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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.
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
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
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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
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Tell us more about your latest release New World
Staccato drums along with some lush keys provide heightened awareness ahead of the drop; a moody, but restrained low growler of a bass line. Plenty of layered textures throughout the A Side of ìNew World,î with crashing wave hits of cymbals, and an interspersed female chant within the main body, providing a euphoric groove for the dance floor. For the deep heads. Might be the biggest track from Ed.E to date.
Pling Plong bleeps in the beginning give way to a saw-wave lead. Another moody bass line with layers, ìSubstanceî packs more muscle than the title track, and should satisfy the Bass purists. Funky panning effects on the shaker makes this one special for the headphones crew, and not just the dance floor. An ab
K Theory had to deal with a lot of media stories after group member Malcolm Anthony was let go from his contract earlier this week. We had a chat with K Theory founder Dylan Lewman to reflect on this as well as to hear what the future holds for K Theory and its label.
What's the best moment that ever happened on stage? -- One time in Minnesota we brought up one of our super fans "Alex" to thank her for repping us so hard and driving hours to our show with carloads full of her friends. Now she snap chats us daily jamming our music & is one of the most amazing, kind persons we met on tour and a true friend. Meeting all of the amazing k-family members around the world has to be the best part of this!
What inspires your music? -- psychedelic gods, anime, the illuminati, & m
"Whenever you’re dealing with a lot of electronics, you’re always at the mercy of the computer and the possibility of it going haywire"
'PACIFIC' the new album by ALIFIC invites the listener to an upbeat journey of reflective, sentimental chill sounds. Very different from some of the mainstage EDM acts, he ignores the trends to offer something from deep within.
Whether discovering the album on a lazy Sunday beach afternoon, or experiencing the unique sounds during yoga sessions, Pacific eases the mind with flair.
Check out the interview we did with him below.
Have you ever felt scared while playing an event?
Truth be told, I am always scared when playing a live set/event where I am incorporating DJ elements like laptops and samplers beca
NEW SINGLE 'SPACE BETWEEN' SHINES WITH MOVING LYRICS
The age of the internet makes collaboration a whole lot easier. International artists Danny Q Parker (Hamburg) and Kula Borelly (Toronto) had longtime plans for a collaboration and finally moved on the idea Spring 2015. Space Between is a success on AtomicSky Recordings. We had a chat with the two of them to talk about the music and their lives as artists.
What gives you the inspiration to make music?
Kula- Sometimes when I least expect it, it comes to me like in a dream. I'm sure many producers have had the similar situation laying in bed at night and a tune just comes to you, that's when I get my ass out of bed and get behind the desk and start to create. basically, the thought of creating something in my head,
Youngster CAIN PRIDMORE stars at GOODLIFE and drops 'XERO' on AtomicSky Recordings
Sometimes joining a DJ competition is a very smart move. Ask young artist CAIN PRIDMORE. He entered for a spot at the Goodlife Festival and after multiple voting sessions he succeeded to claim a mainstage spot. Moreover, his new track XERO was just release on AtomicSky Recordings. Time to sit down with him for an interview!
Tell us more about your latest release ?
My latest release is on AtomicSky Recordings, its called “XERO” and is my take on a high energy progressive house track. It contrast with heavy electric synths and softer more melodic piano while the large side chain makes the tracks really move and allows the punchy kick to shine through.
Has your musical taste change
London's D.POLO's Sure Fire Recipe For Dancefloor Mayhem
Who is your favorite artist from EDM outside your own specific genre?
That would definitely be RoulnDoors, they’re my idols. Clubhouse/prog house. Love it.
Share one track with us which you currently play and describe with detail why it is such a great production.
Elio & Sylvester ft Tristen R & D.Polo - Into You. I play this track on all my sets. The reaction from the crowd is always positive and high energy. The melodies and power of the track make it almost come to life!
What gives you the inspiration to make music?
knowing that it will be received and appreciated by all types of different people from around the world.
Making people feel emotions when listening is such a great reward and motivator.
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Tell us about the plans for the new year.
I just started my new label 'Artificial Recordings'. I will be focussing releasing tracks on it by myself and new upcoming artists like Onderkoffer and Mad Nation.
The touring life will not slow down. If it's up to me I will do more gigs next year. I'm still a dj first.
Name one city you haven't visited yet where you'd love to play
Rio de Janeiro
How will the music industry shift in the next 5 years?
All genres will stay the same only with other artists. The dj scene will change. People are getting smarter and now they are slowly seeing the difference between a real artist and a money grabbing dj who's buying tracks to get famous.
Do you know you have you
NEW ARGÜELLO SINGLE SHOT STRAIGHT TO NUMBER ONE POSITION ITUNES ELECTRONIC CHARTS
Miguel Argüello is a Colombian artist now residing in Los Angeles who shot to fame with a Progressive House Version of the song “All Of me (Tiesto Remix)” By John Legend. This remix in collaboration with Cavaro trended on Soundcloud with more than 200k plays in few months, Hitting in total over a million plays on his Soundcloud/ YouTube channels. His latest release Daydream made a debut at number one of the iTunes Electronic Chart. About time to have him featured for an interview on Hammarica!
What has been your most fruitful life decision?
I was a Ghost Producer only to get money for my music studio materials. The best decision was to stop doing music for other “art
SEAPORA'S 'SEAPOP' is an album filled with moving lyrics and addicting electronic beats that will leave the listener longing for more. The response is great so a great time to sit down with her for some interview questions..
Where does your artist name come from?
Tzipporah means singing bird in Hebrew, and my grandmother was always singing to me. She inspired me to sing and I took that name, singing bird, and I made Seapora out of it. Seapora combines sea and pora. I am a Pisces and the sea inspires me to write music and pora comes from the word porous, which represents my open and reflective nature. Seapora also relates to how I would like my fans to receive my music, as I hope it “seaps” deep into their “pores.”
What gives you the inspiration
"For me, success is about writing and sharing music that I’m proud of now and will be proud of decades later"
DJ Jounce recently came out with a stunning track featuring Christina Novelli "Nobody Knows." A perfect opportunity to sit down with him and ask him about his motivations.
Could you tell us more about your artist name? Where does that come from?
Truth be told, when I started DJ’ing, I didn’t take it as seriously as I do now. Jounce was a light hearted silly name; but it is actually a physics term which is too nerdy to elaborate on in this discussion. Anyway, things are moving in the right direction so I’m very serious about the fun now.
Do you become a different person when you get on stage? Do you become a different person when you g
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RANZH DEBUTS ON HAMMARICA!
RANZH is a brand new artist on the Hammarica label. His debut 'GO!' is a hard hitting, but melodic big room house anthem. Made for addiction and delivered to satisfy.
Before reaching the solid-produced, professional sound that GO! offers, Ranzh would use household items to make a drum set (laundry basket, hangers, books, pencils). He'd set it up in his room and play whenever he had the chance. (And when the neighbors were away). So we wanted to know a bit more about him:
Which is the brand of headphones you trust? And is there a specific model you really like?
I love AKG headphones. They are good-looking, good-sounding headphones that are perfect for DJing of studio work. I currently have the AK
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RISING ITALIAN EDM DJ AND PRODUCER JACKY GRECO STORMS BEATPORT CHARTS
Few people would disagree that Miami is one of the undisputed Mecca's of electronic dance music, and all the good things that come along with the EDM scene. Recently, Italian DJ and Producer Jacky Greco announced he's releasing his EDM / Big Room tribute to the city and its beautiful women, the single “Miamify” on FLUO Universe. It's already top 10 on Beatport Electro House, so we caught up with him for an interview.
Who is your favorite artist from EDM outside your own specific genre?
Jack Ü (I think that diplo and skrillex together are the perfect ballance that the EDM was looking for becoming POP for real...)
Who is your favorite DJ and could yo