yourself, is a combination of heavy electro, drumstep, dubstep, and more - intoxicating riffs and funky bass lines to say the least, so be sure to get it exclusively from Beatport on the 24th. Check out a bit of electro from Control Yourself:
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Just released a few days ago, Hypomaniac's 2nd EP goes super hard, keeping electro punk in style. The EP includes three songs: Attack Soldier, Strip You Down, and F U UP, which are all bangers that with a unique sound. Get it now while it's fresh!
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Newcomer to the blog - Wildpuppet - just released a bomb of a track with Atomic Zoo Recordings! Primal Surge is an epic mix of funky bass riffs (reminiscent of Far Too Loud), classical melodies, and massive drops that will surely keep you going all night. Get it now:
Out tomorrow on Telefuture, Garth Knight's new EP, Mandroid, comes out. A great mixture of 80's bleeps and bloops to say the least - but more along the lines of Kavinsky's long lost brother - or something like that. Definitely a good buy, so get it when you can!
With the a huge release on Wolfgang Gartner's label, Kindergarten Recordings, Dallask's EP, "Alienz," was already destined for success. Who knew Botnek would come in and utterly destroy the track with that beautiful bass line. Check it out, friends:
Sunday, June 9, 2013
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Dark and trashy. Simple, yet unique. Electro behemoths, Automakids, come in huge with their remix of Zilch's Nebula! Out for free via Soundcloud, the driving bass and ambient synths materialize together to create one extraordinary sound. Get it now!
Droptek kills it with some video game electro in his new track, Jukebox Nights! Similar to the style of edm giant, Savant, Jukebox Nights tells a story in itself. Dazzling melodies, pretty synths, and killer basses - what more could you want? Check it here:
It's been awhile since we've seen PARTYSMARTIE with new material on the blog and this hits the spot. They posted a new track, Insomnia, in the wee hours of the morning - looks like PARTYSMARTIE was "trying to survive the night" with this one. Check it here:
Friday, June 7, 2013
Hey everyone! We'd just like to share with you that we have a new affiliate on board with us: Sound Of Vinyl! It's a pretty amazing blog, so you should definitely check it out. Here's a little more on our friends at SOV:
Bio: Mixing my passions for writing and music I created this Sound Of Vinyl blog. I study Journalism at University, I dream of travelling the world, writing for various publications and will have my constant supply of music to keep me going.
I have an unhealthy obsession with Morrissey and The Smiths, but have a lot of love towards loads of other music. It is the one thing I couldn’t live without. There is nothing more exciting than the new song from that hero, the new band that thrills, the intimacy of any live gig as long as you feel connected with the musician on stage.
One of our favorite posts from them is a critique on Daft Punk's new work, Random Access Memories.
Pretty cool, eh? Atomic Zoo Recordings is giving away a free track once a week, just for you guys! Here's the dl on that:
"ATOMIC ZOO's FREE TRACK OF THE WEEK! Every week, Atomic Zoo Recordings will be giving away a free track! Some weeks, it will be an old gem from our library. Other weeks, we might surprise you with a brand new exclusive remix or a VIP from a big name artist. Be sure to follow us on Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube (whichever you prefer) and check back every Friday to get your copy of our weekly freebie :) We will be featuring our favorite tracks from some of the biggest artists in the industry!"
And for the fifth installment, we have Stepsonics - Bass Movement:
Looks like Feed Me and DATA aren't the only ones with upcoming changes in the musical realm. Here's a message from electro giants, F.O.O.L:
"Today I'd like to request the attention of our amazing fans for an unpleasant announcement.
Due to both personal and professional reasons, Oliver will no longer be a part of F.O.O.L Music as of today.
However I don't want any of you to worry, even the slightest, as this project means the world to me - which is why I would never do anything to jeopardize it, even the least bit.
As for the musical aspect I can imagine that a lot of you will have concerns about the direction that F.O.O.L will take from this point onward, but you shouldn't. I've always been the sole producer of this project and I don't intend on changing anything moving forward from this.
I apologize for the lenghty text, but it's important to me that every single one of you understand that F.O.O.L Music will always keep going strong for as long as I'm here to make sure of it."
Glad to know F.O.O.L will keep pushing out tunes! Check out this preview of his next track: