The newest installment from John Dahlback is finally upon up, this time featuring vocals from Andy P. John is certainly a busy man. After making enough marks on the electronic music world and establishing himself as one of the latest and greatest progressive house producers of our time, he decided to go even further and start his own label. “You’re In My Heart” from Dahlback’s Mutant Records fits into many different genres. Progressive melodies and that phat rolling bassline are all signature characteristics of the standard JD track. Pick this and the Promise Land remix up on Beatport.
This magical progressive track has been floating through the blogosphere with nobility and mystery. Climbing all the way to the #1 Hype Machine spot, “Magic Dream” is an epic display of beautiful chords and melodies. Unclear about the origin of the track, many people were calling this one “Morphine” by Avicii. It is still not definitively confirmed yet, but regardless of who did it, we are glad. It does sound a lot like an Avicii track, but I am convinced that it lacks certain features that Tim would normally present. Enjoy the magic!
Cott, who is apparently Feed Me‘s long time tour assistant, is the topic of his newest mau5trap release “Cott’s Face.” The track is more on the electro side of things, which I think he does just as well as his dubstep tunes. Many fans have been anxiously waiting for this release to drop, so I don’t doubt that it will destroy the Top 10 like usual. Pick this up on Beatport as a part of the Meowingtons Hax Tour Trax compilation. Party time.
Dutch newcomers Baskerville have recently released a brand new EP on Secure Recordings called “Devil’s Town.” Gaining support and airplay from Tiesto on his Club Life radio show, “Leecher” is nothing short of addictive. A very well produced track from this new duo. We will definitely be excited to hear more soon! Grab the rest of the EP on Beatport.
Our buddies over at Wantickets.com sent us some exclusive footage of 2 brand new tracks from 12th Planet. Both were debuted at the Music Box when he played there last Saturday night. Check out the videos below!
Additionally, you may or may not have heard a new Skrillex track called “Right Here.” We first heard this track at EDC Las Vegas, but it is actually Sonny’s remix of “Just Believe” by InContext! Since he only uses samples from the original track, I’m sure it will be referred to as both titles. Get your grime on.
Two things are truly clear at this point. First, moombahton is here to stay. Second, Dillon Francis has finally emerged as a breakout producer and is praised by the masses. Some hate it and some love it, but the moombah summer vibes are contagious. Just yesterday, Diplo’s Mad Decent label had a huge block party on the streets of LA. With a larger than expected turnout, it was clear that the kids wanted more. This remix Dillon did for Chase & Status is a perfect showcase of moombahcore. Dubbed “his favorite remix that he has ever done,” “Hitz” touches the surface of many different genres. I could definitely get used to this noise.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen OVERWERK (Edmond Huszar) from Ontario, Canada crush out an awesome remix. If you remember a while back, we posted a version he did of Wolfgang’s “Space Junk.” It is hard to make a nearly perfect track even better, but somehow this kid adds tons of class to tracks that are already huge. I love the big progressive builds in this one, but his electro style is what brings it all together. It’s also great when he chooses to throw in his signature Daft Punk sample that says “Over Work It.” OVERWERK is already a hit with everyone, but what manner of stupifying ear love can he conjure up next?