With every new release, Kill Paris continues to show his potential as one of the freshest new talents in dubstep. His R&B spin on dubstep is absolutely infatuating, and in cases like this, even spiritual. In a tribute to the lovely Lana Del Rey, Kill Paris has releasd “I Love You Lana Del Rey (Where I Left My Heart),” a dreamy drumstep production boasting reverb-laden synths and a catchy high-frequency riff. Though it’s one of the few Kill Paris tracks without a soulful vocal, the instrumental original shifts the spotlight to Kill Paris’s pristine production. Pick up the track for free from SoundCloud.
You May Also Like
- Soulection has arguably developed into one of electronic music's most respectable names. The [...]
- While Swedish House Mafia is now defunct, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell have continued their [...]
- At the end of April, Chloé, came out of a four-year hiatus with the elegant and ominous vocal [...]
- New Jersey producer Au5 is known for his transcendent melodic dubstep tracks on labels like [...]
Axwell Λ Ingrosso have announced they will not play the UEFA Europa League Finals in the wake of the Manchester Terror Attack.
Soulection heavy-hitter, LAKIM, gives Dancing Astronaut fans a schooling in indie-electronic with eclectic, urban-leaning AXIS mix.
The day has finally arrived: Coachella’s 2017 lineup is here, and as expected, it’s extraordinary. As previously confirmed, Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, and Beyonce will headline the festival, with amazing sub-headliners like The xx, Bon Iver, Empire of the Sun, and
Ranking DJs is inherently confusing. As Dillon Francis pointed out on DJ Mag’s annual list, it’s never quite clear what criteria is being considered when compiling these lists. In an effort to clarify this process, we’ve decided to split our end-of-year artist rankings into