Posts tagged "Future Bass"

Q+A: Five minutes with PLS&TY

For Florida producer Tommy Leas, AKA PLS&TY, the past is an opportunity to imagine the future. His beginnings in bombastic, ecstatic future bass are rooted in the sounds of classic R&B and hip-hop, grounding his forward thinking sound in a distinct tradition of taste. This approach has seen undeniable success.

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Troye Sivan – Rush The anticipated new single from Australian pop sensation Troye Sivan is his outright danciest to date. An energetic piano led house banger, Rush risks sounding a touch

If Australian producer Flume’s last album Palaces had a crowning jewel, it’s undoubtedly the haunting Sirens, featuring the sylphlike mermaid call of Caroline Polachek. With its fractured,  hydraulic bass and oscillating chords, Sirens was a hypnotic dirge that showcased the most brilliant parts of Flume’s artistry. For his remix of

It’s interesting to think that a whole generation is growing up on music SBTRKT has had some  sort of impact on, potentially without knowing who he even is. Granted, the English producer is infamously elusive. Often hidden behind a mask, even his moniker alludes to his penchant for anonymity. Most

SBTRKT and Sampha go way back. The English producer and South London songwriter have a history that extends over a decade back, with Sampha serving as a particularly essential presence on SBTRKT’s eponymous debut album twelve years ago. The collaborators reunite on L.F.O, the latest single from SBTRKT’s upcoming album

Raising as many questions as he has hits, American producer Skrillex has become one of the most contentious figures in electronic music. Many feel that Skrillex should still be held accountable for the sins of his past. Afterall, unleashing the bastardised Frankenstein monster of dubstep and happy hardcore now known

From Skrillex doing hip-hop to caustic electropunk, these are the tracks you need to hear this week.   Jayda G – Circle Back Around The first single from her freshly announced new album Guy sees producer Jayda G evolve her classic Chicago house sound toward energetic and buoyant eurohouse. The

From hyperactive UKG to future bass from the past, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Sega Bodega – KEPKO On last year’s glowing Romeo, producer Sega Bodega further established

Following the marked international success of their impressive Embassy One debut with Only back in July, Berlin-based production trio and critically acclaimed live act, GHEIST, return to the long-standing German imprint with their eagerly-anticipated follow up single, Losing Game. Released on September 30, the spellbinding vocal cut delivers everything we’ve

Anyone who has followed Australian producer Thomas George Stell’s Golden Features over the years will know that there’s always been something distinct about his progressive deep house formulations. While the style has grown in popularity of late, Stell has actually been pushing its direction since 2014 with his innovative and

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