Future House Friday is sending you a range of sound through these four fresh remixes
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Say bye-bye to the "Gecko" sound.
Nowadays in dance music, there is one fundamental element missing in almost every track. The Groove. You know, that thing that actually wants to make you dance? Fortunately, the tracks selected for this week have enough to groove to more than make up for it. Lucas&Steve give us their take on Sick Individuals “Wasting Moonlight” In […]
For this week’s installment of Future House Fridays, I dug deep into the trenches of SoundCloud to find some unique sounding tracks. Due to the success of artists such as Oliver Heldens and Tchami, the amount of Future/Deep house tracks artists are putting out is staggering. Normally this is okay, but I am seeing WAY […]
One thing that never ceases to amaze me about the dance music explosion is its global reach. Two years ago, when dance music first started to explode in the US. they’re were maybe a handful of artists that I would call talented. Now, soundcloud is absolutely littered with talent, with up and coming artists coming […]
Welcome back to Future House Fridays. Yes, I realize today is Sunday. But, I wanted to make sure I was showcasing only the very best releases from the past 2 weeks, so there you are. Hunter Siegel’s Newest Release on Size is a Most Hear. Hunter Siegel is by no means a newcomer to the […]
Here at The Electronic Current, our goal is to find the “next-generation” of producers, and Leston is the epitome of that. Hailing from Budapest, Hungary, Leston has released a slew of future house remixes, such as “Reach Out” which we featured last week. Today, we are happy to present you with his remix of Kieza’s “Hideaway” […]
It has been awhile since I’ve done a weekly post talking about new music, as “Melbourne Bounce Mondays” stopped bouncing from my hard drive to the internet towards the end of May. The only real reason I can give as to why I stopped writing about Melbourne Bounce is that I just wasn’t passionate about […]
These days, it seems as though a new festival is popping up every other weekend, with most of their lineups consisting of bland Big Room artists, and no real distinguishing features. However, this past weekend, ClubGlow and SteezPromo set the bar for how a midsize festival should be run. I set out towards Baltimore around […]
This past weekend I made my pilgrimage down to Electric Daisy Carnival (you can check out my full run down of it here). While inside the speedway, I spent a good portion of my time at my favorite stage by far, Neon Garden, which featured dozens of techno, tech house, and deep house legends. Although I […]