Billboard Premieres New Fawks Single
“Say You Like It (Feat Medicienne)”
Available As Free Download on New Noise
Los Angeles, CA – Featuring the dark and seductive vocals of Medicienne, LA native Fawks delivers a techy house gem entitled “Say You Like It” on New Noise. Recently premiered on Billboard, this new single takes you underground with its deep techno vibes and sultry vocals.
Marking his second release on New Noise, Fawks continues his 2016 hot streak. Whether he’s creating high energy drum & bass productions like his official remix of Cash Cash and Sofia Reyes’ hit “How to Love,” or flexing his future house muscles on tracks like “No Sleep,” Fawks is a versatile producer on a mission. His first New Noise release, the YDG hybrid trap collaboration “Hold Up,” was premiered live on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show as his “Essential New Tune of The Week” and gained support from Steve Aoki, Borgore, Sidney Samson, and MAKJ, among others. Fawks has also successfully dipped his toes in the hip-hop game, flipping Keith Ape’s “It G Ma” and The Game and Skrillex’s “El Chapo” en route to a combined 715K streams on Soundcloud alone. His penchant for reworking popular hip-hop tracks hasn’t gone unnoticed, as his edits of tracks like Big Sean’s “Paradise” and Drake’s “Know Yourself” have received mixshow support from industry heavyweights Dyro, Jauz, and The Chainsmokers. Continue reading
OUT NOW “Here It Goes” by Chris Ramos, An Inspiring Single On Paving Your Own Way
STREAM ‘HERE IT GOES‘
As the latest track to release on the upcoming Emotions EP, “Here It Goes” by Chris Ramos is OUT NOW. With Chris lending his own vocals, the emotive track dazzles with rhythmic bass lines and atmospheric beats led by a heartfelt melody. “Here It Goes” tells an inspiring story of what it feels like to not fit in, letting it go and being yourself instead.
As Chris explains: “We’ve all been there. Pressure building up before that pinnacle moment in your life. A speech. A performance. A life-changing risk. “Here It Goes” addresses the fear we all feel when psyching ourselves out in front of that mirror before our big moment, and attacking it head on. At the end of the day, you need to live life to the fullest, face your inner demons and not look back. We’re not born to fit in, so be yourself and don’t refuse the opportunities life gives you. Continue reading
In celebration of the massive success of their current single, The Chainsmokers have unveiled a new remix package for their #1 hit “Closer” ft. Halsey. Available now via the above platforms, the package features reworkings of the song from R3hab, Shaun Frank, Wuki and Robotaki.
“Closer” is the duo’s third double-platinum single this year, following in the footsteps of “Don’t Let Me Down” ft. Daya and “Roses” ft. Rozes. “Closer” became their first track to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has held the position for 5 consecutive weeks. The track also currently reigns at #1 on the overall iTunes Top Songs chart, #1 in US Shazam tags & #1 in US Spotify (approaching 300 million streams globally). Continuing to climb the charts at radio, “Closer” ranks Top 5 at Pop & Top 15 for Rhythm airplay with over 100 million in combined audience. The track’s lyric video, directed by Rory Kramer, is approaching 300 million views to date. Continue reading
HI-LO & Chocolate Puma “Steam Train”
Out Now via HELDEEP
Following their much-loved collaboration Space Sheep earlier this year, Dutch house masters, Chocolate Puma team up with Oliver Heldens for their new track “Steam Train,” out now via HELDEEP Records. The track builds through layers of tribal drums and rolling grooves, metallic elements thumping as the energy builds – channeling some of that classic Marco V tech-trance sound. With the preview of “Steam Train” receiving 350,000 plays, it’s set to be another smash for this dream team pairing.
With his mad filthy basslines and swinging techy beats HI-LO is going to blow a lot of minds very soon. His killer bass house jam “Crank It Up” has only recently seen the light of the day, but is already being played by some heavyweights from different scenes like Diplo, Green Velvet, Flux Pavilion, Tiësto, Umek, Oliver Heldens, Kaskade and Knife Party to name a few. HI-LO is here to show them how it’s done, so prepare yourself for the bass invasion. Continue reading
ZEDS DEAD DEBUT VIDEO FOR DIPLO COLLABORATION
“BLAME (FEAT. ELLIPHANT)” VIA ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
NORTHERN LIGHTS DUE OUT OCTOBER 14 VIA DEADBEATS
Zeds Dead have unveiled a Chris Yee-directed video for their hit single “Blame” which is a collaboration with Diplo and Elliphant. Watch the animated video above and gear up for the release of their debut album Northern Lights via their own Deadbeats label.
Additionally, Zeds Dead will be embarking on The Northern Lights tour which follows their recent headlining performance at the legendary Red Rocks venue in Colorado and features a massive run of worldwide dates as well as a newly conceived stage show. Scroll down to view all of the tour dates.
Dash Berlin, Pierce Fulton, and Adam Scott recently manned the decks at
Glow at Echostage. Here are some of the HIGHLIGHTS:
Kyau & Albert, celebrating 20 years in the business and with their Euphonic label, played a solid set to fans at Coda Philadelphia on August 12. Adding to the celebration was the debut of their latest “Memory Lane” which is currently holding the coveted #1 trance spot on the Beatport charts!
Check out the HIGHLIGHTS from their show at Coda:
If you aren’t familiar with Bobby Puma yet, that’s about to change. The genre-defying DJ and producer from San Francisco is taking the dance music scene by storm this year with his tracks “Deeper Than Love” and then his hot collaboration with Tiesto, “Making Me Dizzy“. Now Bobby is back with yet another big-name track, this time a remix of Calvin Harris and Rihanna‘s hit “This is What You Came For“. Bobby’s interpretation adds a touch of electro and a growling bassline to the original, giving it a more club-friendly vibe.
Bobby Puma is not a producer whose sound is easily classified – he has proved his talent for versatility by varying his music from groovy progressive house, like “Deeper Than Love” or “Come Alive” to the electro-influenced, hard-hitting house of “Making Me Dizzy“. In the modern dance music scene, the dynamic ability to create innovative music that blurs lines between genres is essential to a producer’s success and longevity. Bobby Puma has proved that he has what it takes to become a major player in the industry, and legends like Chuckie and Tiesto believe it too. Bobby‘s remix of “This is What You Came For” is out now, so press play and get ready to hear a new take on a fan favorite.