Hello my HOUSE HEAD people, it’s been a while since I posted because I have been very busy. I have been archiving some great tracks over the past week that I unfortunately didn’t get a chance to share with you guys. As you might have noticed the EDM industry is growing very quickly. Not only is the music itself growing and spreading quickly, but the means and mediums in which you can acquire EDM music and news is also growing at an overwhelming pace. New blogs emerge everyday publishing the same content over and over again. In a way, EDM blogging has become so repetitive that even publishing new content doesn’t have that ”fresh feel” anymore; everything feels so stale. I say this not because my love for house music is diminishing, on the contrary, I now find myself exploring even more subgenres of EDM for I’m constantly looking for fresh new sounds that differentiate from what it is perceived to be “popular” today. This in return comes with a lot more work and thus I find myself having less time to dedicate to updating and keeping up with the site. Over the next week or so I will explore new directions and plans for the website: it might come as a merger with a different EDM site, I might pass the domain along, or I might just keep at it here with fewer but more unique posts. I have yet to decide the next step. Our goal has always been to publish new and refreshing music, thus whatever the next step might be I will make sure it is one that abides by such mission. I would like to thank everyone that has stayed and supported us for almost one year now, Thank you. As I said, I I’ll keep you guys updated over the next week or so pertaining to where we are going next, in the mean time “Don’t you worry child”
This is the type of Electro madness right here that gets the blood running and the fist pumping all night long. Let yourself loose on this one and go Bananas. Show your love to DJ KUBA & NE!TAN here.
A new side of Hardwell and Dannic being shown here is this progressive track with vocals by Example. I must admit I was expecting a little be more of a Bass filled House track with bumping sounds and all the madness that you get when you combine Dannic and Hardwell. It still a pretty solid track, just a little bit too similar in vibe when compared to the original produced by Dirty South. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
As one month ends and another one starts, we get new, BADASS podcasts. While we wait, salivating for the next drop of some SEXYFRESH tunes, we can jam out to the previous month’s tunes. Dada Life, as always has an amazing mix every month for their fans. DO THE DADA! Of course, Dada Life has a podcast that is full of a high energy mixture of tunes from producers that every one should know like John Dahlback, Hardwell, Hard Rock Sofa and Swanky Tunes, and names we may not be familiar with like Takeshy Kurosawa and Stefano Pain (they all are featured in this podcast, btw). Needless to say, Dada Life always delivers the tunes. The only complain I have is that the podcast is too short in my opinion. I mean it does a good job of leaving me wanting more, but damnn. Support the skillful duo and download the Dada Life podcast here! (AGAIN FO’ FREE)
That Hardwell and Kontiki (Dyro remix) though….FIRE
Dirty South’s production has a sound that very few can match, and he’s been doing it for a little while now. His presence in the EDM game has been filled with crazy collabos from the likes of Axwell, Example and many other, well known individuals. He’s been through the transitions in the game, from the heavy emphasis on electro to progressive and (unfortunately, in my opinion) the pop sounding stuff we have now. I’ll keep it at that. Dirty South keeps his sounds genuine and unlike many other producers, doesn’t give in to the evils of the recording industry. In this podcast, Dirty South traces back to his roots and beginnings and it’s full of older, more classical EDM tunage. Enjoy, and show respect to some FIRE tunes and their producer! DOWNLOAD Dirty South’s podcast here (fo’ FREE).
Personal Favorite: Dirty South and Axwell “Open Your Heart” check that ishh out.
Young Swedish producer jakob Liedholm has been lethal lately. This young talented producer has been dropping some of our favorite tracks/remixes this year. Literally murdering every track on his path Jakob has been editing, tweaking, remaking, and remixing some of today’s finest house tunes. In this mix he turns the legendary “fix you” track by Coldplay into a monstrous house tune that emphasizes great melody and a high energy deep and beautiful drop. If you still looking for a great summer tune to play at every party you attend, look no further, this tunage might just be you summer anthem! Show Jakob Liedholm some mega love via his Facebook and Twitter for this 15 year old producer is about to become Big, Real Big! #MuchLove #Coldplay
Alvaro flexin hard on this beat. If you are looking for a hard Dutch sound that you can dance your @ss off to, this is it right here! Show Alvaro and Billy the Kit some mega love: Alvaro Facebook and Twitter, Billy the Kit Facebook and Twitter. #DutchHouse.