Last month, Sweater Beats teamed up with More Giraffes for a bubbly single titled “Playground.” Returning with another silky original, Sweater Beats has unveiled “Take Me To Eterna” featuring German songstress Ruuth. “Take Me To Eterna” beautifully mixes elements of pop, electronic, and rock as wavy guitar melodies and acidic synth lines swirl into a trippy future bass euphoria. Sweater Beats has crafted yet another instant and infectious vibe. Stream “Take Me To Etera” below.
Sweater Beats – Take Me To Eterna (feat. Ruuth) | Stream
Laxcity has built a reputation for blowing the minds of any listener that comes across his art. His music creates endless soundscapes that leave the mind begging for discovery. With creative juices pumping out of his pores, the producer has dropped off his Purity EP. The six-track project offers a journey through imagination. Evoking the day-dreamer in us all, this extended play will be stuck in your head for time to come. Stream Laxcity’s breathtaking Purity EP below.
Just mere weeks ago, Wave Racer made his grand return with “AUTO,” his first release in more than two years. Making his mark with yet another stunning single, “Summer Rain” serves as the debut release for newly formed Astral People Recordings. With his second single of the year tied to the launch of the co-op based independent label, “Summer Rain” officially kicks off a new chapter in Wave Racer’s career.
Enlisting the eclectic flow of Australian hip-hop artist Kwame, Wave Racer dives into the ultra-textured maximalist sounds that first made him an icon in the future bass genre. Catchy and wonky in all the right ways, “Summer Rain” shines with its brilliant, unique soundscapes and refreshing take on future hip-hop that lacks conformity. Wave Racer is back and he’s at the top of his game. Stream Wave Racer’s shiny new single “Summer Rain” via Astral People Recordings below.
I am unspeakably lucky to be creating and releasing music again, and to be doing it with the very same team that has been with me since day one is such a privilege. As managers, Astral People took me from my bedroom to global audiences, and have had the faith and fortitude to stick with me through each and every challenge that has presented itself over the last six years. – Wave Racer
Luca Lush is here to provide the soundtrack for the gorgeous Summer weather. In his first installment of his new Lush Safari mix series, Luca Lush drops the vibiest of vibes in this hour-long mixtape. He describes it as, “Lush future bass for the baes and the bois.” And that’s exactly what we get.
While fans may have grown accustomed to Flux Pavilion dropping some incredibly filthy tunes, lately the bass producer seems to be embracing his melodic side. Following his recent feels-inducing singles “Lions Gate” and “Room To Fall,” Flux Pavilion is once again taking us on a stunning feels trip with his latest single “Somebody Else” featuring GLNNA. Different from his OG dubstep sound, “Somebody Else” hits beautifully with GLNNA’s voice soaring high over pulsating melodies with future bass elements. Take a listen below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Marshmello – some people love him, others don’t. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, it’s undeniable that the masked artist has massively influenced the electronic music scene. He and his team have always done things their way, and it’s admirable that regardless of the criticism they receive, they continue to push forward and expand the Marshmello brand to be much More Than Music, the aptly named artist spotlight series they released on YouTube in anticipation of the release of Joytime III.
Serving as the third in Marshmello’s Joytime album series, Joytime III features solo songs as well as notable collaborations with Slushii, Crankdat, TYNAN, and Wiwek. The 13-track project includes previously released hits “Rescue Me” with A Day To Remember and “Room To Fall” with Flux Pavilion and Elohim and ranges from future bass to trap and bass. This is Marshmello’s finest collection of tracks to date. Stream Marshmello’s impressive Joytime III album below.
When I think of Slushii, I’m typically transported to a space of levity and wonder. This is the exact feelings I had while listening to his latest single “Far Away” out via Monstercat. Entranced by his consistently addictive melodies, the song builds into a propulsion of melodic bass and vocals that will take fans to a faraway place. Slushii’s passion really shows on this track, leading it to be a natural earworm for all listeners. Check out Slushii’s brand new single “Far Away” below.
Justice Skolnik has been on quite a roll this year, and it feels like we never stop writing about him. The streak continues as the California producer just dropped a flawless debut Bliss EP to top off his incredible year. Consisting of six tracks including his previously released singles “Cameras” with Jeremy Zucker, “Sunshine” with Will Jay, “Wildside” with Sarah Reeves, the project offers three new tracks for fans to fall in love with. Stream Justice Skolnik’s sparkling new Bliss EP below.
It’s been over two years since Wave Racer has graced us with new music but today he’s back with a brand new single “AUTO.” Unleashing an updated version of his signature sound, “AUTO” opens with a bubbly intro before igniting into a wickedly fun anthem of endlessly pure vibes that longtime fans will appreciate. Stream “AUTO” below and keep your eyes peeled for news of new Wave Racer music.
Quickly following the release of the first single from his highly anticipated Joytime III album, Marshmello has delivered another monstrous cross-genre single. A massive collaboration with Flux Pavilion and Elohim, “Room To Fall” is a feels inducing future bass anthem with soaring vocals and a fun drop that is sure to fit nicely in the middle of Marshmello and Flux Pavilion’s sets. Prepare for Joytime III’s release on July 3rd and stream “Room To Fall” below.
Marshmello X Flux Pavilion – Room To Fall (feat. Elohim) | Stream
2019 is the year of the comeback. Already this year, we’ve seen releases from the likes of Flume, Dog Blood, and Madeon, and now, one more artist has added his name to the list. It’s been years since we’ve heard from Australian future bass producer Wave Racer but he’s just announced his grand return. With his first social media post in over two years, Wave Racer has shared the artwork for his upcoming untitled debut album. Ryan Hemsworth confirmed in a reply that the project will be an album. The project will mark his first since his 2015 Flash Drive EP. Check out Wave Racer’s tweet below and be on the lookout for more news regarding his upcoming album.