If you happened to catch Tommy Trash at Coachella, you may have heard an unfamiliar funky electro number. Though you may not have known the name, the creators were none other than familiar collaborators Nom De Strip and Hatiras, who joined forces yet again for “Nippleodeon.” Though the track initially lays the electro on thick, a drop breaks the intensity and launches into a Latin-infused build peppered with “oh’s” and a creeping melody. Another catchy collision of creative energies, “Nippleodeon” is out now on Rising Music.
After giving away the party starting “Booty Bounce,” and being featured on A-Trak’s Tuna Melt EP, GTA return with a double dose of their dynamic sound on their People Boots EP. “People Boots” builds with thumping, groovy bass until an eventual wave of high octane horns take control. Subtly loaded with energy, the title track is fit for late night affairs — a true dance floor magnet. Less subtle, however, is “Devoid,” an intricate, bouncy beat centered around riffs and once again, bassline. Hot off of Chris Lake’s Rising imprint, purchase GTA’s People Boots EP from Beatport today.
GTA – People Boots (Original Mix)
GTA – Devoid (Original Mix)
Just one week after dropping his groovy house track, “Sing That,” John Dahlback is back with the dual release of “Panic” and “Whats Up Now.” “Panic” features building symphonic leads and bass-heavy synth stabs that will please progressive and electro lovers alike. Dahlback follows in the same vein with “Whats Up Now”, offering progressive builds that culminate in a wobbly, twisted bass line. Give both tracks a listen and pick up your favorite (or both) from Beatport via Chris Lake’s Rising Music label.