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Bog Gigantic’s Brighter Future was a big old body of work, and its remixes have been treated with no less impact. Among the vast run of remodes, Oakland’s Krane goes in heavy here, but there’s a pretty solid balance of textured production prowess and uplifting composure that makes his an undisputed standout moment of the remix package.

Crankdat‘s meteoric rise to stardom has been pretty incredible. Dude knows how to put on a show and future bass fans around the world have been quick to catch on. “Dollars” is his debut solo original and it’s pretty clear to me that he’s on the road to becoming a festival favorite. Next time you’re with your friends, make sure to play this song LOUD – it’s a worthy candidate for an end-of-the-summer anthem.

It’s a strange and scary time in the U.S. right now. While social unrest and chaos rage on, I’m sure I’m not the only one turning to music for healing and inspiration. It helps that artists like Kai Straw are making music with positivity being the central theme. “Supernova,” is powerful and moving, utilizing some clever songwriting and a plethora of uplifting electronic elements to lay down a subtle message of perseverance. We’re proud to have this premiere and excited to share his thought process as it pertains to his new single, “This is what he had to say about his newest singleThere was a time in my life when I wanted to kill myself; when every breath I took felt unearned.  But now, years later, I feel the opposite.  And I wanted to capture that feeling in a song – to bottle my sunshine for someone else.  Something with sort of – boundless, positive, hopeful energy.”

No surprise to see San Holo blowing up all over the country these days with his unique music and cutting-edge ear for innovative sounds. It’s gotta be hard to improve a song that was borderline perfect but with his remix of “The Future,” Wingtip has at least done it justice. Producers and DJs commonly say they’d like to “take their fans on a musical journey,” but all cheesy sayings aside, this song does exactly that and manages to cover a wide spectrum of human emotions throughout. Save some time at the end of your day today to enjoy this one.

LIOHN’s inaugural releases have seen the young Swedish newcomer test and trial a whole heap of different sounds. Back on his more comfortable urban beat after the release of his debut EP, ‘Bone App The Beat’ shows a more playful side to his output whilst also showcasing how good the 20-year-old producer is at crafting limb-shaking beats.

Pretty intense new single from JOHN.k and Ricky Remedy on my radar today. “GOLD” is chock-full of future bass vibes and showcases the wide range of talents that this collaborative duo encompasses. Here’s what they had to say below:
When I heard Ricky was nearby working on his new EP for Mad Decent, I got in my car and just showed up to the studio unannounced. When we linked up, he had mentioned one particular song called “Gold” that was his favorite tracks that he made but he couldn’t find the right vocals to pair with it.  The rest is history. – JOHN.k

I first made the track like 3 years ago when I was in an awkward space in my early career in EDM. I knew that it was huge but I just didn’t have the right writers around me at the time, to actually create the song I wanted but the time e was so huge by itself I felt like I needed to put it out. But when Johnny came up with his version I immediately took it down from my SoundCloud because I knew this was the angle the song needed to go.  – Ricky Remedy