With his new single and first DJ collab called 'Here With You', Lost Frequencies wanted to step into another dimension and work with none other than Belgian Drum & Bass legend Netsky. Listen now on Spotify As soon as they stepped into the studio, both Lost Frequencies and Netsky kicked off this collab with a great vibe, exchanging their own visions of combining Deep House with Drum & Bass for a uniquely exciting take. 'Here With You' is a fresh mix of Lost Frequencies' signature guitar sounds and Netsky’s bass power, guided by the heartfelt vocals of Amy Yon. For more information check out: www.lostfrequencies.com | www.twitter.com/LFrequencies www.instagram.com/lostfrequenciesmusic | www.facebook.com/LostFrequenciesMusic
[wp_ad_camp_2] [Tweet "40+ Previously Unreleased Tracks: “Bass for Autism Vol. 2”"] [wp_ad_camp_1] Tell us more about the project Bass For Autism; how did you come up with the idea? I had been working on fundraising for the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) through other initiatives, and I was looking for a way to combine this work with my passions in the musical arena. After a bit of searching, I discovered Mixify, a platform that would allow us to host an online festival and raise money through either ticketing the events, receiving donations during music sets, or both. So, Bass for Autism really just started as an online event with a bunch of different artists playing short sets. In an attempt to get more promotion going for the event, I reached out to the guys at
[wp_ad_camp_2] 40+ Previously Unreleased Tracks: “Bass for Autism Vol. 2” [wp_ad_camp_1] August 15th 2014 | Chicago, IL - Today, the electronic music community turns its focus away from the stage and toward a greater cause. An all-star EDM compilation available today, aims to promote autism awareness and support the efforts of the Organization for Autism Research (OAR). OAR is a non-profit organization whose mission is to make a difference in individual lives by funding autism research, providing timely and relevant autism information to those who need it, and funding post-secondary scholarships for students with autism. The charitable initiative, Bass For Autism, is a collaborative endeavor between some of the most prolific purveyors of electronic dance music, including
[wp_ad_camp_2] If I can touch people with my words and concepts I feel like I'm doing my part to spread love and positivity in the universe. Hot after dropping his new album ANTHEMS OF A DESOLATE WASTELAND, turntablist/emcee/self-made businessman and producer PROLIFIC launches his new website WWW.DJPROLIFIC.COM On this new site, Prolific will update his fans on all the new music, tours, videos, photos and everything else going on in his life. We wanted to take this opportunity for an in depth interview with the man himself! Your new album intends to cause a stir in the dubstep, trap and hip hop scene due to its merging of styles and quality of the productions How long was this album in the works for? Right around a year and a half or two years. Some of the hip hop is way olde
[wp_ad_camp_2] Hot after dropping his new album ANTHEMS OF A DESOLATE WASTELAND, turntablist/emcee/self-made businessman and producer PROLIFIC launches his new website WWW.DJPROLIFIC.COMOn this new site, Prolific will update his fans on all the new music, tours, videos, photos and everything else going on in his life. As he launches the site, more and more people discover the album as well. Russia's famous show DANCEKRAFT RADIO had the honour of hosting an exclusive mix by Prolific. The show aired April 8th to 13th across various stations in 450 cities of Russia, Latvia, Armenia, and Ukraine. Response was amazing with lots of feedback. Many listeners complimented, as they called into the show. The show is now published in a podcast for subscribers all over the world. To be downloaded...
[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Whether it’s Disclosure, Rudimental or DJ Fresh, it’s Britain’s bass music revolution that has begun to dislodge David Guetta-style EDM from the charts and airwaves. At the vanguard of the next wave of UK bass artists is hotly tipped Bristol duo, Loadstar, whose debut album, ‘Future Perfect’, is released in May on Andy C’s leading independent imprint, Ram Records. Loadstar’s singles including ‘Link To The Past’, ‘Black & White’, ‘Drowning’, and new single, ‘Refuse To Love’, have seen them become a regular name on Radio 1 playlists, with early and continuing specialist support from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Mistajam. A slew of remixes for the likes ofAngel Haze, Charli XCX, Example, Chase & Status and more, have further added to their cache.
[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Reviewed by Eversun Diffused is the latest release from New Zealand Drum and bass duo The Upbeats, featuring 2 brand new originals (Diffused and Undertaker) and remixes of the title track from S.P.Y. and Opiuo. Being released on Noisia's Vision Recordings, you can expect to hear the dark styled drum and bass that label owners Noisia are known for. Diffused uses deep rolling sub bass and crazy percussion/Breaks patterns to bring out a tune that is absolutely full of energy. Undertaker is a full-on neuro jump up tune with a real Noisia-esque glitched out bass line. The S.P.Y. remix offers a different take on Diffused with a more straightforward approach to the drums and an epic offering of sub bass whilst still retaining the overall vibe of the ori