With Tomorrowland only being a few weeks away, Dimmak recently uploaded a Tomorrowland 2017 mixtape by Morten. The innovative DJ and producer opens his mixtape with a new tune yet to be named. The one thing you can except from Morten and his productions is never to except a certain genre. He has made some of the hardest festival tunes to more radio friendly music so to say. Give his brand new tune a listen below and follow his journey towards putting his name on the map of electronic dance music.
After starting his own label you can expect to see a lot of new music from the Swede producer and the follow-up on Bibliothèque Records is Yeah. The tune has already been supported by some of the biggest names in the industry and features a dark tech drop.
Yeah is out May 29th.
The UK based free record label Arise Records established in 2016 has a new incredible progressive tune ready to see the light. Ovion is a French upcoming producer behind the next release on Arise Records. The tune is called Stardust and features a mesmerizing piano buildup with a drop certain to get you straight to the dancefloor! Stardust is out May 29th.
Ready to add a bunch of unknown talents or just incredible tunes to your track selection?
I'm having Vol 8 of this Handpicked tunes ready for you within the EDM-genre. All out for free - just follow the direct links below to widen your horizon.
#1 Starting the selection with a future/trap bass tune by a 15-year old Swedish producer named Benjamin:
#2 Gaining support from the likes of David Guetta, Tiesto and Fedde Le Grand, you will find Dan Domino & FaderX with their future house track Fighter premiered on BBC Radio 1:
#3 Copenhagen-based DJ and producer Fabian Mazur is behind this next future/trap tune with a dark fitting vocal and it's huge:
#4 Onderkoffer brings a heavy trap remix of SMBU by The Prodigy:
#5 Finishing this Vol 8 collection with a great Joey Aden remix of the popular Sia ft Kendrick Lamar tune The Greatest in a future bass production:
Following their collaboration with dance heavyweight Steve Angello on Follow Me, the energetic duo samples the iconic Bob Marley track Is This Love, and turns it into a hard-hitting dancefloor killer with a classic Still Young imprint.
The take on Bob Marley's classic reggae tune by Still Young will be released on the very chef in command and boss himself Steve Angello's label Size Records March 24.
MAKJ joins forces with Max Styler bringing a huge trap/future bass tune with female vocalist Elayna Boynton. MAKJ has been on quite a journey lately regarding his music style. This one is definitely a new one to the list and the 26-year-old producer has really evolved himself as a producer since his first active years back in 2011.
Knock Me Down is out on Steve Aoki's label Dim Mak Records now!
Deniz Koyu with a recently changed stage name know as KO:YO joins forces with Swedish duo Don Palm on their recent collaboration called A Way Home. They did the incredible progressive tune Lift together back in 2015 so not unfamiliar territories. That being said they really changed the genre this time going all future bass (like quite a few recently). The delicate chords, hard solid vocals and exuberant drop are the ultimate ear pleaser, making sure you don’t want to miss this ride.
The Chinese/ American producer Steven Zhu, better known as ZHU premiered his remix of Migos Bad and Boujee at Los Angeles Air & Style last night. The remix has the well-known imprint of ZHU's productions with a slow phase vibe adding a minimalistic drop to the tune. The remix is out for free - follow link below.
Russian wonderkid Shapov is kicking off 2017 with an incredible EP containing four tracks. Following his collaboration with Axwell called Belong, Shapov is yet again ready to showcase his talent and quality of well-produced house music.
First track on the EP is Shapov's collaboration with his fellow countrymen MEG & NERAK. Breathing Deeper has been received a lot of hype since its debut a MMW.
More Than Love is a melodic collaboration with the UK duo Rookies and the vocal is simply amazing and counts as the second tune of the EP.
Third track of the EP is Some People alongside Beverley Piles ready to smash the festivals across the globe this summer.
Last but not least is the fourth track and the only solo production from Shapov called Analogue Soul. Pure instrumental electric production combining and intense intro with the ''Shapov signature'' full of energy.
The EP is out now on Axtone.
Sebjak founded his own record label with a few friends of his. The label called Bibliothéque Records is also responsible for the release of Sebjak's latest forthcoming track VIE. The Swedish producer has created a deep tech tune with a massive buildup dropping into a deep bass drop.
No official release date yet.
The LA-based DJ and producer Morten is joining forces with the New Jersey duo Riggi and Piros on their forthcoming collab Turn the Fuck Up. The track is a pure energy-monster and definitely has the imprint of Morten's more heavy side of his productions combining Riggi and Piros craft as producers and we have a dancefloor killer.
TTFU is out February 24th on Dim Mak Records.
Swedish Marcus Schossow takes a deep takeover of Australian singer/songwriter Ry Cuming better known by the stage name RY X and his track Shortline. Marcus has been behind numerous solo-tracks and collabs counting Reverie, The Universe, Kemi, Zulu and many more. You will normally identify his work with progressive house but his latest mix of Shortline is an incredible deep house production definitely worth a listen. The track is still yet to be announced with a release date.
Once in a while I post a great amount of tunes I find on SC in all kind of different genres. Here's just a few of them! If you want to discover even more great and often unknown artists, just follow my account here
#1 Heavy future bass remix from Jupe & One Min:
#2 Get ready for some energy to hit the dancefloor with this original from Kris:
#3 Incredible remix from Anevo of Me, Myself & I:
#4 Progressive tune from an upcoming duo:
#5 Spyker & ANX delivers a progressive remix from one of Manse's latest tunes:
#6 INSANE deep house remix by Koni:
#7 Groovy package from the free label Sosumi. This Essential Weekend package includes tracks from Tom Tyger, Nari & Milani, Fraanklyn and more:
#8 Future chill tune from XXV:
#9 Such a complete trap remix from Not Your Dope & Spirix:
#10 Final track is yet another trap remix of KSHMR's latest tune Touch ft Madi:
Following up on chart-topping tracks like Running and ID2 is Empire. The long-awaited collaboration with Tom Staar with the classic sound from the Swedes and London-baised Tom. Empire is set to be released on Buce Records April 8.
Rewind time back to 2013, that's how long it's been since the former Swedish house member 'Sebbe' released a solo track. Back then it was Reload featuring Tommy Trash. Flags being the title name of the brand new tune by Ingrosso is a collaboration between Salvatore and the Swedish upcoming Liohn. With Sebastian being a solid dominator of the progressive house scene, he now completely moves away from that sound with Flags. The tune will be out March 11 on Refune Records, founed by the man himself Sebastian Ingrosso back in 2003.
Swedish-based wonderkid Sebjak has been headed to the studio and created a bass filled house tune of Love Is Blind by CID. The remix is dark and gives you a kind of underground feeling to it. You can expect Sebjak's remix out on Big Beat Records February 12.
This post is packed with heavy tunes from a diversity of genres within EDM. Check it out - they are all available for free.
#1 Great future trap remix of Justin Bieber's Sorry:
#2 LA-based Paris Blohm teaming up with Nolan Van Lith on this progressive original:
#3 Osen input to Kaskade's Never Sleep Alone:
#4 Future bass remix of Jack Ü's collab with Justin Bieber:
#5 Upcoming Lesonic with progressive energy:
#6 House anthem from Max Barker. Really dark and heavy bassline:
#7 Progressive from Glowjack:
#8 Deep with a twist of sax:
#9 Progressive vibes:
#10 Two Friends with their progressive remix of Just Like That:
#11 One of my favorite mash producers is here with his first original, and it's tech:
#12 Down-tempo remix of Hotline Bling:
#13 So much energy from Francisco Lozano:
# 14 Wavers remix of Feel Your Love definately brings energy and a good bassline to the track:
#15 Yet another free record label is behind this release, Groove Cartel Records:
#16 Finishing this HPTS off with a emotional and chill original:
Mirage Records devoted to provide the electronic music scene with free releases is teasing a great, yet short preview of the forthcoming tune on their label. Felicity featuring the vocal from Ron Carroll called Heaven was premiered by no other than Nicky Romero himself. The track unleashes an euphoric, uplifting breakdown with Ron’s lyrics colliding in the background that will have you bouncing as soon as you play it out! The release is set for February 15.
The Swedish duo Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman is finishing this last month of the year with the first release on their own founded label Bruce Recordings. Running featuring the vocal from Ron Caroll is a track that truly takes the imprint from the duo and their quality to the studio. Running has a great progressive vibe over it and suits the kick-off for their independent label perfectly. The track is out for free.
It's been a while with a HPTS post, so here's a brand new one guys, and it's pretty big! And they're all available for free and genre wise it's very mixed. Give them a listen:
#1 Great progressive takeover by Kent Ryan & Maksg:
#2 Solid progressive tune by Malaysia-born producer:
#3 Takin' it louder by Bamboora & Shwann played in Dannic's Radioshow:
#4 Fresh from Adele's album in a Anevo Remix:
#5 Bass House in an Original tune:
#6 Yet another Bass House tune:
#6 The future is in the house:
#7 House tune by Duvart:
#8 Tides by Treeson & Kirk is a full-time progressive banger:
#9 Incredible chilled:
#10 Bringin' trap to the table in a Cruz:
Set Me Free (Cruz Remix)
#11 Trap tune by Wreckvge & PuroWuan, and it's massive:
WRECKVGE & PuroWuan - Witch Hunt
#12 Finishing this post off with a mashup: