For all those late nights, early mornings and every bit of ridiculousness in between, we got a bit of everything comin’ at you for this weekend’s playlist.
Progressive / Big Room
First up this new Mat Zo is completely banging from start to finish. The young Above & Beyond protege has shown glimpses of greatness before, such as on last year’s bomb of a track ‘Superman’ but this new Bipolar EP really shows him maturing as a producer into a certified baller. Each track has its own vibe, but they all feature a common balance between melodic progressive elements and heavy hitting drops; a combination that adds up to dancefloor gold. My personal two favorites are Ring On It and the title track Bipolar, but honestly the whole EP is worth your money, check out the previews below:
download: Adam K & Soha – Twilight (Original Mix)
Simple in the best way possible, this next track is a straightforward hands-in-the-air anthem reminiscent of some of avicii’s best.
Tommy Trash x Moguai = big room madness
Cali duo No Body continuing to get better and better as their tracks seem to be getting bigger and bigger.
download: Mercer – Vaquesso (No Body Remix)
The Deep End
Somebody suggested this track to me the other day, and let me say it is the ABSOLUTE JAM. I know it’s not brand new so some of you might already have it, but for those of you who don’t i recommend downloading it before you even finish reading this paragraph. The way it builds over the 7 minutes from the throbbing bass-filled beat at the start into the piano splashed anthem status at the end is utterly incredible.
Sultry, midnight deepness – play at your own caution, this track has been known to promote total irresponsibility wherever it finds itself hopping out of speakers.
Melodic deep house + UK bass is pretty much a guarenteed recipe for success in our book. Londoners No Artificial Colours doing big tings on this one.
I was recently suggested Rodriguez Jr. by a friend, and upon checking him out every single track I’ve heard by him is absolutely amazing. This remix of the newest Tiger Stripes EP shows the hypnotic, incredibly-well-produced allure of his sound. Definitely a dude to pay attention to in the future.
Everything Else Under The Sun
A funkin’ throwback remix of Chromeo by Lifelike. Reminds me a lot of Grum.
download: Chromeo – Needy Girl (Lifelike Remix)
A classic remix of Jori Hulkkonen. I’ve always found the pulsing synth work here coupled with the surrealist vocal performance completely addictive.
We don’t often post rap, so when we do you should know there’s a reason we’re doing it: it’s really good. That’s the case with this next one which we got in our mailbox a couple weeks back. The beat is money and this dude has a pretty addictive flow, check him out, dudes about to blow up: Ramaj Eroc
Similar to the rap, we don’t post much dubstep unless we find it particularly good. For some reason I’m really digging this Gosteffects & Rule of Eight remix.
Is there a song Lone has ever made that’s not been mind-blowingly good?
download: Lone – Risttowe (Original Mix)
New Deadmau5. It’s catchy, you like it.
download: Deadmau5 – Maths (Original Mix)
Blende continues to impress here. All of his songs have a way of carefully building from a simple element in the beginning into a frenzy of addictive high energy electro. One of my favorite up-and-comers right now for sure.