Grinding with bass, potentially glass-shattering-bass, this track on Hysteria “Good Meet Evil, Evil Meet Good” by Anybody has an overload of potential to destroy festivals and clubs around the world. Anybody has gained major support from Dada Life. The Bingo Players have been playing this out track out lately, as it is their latest release on their label, Hysteria.
Knowing The Bingo Players style of releases (based on consistent history), this track has what most other tracks on Hysteria typically have- hard massive bass, crazy dutch infused bubbles/ dutch sounds, and a feel-good melodic break down. It released yesterday, Febraury 17th, 2014. Let us know what you think!
2014 will be Deorro’s biggest year to date. He has prepped tons of tracks, all in his Melbourne/ Dutch/ Pandafunk sound. It’s amazing how distinct his productions are from one another while all staying within the same genre. From remixes to originals to collaborations, Deorro’s identity (as far as sound) is easily distinguishable from the other producers that he collars with his identity in all of his collaborations.
He recently released an original track “Five Hours” on Avicii’s label LEV7LS. Deorro also dropped another ID in his back to back Beatport set with Borgore. He also has collabs with the following in the respect order of the tracks below: Steve Aoki, Steve Aoki and Diplo, and R3hab. The collaboration with Steve Aoki and Diplo is most likely called “Let’s Get Freaky”. When R3hab or Deorro drop their ID live, they tell the crowd take out their phones and flash their light in the air. This tactic builds the hype, making the drop much more climatic He also has an official remix for Cazzette coming out soon.
We wanted the unitedbydance community to be aware of such amazing and flawless productions by one of the most exciting producers in the Dutch/ Melbourne genre. We hope you’re all prepared for what has yet to come. Give us feedback on what you think!
R3hab relentlessly worked his way to be in the position that he’s in. R3hab’s original signature production sound we were all familiar with was filled with ‘bleeping’ dutch sounds. There was much controversy over whether or not he could step outside of his safe zone, whether or not he could break his sound barrier.
If you follow EDM religiously, you’d know how diverse his production style has become. From melodic progressive house, to trap, to massive hard electro house, he has made a major impact on the EDM scene already and will continue to do so.
This time, he took the typical electro sound and turned it into something funky, bouncy electro and named it “Android”. Once the clock hits the 42 second mark, he breaks the song down in a melodic anthem sounding synth. The grinding, gassy synth of the drop is similar to MAKJ’s remix to “Not Taking This No More” by Nervo and Ivan Gough. I hope you guys like the brand spanking new preview. Help build the hype. It’ll be released on Dim Mak on February 25th so prepare yourselves!
Not sure if many of you guys are aware of Borgore and Deorro’s Beatport back to back set, published on November 15th, 2013. They dropped a bunch of their unreleased tracks (at that date). As time gets closer to an official preview for this track, we figured we’d give you guys a heads up as per what’s ahead of us.
Borgore transitions into this track about 29:40 minutes into the set. This is a collaboration with Sikdope that’s been kept in his pocket for too long. We’ve anxiously been waiting for news on this one.
It’s heavy due it’s hard-style bass thrown in with a funky dutch synths over it. It will be 2014’s early festival killer, especially in “basspod” tents.
The hour of back-to-back music between Borgore and Deorro is 110% worth listening to. Like mentioned before, they drop tons of new music- a bunch that have yet to even be officially previewed. It’s most likely to be released on Buygore Records. Date and official preview TBA. Hope you guys like it!
Ivan Gough and Jebu are a couple of Australians who are no strangers to each other as we all know. They’ve collab’ed before a few times, most notably their monster bass-killing track “Kukatu”. This was Steve Angello’s secret weapon for quite a while until he released it.
Steve Angello and Size Records are preparing tons of new material that will be coming out soon enough, including originals, hidden gems, and crazy collaborations. A notable Steve Angello collab is with the #6 DJ’s in the world, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike.
This new track, “Noxu” is a drop filled with crazy energetic sounds. It drops once, leads to a bridge, and drops again with more sounds to fill the air. It’s a big-room sounding monster. There are signature Dannic sounds present; this song reminds me of “Blueprint” by Dannic, which is a huge track. “Noxu” is a ticking bomb and it’s set to release on February 24th so prepare for the explosion. It’ll be out on Size Records and Neon Records
P.S. – We gave you guys the official preview along with a live rip of the track. You can get an idea of the quality and depth of the production via the soundcloud link, while you can hear a more complete version of the track in lower quality on YouTube . Let us know what you think!
Alvaro gives away this re-make of Laidback Luke’s “Break The House Down” as a gift to his fans. Alvaro calls this a “tribute remix” to Laidback Luke and his style classic style. Typically Alvaro is known for his dirty dutch bleep sounds. He turns the original “Break the House Down” into something that has been exploding and breaking down every festival and club this track is played in. He stays true to the original by keeping some of the “bleeping” sounds the original track is known for. It’s a free track and is worth the download.
This remix is considered big-room electro. Alvaro refers to Laidback Luke’s big-room sounds from 2011 and 2012. A couple tracks that are similar in style are his single “My G*O*D” and his remix to Laura LaRue’s “Un, Deux, Trois”. Let us know what you guys think of the freebee!
Alvaro also previewed his latest upcoming collaboration with duo Glowinthedark called “Charged”. This is a huge dutch track, exactly what was expected coming from the producers involved. After only one day of going public on soundcloud, it reached 20,000 views. The banger will be released on February 17th, 2014 so prepare yourselves for what has yet to be released! It’ll be out on Power House Music. Crank these two tracks up.
Ryan Landis is as diverse as you can get when it comes to producers now-a-days. Coming fresh off of a remix with Robby Rivera of “Young Folks”, this American has a lot of potential. We love our home-bred producers here in the United States and take pride in them; Landis is one of the up comers with a lot of hope. He’s gained support from his huge collab with Corporate Slackers, “Smash” by Laidback Luke, MAKJ, Hardwell, etc.
“Dive” is an original track by Hot Mouth vs Nezzo feat Hope on the vocal aspect. Landis gives the track a bouncy feel by sticking to some of the original’s synths and chords. The electro synths are short and quick; so it fills the air with tons of energy. It will explode any atmosphere like a bottled up rocket. Bump this loudly and enjoy the bouncy electro-ness. Check out the other remix as well; it’s a crazy hard electro banger. They’re both out on Armada Music, available on Beatport so grab a copy today.
UZ is more than just a name. It’s the sound of assaulting hi-hats reminiscent of a sub machine gun. UZ’s popularity came with his mixtape entitled ‘TRAP SHIT’ to which he gained the support of many established DJ’s and label owners such as Mad Decent, OWSLA, BNR, SMOG, and Mau5trap. Over the past two years he has remained on top of his game and a staple of the trap scene.
His identity is relatively unknown and he performs live with his signature mask for festival crowds and clubs alike. He has laid back beats with on point percussion that will get anyone swaying back and forth. But don’t be fooled by his minimalist approach as he has a tendency to manipulate trippy samples and leave audiences in awe.
His new single with Aazar, “Shake”, is a small treat for fans who have been missing his addictive style. Flooded with rapid fire hi-hats, booming 808’s, and of course a vocal sample ‘Shake what your momma gave you!’ The music, the mask, the gun. UZ is more than a man, he is a cult following.
Who are the Futuristic Polar Bears you might ask? Hailing from Britain, they are Hardwell’s latest find. They are a British trio with tons of potential. Their soundcloud is definitely worth checking out. They have some hidden gems in their arsenal.
First premiered during Hardwell’s Tomorrowworld 2013 set in Atlanta, Georgia, tons of fans thought “Back To Earth” was a new Blasterjaxx track, or maybe their collaboration with Bassjackers (both duo’s have teased fans on social media networks about a collaboration underway). Hardwell debuted this as a recognized track in his “Hardwell On Air” Episode 151.
The breakdown is in a spine-chilling synth, leading to a melodic bridge. It fades away into a crazy build-up, and drops into a massive big-room electro festival killer. The bass sounds similar to Blasterjaxx’s signature bass, as seen in another one of their track’s, “Fifteen”, out on Revealed Records. This was another reason why loads of people thought it was a new Blasterjaxx track. It’s a major big-room electro banger and this trio needs more recognition. The track will be released on Revealed Records on February 3rd. Let us know what you think!
Laidback Luke is back with another smashing remix. Timeflies’ “All The Way” is given a jolly, dancey,-progressive Melbourne twist. This remix is a mixture of Luke’s classic style and his new Melbourne infused sounds. The classic synths are noticeable during the lyrics of the song. He swiftly transitions from the breakdown to the build-up, the build-up being rather simple and a short. . The final build-up is only a frame of 16, with a smooth lead to the drop. He uses a loop, which progresses after every 4 frames
The track has beautiful lyrics and was phenomenally sung by Timeflies. Laidback Luke is known for his large array of producing styles; He can’t be categorized. He has recently been influenced by the Melbourne Bounce.is It’s out now on Island Records, so go grab your copy today.