There is something magical about two producers coming together to create a single track that is a journey through genres. That being said, NXSTY and Loca have joined powerful forces to create an absolute massive tune. Their single “Cross Faded” out on the Music High Court imprint is a mix between classic trap, moombah, and future bass touching on every part of the emotional spectrum.
There is a new producer coming out of the wood works going by the name juuku who recently dropped another vibed out remix. Juuku’s latest flip is of Yetep single ‘Gravity’. The artist took an already majestic track and brought some ethereal synthesis to compliment the original vocal. We are stoked to bring this artist to you here first.
Future bass fans around the world rejoice because this Slow Magic remix of Manila Killa’s debut EP ‘1993’ is a combination we can’t get enough of. With his debut headlining tour around the corner, Manila Killa is showing no signs of stopping down. To learn more about Manila Killa’s upcoming tour, visit, www.manilakilla.com. Dive in below:
Rising producer Vincent is back with a stunning 5-track debut EP called For You, out now via acclaimed imprint PRMD Music. The Canadian has gradually become a household name within the dance music space, lauded for his catchy, trap-influenced productions and endearing stage presence. For You is a major moment in this young artist’s career, as he prepares for his debut national headlining tour in conjunction with his EP release. Read what he had to say and stream the EP below:
“The goal for this EP was to create something deeper than a simple collection of songs – an intimate record with meaning and depth, told through melody and lyrics cohesively. The majority of the vocalists & I wrote our feelings into stories together in my apartment. We shared similar experiences that weighed on our hearts so it was easy to write from occurrences we’ve both lived through rather than create situations we’ve never experienced. I believe these moments are the backbone of this record – situations shared between people with one side hiding their emotions. The music tells the side of the story of those who might be too timid to vocalize their emotions to another person. My hope is that anyone listening to the record may connect to any of the emotions shared throughout. Maybe someone will resonate with the stories or feel like they’re living in a parallel situation, and use this as a method to tell the other person how they feel.” – Vincent
Mumbai, India based producer 32Stitches is back with his most energetic release to date. Known primarily for his uplifting future bass tunes, 32Stitches has elected to give Illenium’s “Take You Down” a bass-heavy facelift, showcasing his ability to produce with a more forceful energy than fans are used to hearing from him. Here’s what he had to say about the thought process behind his latest remix: “The edit came to me very naturally as Illenium has been an inspiration to me since the day I first heard him, and I read the story Illenium shared behind this track and I could connect to it so much emotionally. The track’s drop has a different sound direction than the original so it could easily fit bass dominating sets, keeping the original emotion intact” – 32Stitches