Paris-based producer NxxxxxS (pronounced “N-Five X-S”) has enlisted London rapper Jeshi for his new single “Grub,” out now via Mad Decent. The track features a melancholic drill beat with soulful pianos and hard-hitting lyrics depicting the current struggles of London’s youth. Arriving alongside the single is an 80’s arcade inspired visualizer by Julien Marmar (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Supreme) that brings to life the nostalgic feel of the track. “Grub” solidifies NxxxxxS’ shapeshifting ability and pushes his boundless music into new territory.
The wait is finally over for one of the most anticipated drops in a minute. Skrillex has returned with “Rumble,” which hit streaming platforms today! This genre spanning banger is a collaboration with Fred again.., as well renowned grime MC Flowdan, a member of the U.K. outfit Roll Deep. The trifecta is definitely something special, this one is definitely going to be taking over the clubs and shows well through the summer!
Meet Yaroslav aka Mr.Vatslav. At the age of just 16 years old the young producer is creating impressive music with sophisticated arrangements and elevated sonics that caught our attention. Check out his latest work, “Limitless,” an addictive single thats garnered close to 50k spins in just a few weeks so far!
Houston-based dance music producer, Vernon Johnson, has exploded onto the music scene with the launch of his electrifying dance music album, Nuclear.
After over a decade of working side-by-side, RL Grime and Baauer are still throwing down headlining sets together. Their most recent b2b performance took place in Baltimore last week as one of the most anticipated acts at Moonrise Festival.
Producer/DJ Zedd has become a Red Rocks mainstay in recent years, usually showing up at the famed venue at least once per year. This year he brought along friends Matoma, Audien, and Disco Lines for a well rounded lineup that had fans dancing all night. Zedd took over with an insane light display unlike anything we’ve seen, as he made his way through over a decade of his biggest tracks and fan favorites dating all the way back to his breakout 2012 hit “Clarity.” Denver photographer Tim McClanahan captured the evening, check out the photo recap below!
Electronic duo Stööki Sound is back from a few year’s hiatus and they’re not playing around. A few weeks after announcing their return to music, DJ Lukey and Jelacee have tapped East London star Outlaw the Artist for their first official release in over two years, and this one goes hard. They managed to create an authentic. home grown UK banger that you’re bound to hear in DJ sets around the world this summer. With London Trap culture getting more spotlight than ever, we’re hype to see where the revamped Stööki Sound is headed in the coming months. Check out “Bark” below!
We don’t know much about Mighty Pluto, but we can say he’s not your average rapper. While he’s officially repping Boston, MA, the man might actually be from a different planet. His latest video Sophisticated Savage is as trippy as Mighty Pluto himself. The creative short film featuring original claymation that perfectly accompanies the track. With an addictive beat and Pluto’s understated flow this one has replay value for sure, no wonder it’s already racked up over 100k views. Extra points for the Sandlot reference! Enjoy.
Flume has shared his latest song and video for “Say Nothing” with MAY-A, which is also the lead single from the musician’s forthcoming album Palaces. In the visual, we see MAY-A buried in black sand, interspersed with shots of a motorcyclist dressed in psychedelic gear.
REZZ is not shy about uploading her live sets for her fans and we absolutely love her for it. She recently shared her full, 90-minute headlining set from Red Rocks earlier this year. The production is insane!
Producer Just Doug first made a name for himself in Atlanta and the Southeast at large, but now he’s out for world domination with his new single, “Still Paper Chasin.” This hard hitter fuses elements of hip hop, trap, dubstep, and more seamlessly into an unforgettable banger. Founded on some ominous piano chords, the track takes unexpected turns and evolves throughout with big drops and tight drums that’ll have your head banging. We wouldn’t mind hearing a rapper jump on the remix! This is the first time we’ve heard this impressive rising producer, but we’ll def be checking for future drops. Enjoy!
DJ Flip teamed up with Shydot for this tech house remix of “Donda Chant,” the opening record on Kanye West’s new album. The two happened to be in DC deejaying clubs at the time of the now famed arena listening parties. With early access to promotional copies of the album, the two producers wasted no time getting in the studio. the cleverly flipped vocal sample from Ye’s mother sounds perfectly at home in the mix with the upbeat drums and heavy bass making for an instant club banger!
Producer trio Head Fake has been making music for decades. The trio recently decided to bring some old records back to life, so they joined forces with none other than Dub Fu Masters for a retro futuristic musical experience like none other. Fusing addictive beats with throwback synths and a touch of organic instrumentation, the project feels like you’ve entered a dance party inside an arcade pinball machine.
DJ Flip made his name on the East Coast as a radio DJ and record producer. He’s broken records for superstars like Tory Lanez, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and countless others. After making waves as a hip hop producer and DJ for most of his career, he’s now making moves in the EDM realm too, as he continues to work on his as of now untitled debut EP. The multitalented MD native already has one hit under his belt with the DBG VIP mix of his latest release, “Touchdown,” featuring rising artist YP. Check it out below and look out for what’s next from DJ Flip!
Pump up those levels of ‘dopamine’ also known as the feel good chemical, de-stress or bring back some of life’s best moments with a healthy dose of EDM or Electronic Dance Music. Whether you’re a die-hard EDM fiend or just new to the scene you’ve got to listen to ‘Jason and Spider’. Call them the ‘next big thing’ in the EDM underground universe. With beats that’ll get you up on your feet, rhythm that’ll escalate your adrenaline levels and a medley of melodies that’ll tug at your heartstrings, this duo are slowly, but surely making a mark.
It was none other than Kaskade who had one of the biggest comeback shows when venues started to reopen again. Last month, the EDM all-star took to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles (alongside deadmau5 and Dombresky), to be the first artist to ever play the massive venue, which is home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL.
Rising producer duo Qvntro has been making waves for the past few years, racking up millions of streams on multiple releases. They are back with a brand new single “SkinnyDip It,” a short but sweet banger dripping with summer feels and captivating sounds. Vocalist Trinidad Cardona takes things to the next level with smooth melodies and fun lyrics adding to the vibe and creating an unforgettable anthem for your next pool party. Check out “SkinnyDip It” on Spotify and other platforms, and look out for more from Qvntro coming soon!
Berghain has been one of the best clubs in the world for many years. Since it’s so hard to get inside, the club is shrouded in rumors and myths. Find out how it got so famous and see the history behind it.
Out of the handful of tracks that Skrillex has shared over the past couple of months, “Butterflies,” his collab with Four Tet and Starrah, is definitely one of the best songs this year. He’s gone all out with these singles so far, releasing high-production music videos for both, further supporting that an album is around the corner.
Fresh off the heels of his Scorched Earth EP, Buku makes his way back to WAKAAN for “Right Here,” the lead single from his forthcoming EP. Extraterrestrial entities breathe four minutes of life into the wobbly, hypnotic cosmos. Starting with an eerie introduction, the single takes listeners on a sonically bass filled ride. With punishing drops and thunderous techno kick drums, “Right Here” pulls from Buku’s past musical influences for an explosive musical journey.