Spacesuit-wearing duo, The Manufactured Superstars deliver another bouncy pop house outing with “Zombies in Love.” Enlisting the help of anthemic choral lines and sugary-sweet piano rolls, “Zombies in Love” is much brighter than the name suggests, generating a feel good peak time vibe with driven percussion and catchy progressions. Scheduled to be released on April 9th, the remix package for “Zombies in Love” switches its focus off of ‘love’ and onto ‘zombies’ featuring bass driven and disemboweled versions of the feel good original. K Theory, AC Slater and Jaz von D all take their turns with the mix, creating three remixes that utilize throaty bass and gritty synthwork to transform the vibe into something deliciously sinister.
Listen to the remixes and enter to win a pair of general admission tickets to EDC NY to see the Manufactured Superstars.
Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano sparingly release original material, making each production special in its own way. Their latest offering, “Firefaces,” is a collaboration with Jaz von D, who has recently joined the duo at select American shows. Sunnery and Ryan’s signature tribal sound is put on the back-burner as Jaz lays down his Dutch progression atop a melodic chord styling. A change of pace for NYC’s resident duo and game changer for Jaz, “Firefaces” serves as the anthem for ID&T’s Energy 2013 and is now available to the globe.
New York City resident duo, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, have teamed up with Dutch youngster Jaz von D for their upcoming “Firefaces.” A rare production from Sunnery and Ryan, “Firefaces” is more climactic than their tribal style would indicate thanks to Jaz von D’s electro contribution. After playing recent shows back-to-back, and now getting together in the studio, the chemistry within this trio has been exposed. Dubbed the official anthem of ID&T’s Energy 2013, the collaboration is slated to be released on February 15th.
Jaz von D is giving his most popular track, “Dinosaur,” a face lift, and is offering it as a free download. Once labeled progressive house, the ’2K12′ edit boasts a deep, groovy bassline with dispersed synths waves to match. Support has come from Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, whom have fit this remode into their jungle-like sets at Size in the Park and EDC NY. Jaz has now made his most recent edit of “Dinosaur” available for everyone, so head to his SoundCloud to claim it as your own.
/a>;” and having already garnered support from Laidback Luke, his latest offering has been signed by Michael Woods for his Diffused imprint. Jaz wastes no time supplying the energy, introducing the track with his signature distorted progression. The melodic build expected to kick things off comes midway, and the familiar high energy returns with the drop. If you’re looking for more flavorful progressive tunes, head to Beatport for the release of “AndONE.”
Jaz von D impressed listeners with hisDrive EPand earned a spot on MixMash Records’ The Ones To Watch Vol. 4 with “Rave Nation“. Following the great feedback from his bootleg of Calvin Harris’ “Let’s Go.”, Jaz is giving away another production for free. His Bootleg of Josh Wink’s HSOC features distorted synths, sharp chords, and frenzied leads — the signature elements that separate Jaz’s progression from the rest of the pack. Head to his SoundCloud for yet another major freebee.
Like our readers, we at DA are always looking out for fresh talent and potential future super-producers. One of the youngsters that have been on our radar is Jaz Von D, whose “Rave Nation” will be featured on Mixmash Record’s upcoming The Ones To Watch Vol. 4. We introduced you to Jaz’s clean-cut house productions with his Drive EP, and we now have his exclusive bootleg of Calvin Harris’ “Let’s Go.” Previous rendition’s of “Let’s Go” have came from Quintino and Calvin himself, but the young Dutchman shows up with an impressive bootleg that may take the cake. The clean progression, bouncy chords, and sharp bass give Ne-Yo’s vocal a fitting home on a house track. Luckily for our readers, Jaz is giving away his bootleg as a free download, so head to his SoundCloud to claim this gem for yourself.
While Mixmash Records will include Jaz Von D on its next edition of The Ones To Watch, we’ve already had our finger on the pulse. The young Dutch DJ/producer further proves himself, following up his Drive EP with a refreshing track that has garnered support from Laidback Luke. “Rave Nation” features a progressive build with anticipating synths that become heavy and distorted for a drop that justifies the production’s title. Keep an eye out for the single to be released on June 28th ahead of Mixmash’s The Ones To Watch EP Vol. 4.
Dutch DJ Jaz von D has packaged his next two singles together for his Drive EP, which has been released on Oxygen Records. The title track, “Drive,” begins with a progressive melody and sharp kicks, only to drop into heavy distorted bass as the track does a full rotation. The other, “Introfuse,” features similar progression only it builds up with synths for a far less abrupt crash. Jaz von D’s sound is something fresh for fans of any genre, so listen to the EP and find the Beatport link below the break.