Showing posts with label HOUSE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HOUSE. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Afrojack ft. Wrabel - Ten Feet Tall (Brito Remix)


Electro is completely hit-or-miss now, and has been for probably a couple, maybe few years... Brito makes the kind that hits. Take his new remix of Afrojack & Wrabel's "Ten Feet Tall". It's simple, really. It's classic. It's perfect. It makes me feel like this kind of music still stands a chance. Take a listen below and let us know what you think. Can you still feel it?



Friday, April 11, 2014

Shwann - Katana (3rd Prototype Remix)


Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmnnnnnnn......

OK. So yeah, you know Shwann's been plugging us with nonstop electro hit after hit. Today's no different really, it's just he's giving us a remix of his killer "Katana" from 3rd Prototype. Do I need to say anything more? The Polish duo really fucked this one. It's like 10x as bloody as the original. Shit.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Drop Vol. 2


Gonna give you list of tracks that i have found and think they are really good. Check them out and find new artists. Different sections will be dedicated to the various genres.




House: Lets start this off with House music and all its amazing sub genres. We got Deep, Bass, Garage, Disco, and everything in between.


Trap: We got some very Trappy music for you. Variations of the genre are all represented here.

Bass: We Got you if your into Dubstep, Drum n Bass, or just Bass music. Even some Glitch Hop for you. Enjoy!     
Hip Hop: Here we have some underground Hip Hop for you to enjoy. Make sure to cop that Flatbush Zombies track though!

BRAND NEW: Case & Point - All On Me (feat. Gamble & Burke)


Few things about "All On Me". First, this is about as new as tracks get -- the Case & Point dudes literally dropped this one off less than an hour ago. Second, when listening, you can definitely feel that it's festival season and you can tell that Case & Point are ready for it... & third, Gamble & Burke are perhaps the perfect feature for a big progressive house anthem like this. Their lyrics provide a real depth and perspective to the song while still effectively making the track the well-rounded single it is. Enjoy "All On Me" below!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Sabrina Signs & Lenny Ruckus - Higher


If this is the first time you're hearing of Sabrina Signs, you're in trouble. She's about to steal your heart away from you. But only for a few good minutes! Listen up.

Sabrina Signs is a singer/songwriter from San Jose who co-produces these MASSIVE progressive-electro house tunes with her comrade Lenny Ruckus. Together these two make straight fire. Like, take one legit peruse through her SoundCloud...it's a steady stream of hits. So dope!

Check out their latest together, "Higher", below. It's freaking radical.

DON'T MISS: Syn Cole - Miami 82 (Zeiner Remix)


Honestly the first thing I noticed about Zeiner was his logo. That shit is tight! But then I pressed play on a couple things of his and was like, "Gaddamn... This dude's gooooood."

Below you will find his super rockin' remix of Syn Cole's "Miami 82" that came out on Avicii's cool label LE7ELS. It's a spectacular remix, extremely triumphant in its progressive chords. You'll definitely be hearing this one more as festival season arrives. Free download available at Zeiner's Facebook... Enjoy it!

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Mike Gao & C Plus - Feel To Be Real


Just got official word that Mike Gao and C Plus have teamed up for a 4-song collaborative EP due out later this month! 

The two apparently recorded the upcoming release within 3 days while tucked off in the Hillcrest area of San Diego, feeding off the sunny beach vibes and other natural stimulants to create a new sound that combines both the Migamo and Plus Money styles into something fresh, relevant, and different from their normal offerings. 

The 4-song trip rides out with influences ranging from smooth jazz to hyphy, future-beat scene to real trap, and even splices in elements of early funk records as well as house music. 

"It's just different..." describes Plus.

Listen to the first offering "Feel To Be Real" below.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Robin Thicke ft. Pharrell - Wanna Love You Girl (Shoe Scene Symphony Remix)


You guys remember Shoe Scene Symphony? We shared their super duper funky mix of Outkast's "Miss Jackson" last month and have been patiently waiting for the next thing... Fortunately for us, we didn't have to wait too long at all cuz earlier this week they dropped a new remix of Robin Thicke & Pharrell's not-"Blurred Lines". Their remix of "Wanna Love You Girl" stays true their perfect nu disco, indie house sound. Push play below.

DON'T MISS: Passion Pit - Moth's Wings (Artec Remix)


Yup it's an Artec remix! Yo I've been wanting a good Passion Pit mix to play with for a minute now, just wondering who it's gonna be that'll deliver a dope one. And yup, it's from our boy. And yup, it's way awesome. Enjoy guys!

BRAND NEW: Harrys & Fly + Shwann - Manhunt (Shwann VIP Hard Remix)


In appreciation of the massive support for his recent collab with Harrys & Fly, our good friend Shwann smashed out a free VIP Hard Mix, that features a tough-as-nails drop with a hands-in-the-air breakdown. Both the original and remixes of "Manhunt" are available now on Beatport via Peakhour Music. Have fun!

TILT Weekend Round-up #4 w/ Sharkoffs, Cats Hero, BEARSOHMY, Marian Hill, NAIMAH & more...


Oooookay... Damn. I got a lot of music built up yo. Pretty much just gonna drop everything below, so feel free to go right ahead. But man, in the last couple weeks the music game has been smackin'. Sharkoffs got a new one. You gotta hear this kid Cats Hero -- he's the next big Ed Banger type (you know what I mean). BEARSOHMY was another radical discovery, and his remix of A$AP Rocky's "Goldie" you will die for. Marian Hill's in here, whom we've been spotlighting via their amazing "One Time" remix by Imanos... And a fresh LA face in the indie-pop realm, NAIMAH, you just can't miss. 

Hope you guys enjoy all the music we post -- feel free to drop a comment letting us know we're awesome or we're shit (we don't take things personally over here) -- & as always, have a good weekend!



Wednesday, April 2, 2014

BRAND NEW: The Golden Pony - Filthy Lover


Everyone's familiar with these weirdos above who call themselves The Golden Pony right? Good. Well then you'll be very excited to know these two young Brooklyn-based hoodlums have just released a brand new original tune called "Filthy Lover", which you can find below...



If you're as obsessed with the vocal as I am, this is how it came about... 

"After creating the music for 'Filthy Lover', we thought a Chanty/Cheerleader kind of vocal would work nice, like in that 80's track that goes 'Hey Mickey you're so fine you blow my mind'... To flush the idea out we tried recording our own vocals and pitching them way up, which ended up sounding like a mix between a little kid and a transvestite. We thought this worked nicely in a weird way, so we left them in!"

Can't not love these guys!

Monday, March 31, 2014

DON'T MISS: Ellie Goulding - Burn (Gryffin Remix)


I'm sitting here right now like, what the hell am I supposed to write that can possibly do this remix justice? I've heard thousands of remixes of Ellie Goulding, hundreds of remixes of "Burn" in particular... How can I really make it known that this one is special? Truth is, I don't think I can. You're gonna have to trust me and play this one out.



The remixer is Dan Griffith, who produces under the name Gryffin. He's a super fresh name, and all we really know is that he's coming out of NYC. The above remix is actually only the second thing he's published on his SoundCloud. Check out his debut remix of John Newman's "Love Me Again" too, below. We've definitely got our eye on this guy so hopefully we'll be back with more soon!

Fugitives - The Escape EP

Born in Los Angeles, Fugitives are becoming a dance club name. Tracks that range from Moombahton, Dubstep, and House music and the versatility of the productions keeps going. Fugitives have received much support from various touring DJ's and have even begun to tour in events across the country. Fugitives will give you a taste of their style with every tune and never leave out the epic builds and drops. 

Their first official release on Dance & Romance titled "The Escape" mixes House with a festival friendly sound.   


Fugitives have had many releases and here are some of their other tunes from their soundcloud.


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

BRAND NEW: Shwann - Katana (UMF 2014 Freebie)


Yo! Alright so if you're familiar with our man Shwann, which is highly likely by now, you'll know the man makes hit after hit, but also collabs with all the best and rarely shoots one off on his own. The Samurai DJ is all on his own with this one "Katana" though. It's the perfect weapon for DJs, and I'm sure he knows it and I'm guessing that's why he named this one how he did. Slice 'em open and push play below!

Monday, March 24, 2014

TILT Spotlight: Gazzo


I've been saying this for a minute now to myself, but I think it's time I made this statement public...

Gazzo is that new King of Electro House.

For real though. I don't wanna squish him into one genre like that because his sounds are surely diversified, but I've been around for a minute y'all. Since the blogosphere popped off back when you guys were first hearing Justice's Cross, we were crowning guys like Skrillex and Zedd and Clockwork respective Kings... Well, now it's Gazzo's turn. You'll see.

Below are a few of his latest things.

TILT PREMIERE: Boy Manik - Flatlined


(artwork by Tony Christ)

Ahhh, yes... The new one from Boy Manik is finally here. Keeping up with his slew of free original singles is "Flatlined", a true massacre of a dance track. It's definitely made for ravers and the later parts of nights out. The harder-style house is emphasized by the gigantic synths Boy Manik uses and the feeling you get is somewhat anxious and tense in a way I can only compare to something like Justice's "Stress"... See for yourself by pushing play on the dance tune below.

Friday, March 21, 2014

BRAND NEW: Housing Corp - '96 and Forever


If you guys have been following TILT this year, you're aware of the name Housing Corp, the winning production team of Nick van Tiel and Skygro. The dudes are fired up right now as they should be as they're gearing up to play Baby's All Right tomorrow night in Brooklyn. To get those lucky East Coasters who will be able to attend as excited as they are, they let loose a freebie called "'96 and Forever" that's seriously fucking cool. Turn it up! & if you're in the New York area tomorrow, be sure to stop by that show!

DON'T MISS: Guardate feat. Stan Sax - Downwind


To be completely honest with you, whoever happens to be reading this, I don't know shit about genres. It's my biggest downfall as a music journalist. I'm willing to acknowledge that. I remember when "moombah" first got big, then "trap", now it seems it's "deep house"... The deep house is everywhere now. 

I get the connections between the sounds and the name of the genre, but I don't get why everything has to fit into a box. I've always hated that. Most of the music I fuck with just sounds good, I don't care what it is. 

This brings me to my ultimate point here, with Guardate hands-down being one of the funkiest "deep house" producers I've ever come across. (Keep in mind, we're sent a shit ton of music, daily.) I dare say he's one of the best to do it. Take his latest "Downwind" original single featuring Stan Sax, for example. I wouldn't call this deep house, I'd call this fucking amazing. Go ahead.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

BRAND NEW: Tegan and Sara - Closer (Disco Dust Remix)


Leave it to TILT favorites Disco Dust to remix other TILT favorites Tegan and Sara. I'm smiling quite hugely right now. :)

Right around this time last month we introduced Disco Dust with their incredible single "Fractals & DMT". If you remember that, you'll know that Disco Dust is here to stay. They really turned it up a notch with this one, creating something I would assume is more for their live shows. It's sturdy in its deeper house progressions with their undeniable, more-indie flavor. This one came out perfect. Turn it up and let us know what you think!