“Collapse 2.0” is a reworking of Zeds Dead’s song “Collapse”. The Toronto band released “Collapse” last year from their EP Somewhere Else and they decided to give the song another shot, this time with Memorecks (no relation to Memorex). “Collapse 2.0” can be found on the group’s Mad Decent project Somewhere Else Remixes.
Newly released is an album by Mochipet called Psilocybin Samurai Remixed and while you are able to download it as FLAC’s or MP3’s, you will only be able to download this for a week, and that’s this week. This means until June 16th, you’ll have a chance to get this and enjoy it, free of charge. Get to it now.
If you heard the new song by Ryga called “Give Me Your Love”, you know how its throb is strong. Now you can hear a new mix of it done by XYPO. This mix also features singer Corey Andrew and it is a true pumper that will make any boring party vibrate with delight.
EDM? Newness? Into your life? Here’s a new EDM track to soothe your soul and this one is performed by Mel Sound, a producer out of Washington, DC who enjoys the power of house music and enjoys taking it beyond the limits. “Carousel” is the single and it was released two weeks ago by No Bounds Records, take it to the limits and the dancefloor.
New EP is on its way from Aambassadeurs called Can’t You See and from it is a dance that is sure to move a crowd or two somewhere. The song is called “My Way”. The EP will be out via Beatporn on April 13th and everywhere else two weeks later on the 27th.
An artist from Los Angeles who is simply known as JHS (those close to him know him as Justin Hunter Scott) has a new EP for those who love their electronica and dance music strong and hot, called inu mi dun lati pade e He is promoting it by letting people listen to “Jungle Juice” so see where this takes you and if it flaunts with you soon after, opt to hear it in full.
Even with the success of his Music For Dancing EP, DJ/producer Robert Lux is not about to sit on his laurels. He has done a remix of “Dissolve”, the new single by Absofacto so if you’re someone who likes to be immersed in dance music, you may find this mix to be quite enticing.
“Brighton based duo Sea Bed are not your typical electronic act” is how the press release for the group starts out, so outside of being atypical, what would make me want to listen and pay attention? Well, the first thing to do is to just listen and I did. “Caves” is a new song from their EP Rosso and this house song pumps strong with a vocalist who knows how to carry herself well. I for one would like to hear more, and maybe the clubs will do.
They are considered Australia’s live electronica musical juggernaut but until you get a chance to know them, you may call them Dubarray. They’ve done a significant amount of touring throughout Europe in the last three years so perhaps you have already come across them. They’re going to release a new single called “Depth Of Perception”, which you may listen to below.
They’ll be doing some touring this summer throughout Australia beginning next month and take this into fall:
February 15… Ivory Rocks QLD (Earth Frequency Festival)
February 20… Cockatoo Island Sydney ( Wanderlust Festival)
February 28… Wollongong NSW (Palm Court Hotel)
March 1… Berlang Forest NSW (Regrowth Festival)
March 14… Fingal Heads NSW (Sheoak Shack)
March 15… Brunswick Heads NSW (Brunswick Hotel)
March 20… Bundaberg QLD (Bundaberg Hotel)
March 21… Noosa QLD (Crawdaddy’s)
April 10… Bellingen NSW (5 Church St)
April 12… Bay NSW ( Beach Hotel)
April 24… Margaret River WA (Settlers Tavern)
April 26… Dunsborough WA (Caves House)