Hailing from Germany and signed to “Exploited Records” Claptone are no stranger to the deep house community. Their recent EP ”Wrong” has surged into Beatport’s top ten most downloaded tracks, but it was not this that impressed me. I had to see what the hype was all about. I played the first track track ”Wrong” and immediately recognized the famous synths that Dr Dre used for “Still Dre” of off 2001. . No Eyes which features vocals by “Jaws” is a lot more of your typical deep house track. Pick it up on Beatport, I’ve provided a link below the soundcloud!
Claptone- Wrong EP
Last Monday, Micah Vellian of Volta Bureau, released “Hold Up” A very high energy trap track, with a heavy baseline and minimal synths and heavy hip hop vocal samples. He announced on his soundcloud that he plans to release three EP’s touching on new genre’s besides his traditional focus of deep house, which he does with Volta Bureau.
I just discovered this song while going through remix’s of indie bands that I liked. Unicorn Kid is one of my favorite up and coming producers right now. Like Rustie he’s pioneering the art of sampling video games and then taking those samples and creating melodic electronic tunes. With Unicorn Kid being only 20, He has a very bright future ahead of him.
When I saw this collab I thought it was going to be some trapped out juggaurnaut of a track but instead I was suprised to hear *Gasp* an Electro House Track?? Borgore a pioneer of dubstep and Carnage the man behind the oh so successful “Hardwell Spaceman Trap Edit” made an electro house track? I was really skeptical but it’s actually really really good. They both give this track their own twist while taking on a new genre.
Borgore & Carnage – Incredable
I’m going to leave you with the Eric Prydz Essential mix that aired last friday night on BBC Radio 1. You can download the mix from the soundcloud itself but lemme tell you a bit about this amazing piece of art. If you look at the track listing, you can see that 2/3 of the track are his own while he throws in a couple from Jeremy Olander who is signed to Pryda Records. This mix plays like a symphony and highlights everything we have come to love about Eric Prydz.
Eric Prydz- Essential mix 2.2.13
That’s it for me
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