Denver based house duo Action 52 ventures into the G-house world with this super fun vocal driven remix of the Ludacris classic How Low. Being a huge fan of house musics more hip-hop inspired tracks this one will definitely be going directly into my own personal set list and is sure to light up any dance floor. With a super bouncy bass line and a bit of tweaking on the vocals this track rises and falls perfectly as Matty and Scott set the listener up for the energetic verses. Grab the free download below via the Action 52 Facebook page and head over to HypeM and heart this track!
Denver’s burgeoning house duo Need & Necessity returns today with their brand new original production entitled This Life, available now via Night Supply Records. This Life features a fun yet commanding bass line that is bouncy but heavy at the drop, the guys have a very airy feel on this track almost giving the listener that floating sensation we all so crave. With the addition of some seriously well selected vocals and perfectly applied filters the guys of Need & Necessity got it right with this adventure into the more tech side of house. This being their third release of 2014 already the guys have truly begun the year with a bang, be sure to grab the free download below and show the guys some love on their Facebook and Soundcloud pages!
Earlier this week, Bay Area underground veteran and Acid Crunk mastermind An-Ten-Nae dropped a fresh future bass remix of alt-J‘s new single, “Hunger Of The Pine.” It’s an exciting reworking of an already-great track that highlights the best elements of the song and uses them in an interesting way while bringing something new to the table in the form of An-Ten-Nae‘s signature bass sound. It’s dark, it’s bubbly, and it’s definitely alternative in more ways than one. This is not your typical dance remix.
In many ways, the remix follows the same structure as alt-J’s original version, including a climactic finish with horns and haunting vocals, but An-Ten-Nae does what he does best and adds a distinct bass-heavy twist throughout the entire track. It’s a slow track, but it packs a heavy punch and lots of energy. As always, An-Ten-Nae is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to creating truly unique bass music.
The remix master hailing from Atlanta, Treasure Fingers, is back at it again with a rare but much welcomed original production. Todays track entitled Honey Dip couldn’t be much more fun, including a humorous vocal sample and a plethora of equally interesting sounds and effects. Blurring the lines between a very upbeat house or nu-disco track and or a relaxed trap type track, regardles we are addicted to this original piece from Treasure Fingers. Big thanks to Treasure Fingers for providing us with yet another free download below, and be sure to check out his new tracks with Anna Lunoe and Motez also up on his Soundcloud.
Trap power house producer Branchez is back at it again with his newest release entitled Truth. Available for free download below Branchez has created another melodically exquisite track utilizing some great vocal samples and a clean hook that is sure to have you singing along. Building on his classic snare heavy style Branchez builds layer upon layer of vocals all complimented by a fun bouncy beat. Walking the line perfectly between intense and chilled out this track wont scare the neighbors but it will definitely get the dance floor moving.
Back in 2006, almost 10 years ago, Swedish DJ/producer Steve Angello released one of his most notable tracks called “Teasing Mr. Charlie”. The track is a true Acid House gem that highlights one of Angello’s favorite sounds in dance music. Just like the Swedish dance juggernaut, I too share a love for Acid House. It’s a sound that is both funky and grimy at the same time and in today’s dance music scene it isn’t a sound heard too often – though it does date back to the 1980s and 90s. Steve Angello, throughout his career, has made it known that he has a strong love for Acid House, though it’s a little disappointing that he hasn’t dropped a track of that style in quite some time. Have no fear – Sebjak and Tony Senghore are here to put a fresh twist on a House classic.
After a massive start to the year with releases “Raveline” and “We Are” both released on Ultra Records, Swedish DJ/ producer Sebjak, alongside Tony Senghore, have created a very special remix of Steve Angello’s Size Records release “Teasing Mr Charlie” available as a free download. The remix is bigger, bolder, and louder as Sebjak and Tony Senghore add their energized Big Room feel for an absolute dance floor destroyer.
If you check out some of Sebjak’s releases, like “Raveline” and “We Are” above, you’ll see he has a BIG sound. Falling somewhere between Big Room and Progressive, with a true ravey feel and elements of Acid House throughout, he’s got a formula that is both unique and hard-hitting. Already marking himself out as one of the most exciting new talents to come out of Sweden, a country synonymous with producing some of the world’s biggest dance music stars, Sebjak is now making an impression on a much larger scale. Having signed an exclusive deal with Ultra Records, Sebjak is focusing on working with his fellow Swedes – Steve Angello and AN21 on “GODS” and Jaz Von D on “Into The Wild”, both which featured in Sebjak’s guest mix for Steve Angello’s residency show on BBC Radio 1.
Check out the track and keep an eye on this rising star!