I have been following The Brig for nearly a year now, after hearing his moombah-electro hybrid tune Firin’ My Lasers. This past week, he released his 3rd EP, aptly titled Bring It On. Just the fact that The Brig is able to release 3 EP’s in such a short amount of time speaks to his versatility and ingenuity as a producer. […]
Excision, Pegboard Nerds & Mayor Apeshit return with a fresh remix package of Bring The Madness.
Monstercat recently announced a new addition to their lineup that puts electronic music into a unique perspective. The mysterious Karma Fields explores the unity of sonic and visual reflections of themselves with their newest single “Build the Cities” featuring the intoxicating voice of Kerli, and the geometrical precision of animator Raven Kwok (aka Guo Ruiwen). Their […]
While my posts tend to generally feature bass-heavy music because I’m a total bass head, this week’s Electro House Wednesday is more shifted to the lighter side. There was some great progressive house that was released this week, but there was also Excision’s new collab with Space Laces. So this playlist will span a very […]
Haywyre's elegant chord arrangements construct a lucid narrative and weave a wide range of emotions from track to track. If you scroll through the comments on his soundcloud page you will notice that there's quite a few 'eargasms' and sense of euphoria.
Spoiler: Hardwell is the Worst.
Excision + Pegboard Nerds = Madness
Introducing our newest weekly post--it's about time!
The ability to tie sects of a subculture together, regardless of geographical differences, has allowed what were cultural microcosms to grow into international movements. Kids who used to be alienated by their unconventional music tastes because their towns didn't have anyone like them can now join digital communities and toss theories about upcoming album releases across the world in a comment thread.
Kasbo, one of the newest on Monstercat, released his first taste of future bass for the label, which they promise is soon to change. The track, “Kaleidoscope” brings a more electronic side to the genre, with scintillating synths and uplifting bass lines. Powerful, yet simple piano chords lead throughout and shine in a small breakdown, […]
This Tuesday, I considered featuring the recent collab “Where You Been?” from Trap dream team Antiserum, Mayhem, & Gent & Jawns, but it has one glaring problem: It sounds the same as all their previous releases. It’s becoming a real problem in the Trap genre right now. We keep hearing the same sounds, the same beat […]