NGHTMRE and ZHU are two of dance music’s most beloved and unique acts, so seeing the two on the same track is exciting. This week their anticipated new collaboration, “Man’s First Inhibition” is slated for release for Friday and will feature vocalist Kidd Keem. Check out NGHTMRE’s announcement on Twitter below and start getting hyped for the official drop.
Today Desert Hearts have announced the return of their City Hearts Festival concept to Downtown Los Angeles, where they’ll conjure the magic of their flagship desert festival within the urban locale over two days, November 9-10. The event will take over the iconic grounds of Father Serra Park—one of Downtown’s oldest and lushest parks, just steps away from Union Station.
City Hearts debuted in 2017, where the day-into-night affair transformed LA into a pocket of House, Techno, and Love filled with colorful people, performers, live art installations, and Desert Hearts’ signature festival production. The tradition continues in 2019, but will be expanded over two-days, with each packing in a robust slate of musical programming.
The Desert Hearts Crew of Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs, and Porky welcome a wide range of world-class selectors and extended family to join them for the weekend. The lineup is topped by Turbo boss TIGA, UK stalwarts Patrick Topping and wAFF, and Hot Creations’ Nathan Barato. Top tier billing continues with Kate Simko, Andreas Henneberg, LA legend Doc Martin, and venerable Desert Hearts Records family members and Percomaniacs bosses Lubelski and Rybo.
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I was very high on Midnight Pool Party’s MOTIONS EP back when it dropped in May. Now the Australian duo have released 5 new remixes of the EP and Run the Trap readers are getting the first listen. RTT readers should already be familiar with Dugong Jr. and LEFTI, but don’t sleep on the remixes from Anoraak, Bohkeh, and Charlie Crown. The remixes compliment the breezy feel of the originals all while allowing each artist to add their own flavor. My personal favorite is the nudisco take from Anoraak on “Slide” but have a listen to the whole package below and drop a comment to let us know which one is your favorite.
12th Planet recently had long-time collaborator and friend Skrillex on his Swamplex radio show for its one-year anniversary. The two discussed a variety of topics, but perhaps most importantly the OWSLA label head’s plans for upcoming releases. Not only did Skrillex say he was working on a few ‘bangers’ that would be released very soon, but that also his music coming towards the end of the year will be telling a story. While we can’t share the audio from the conversation, check out a thread on r/skrillex below and start getting excited for some new Skrillex heat.
Borgeous has decided to push a project to showcase the toughest bits and sounds echoed in his live sets of today. His latest musical tear is intended to meet the tougher bass styles of dance music, giving fans an intense change of pace. When we talk about his Lights Out EP, all we can really say is the four-track project will leave you hanging on by your jaws. If you’re into high-octane power and infinite intensity spurts, then this release is right up your alley. Stream Borgeous’ Lights Out EP below.
I usually put a lot of focus on music with crossover appeal, but I’ve always loved playing out the hard stuff in my sets. So I decided to make an EP of records that I get excited to play out and put into my live edits. – Borgeous
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.
Good Times Ahead, formerly known as GTA, have just dropped off their newest musical venture. Their Good Times Bad Times project will leave more than a smile on the faces of their decorative fanbase. For many, this collection of tracks deliver various flavors the duo is known for. Unlimited vibes, genres, and creativity can be found in these twelve tracks that simply unlock the diversity Good Times Ahead consistently offers. Though, to more than the average fan, this compilation brings forward some of the acts most long-awaited IDs. Over the years, Good Times Ahead has never been shy to test out unreleased material in their sets and releases like this make the wait all worth it. Including their previously released collaborations with Diplo and Flosstradamus, the mixtape also features a wild remix of Dog Blood’s “4 Mind.” Stream Good Times Ahead’s Good Times Bas Times at HARD Summer mixtape below.
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Experienced managers will lean on each other in instances of disaster administration around psychological well being to search out ways to navigate everybody via. This is often not only the inventive & professional lifetime of the artist in crisis but also the households, the well being and justice systems and the media also have to be managed. It … Read More
Over the course of seven years, Stööki Sound has continued to deliver inventive bass music to our eardrums time and time again. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, as the UK group has officially announced their split today on social media. As you’ll read below, the two members have been carving out their own individual lanes, so while it’s sad to see Stooki Sound come to an end, we’re excited to see where they go from here.
Thank you to every single one of you who has supported us and helped create such a memorable 7 years. We love you all!! Stööki Sound signing out pic.twitter.com/wrzjma7iov
This isn’t the first time I’ve written about Shiftee and it certainly won’t be the last. The man is a genius at making smooth r&b/pop hits and his latest offering is the same. He teams up with vocalist Liana Banks for a future r&b jam that’s great for your pool party or bbq. Check it out below to see what’s good.
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.