Kaskade – Never Sleep Alone

Something a little different from progressive house mainstay Kaskade. Held in high regard by┬áthe EDM community, Kaskade has been part of the electronic music scene for a number of years now, forever changing his sound with archetype panache. ‘Never Sleep Alone’ lovingly follows this trend, with the aforesaid now adopting the latest hot genre in … Continue reading

Prizm – Perception

Trappy, electronic and experimental beats are the order of the day with Prizm’s new track ‘Perception’. What it lacks in outstanding vocals it truly makes up for in style. I really like how the piano and chord progression fades in. ‘Perception’ is the 2nd track from the French duo’s upcoming EP. Check it out.

Towkio – Involved Ft. Vic Mensa (Prod. Kaytranada)

So what genre does this fit into? A rap base, with a sprinkling of dance, a groovy bassline and dreamy synths… we’re not sure. Either way, ‘Involved’ a must listen. Add a splash of Vic Mensa and we’re met with a clean yet gritty hip-hop electro track. Check it out.

Martin Garrix – Forbidden Voices [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Young superstar Martin Garrix leaves big room for something a little bit more experimental. After the stupidly successful ‘Animals’, Garrix has been (some may say cynically) churning out big room after big room release. This approach may have brought huge success, and although I am certainly not adverse to the odd prog-house track, it most … Continue reading

Madeon – You’re On ft. Kyan (Oliver Remix)

We’re loving Madeon’s latest release, along with the news of an upcoming debut album later this year! I’m really pleased ‘You’re On’ has been gaining the mainstream success it deserves from the likes of Radio 1. As usual, Oliver adds a little more funk to the track with a huge echoing drum beat and lovely … Continue reading

Madeon – You’re On (ft. Kyan)

A whole lot of funk from young French producer Madeon. ‘You’re On’ just screams Madeon – distinctive bass is juxtaposed with futuristic synths that have an almost tropical vibe to them, creating something which is inherently funky and dancy. Though, from the standpoint of originality, I personally prefer his previous release of ‘Imperium’, there is … Continue reading