Upcoming NYC underground artist Jam No Peanut releases his latest video titled “Trappin“.
I have pretty much checked out of the EDM hotel but when I got this remix in my inbox I was impressed. VAVO and RXTRO teamed up to take a great topline from Hardwell and Dannic’s “Survivors” to new heights. Both of these talented groups are making waves and seeing lots of support in the DJ circuit. If you haven’t heard of these guys before, now is your chance to check out the other records they have to offer.
Hardwell & Dannic – Survivors (RXTRO X VAVO Remix) | Download |
Boogie down Bronx artist, DEENO just released a new track called “Jumbo” available on Youtube. The song definitely hits a nice 90’s tone, filmed in Bronx, NY and Miami, FL with a dope beat produced by a brother named Esco that reminds me of something that Guru or Nas would spit on. The song is storytelling at its finest, speaking on what DEENO sees, feels and thinks while having confidence, a nice “I’m the man” sound in his voice that many artist need to show when they say they’re the best. If you wanna hear more heat from DEENO follow his Instagram, @deenomusic and his Twitter, @__deeno__.
Spinnin’ Records has made some of the biggest developments in the electronic dance community and no one can deny that. What they have done with Cheat Codes over the past year has been remarkable and some of the best music came from this collaboration. The two parties latest offering is a remix EP of Cheat Codes & Dante Klein’s “Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)” Remix EP OUT NOW wherever music is sold. The remix has a little bit of everything for you to enjoy. In the remix EP we got Curbi, Swanky Tunes, Lost Stories & Crossnaders, and Mokita. My favorite is the Mokita remix due solely to that chorus melody and the sound design of that synth. The vibe creates an upbeat vibe that didn’t really exist in the original. Grab the pack below and make sure to follow all parties for more!
If you haven’t heard, the Sex Tour has started and fortunate for you there are tickets left. Don’t wait though, they will disappear. Check for your city here
23 years ago yesterday (11/23/1993) Snoop Dogg released his classic studio debut album Doggystyle on Death Row Records. Produced by Dr. Dre, Warren G and Daz Dillinger, this highly anticipated album followed after the footsteps of Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, it continued the new “G-Funk” sound with samples of Zapp, Parliament Funkadelic, Blowfly and many more artist while sticking to the gangster rap style lyricism. It was one of Death Row Records greatest releases, selling 18 million units in total. Now there was some behind the scene drama with this album, Dr. Dre is credited as sole producer of Doggystyle but in fact also had production work from Warren G and Daz Dillinger. Dre allegedly paid Suge Knight, head of Death Row Records a large sum of money to put his and his name only on Doggystyle. Salute to Snoop Dogg for his impact in Rap and Hip-Hop
Taking a step away from his tribal house roots, Marcos Carnaval has teamed up with Latin Grammy Award Winner Paulo Jeveaux for a new four-track EP Radio. This EP is full of groovy and melodic basslines, sultry vocals, and deep vibes.
The first song “What U Need” featuring Jamar Rogers kicks off the EP in a strong way. Using soft and enticing vocals mixed with light house sounds makes for a wallowing experience as the sounds surround you. The next song “I Swear” featuring Tati Vidal, goes in the same direction as the first. Vidal’s soft and embracing vocals draw the listener in and gives them a more dance-able track with the rolling deep house synths. The groove is alive and well in this one making it the star-track of the EP.
The third song of the EP is “Summer Solstice” with Donny Marano featuring Tania Marissa. This one is the most upbeat and radio friendly of the songs. Again he uses rolling deep house synths but combines them with cheering vocals rather than softer ones. Piano keys also back the drop and the lyrics making this a great feel-good song which embraces the summer song that Marcos is in the middle of down in Brazil. The final song of the EP is “You Make Me Feel” which again features Jamar Rogers. This is the deepest of the four songs and has a more dutch or American house sound. The deep key strokes which roll with the repeating lyrics makes this the most friendly song for us who are Stateside. This one has a kind of Oliver Heldens or older Don Diablo vibe to it.
The EP is out now via Tommy Boy Entertainment and you can grab it on all major outlets. Radio has already received support from Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclair, and others so you know that this is something good and going to be well-received from all over. So check out the full thing now down below and get lost in the depths of this stellar EP.
Marcos Carnaval & Paulo Jeveaux – Radio EP | Download |