Since debuting the track live Ultra and Miami Music Week earlier this year, fans have patiently waited for Skrillex and Boys Noize‘s highly-anticipated Ty Dolla $ign collaboration “Midnight Hour.” The track, which is not part of their collaborative Dog Blood project, has been especially teased for weeks and was even leaked early on Beatport. Fans can now rest easy knowing that “Midnight Hour” officially has a release date. Skrillex took to Twitter to announce that “Midnight Hour” will be dropping on Thursday, August 29th. Get ready for the hottest collaboration of the summer.
After releasing his second edit pack that featured his infamous “Arcus X Innerbloom” edit earlier this month, graves is back and adding a fresh collaboration with up and coming producer Bishu to his diverse catalog of music. An angst-filled single that blurs the lines with emo driven vocals and electronic synths, “Tear Me Apart” is the kind of track that you leave on repeat and sing at the top of your lungs. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
When it comes to navigating through the murky areas of the underground trap scene, no one does it better than the original trap don UZ. A true pioneer for trap music, the Quality Goods Records label head has established himself as a dependable tastemaker with superior turntablist skills. Ready to end the summer with a bang, UZ is back with his aptly titled new single “Bang Bang.” A lesson in contrasts, “Bang Bang” is a hypnotizing banger with layers of synths and relentless drum patterns that morph as the track progresses. This single marks that first time that that label head has recorded himself scratching on a track which we hope to see more of in future releases. Watch the trippy visuals for the track and stream “Bang Bang” below.
Luis Crucet‘s two-year-long hiatus has ended. His newest single “Mist” is a mesmerizing, futuristic journey. With uplifting chords, luscious saws, and airy vocal chops, “Mist” is everything we want out of a soothing indie track. Whether it’s your last beach day of the summer or a rainy Sunday morning, “Mist” is perfect for setting the chill vibe. Stream it for yourself below.
Following their sizzling collaboration with Zeds Dead, bitbird duo DROELOE are ready to explore our bad habits with their latest single “Virtual Friends.” An observation of today’s technology-driven world where everyone lives to be on their phones, “Virtual Friends” puts DROELOE’s production skills on full display with driving synths and melodic waves. Keep an eye out for DROELOE’s third EP A Promise Is Made, which is the final chapter in their past, present and future EP series, out on October 11th and stream “Virtual Friends” below.
A match made in melodic heaven, Adventure Club and Said The Sky‘s highly anticipated collaboration “Already Know” is perfect for listeners looking to embrace their inner feels. As Caly Bevier’s vocals float over a stream of gorgeous melodies, “Already Know” really hits its stride as Adventure Club and Said The Sky weave their production skills together for a glorious bass-heavy drop that pulls at your heartstrings. Stream “Already Know” below.
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It seems as though all of our favorite producers are bringing out their best before the close of the decade. 2019 has seen revivals from Dog Blood, Flume, Madeon, Cashmere Cat, and Wave Racer, with Mura Masa being the latest artist to make a comeback. The London-bred producer soared to new heights in 2017 following the release of his groundbreaking debut self-titled album, which featured A$AP Rocky, Charli XCX, and Desiigner. Since then, fans have patiently awaited his sophomore project and today shows the first sign of what’s to come.
Enlisting lo-fi singer-songwriter Clairo, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” is an ambitious blend of luscious indie verses and grungy-electronic choruses. Brilliantly crafted and ahead of its time, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” is unlike anything we’ve heard recently, yet still carries that Mura Masa stamp. Flush with wavy guitar melodies and emotional lyricism, Mura Masa and Clairo’s magnetic collaboration is instantly addictive and deserving of being played on repeat. Stream Mura Masa and Clairo’s infectious new single “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” below.
This is the beginning of rolling out a new direction for Mura Masa, which has a much heavier focus on band and guitar music. Punk and new wave is the music I grew up playing so it feels like an exciting return for me. I’m thrilled to debut this new sound with one of indie music’s most exciting and talented songwriting newcomers in Clairo. To me,
Carnage has presented us with his latest nightmare-fueled festival banger. “Holy Moly” enlists the talents of Terror Bass to craft this rowdy hard-trap record. The obnoxious 808 infusions on this track will send shivers down your spine as you are incapacitated by the echoes of Carnage and Terror Bass. This one’s ready to tear apart any dancefloor. Stream Carnage’s new single “Holy Moly” below.
There are some songs that are made strictly for summer, and Big Gigantic‘s new song “Friends” is definitely one of those songs. This funky new single combines a dance-forward beat, Dom’s always funky saxophone, and Ashe‘s dreamy voice into a song you’re going to want to savor the rest of the Summer with.
Amidst one of his busiest touring schedules to date, Jauz has still found the time to consistently pump out heaters, and his newest collaboration with DNMO is no exception. “Thunder” is brought to the forefront by a reggae-inspired vocal that sets the mood for the rest of the song. Controlled chaos in the form of bass-house, “Thunder” is out now for your enjoyment. Stream “Thunder” below.
If you’ve been to a SLANDER or Kompany show in the past few months, you’ve no doubt heard this collaboration. “Broken” is an emphatic new single that will have you singing along to FKNSYD’s every word before wanting to unleash a flurry of headbanging. Check out the full track below.