OWSLA Releases Their Highly Anticipated Compilation Album “HOWSLA”
An album so highly anticipated, even Skrillex couldn’t contain himself, HOWSLA is out now. A play-on to the word House, this new compilation album on OWSLA is all bout the styles of House Music. From Chris Lake’s Beatport topping Tech House tune Operator to the exciting new Bass House collab of Skrillex and HabstraktChicken Soup and the drum-filled Tribal House track Fuerza by Tony Quattro. They included a wide and diverse selection of songs that have the soul of House shaped into the new era of today. Check out the tracks below!
Ray Volpe Shares His Highly Anticipated Remix Of Marshmello’s “Ritual”
Once upon a time Marshmello dropped a colossal dubstep remix of his anthem “Ritual” featuring Wrabel that caught the bass community’s attention immediately. Well, soon after the snippet of its debut began to spread, word got out that Ray Volpe was the mastermind behind the bass beast and today the highly anticipated remix has been made public for our listening pleasure. Bubbly, feel-good original turned fierce dubstep behemoth. Better than the original? That’s for you to decide!
Marshmello – Ritual ft. Wrabel (Ray Volpe Remix) |
Wow man. This album is incredible from start to finish. Some of you will remember a few of these tracks, but the new ones are absolutely incredible. The first single “Let Go Of The Wheel” will bring you in with the songwriting and send you into the sky with the drop. What more could you ask for on a beautiful Friday. Next up we have their collaboration with Morgan Page titled “Real Life.” When it comes to poewrful records with strong verses, this will be the perfect example.
Los Angeles singer, songwriter MOONZz is quickly changing the landscape that bridges electronic and popular music. I have caught the virus and I can’t stop listening to these records. Obviously, “Anything You Want” is my favorite record and I have stated that in previous posts. That being said, each of these songs has something unique to offer. You can feel MOONZz on each record and that is honesty to the art. I hold that higher than anything else. Please grab this EP and tell your friends about her impeccable performance.
Zomboy Surprises Fans With Highly Anticipated Single, “Invaders”
Dubstep has and will always be our first love here at TSS, so we will continue to get excited when there is a new release from those how helped us fall in love with the genre. Especially when it’s a track of the caliber of “Invaders.”
For those who don’t know, this monster is one of the most anticipated tracks of Zomboy‘s discography with bassheads waiting over a year for its release. Freshly released on Never Say Die Black Label XXL, he wait is finally over!
Kenn Colt Releases Highly Anticipated Single “Sanctify”
Kenn Colt returns to the site with his next chart topping single “Sanctify”. This follows his impressive single “Feels Like A River” that dropped a couple months ago on Warner Music Group. This new one shows that Kenn Colt is here to stay. You will see this one circle the group topping all the radio charts. Grab your copy below and make sure to add this one to your summer playlist on Spotify.
It’s been a long, hot summer, and the wait for Top Dawg Entertainment’s newest project is finally over. Last night, ScHoolboy Q dropped Blank Face, his fourth, and dare we say best, studio album. Featuring an impressive collection of appearances (Kanye West, Anderson .Paak, Vince Staples, Jadakiss, and others), Q’s new album is his most refined sound yet. In terms of production, content, and thought, Blank Face presents a polished, concentrated message about today’s black America, and a host of astute secondary messages. It’s Q’s finest album to date, and one of a slew of great releases from TDE this year.
Check it out on Spotify below, and grab it on Apple Music here.
Kryder Releases His Highly Anticipated Track “Crocodile Tears”
As we inch closer to festival season, it’s time to hear some uplifting melodic bangers. Kryder certainly has produced one out now via Axtone titled Crocodile Tears. This oddly-named track isn’t the usual groovy tribal House tune that you can expect from the London native. This time he’s produced a tune that has a bigroom/progressive House tune that has one of the best melodies of 2016. Kryder is such a diverse producer who also kills it as a DJ.