Newcomer Morilla delivers a sultry R&B beauty dubbed ‘Love Me’

Filed by Abbey ShoreAbbey Shore

It’s R&B meets electronic with Newcomer Morilla sultry single ‘Love Me’.

Produced by Brisbane’s very own CLN, Morilla goes deep into his relationships, telling the story a time he spent evaluating his own self-worth.

Like a fine whiskey, you want to drink this song slowly with CLN riding Morilla’s vocals with a smooth bass, impacting kick and contemplative, meditating synth arpeggiator.

Egzod & Anna Yvette - My City

Filed by Judi PeartJudi Peart

Egzod & Anna Yvette - My City

Egzod & Anna Yvette – My City

After the success ‘Mirage’ and ‘Breathe Again’ in 2018, Egzod has already garnered 1.4 million plays less than 2 months into 2018. ‘My City‘ explodes onto the scene as Egzod begins to shift his focus on Miami Music Week, Miami being the current city he resides in. He recently finished a round articles with EDMIdentity, RaverMag, and EDMManiac surrounding his November 11th EDC Orlando set and aftermovie.

Egzod has broken new ground in his first-ever radio interview on 11/30/17, performing a mix and interview on Revolution 93.5 Miami’s ‘Homegrown’ Series hosted by Chris Clark. The Miami-based soloist has also licensed his single “Focus” to LesMills, a New Zealand-based fitness & gym center where his music will be available for stream in-app and in-store, another first for the solo artist.

Egzod & Anna Yvette – My City |

GTA Enlists Dance Music Powerhouses for 'Death To Genres Vol. 3'

Filed by Abbey ShoreAbbey Shore

GTA Enlists Dance Music Powerhouses for 'Death To Genres Vol. 3'

GTA- Death to Genres Vol. 3

Good Times Ahead is what duo GTA stands and lives by. And good times are certainly ahead amidst their EP announcement ‘Death To Genres Vol. 3‘.

Recruiting the likes Dillon Francis, Anna Lunoe, Wax Motif, Zac From FIDLAR, Baauer and many more, JWLS and Van Toth have once again defied the status quo dance music. They’ve compiled a 4 track EP with each track taking on a fresh taste funky house grooves. Tracks like ‘Step It Up’ and ‘Money’ showcase up-tempo bass-thumping festival beats that fans have come to know and love.

Two years waiting well worth it as GTA has zero regard for boundaries when it comes to pushing the envelope their production value.

Death To Genres Vol.3‘ releases February 9th Mad Decent. Catch GTA on their ‘3NIGHTSTAND’ tour .

Dirty South's third album, 'XV' is an aural exploration of progressive house

Filed by Joe NoletteJoe Nolette

Four-years after the release cinematic album, With You, Dirty South has re-entered the album release ring with XV.

The expression “the third time’s a charm” could be applied to XV, which is indeed the visionary’s third LP. Such an application, however, would err in its adjectival minimalism — for the art XV’s craft warrants a stronger classification.

XV is a cerebral exhibition Dirty South’s maturity as both artist and producer, and  is as fluid in its overall arrangement as it is complex in its construction. Put briefly, XV is the heart Dirty South’s years experience as an artist, and it beats duly with the wisdom and expertise that Dirty South’s activity in the electronic industry has conferred upon him.

Listeners familiar with Dirty South’s catalogue will know, and know well, that the producer’s previous albums, Speed Life in 2013, Dirty South’s debut product, and With You in 2014, likewise were musical “charms” that effectively enraptured the electronic sphere. Speed Life and With You evinced Dirty South’s possession a golden touch in the studio, not simply a talent for the conceptualization euphoric progressive house productions, but an ingenious mastery there.

XV is no exception. The album effectively retains, exemplifies, and deepens hallmarks Dirty South style: piercing, reverberating commercial house tones, rousing vocal work, inquisitively optimistic lyrical content, and complex chord progressions that enticingly drive the listener XV from one track on the list to the next, until the album is finished. The work is furthermore miraculous in its sonic diversity, working with a variety different sounds and associated moods over the course its ten tracks to forge a release that remains impeccable and refined in its balance despite its roving.

Such fluidity between different tones can be witnessed in cuts like “Night Walks” and “Higher.” “Sonar” and “Love Story” surface as other sweet spots on XV’s track list. XV additionally invites the return previous Dirty South collaborators, and , on “Higher” and “Love Story,” and “If It All Stops,” and “Next to You,” respectively.

XV is emblematic not solely Dirty South’s command the melodically entrancing, but the Serbian-Australian producer’s longevity. Dirty South would release his first ‘ficial’ production under the “Dirty South” stage name in 2004—14 years later, Dirty South continues to enthrall listeners with ease, and last, but hardly least, with dexterity.

Tiësto: "Sven Väth was definitely the first DJ that inspired me"

Filed by Jenette DanieleJenette Daniele

Tiësto has called Sven Väth the first DJ that inspired him in a new interview with In The Mix. The trance producer and DJ also stated that more recently, he’s been inspired by everyone from Martin Garrix to Madeon. Speaking ahead of a show Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, Tiësto also explained he doesn’t party as much as he used to but “I still go pretty hard on the weekends”.

The biggest changes he’s seen in his 20-plus-years of DJing is the transition in DJ formats, namely from vinyl to SD cards and USB sticks. The studio has seen it’s fair share of transitions too, with producers moving away from analogue. Read the full interview on In The Mix.

Tiësto also recently announced a new show with Steve Angello and Faithless in the UK in May. 20 years clearly isn’t enough for the Dutch DJ – he recently extended his Las Vegas residency to 2020.

Ryos delivers progressive house vibes on 'Living Again' - Dancing Astronaut

Filed by Joe NoletteJoe Nolette

New York native is finally back to make his debut in the new year. After spending the latter half 2017 locked in the studio, he is ready to deliver a brand new single in the form “Living Again.”

The track is a delicious bit progressive house from start to finish. Boasting euphoric vocals from Tony Rodini and a classic Ryos melody, it is a clear testament that the rising phenom is primed to have his biggest year to date.

The Radar 104: Mixed by Dillon Nathaniel

Filed by Antonio AlbertyAntonio Alberty

House is back in full force, and LA-based rising star  is leading the charge from the warehouse scene. With previous releases on labels like ‘s and ‘s , the low-end connoisseur is earning his stripes with the scene’s finest and doing it with his own tech-meets-bass house flair.

Stepping up to the plate for his first-ever mix for The Radar, Dillon Nathaniel pulls out all the stops to show listeners who may not be as familiar with him why they should pay attention. He stacks the hour-long mix to the brim with unreleased IDs from his personal arsenal — including his forthcoming single on Heldeep with SLVR — in addition to intertwining crunching, shaking cuts from colleagues like Eats Everything, Wongo, and Green Velvet.

For fans the mix and wanting to hear more from Dillon Nathaniel, he will be supporting Destructo on his Let’s Be Friends Tour starting this Friday in LA and Phoenix on Saturday for a string dates, which you can check out . Additionally, he will emabarking on a headline run down to Australia this April.

Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
95 North, Mason Maynard – Puffy
Dillon Nathaniel & Golf Clap – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Dustycloud – Bold (Dillon Nathaniel Remix)
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – Resonate (Warehouse Bass VIP Edit)
Green Velvet, Mason Maynard – Auto Mate
Wongo & Senor Roar – Teahaus
Dillon Nathaniel & Golf Clap – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Eats Everything – Loud
Dakar, Tim Baresko – Alright
Mant – Hold It
Gorgon City – Grooves On The Vinyl
Carlo Lio vs DJ Pierre, DJ Pierre, Carlo Lio – Destroy This Track
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Metodi Hristov – Sonar (D-Unity Remix)
Dillon Nathaniel – ID
Dillon Nathaniel – ID

Launchpad: Decompress with these downtempo vibes

Filed by Elsa MajewskiElsa Majewski

 is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration. 

DA Playlist Selects:

Occupanther feat. Plateau Green – “Akira”

Inspired by the organic tone language Gustav Mahler’s symphonies, Julian Klaas — known musically as Plateau Green — is creating a cerebral niche dreamy electronica by linking elements alternative pop with experimental soundscapes and lush instrumentals. Klass had joined forces with the German Occupanter ahead his debut EP, The Arch Our Eye’s Orbit, and the release is all too stunning to pass up for the latest Launchpad playlist. If Klaas’ is about the detachment from the human self and finding one’s original state being, as he’s articulated in a press release, then “Akira” is the grey matter in between. It’s a dazzling venture that transforms nothingness into sheer beauty, channeling the likes and solidifying Plateau Green’s rising status in the downtempo realm along the way.

Bearcubs – “Landslide”

London-based Bearcubs is preparing to release his debut album come March 2. Both Bearcub’s sultry vocals and a solid production style are a commanding force, aligning his work with several contemporary music’s finest soulful crooners like  and . Bearcubs combined future garage and lo-fi house music in his latest meticulously crafted production “Landslide.” Perhaps his most aptly named work to date, “Landslide” is both an account  his grasp on the nimble state electronic music and his imminent growth in the musical sphere.


Occupanther feat. Plateau Green – “Akira”
Masserne- “Ouaconisen”
Bearcubs- “Landslide”
Soul Catalyst – “Escape”


Tinashe ft. Future – Faded Love

Filed by tr21ktr21k

Tinashe ft. Future – Faded Love

Tinashe taps Future for her new single, “Faded Love” which is streaming below now.

Rick Ross ft. T-Pain & Kodak Black – Florida Boy

Filed by Alvera CastaldoAlvera Castaldo

Rozay, T-Pain and Kodak Black rep the Sunshine State hard in the new video for “Florida Boy,” f that upcoming Port Miami 2.

Rick Ross Announces Next Album: Port of Miami 2

Filed by Rene MayfieldRene Mayfield

Rick Ross Announces Next Album: Port  Miami 2

His new LP Rather You Than Me is less than a week old, but Rick Ross is already plotting his next fering. During a recent interview with Papa Keith Miami’s 103.5 The Beat, Rozay announced that his next album, his 10th overall, will be a sequel to his 2006 debut Port Miami called Port Miami 2: Born to Kill.

Watch the full interview, during which he also speaks on his Birdman diss “Idols Become Rivals”, as well as REVOLT’s recently released documentary on Port Miami, below.

Fabolous & Jadakiss ft. Swizz Beatz – Theme Music

Filed by Ellamae AlewineEllamae Alewine

Roll bounce with Fab, Kiss and Swizz Beatz in their new video for “Theme Music” f that Friday on Elm Street, out now.