During these last two decades, electronic music has been gaining steady ground in popularity. After a first surge during the last twenty years of the previous century, the USA slowly warmed up to all the different electronic sounds that were coming from Europe. Ultimately resulting in a thriving domestic movement of producers and DJs who are pushing their own unique sounds within the genre. Coming to the point where kids now prefer to be a DJ rather than to play guitar in a band. This increase in popularity also created a broader market for synth manufacturers. Brands like Korg, Roland and Behringer all increased their production lines to cater to this crowd, and even modular synthesis has become more mainstream. With all these developments, one would think it would be easy to find a toy ...
Toni Costanzi is back with another vocal gem, after his track "Bomboclvt" (TOP 100 BEATPORT ELECTRO HOUSE CHART), with a stunning track that once again shows off his endless diversity. After Plasmapool he was signed with EDX's triple A label "Sirup. Music", it makes for a killer one-two. This wonderfully emotive slice of electronic pop moves Toni away from pure dancefloor ambitions and onto the airwaves, with its beautiful songwriting and honeyed vocals elevating it to something really special. Muted piano chords and the slightest of beats flutter away under the vox, with gentle builds thrusting us towards the surprisingly bombastic crescendos. Sweet pitch-bending synths glide over a chunky breakbeat rhythm and fizzing, pulsating synth chords to create a huge wall of sound. Flitting...
Luca Draccar is an artist and producer who immediately strikes with great personality and a really original approach to electronic music production. His recent EP release, Flamboyant, is a great example of the hard work and passion that fuel his music. The EP has some really great melodies, a punchy, driven beat and more importantly, a smooth flow that highlights Luca’s incredible production prowess, as well as his ability to come up with tracks that are catchy, direct and easy to relate to. The EP, with its vocabulary of sounds was conceived in Los Angeles. California. This is the place where the kingdom of summer lasts twelve months a year, and it’s seldom dark and gloomy. Luca Draccar, who was actually born in Italy, but currently lives in Berlin, has been thriving in that atmosphere
Promoted Post Listen on Spotify Talented artist Max M drops captivating summer single “Imaginary Problems.” The pop-electronic fusion features a captivating arrangement that will have people hooked. Bursting with all the wonderful tricks that we have come to expect from Max M, “Imaginary Problems” is the introspective summer hit. Max M delivers a single that recalls an old-style of dance while infusing a modern sound. The vocal works seamlessly with the instrumentation to create an infectious chorus that will have people singing along. If you are looking for a song to have on replay, it is Max M’s “Imaginary Problems.” Through the uplifting instrumentation such as the strings, drums, and buildups, the single will have people in a euphoric state. The soothing vocal lays perfectly on top of
Promoted Post LA based producers Colson XL team up with Vancouver’s Birdriot for genre bending single “Breathless” Having already received support from the likes of Cloudkid, Trap Nation, Tribal Trap, and Jauz, producer duo Colson XL don’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Their latest single ‘Breathless’, featuring Vancouver-based producer/singer/songwriter Birdriot, is a testament to their experimental yet accessible style. Combining driving basslines and punchy percussion with Birdriot’s sultry electronic vocals, ‘Breathless’ surely lives up to its name. Now LA based, Colson XL have accomplished quite a bit in their first year of releasing music. They’ve published 17 original songs, accumulated nearly 1M streams across all platforms, and recently performed for the Binary Sk
Sponsored Post GET IT ON BEATPORT: Download | STREAM ON SPOTIFY: Stream Some people prefer the word Tastemaker, others Selector… Despite your preference, Bridge and Tunnel Beat Co boss, Cheyne Christian has been making people move, since the early 90s. 2019 saw the launch of Bridge & Tunnel Beat Co. Their releases have been played on Radio 1, Sirius XM, Cool FM, Gaydio, amongst others and supported by a range of DJ tastemakers including Richie Hawtin, David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Joseph Capriati, Roger Sanchez, Marco Carola, Kryder and Nicole Moudaber. While his 2020 tour is on hold due to the Global Pandemic, you can catch his Sneaker Dancing Radio Sessions, Bi-Monthly on Data Transmission Radio, Exclusive Guest Mixes and Live Streams for some of the biggest stations & shows acr
Promoted Post Sonny Noto drops Summer Smash under upcoming label Jendex Records. The Italian / American Producer is at again and this time with a pure Summer vocal dance hit. Feels Like his new single is grabbing the attention by Radio stations and DJs around the world while picking up steam on all streaming networks. Sonny has been supported by the biggest names in the Dance music business and this summer electric vibe really brings a fresh energetic style to his already amazing catalog of music. Connect: SonnyNotomusic.com Facebook.com/ SonnyNoto Twitter.com/SonnyNoto Soundcloud.com/sn23 Instagram.com/SonnyNoto The post Feels Like Summer with Sonny Noto – LISTEN! appeared first on Hammarica.
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Sponsored Post Vinny Vibe and Twalle unveil their newest collaboration, “Nights Like This” featuring angelic vocals by Kristie. The future bass and pop fusion features speaker-rattling drops filled with atmospheric synths, infectious vocal chops, and tying it all together is Kristie’s vocal. The soothing, raw, and beautiful vocal by Kristie will hook in the listeners. Her lyricism will connect with many people, and fits perfectly with the tone of the instrumentation. INTERVIEW How did your collaboration with Vinny Vibe & Kristie for Nights Like This come about? • Vinny and I have been friends for a while now so it was only a matter of time before we got into the studio together to work on a track. I met Kristie through a mutual friend that showed me her music. As soon as I heard her s
Four of Malta’s finest artists have joined forces to collaborate, produce and release their first single called ‘1991’. This song is the brainchild of the four Artists who managed to turn these strange times the world is living in, into an opportunity to collaborate and produce a track that can be deemed as a breath of fresh air and an injection of feel good vibes during these days. Matthew James, Micimago, Kugene and Mr. M are all established artists who are all seen as the new generation of Maltese Artists that are making a name for themselves. Collaborating on this track is just the culmination of the fact that collaboration is the way forward in the local industry and when artists unite, magic can be created. Discussing the vision and the collaboration behind this track, the four Arti
Sponsored post by Hammarica Combining the high energy vocal house sounds that Curtis Jay has been known for sharing on his multiple radio residencies, with the rolling grooves and stripped back sound that MiddleGround have been crafting on the underground scene in the Midlands and London. The initial relationship started when Curtis Jay and Steve from MiddleGround were introduced at a 2018 Toolroom event in Maidstone by Pete Griffiths & Ben Remember from the Toolroom Academy, where Curtis and Steve had both completed the Academy Production course. With other alumni including Husko, Fibi, Jacq, Chesser and Scott Costello. They linked up and started talks about producing a track together and doing live shows or events when they could! The first track to come from this collaboration is “
Introducing ‘COME AND GO’ marks the start of a major collaborative project between DJ/vocalist duo HILLS + DASH crafting early 90’s-influenced UK house. ‘Come and Go’ signals an instant 90’s cult club classic. ‘COME AND GO’ , is the debut release by newly established DJ/vocalist duo HILLS + DASH who both share a seamless affinity for crafting early 90’s-influenced UK house music, delivering a new take on inventive musical elements from early live electronic music, and infusing it into their artistry. Early Support from Vanilla Ace, Lost Frequencies, Kiss FM, Joachim Garraud, DJ-producer Samuel Hills and multi-instrumentalist, vocalist/songwriter Nicole Dash Jones capture hypnotic, punchy hooks and nostalgic soundscapes that leave an indelible mark on the brain. ABOUT: Over the course of t
Photo by Fabian Wiktor from Pexels Who We Are is the first song from Frei after he got caught up in the healthcare system for years. He must have had some kind of angel over him after spending the last 3 years in and out of the hospital from brain injuries and accidents. That time made him think and found out that music is really what makes him happy. Who We Are is a beautiful Progressive House piece. The subtle melodies slowly grab you. Its arpeggios evolve in a catchy track that ultimately features a vocal that will demand your attention. The perfect song for a late night summer breeze on the ocean side. Some of Frei’s influences include Avicii, Armin van Buuren and Tiesto. Names that clearly pop in your head when you listen to his music. Tiesto especially comes to mind namely his
Sponsored post by Hammarica Get the release: https://fanlink.to/FreiWhoWeAreHM Tracks Who We Are (Radio Edit) – Frei (02:04) – UKGGZ1900151 Who We Are (Extended Mix) – Frei (04:46) – UKGGZ1900152 Who We Are (Instrumental Mix) – Frei (04:46) – UKGGZ1900153 Frei, the mysterious producer from Denmark, drops a massive progressive house anthem on We Are Phonik in the form of ‘Who We Are’. He combines clean beats and subtle basslines with melodic synths and a sultry sexy vocal. wearephonik.com @wearephonik [IG | FB] The post LISTEN! MYSTERIOUS PRODUCER FREI DROPS A MASSIVE PROG HOUSE ANTHEM appeared first on Hammarica.
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Agent Orange Dj aka Ara Krikorian is a brilliant and legendary USA Dj whose way began from the 90`s raves in New York city. His motto is “Stay Young. Love Techno. This ideology perfectly represents the energy of what I do. Not just aimed at a specific genre but an attitude, a code to live by where our passion for the things we love keeps us connected to the pure, youthful, energy we all posses inside.” And he has an incredible style and music that stays unique and fresh for several generations from the 90`s to today. His results and goals are very impressive. He has had 70+ releases and tracks that have landed in the Beatport Main and Techno Top100 charts – 7 of which rose to #1 and 20+ in the Top 10 – for labels such as Tronic, Elevate, Toolroom, Bitten, Nervous, and Terminal
GET THE ALBUM BT Gate X-138 – Magadan Pylons HERE You just came out with your new album Magadan Pylons. what was your general theme you had in mind with making this album? There’s a city in south eastern Siberia called Magadan. If you have ever been there, pylons are very visible, those electrical towers and power lines. It’s a contrast to the natural area surrounding the city and that is the theme of the album. What inspired you? I think it’s that contrast between nature and man, even though man is apart of nature as well. So you have this industrial, technological urban environment versus the natural beauty all around. There’s also those older Soviet style buildings and more modern ones intermixed withing the city. I really like the Brutalist architectur