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  1. Giuseppe Ottaviani is hands down one of the most talented producers in any Electronic Genre, but specifically the trance spectrum. Ottaviani is back with an absolutely INSANE tune, “Legacy”, out on John O' Callaghan's Subculture Recordings. Subculture is capping off its anthem-packed 2017 run by welcoming Mr. Ottaviani back to its ranks. As with his ‘Crossing The post Giuseppe Ottaviani Drops Absolute Titan Of A Tune With Latest Release, “Legacy” appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  2. BROHUG have been bringing the heat hard and fast this year, with over a dozen singles and remixes this year alone. Taking inspiration from a wide range of musical styles and incorporating these in to their own unique sound, BROHUG have been one of the driving forces this year in terms of innovative music. As well The post BROHUG drops a dance floor “Ambush” appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  3. Dion Timmer is one of the youngest producers in the game right now. At the fresh age of 18, Timmer has already made a lasting name for himself. With the help from his mentor, Excision, Timmer has paved his way through the bass music scene with multiple hits, insane collaborations, playing notable festivals like Lost The post Dion Timmer Drops Infectious New Track “Cyan” appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  4. Gent & Jawns has been a very present figure in the EDM world for awhile now. He has produced countless tracks that we all still enjoy and hear djs play out today. Recently the talented producer/dj dropped a captivating new single entitled ‘The Meaning' via Monstercat. The track is a culmination of epic proportions, with The post Gent & Jawns Drops Fresh New Future Trap Single ‘The Meaning’ appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  5. If you’re any sort of basshead, you know that Doctor P dropped his massive remix of Zomboy’s “Rotten” today. Like many of Doctor P’s bass heavy creations, this one has an incredible ebb and flow to it, bringing you in and spitting you back out again as you headbang ferociously at the rail. Check it out below. As you know, Doctor P isn’t the only one who has dropped a remix so far. You can also hear SVDDEN DEATH’s remix of “Biterz,” premiered here on Your EDM, and Habstrakt’s remix of “Saints & Sinners.” But what hasn’t been revealed yet was the full remix EP tracklist… until now. Take a look at the full tracklist below, and get ready for the whole thing to drop this Friday, November 10! Pre-save on Spotify here. Rott N’ Roll Pt. 1: Remixed Track-List 1. Zomboy – Biterz (SVDDEN DEATH Remix) 2. Zomboy – Biterz (Gent & Jawns Remix) 3. Zomboy – Young & Dangerous Ft. Kato (Party Thieves & Tre Sera Remix) 4. Zomboy – Young & Dangerous Ft. Kato (Gentlemens Club Remix) 5. Zomboy – Rotten Ft. Bok Nero (Doctor P Remix) 6. Zomboy – Rotten Ft. Bok Nero (Trolley Snatcha Remix) 7. Zomboy – Saints & Sinners (Eliminate Remix) 8. Zomboy – Saints & Sinners (Habstrakt Remix) This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Doctor P Drops Zomboy Remix, & Check Out The Tracklist For The Full ‘Rott N’ Roll’ Remix EP Source: YourEDM
  6. For HYTE’s 24 hour rave on New Year’s Eve at Funkhaus in Berlin, two rooms featuring all shades of Techno will be covered. Monoloc, Gregor Tresher, Pan-Pot, Andrea Oliva, Adam Beyer, Tale of Us, Loco Dice, Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz and Chris Liebing will all play in room one. Meanwhile, the second space will be taken care of by Confidns, Gheist live, Modig, Deniro, Bjarki live, Steve Rachmad, wAFF, Yaya, Ferro, Alex & Digby, Enzo Siragusa and Dewalta. Below, check out the official timetable for this not to be missed event. 31 December | HYTE NYE Berlin 2017 | Tickets | Funkhaus, Berlin The post HYTE Drops Timetable For 24 Hour Berlin NYE Celebration appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  7. For HYTE’s 24 hour rave on New Year’s Eve at Funkhaus in Berlin, two rooms featuring all shades of Techno will be covered. Monoloc, Gregor Tresher, Pan-Pot, Andrea Oliva, Adam Beyer, Tale of Us, Loco Dice, Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz and Chris Liebing will all play in room one. Meanwhile, the second space will be taken care of by Confidns, Gheist live, Modig, Deniro, Bjarki live, Steve Rachmad, wAFF, Yaya, Ferro, Alex & Digby, Enzo Siragusa and Dewalta. Below, check out the official timetable for this not to be missed event. 31 December | HYTE NYE Berlin 2017 | Tickets | Funkhaus, Berlin The post HYTE Drops Timetable For 24 Hour Berlin NYE Celebration appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  8. Friday night saw the LA music community come together for a wonderful three-hour ceremony to celebrate the life of Linkin Park’s recently deceased lead singer Chester Bennington. Among the many A-list celebrity performers was a close friend and collaborator of the band, Steve Aoki. Previously, Steve Aoki put out his mashup/remix “Darker Than The Light That Never Bleeds (Chester Forever Steve Aoki Remix),” but now he’s back with a proper remix to celebrate the life of the iconic musician. The new remix is Steve Aoki’s take on “One More Light,” the titular track from the band’s seventh studio album. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Steve Aoki Drops Linkin Park Remix For “One More Light” Dedicated To Chester Bennington Source: Your EDM
  9. Well, the internet is probably going to go crazy over this. Porter Robinson just revealed in a tweet that he has a new project in the works called Virtual Self, and he just dropped the project’s debut single, “Eon Break.” This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Porter Robinson Announces New Project & Drops First Single Source: Your EDM
  10. What So Not has been playing out some unexpected and unreleased fire for crowds during his recent shows — and this new ID below sounds absolutely wild! The trap god’s last EP, Divide & Conquer was unleashed on us just over a year ago and completely shattered every expectation we had. From the sounds of it, What So Not hasn’t let up with his productions, as he continues to master his craft and completely wow us exponentially with every release. This new ID builds on everything we love about WSN, with a beautiful lead up and accompanying vocals before it explodes into a bold drop pattern featuring the producer’s signature, indescribable sound. It doesn’t go as hard (so to speak) as what we’ve heard with Divide & Conquer, but there’s something about the softer side of What So Not that sounds so sweet. No word on when we’ll get an official version of this, so if you want to experience it live check out What So Not on tour! What So Not – ID Let’s check that out again from another view because this ID is simply stunning… This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: What So Not Drops Crazy New ID During Recent Shows [WATCH] Source: Your EDM
  11. Looks like we’ll be getting two new Marshmello tracks in the next week… First up, tomorrow, we’ll be getting “Me & You” featuring Marshmello’s own vocals. Of course we’ve heard him on the mic, but how about in the studio? We’ll know soon enough… But another collaboration that fans have been waiting for is the one with Selena Gomez. Thankfully, the Disney star turned pop sensation has just revealed the release date and title of the single: “Wolves” is coming October 25. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Selena Gomez Drops Release Date & Title Of Marshmello Collab Source: Your EDM
  12. Noya always knows how to blend melodic sounds and epic bass lines for the perfect blend of soundscapes and rhythm. This tune, dubbed “Man In Black,” is nothing short of the aforementioned dynamic. Sit back, close your eyes, and fold into a state of nothingness as Noya takes you on a journey of bass and melodies. Noya based in the Northeast is gearing up for a ton of new music through Warpaint Records and the next 12 months looks to be an onslaught of music and bass for our enjoyment. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Noya Drops Free Download, “Man In Black” and it is FIRE Source: Your EDM
  13. Skrillex and Ronny J recently dropped a massive remix for Ekali & Denzel Curry’s “Babylon,” which was already following up Skrillex’s massive remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble.” In fact, Skrillex has been on an absolute tear in the second half of this year… but we’re not here to talk about Skrillex. Right now, we want to direct your attention to Party Thieves who just put out a savage edit to the remix. Whereas Skrillex’s remix relies on a slow and methodic bass rhythm, Party Thieves bumps up the tempo into jackin’ house territory and it turns into a wild dance party. In fact, Party Thieves goes through a variety of tempos in his edit, giving the track more versatility and a definite upgrade for the dance floor. Check it out below!   Image via MY Media Sydney This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Party Thieves Drops Massive Edit To Skrillex & Ronny J’s Remix Of Ekali & Denzel Curry’s “Babylon” Source: Your EDM
  14. Last night, Snails slyly revealed the tracklist for his debut album, The Shell. However, before the night was over, he promised more exciting news for fans; unfortunately, the surprise was delayed until this morning, but it’s now public! Pre-orders for the album are now open, and his new single with Waka Flocka Flame, “WFSU,” is now available via Spotify and SoundCloud (below). The single, which stands for “We Fuck Shit Up,” is perhaps the most Snails-esque track the producer has ever released. The drop is literally just his signature vomit bass, without a tone, with an LFO. It would be interesting to see how this song would go down live, as for now it just seems like a fun exercise in sound design. That being said, Flocka’s verses are sure to give some variety to the album. In addition to the new single, The Shell available for pre-order is now via iTunes. It’s out Friday, October 20. Photo via Brian Hesley Photography This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Snails Drops New Single With Waka Flocka & Opens Up Pre-Orders On Debut Album Source: Your EDM
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  16. Without question one of the foremost influences on electronic music production over the last three decades, this month marks Oliver Lieb’s return as L.S.G. Having lit the path with his remixed/re-mastered/re-released ‘Netherworld’ (“one of the most iconic trance and progressive singles in existence” – Dancing Astronaut) last month, August sees the German legend drop his first official studio long-player in 15 years. Something of an album recluse since 2002’s ‘The Hive’, as it’s title infers ‘Double Vision’ is a graphic, sonic demonstration of the two divergent halves of Lieb’s musical psyche. A past-master in doing ‘different’ (and well before it became established practice), this album puts into the sharpest of perspectives the two poles-apart sides of Oliver Lieb’s musical mind. It’s out on August 14th and available to pre-order now here: https://www.beatport.com/release/double-vision/2074010   Throughout its frontend, the album cruises & arcs through a world of coolly glacial grooves, zephyr-ish melodies and epic soundscapes, all bound together with the mellowest of drama. The second half sees him shift focus to the clubfloor, supplying ‘Double Vision’ with drum punch and floor verve through its eleven 4/4-based killers. ‘Seven Worlds’, which raises ‘Double Vision’s curtain is a beat-less slice to appetite-whetting/scene-setting ambient overture. Through ‘Escape The Gravity’, downtempo kick-drums arrive, quickly followed by an epic 10 minutes of bass & breaks driven culture in the form of ‘Vapor’. Alongside its 8-bit bleeps, breaks also lie at the heart of ‘Spotter’, before the album becomes deeper and more pacific with ‘Passion’. Matters take a turn for the galactic as ‘Suborbital’ lifts it up, while the live-sounding hi-hats and all-round twisted dynamism of ‘Tipsy Flower’ bring a distinctly eclectic edge to it. ‘Perfect Blue’, which closes out ‘Double Vision’s first act, summons Blade Runner-ish imagery, before its slowed-up drum ‘n’ bass rhythms, squelchy FX and cursive synths wrestle control. From the warped pitch of its very first synth, ‘Domino’ lets you know you’ve arrived on different sonic ground. On CD2 Oliver begins to flex more floor muscle, as the pressing shuffle of percussion and 4/4 timecodes resonate. ‘Whiteout’ brings the album a contemporary edge, full of swi rling harmonic pads and subtly gated synthery. ‘Cepheid’ and ‘Freakwaves’ are tech-touched cuts both, with their recursive beats, entrancing FX elements and nagging synths, all awash with an gothic ether. ‘Little Wing’ offers a brief ambient interval, which segues into the fascinatingly dystopian ‘Aviation’. ‘Colours Of Noise’ provides a master class in synth serration and measured distortion, while ‘Your Love’ comes fully equipped with beautifully defined bass, reverb-heavy percs and FX-frayed vocal intrigue. ‘When It’s Dark Outside’ is a fantastic display of proggy tech, doomy LFO and percussive hiss, countered by measured harmonics. ‘Input’ meanwhile arcs to the stratosphere. Showcasing some expert modulation, it’s backed by its scudding, stormy beats. The epic ‘Supercycle’ rounds up this extraordinary album with a deep groove, stabbed synths and next-level FX, all driven by potent drum resource. L.S.G. – Double Vision – Tracklist: CD 1 – Vision 1 1° Seven Worlds 2° Escape The Gravity 3° Vapor 4° Spotter 5° Passion 6° Suborbital 7° Tipsy Flower 8° Perfect Blue CD 2 – Vision 2 1° Domino 2° Whiteout 3° Cepheid 4° Freakwaves 5° Little Wing 6° Aviation 7° Colors Of Noise 8° Your Love Is 9° When It’s Dark Outside 10° Input 11° Supercycle The post 15 years on, Oliver Lieb drops debut L.S.G album – Double Vision appeared first on Trance Hub.
  17. Without question one of the foremost influences on electronic music production over the last three decades, this month marks Oliver Lieb’s return as L.S.G. Having lit the path with his remixed/re-mastered/re-released ‘Netherworld’ (“one of the most iconic trance and progressive singles in existence” – Dancing Astronaut) last month, August sees the German legend drop his first official studio long-player in 15 years. Something of an album recluse since 2002’s ‘The Hive’, as it’s title infers ‘Double Vision’ is a graphic, sonic demonstration of the two divergent halves of Lieb’s musical psyche. A past-master in doing ‘different’ (and well before it became established practice), this album puts into the sharpest of perspectives the two poles-apart sides of Oliver Lieb’s musical mind. It’s out on August 14th and available to pre-order now here: https://www.beatport.com/release/double-vision/2074010   Throughout its frontend, the album cruises & arcs through a world of coolly glacial grooves, zephyr-ish melodies and epic soundscapes, all bound together with the mellowest of drama. The second half sees him shift focus to the clubfloor, supplying ‘Double Vision’ with drum punch and floor verve through its eleven 4/4-based killers. ‘Seven Worlds’, which raises ‘Double Vision’s curtain is a beat-less slice to appetite-whetting/scene-setting ambient overture. Through ‘Escape The Gravity’, downtempo kick-drums arrive, quickly followed by an epic 10 minutes of bass & breaks driven culture in the form of ‘Vapor’. Alongside its 8-bit bleeps, breaks also lie at the heart of ‘Spotter’, before the album becomes deeper and more pacific with ‘Passion’. Matters take a turn for the galactic as ‘Suborbital’ lifts it up, while the live-sounding hi-hats and all-round twisted dynamism of ‘Tipsy Flower’ bring a distinctly eclectic edge to it. ‘Perfect Blue’, which closes out ‘Double Vision’s first act, summons Blade Runner-ish imagery, before its slowed-up drum ‘n’ bass rhythms, squelchy FX and cursive synths wrestle control. From the warped pitch of its very first synth, ‘Domino’ lets you know you’ve arrived on different sonic ground. On CD2 Oliver begins to flex more floor muscle, as the pressing shuffle of percussion and 4/4 timecodes resonate. ‘Whiteout’ brings the album a contemporary edge, full of swi rling harmonic pads and subtly gated synthery. ‘Cepheid’ and ‘Freakwaves’ are tech-touched cuts both, with their recursive beats, entrancing FX elements and nagging synths, all awash with an gothic ether. ‘Little Wing’ offers a brief ambient interval, which segues into the fascinatingly dystopian ‘Aviation’. ‘Colours Of Noise’ provides a master class in synth serration and measured distortion, while ‘Your Love’ comes fully equipped with beautifully defined bass, reverb-heavy percs and FX-frayed vocal intrigue. ‘When It’s Dark Outside’ is a fantastic display of proggy tech, doomy LFO and percussive hiss, countered by measured harmonics. ‘Input’ meanwhile arcs to the stratosphere. Showcasing some expert modulation, it’s backed by its scudding, stormy beats. The epic ‘Supercycle’ rounds up this extraordinary album with a deep groove, stabbed synths and next-level FX, all driven by potent drum resource. L.S.G. – Double Vision – Tracklist: CD 1 – Vision 1 1° Seven Worlds 2° Escape The Gravity 3° Vapor 4° Spotter 5° Passion 6° Suborbital 7° Tipsy Flower 8° Perfect Blue CD 2 – Vision 2 1° Domino 2° Whiteout 3° Cepheid 4° Freakwaves 5° Little Wing 6° Aviation 7° Colors Of Noise 8° Your Love Is 9° When It’s Dark Outside 10° Input 11° Supercycle The post 15 years on, Oliver Lieb drops debut L.S.G album – Double Vision appeared first on Trance Hub. Source: Trance News
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