Our boy Trunkz is back with another beast track! I first posted his phenomenal Comptine d’Un Autre Eté a year ago, and he’s followed it up with other epic productions. Now he’s back with a more traditional dubstep drop, but it’s not any less cinematic or sweeping. This producer definitely has a flair for the dramatic.
This uplifting progressive track launched today, and all I can say is wow. Take a listen; you’ll feel it.
I’ve been in the festival spirit lately, so how ’bout a throwback? This launched back in 2010, yet I’m obsessing. I’m absolutely in love with the way Dragonette’s vocals standout against the subtle melody Kaskade constructs. The fact that Sultan & Ned Shepard remixed this is just the cherry on top.
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Sound Remedy is the sh*t. And he proves himself once again with his latest track entitled Liberation. This will give you chills as it explodes through the speakers.
Added bonus: Here’s a remix he did of Daughter’s Medicine.
The Knocks have a knack for bright, upbeat tunes. This track, released today, features soulful vocals from fellow Brooklyn-based St. Lucia.
Hardwell dropped this track at Ultra and since then, it’s absolutely blown up. Lucky Date isolates Amba Shepherd’s breathy vocals and re-works the build-up, making you practically beg for the drop- which is harder hitting than the original. Lucky Date’s magic touch has tweaked Apollo in all the right ways, making this track a grade A banger.
The Czech’s up and coming Maneo launched several tracks recently, but there was one in particular which really caught my eye. Inside Out is a lovely, little-known progressive tune with emotive chords that dance around a melodic bassline. Maneo; reaching your speakers just in time for the weekend.