This is not the first time these two giant have collided, their last collab “Realms”, rocketed over 1.8m streams alone and major radio support around the country. Insomniac is their new creation, you are introduced straight away to explosion of darkness. The drop, well…. just WOW! This just flips completely into a hard hitting festival banger. You can expect this high level of work with these two exceptional artists, you can stream Insomniac below.
STO CULTR have had a big year with releases Rush and now newly released Lion Mode. Creating an atmosphere that sets you into a relaxing trance, STO CULTR takes you on a journey through an amazing 3 minutes of heaven. Releasing again on UMG / ESL label Enter Records, you know its going to be one hell of a release 🙂 You can stream Lion Mode below:
L.A’s musical career began in October of 2017 with the release of her first single “SODA.” Now, almost a year later, she’s finally dropped her sophomore single “It’s A Party,” and it does not disappoint. Although, on it’s surface, the track seems like a typical party song, with a danceable future bass drop and catchy pop melodies, it’s lyrics reveal a deeper meaning. L.A uses “the party” as a way to explore themes of exclusion and inclusion: “It’s a party and you just weren’t invited, I tell myself over and over,” she sings.
Hoping to follow in the footsteps of the pop stars she idolized as a child, L.A, who’s real name is Lauren Cuskelly, has spent the last three years of her life studying music at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia. There, she’s worked hard: listening and creating, hoping to create a sound that’s uniquely hers. And she has. With “It’s A Party” she showcases that sound to the world; it’s the start of a long and exciting musical journey for the young artist.
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Indonesian DJ-producer Tomatow combines his danceable, tropical house style with soft, emotional songwriting on his latest collaborative track with Jfarr, “Meant To Say.” “I don’t want to see you go, you know I’ll always hold on,” LA singer-songwriter Jfarr sings, seemingly in a plea to his lover. The expressive vocal breakdown leads into a powerful dancehall-infused drop with chopped-up vocals and plucky synth chords.
Tomatow’s unique style has made him a well-known innovator of the dance pop genre. Although many of his earlier tracks explored different styles, in the last year Tomatow has dialed-in on his organic, tropical-inspired sound. It’s a switch that seems to have paid off, with releases like “Bandaid,” (also with Jfarr) reaching well over 600,000 plays on Spotify. With “Meant To Say,” Tomatow and Jfarr hope to replicate their previous successes together.
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“BEST BELIEVE” is the latest rap banger to come from Australian rapper STATEMENT. Over tight hip-hop drums and a booming 808 bass-line, the rapper lays down rhythmically and musically complex bars, playing off the beat’s dark energy. Lyrically, STATEMENT intended “BEST BELIEVE” to be a track of empowerment: “‘BEST BELIEVE’ is an anthem that depicts feeling your absolute best and that no one can get you down” he says.
From the beginning, STATEMENT’s goal has been to send a positive message with his music; and staying true to his motto has started to pay off for the young rapper. His previous tracks are quickly approaching the coveted 10,000 stream mark on Spotify, and he’s reached up to 11,000 listeners monthly across all of his tracks. With two other singles already released earlier this year, STATEMENT has set the stage for “BEST BELIEVE” to be a potential breakout song for him.
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Canadian DJ-producer ELPORT’s latest single “RYDA” with vocalist pablø is perfect for both the dance floor and casual listening. With the drop’s groovy house drums interacting perfectly with a powerful dance bass, even casual listeners will find it hard to stop themselves from nodding their head to the beat. Taking cues from the sounds of dancehall, ELPORT masterfully infuses organic plucks and forceful brass hits, creating the perfect mix of clubby house and catchy dancehall.
ELPORT’s already impressive instrumental production is enhanced by pablø’s smooth and radio-friendly vocals. “I’ll be your ‘RYDA,’ won’t you ride with me?” he asks, repeating the same phrase in each blissful chorus, and ringing in listener’s ears after. With “RYDA,” Toronto-based ELPORT shows that he deserves a spot as one of Canada’s largest DJ-producers.
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Chill electronic label Czech Vibes Sound has dropped its first official release, “Kinstugi” by Good Lee and Jade Alice. The emotional, yet empowering song features Good Lee’s signature organic sounds, similar to those commonly used by artists like ODESZA. Lyrically, Jade Alice’s vocals explore the theme of damage and recovery. The title, “Kinstugi,” reflects this theme well; it refers to the Japanese art of repairing broken ceramics, creating new works of art from “damaged” pieces.
According to Jade Alice, she was immediately inspired by Good Lee’s instrumental: “as soon as I heard Patrick’s track, I could feel every emotion he had put into it.” … “I really connected with this idea of healing, self-love, and forgiveness, of accepting our flaws and embracing them” Jade Alice says. The award-winning songwriting of Australian Jade Alice combined with the top-tier production of Austrian Good Lee is a recipe for success. “Kinstugi” makes this especially clear.
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BAER is a multicultural Pop artist based in Los Angeles. Born in Taiwan and partially raised in Canada, BAER’s music has a style that transcends cultural and stylistic boundaries. BAER left her home in Taiwan and moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of her dreams. She began working with notable vocal producer and songwriter David “DQ” Quiñones (Beyoncé, Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj, etc) and soon turned her bedroom into a pop hit factory, making her own songs with friends and vocal producing herself.
Teaming up with US singer / Songwriter JVZEL, the two have comfortably combined their two styles to create a soothing latino hip – hop release. JVZEL is proceeding quietly under the radar, as she continues to keep it interesting by creating art centred around self love & freedom, the two things that have propelled her this far. You can stream SALINA below.
“Salina” is a loose spanish slang word we created to mean ‘salty’ (the exact definition is a ‘big salt lake’). We wrote this song as an ode to our awesomeness, and how being confident in who you are will inevitably come with haters who are super ‘salina’! It’s a fun summer empowerment record. We filmed a music video where we enlisted a few other amazing empowered women, which will be released alongside the song.
DJ-producer 32Stitiches’ latest booming future bass production comes in the form of a remix for Los-Vegas based Lucchii’s single “Chosen Ones.” In a complete 180 from the original track’s industrial, hard trap sound, 32Stitches chooses to showcase the vocals with an open, pop centered production. The verses are kept relatively minimal, supporting the radio-friendly topline by Canadian singer “DAD.” The track builds to a euphoric peak in the drop, which features groovy drums and pulsing chords.
With the creativity shown in his “Chosen Ones” remix, it should come as no surprise that 32Stitches has over a million streams to his name, with tracks like “Are We There Yet” and “Olympus” earning him fans from around the world and with many of his tracks released with heavy-hitter labels like Sony, UMG and NCS. Additionally, he’s had the opportunity to tour the world as a DJ, performing his tracks live alongside superstars like San Holo and DROELOE. Part of a 4-track remix pack released by Music High Court, in this particular remix, 32Stitches shows us that he’s constantly changing and improving his own style with new creative productions.
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With massive retro synthesizers and gorgeous layers of vocal harmonies, Seersha’s latest single “Lecture Me” is the sonic embodiment of freedom. It should come as no surprise then, that her name, Seersha, or Saoirse, means “freedom” in Irish.
The track itself takes on a bitter-sweet tone. The 80’s influenced synth-pop sounds she uses gives listeners a relaxed, laid-back feeling, but Seersha’s soaring vocals tell a different story: “Is this what you wan’t, to crush my spirit?” Seersha sings. It’s this slight incongruence between instrumental and vocal that makes “Lecture Me” truly stand out from the crowd.
Just a few years ago, in 2016, Seersha was living in Nashville writing country songs for other artists. After deciding it was no longer for her, however, she made the daring move out of Music City and back home to Atlanta, where she wrote her first EP in just 3 weeks.
The EP quickly earned praise from some of the industry’s leading curators like Wonky Sensitive and yvynyl. But for the past two years there’s been nothing released under the Seersha alias, until now. With “Lecture Me,” Seersha makes her return in spectacular fashion.
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