Above & Beyond – “Love is Not Enough” (Hybrid Minds Remix)
UK drum & bass outfit Hybrid Minds remix Above & Beyond and Zoë Johnston’s “Love Is Not Enough“. Sharing Above & Beyond’s love for orchestral arrangements and softly spoken lyrics, Hybrid Minds were a natural fit to rework a classic from the British trio. This remix gives an extra layer to the already beautiful track. Hybrid Minds never disappoints!
Lizzy Jane – “XO Podcast”
In an industry dominated by men, bass music producer Lizzy Jane is taking a huge step towards representing women, not only as a producer in the bass music genre but as a public figure and industry leader. “The XO Podcast” was curated by myself to give my listeners an insight to the music industry from all angles and different points of views,” Jane states. “I have artists, talent agents, managers, and industry professionals from all over the board coming on the show to talk about their lifestyle and their contribution to the spinning wheel of the music industry. We will be covering current events, the newest treads, and overall advice for aspiring future industry professionals.”
Danger – “Haven”
Masked French producer, artist, and self-proclaimed video game enthusiast DANGER returns to the spotlight with his third official studio album, the original soundtrack for the highly anticipated video game “Haven”. This release boasts DANGER’s signature electro-synthwave drenched flavor and sees him experiment with the colorful spectrum of vaporwave and funk.
Wavedash – “Stallions”
Wavedash is returning to NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations imprint with the second single “Stallions“, pulled from their forthcoming debut artist album, due out in 2021. The Texas-based trio is back with an effervescent single. This time, they’ve enlisted the help of label regular fknsyd to create an energetic and uplifting cut.
DJ Shaan – “By Heart”
International phenomenon DJ Shaan releases a new single entitled “By Heart” with Londin Thompson. The history-making Indian producer, artist, and DJ recruited buzzing Cleveland-born singer and songwriter Londin Thompson to deliver an instantly infectious anthem, blurring the lines between electronic dance music and pop.
Nitepunk – “Flow”
Brooklyn’s explosive bass producer Nitepunk is making his debut appearance on HARD Recs with the new single “Flow.”. This release is a high-energy number that boldly goes against the grain. Built atop a broken-beat foundation, the single skirts around a liberating topline embracing the self-assertive ethos that’s evident in every piece of music he touches. A spunky lead is drenched in distortion, as it creates waves of euphoria while getting swept away in a current of gritty bottom-end, grungy sound design, punchy vocal chops, and white-knuckling energy, which only reinforces the notion that Nitepunk is the real deal.
Marcus James – “Warning Sign”
Celebrated producer Marcus James team up with prominent duo RYYZN and reveal their latest single, “Warning Sign“. Take a step into introspection colored with electronic embellishments, soothing basslines, and steady self-confidence. The glowing single is more a call for independence and growth, rather than dwelling on the past. Pairing heartfelt lyrics with a light and joyful melody, it takes all second thoughts and causes them to melt away.
Nothing But Thieves – “Phobia” (Wuh Oh Remix)
Southend five-piece Nothing But Thieves have shared a new alternate version of their track “Phobia” with a remix by Glaswegian producer, composer, and performer Wuh Oh. This rework is a vigorous examination of the power of social media on our lives. Stripping the song back, but not losing the intensity of the original, Wuh Oh’s remix takes the track down even more of a sinister spiral, distorting lead singer Conor’s vocal delivery in the process.
Laura Carbone – “Cellophone Skin”
Today Berlin-based dark pop-rock songstress Laura Carbone releases her third album, “Laura Carbone – Live at Rockpalast“. While everyone is missing the experience of attending live performances there’s no better time to witness Laura Carbone’s spellbinding talent, her arresting voice, silver-tongued lyrics, and her penchant for channeling 80s-90s darkwave pop than on this recording.
Ookay & Cesqeaux – “The Pit” (Saint Punk Remix)
Saint Punk gives Ookay and Cesqeaux’s “The Pit” his grunge house treatment. The grunge house take on the dubstep original starts with a dark, percussive beat as the vocals punch through, bringing the drums to a rise before descending into a flurry of flashing rhythm. Saint Punk adds his signature persistent, staccato drums to the track energizing listeners and making the remix a certified heater.
Marauda – “Future Stomp”
Embarking on yet another disastrous tear of music, MARAUDA is back with one of his hardest-hitting records yet, “Future Stomp“. MARAUDA is now looking to put a close to 2020 by treating fans to a masterclass of sound and style. A festival-ready single suited for rail riding and headbanging, “Future Stomp” is MARAUDA at his best! Featuring a mirage of skull-shattering bass, the producer continues to showcase consistency at the highest level.
Bob Moses – “Desire” (Charlotte de Witte Rmix”
Bob Moses have released a brand-new remix from Charlotte de Witte of their single “Desire” with ZHU, extending the song to a seven-minute plus deep techno take. She reimagines this track and gives it a flavor only she can provide. Check out the Desire remix video HERE.
Boiish – “Do To Much” (Monsieur Frazier Remix)
Monsieur Frazier releases a rework of the Boiish single “Do Too Much”. Monsieur Frazier’s leads proceedings with a pumping 4×4 mix of the original. Swinging kicks converge on choppy hats, whilst a groove-lead piano roll chimes on in the background to form a ripe-and-ready dancefloor cut. Speaking on the release, Monsieur Frazier described how he was inspired by the “sounds, rhythms, and grooves that sparked my love of proper house music, which is that of 90’s New York house and U.K. Garage.”
Lost Kings – “Runaway”
Los Angeles based producers Lost Kings release their new track, “Runaway” ft. rising singer/songwriter Destiny Rogers. “When we started this record we were in palm springs quarantining and just working on music,” says Lost Kings. “We’ve wanted to work with Destiny Rogers for a while so when she sent the idea for “Runaway” we were stoked. She has such a distinct vibe and sound we wanted to match that with the production. “‘Runaway’ is about having that special person,” says Destiny. “The one that you would literally do anything for, even if they dared you to run away, you would do it. Lost Kings really killed this track and I’m so happy to be a part of it with them! Hope you all love it!”
LEViT∆TE – “Legacy”
Audiovisual artist LEViT∆TE released his new album “Legacy”. Featuring ten sonic tracks, each accompanied by a visual counterpart, this release is the long-awaited full debut from one of music’s most promising acts. With inspirations stemming from dubstep, drum & bass, turntablism, hip-hop, and left-field bass music, LEViT∆TE has forged his own lane with his versatility and an unmistakable futuristic sound. A wondrous display of immaculate sound design and storytelling.
Kodiak Arcade – “Silicon Hill”
Kodiak Arcade releases his newest single “Silicon Hills”. He says of the release, “Silicon Hill is a nod to the time I have spent in California’s Silicon Valley at events such as the Game Developers Conference, spending many nights year after year with passionate artists and programmers, getting high on talk of the future.”
JORA – “Speak For Yourself”
JORA releases the incredible “Speak For Yourself” blends an atmospheric build with an ever-increasing tempo as the drop nears, bubbling into life with a truly raucous hook! This one will have you socially dis-dancing across your living rooms and various makeshift dance-floors as we head into a brighter future throughout 2021 and beyond.
Rad Cat – “Diamond”
San Diego-native Rad Cat makes his debut on Dim Mak’s New Noise imprint with his addictive, electro-pop groove “Diamond” featuring the fearless vocals of Gloria Kim. The track opens with a brooding, ominous melody before popping into Gloria Kim’s hushed, breathy vocals. As the song dips into the chorus, listeners are dropped into a frenzy of spunky synth chords as a driving, crisp beat persists.