Lane 8 stuns in final single ahead of new album, 'Little By Little'

Filed by Antonio AlbertyAntonio Alberty

 has tapped the Manchester musician-producer JF July for “Coming Back To You,” a new single from his forthcoming album,  Little By Little. 

“Coming Back To You” is the latest endeavor on Daniel Goldstein’s sonically-evocative, upcoming aural odyssey. The track’s an archetypal presentation Lane 8’s stylistic decorum and a pleasing marriage electronica and deep house. It employs a galvanizing melody and texturized vocal sampling. “Coming Back To You” follows “Atlas” and “No Captain” and hints that Goldstein’s album will be his most expanse aural journey to date.

Lane 8’s sophomore album, Little By Little, is out January 19, on his own imprint, This Never Happened.

 

 

 

Lane 8 stuns in final single ahead  new album, 'Little By Little'


Lloyd Banks – Young And Reckless

Filed by Joe NoletteJoe Nolette

Lloyd Banks – Young And Reckless

Lloyd Banks keeps his At Your Request freestyle series moving with a new one called “Young And Reckless” over a throwback instrumental from araabMUZIK.

Listen below.


Tony Moxberg ft. Smoke DZA, Snyp Life & Styles P Welcome to the Jungle (Remix)

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It’s gorilla season up in Yonkers with Tony Moxberg, Styles P, D-Block’s Snyp Life and Smoke DZA in the new video for Tony’s “Welcome To The Jungle” remix.


Tony Moxberg ft. Smoke DZA, Snyp Life & Styles P – Welcome to the Jungle (Remix)

Filed by Ryan FerroRyan Ferro

Tony Moxberg ft. Smoke DZA, Snyp Life & Styles P – Welcome to the Jungle (Remix)

Tony Moxberg brings in reinforcements in the form Smoke DZA and D-Block’s Snyp Life for a new remix to him and Styles P’s “Welcome To The Jungle.” Check out the Jimmy Dukes-produced cut below.


Tony Moxberg & Whispers – Mossberg

Filed by Donte DishnerDonte Dishner

Tony Moxberg & Whispers – Mossberg

Y-O’s Tony Moxberg and Whispers, right hand Chris Rivers, look to hit you with the “Mossberg” on a new collaboration produced by Dayzel.

Check it out below.



SHIRT – Flight Home

Filed by Judi PeartJudi Peart

I hope you’re ready because your boy SHIRT is about to take shit to the next level. With the release his new San Holo-produced track and video “Flight Home,” the Queens MC announces a new deal with Jack White’s Third Man Records (the label’s first such partnership with a Rap artist), plus the imminent release his debut album Pure Beauty on February 9th. The album was inspired by the artwork John Baldessari and following the initial digital release, there will be a physical LP release on February 23rd which will feature an alternate cover with Baldessari’s artwork, as well as additional bonus content and a t-shirt. Watch “Flight Home,” filmed in the streets Manhattan and the world-famous Freedom Tunnel, above.

SHIRT – Flight Home


Baka Not Nice Money In The Bank

Filed by Alvera CastaldoAlvera Castaldo

The jux is real in Baka’s new visual for “Money In The Bank,” the single he dropped back in October.


Baka Not Nice I Am Who I Am

Filed by Kelli MichelsonKelli Michelson

Baka Not Nice  I Am Who I Am

Here’s another new one from OVO’s own Baka called “I Am Who I Am.” This originally debuted on OVO Sound Radio along with the previous drop, “Money In The Bank,” but now it gets an ficial release. Produced by Murda Beatz and Vinylz.

Listen below.


Marty Baller – Be Me

Filed by Ryan FerroRyan Ferro

Marty Baller mobs through Uptown with his crew in the new video for “Be Me” produced by Lory Beatz.


Legendary selector Paul Van Dyk is playing in Brissy tongiht

Filed by Kelli MichelsonKelli Michelson

For decades German Trance/Techno pioneer Paul Van Dyk has been making his mark in the Electronic Dance world and hasn’t prepared to slow down anytime soon. In his 40’s and with 8 studio albums under his beltPVD is still proving he can put on a stellar show and wow the crowd with his stunning productions and iconic anthems.

For those who have seen PVD before will know that when you experience his shows firsthand, it’s a phenomenal and mind-blowing experience. If you are yet to see him, you won’t be disappointed.

Paul Van Dyk is coming down under and you can catch him in the flesh at The MET Brisbane tonight! Cop tix and suss out all the event details

Check out his EPIC Tomorrowland performance in Belgium last year and get keen!


Darude Shares Gabriel & Dresen's ‘Waiting For Winter’ Remix Video

Filed by Rebecca RobertiRebecca Roberti

Darude Shares Gabriel & Dresen's ‘Waiting For Winter’ Remix Video

Gabriel & Dresden feat. Jan Burton- Waiting For Winter (Darude Remix)

It has certainly been an exciting year for trance legends Gabriel & Dresden. On December 15th, they released their first album in eleven years called The Only Road. They just opened for Above & Beyond in Los Angeles and have more tour stops to follow in 2018. And with more tour stops, will come more new music… even a remix from ‘Sandstorm’ maestro Darude.

Yesterday, Darude shared a video his remix on Gabriel & Dresden’s ‘Waiting For Winter’. What’s interesting here is both artists have recently made a comeback on to the scene. In the video, which is close to two and half hours long, goes through each part the track while Darude explains what he did to certain parts the song. The remix gives ‘Waiting For Winter’ an energetic twist that’s covered with strong trance synths. The release date hasn’t been confirmed, but by judging the video, it should be out soon. Check out Darude’s remix video below.


Shlomi Aber makes Drumcode Ltd debut with sharp new EP

Filed by Yun PinkertonYun Pinkerton

Israeli producer Shlomi Aber has made his debut on Ltd with an articulate four-track EP on the label’s vinyl-only fshoot.

While Shlomi Aber is not yet be a household name, his production work spans the last 15 years, with releases on labels like Cocoon, Ovum, R&S, Nonplus +, Figure, and Renaissance. As the Be As One label boss, launched in 2006, Aber has continually positioned his status as a purveyor sharp, rousing techno. He’s seen out releases from , the ever-rising , and many more.

His latest contribution to the Drumcode Ltd sets outs with knifelike sting and cements Aber’s refreshing stylistic stronghold on the pounding DC sound the Drumcode’s early years.

On “Inflict,”Aber ominously warns the heavy-hitting intentions the EP. The aptly-named track employs a tense atmosphere in which Aber snakes, grim steely percussion beneath. Immediately following is the title track “Accelerator” which is a feverously, cavernous beast, reportedly built using a 909 and XOXBOX Acid machine. On “Typeface” Aber strips back from the intensity “Accelerator,” where he slows the functional energy the track tremendously. Although, “Typeface” too, proves to be an extended build towards a tantalizing techno journey. Finally, the four-piece work is rounded out by the seven-minute “Rain Storm,” in which Aber lowers the intensity his work, only to build into a galvanizing cut that will surely see out that he has a big year on the circuit.

 

 

Shlomi Aber makes Drumcode Ltd debut with sharp new EP