Dzeko & Torres cannot be sleeping at the rate they are producing tracks. Quickly following up “Hurricane” and “Down to This,” the Canadian duo is giving back to their fans with a free download. “Heart Attack” was originally a hip-hop track from Trey Songz but Dzeko & Torres have transformed this into four minutes of progressive house bliss.Posted by
With his career still very much on the rise, JoeySuki has decided that it was time to launch his own label. His baby, Dubbed, is looking to make waves in an industry already heavily saturated with labels, sub-labels, and record giants, all trying to get a piece. “Builder” is the first track set for release and features a rolling drum pattern and an gritty electro build — surely setting the tone for the new label. While we don’t know much about the plans for Dubbed, “Builder” will be released on June 17th.
After experimenting with different sounds in their last EP Hot Sauce, Zeds Dead are back with another EP and this time they’re giving it away for free. The four track EP Altered States features contributions from Zeds Dead, Green Lantern, Branchez bootleg, and Paper Diamond, making it near impossible to pick a genre to label it. The EP is meant to promote the tour of the same name (featuring all of the artists on the EP) and will hit 35 cities starting September 18th in Winnipeg, Canada. Pre-sale starts June 5th and tickets go on sale June 10th. Until thenm you can listen and view all the dates past the break download the EP below.
Toronto-based producer Grandtheft has been making waves this year after releasing two huge remixes to “Tuna Melt” and “Sweet Nothing.” He’s back with another remix — this time to Keys N Krates original, creating a tribal drum pattern nicely contrasting the original trap version. The remix package will be out on June 11th featuring Lazerdisk Party Sex, Thugli and of course, Grandtheft. After his guest mix on Diplo & Friends, and his upcoming track “Deep” on Spinnin’ Records, Grandtheft looks to be having a big year.
Preorder: iTunesPosted by
After keeping fans satisfied with a few free downloads, dBerrie is finally back with his first original mix since “Zenith.” A light build and a rolling bassline combine for a sound fitting of the 2013 festival season. With releases being added to his arsenal left and right, the Brooklyn native is shaping out to have a stellar year. Following the success of his remix to “Radioactive,” Berrie hopes to grab the same attention with “Malfunction,” made available via Flamingo Records.
Purchase: BeatportPosted by
As Firebeatz continues to dominate 2013, their latest release establishes a more uptempo attitude than their usual outings. “Wonderful” employs airy lyrics overtop a bouncy beat but still employs an electro aesthetic as to not stray to far from their signature style. The track is definitely a fresh breath of progressive air and keeps us looking forward to Firebeatz next release.
It has been twelve years since Moguai first launched his label Punx, and almost 4 years since the label has released any tracks. The reason he starting it up again now? Andre Tegeler thinks that “right now dance music is getting to the point where more and more tracks are sounding the same, so to me it is the perfect time to revisit the original thinking and go against the grain.” The first release, “PunkOMat” incorporates a wobbling bassline with a hint of electro that definitely differs from the normal four to the floor rhythm. “PunkOMat” will be released on June 24th with the relaunch of Punx Records.Posted by
Although dBerrie just released a preview for “Malfunction,” he has been keeping busy in the studio giving his fans a free download of his latest remix. Taking Imagine Dragon’s “Radioactive,” Berrie speeds up the original indie tune and turns it into an absolutely massive track. The fluid bassline complements the emotion filed lyrics, breathing new life into the year-old track. We might even say that this remix is on par with dBerrie’s remix of “Somebody I Used to Know,” but download below and decide for yourself.Posted by
After Phoenix released the stems to “Trying to Be Cool,” The Chainsmokers knew they had to get to work right away. Speeding up the mellow track into something dance room worthy is not an easy feat but Drew Taggart and Alex Pall take “Trying to Be Cool” to the next level injecting feel good vibes while still maintaining the sound of the original. This track is the perfect taste of the summer and luckily for you, they’re giving it away as a free download.Posted by
After spending the beginning of 2013 touring the United States on Generation Wild, dBerrie has been wasting no time hitting us with new releases. “Malfunction” was first previewed in Fedde Le Grand’s Ultra set and set the crowd off. The track quickly builds to a grinding bassline and a similar feel to hard-hitting festival tracks. 2013 could prove to be a breakthrough year for the Brooklyn native, and with songs like “Malfunction” and “Zenith,” he is quickly building up his original track library. “Malfunction” is out May 27th on Flamingo Records.Posted by