Just a month after NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg released their notable collaboration “REDLIGHT”, the track receives a funky, trap-driven remix by none other than Flosstradamus. The prolific bass artist gives the already-heavy record some extra street cred with dramatic effects like a reverberating, growling bassline and a rhythmic breakdown that will be a hit on dancefloors this spring and summer. NGHTMRE started off this festival season on his A-game with the release of the original “REDLIGHT,” “BANG” with Shaquille O’Neal and Lil Jon, and a headline performance at Ultra Music Festival’s Main Stage. Flosstradamus’ remix comes just after NGHTMRE’s closing sets at Coachella in the iconic Sahara tent, where he brought special guests – A$AP Ferg, Lil Jon and SLANDER to perform with him on Weekend 1 and Louis The Child, Oliver Tree (who sang NGHTMRE’s remix of “Hurt”) and SLANDER one more time on Weekend 2 to close out the 2019’s edition of Coachella.
NGHTMRE has evolved into a real force of nature over the last several years – between hit collaborations, originals and the launch of his own label, the LA-based artist has earned his position as one of bass music’s leading faces. He recently collaborated with Wiz Khalifa and PnB Rock on “TTM” and has teamed up with heavyweights like Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Big Gigantic and The Chainsmokers. NGHTMRE’s dynamic, always dancefloor-friendly sound and fast-paced, exhilarating live sets have earned him a loyal fanbase, resulting in a packed tour schedule that has included a Hakkasan Las Vegas residency, Lollapalooza (Chicago, Paris, Berlin, Brazil), EDC (Las Vegas, Orlando, Mexico, Tokyo), Electric Zoo, Mysteryland, Creamfields, Amnesia Ibiza, Shambhala, Middlelands, Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Holy Ship!, and Tomorrowland, as well as his own Gud Vibrations multi-event series with SLANDER.
Currently based in Los Angeles, Flosstradamus came to prominence in Chicago while collaborating with acts such as Major Lazer, Matt & Kim, A-Trak, and Baauer. Career highlights over the past decade include iconic tracks like Major Lazer’s “Original Don” (Flosstradamus Remix), “CROWD CNTRL,” “Mosh Pit,” “TTU (Too Turnt Up)” featuring Waka Flocka Flame, “Soundclash” and “Prison Riot” with GTA featuring Lil Jon as well as collaborations with Post Malone and Travis Porter. Flosstradamus has become synonymous with a Hi-Def lifestyle, ultimately resulting in a lifestyle brand that’s extended to apparel, a festival property with HDYFEST, and record label Hi Def Youth. Flosstradamus’ devout group of fans known as the HDYNATION has developed into one of the most dedicated and recognizable communities in dance music.
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Riot Ten Teams Up With SAYMYNAME For Intense Bass Single “Glocks”
Two dons of Dubstep and Hard Trap (respectively), Riot Ten and SAYMYNAME team up on “Glocks”, a hyper-charged single featuring Milano the Don. Showing no mercy on the track, these two festival regulars produce stadium-booming drops and hype energy, uniting rail-breakers around the world.
“SAYMYNAME and I go way back. We’ve watched each other grow from basically day 1 and it’s been nothing but love and support. I’d honestly say this collab is about 5 years in the making, so to finally have something coming out is exciting. Due to our storied history, I can see this being one of the most anticipated of the year.” – RIOT TEN
“One of the hardest collabs! Riot Ten is a real one, and a good homie of mine. We wanted to give our fans something special, and I’m so hyped we got together on this huge record.” – SAYMYNAME
“Glocks” is the first single from Riot Ten’s upcoming debut studio album, Hype or Die: Nightmares, due out this September 13th via Dim Mak. The new material follows his Hype Or Die: Sun City EP and months of heavy touring, which included stops at EDC, Paradiso, Electric Forest and Global Dub Festival at Red Rocks. When he wasn’t on the road, Riot Ten was home in Texas organizing events for his local community. In the wake of this summer’s devastating events in El Paso and Dayton, Riot Ten teamed up with Nazaar to produce the 915 Strong charity concert, raising nearly $20,000 for the families of recent victims. Riot Ten’s Hype or Die 2019 Tour continues this weekend at Electric Zoo.
Joining Riot Ten on the heavy-hitting single is HARDTRAP pioneer SAYMYNAME. The Los Angeles-bred artist has had a monumental 2019, joining the likes of DJ Snake, The Chainsmokers, Fisher, and Major Lazer as one of Wynn Nightlife’s latest resident DJs. His summer was highlighted by gigs at Audiotistic and an insane EDC, where he performed three sets, including closing out Cosmic Meadow b2b with 4B. Fans can catch him this weekend at Electric Zoo and at Shaq’s Bass All Stars Official EZoo Afterparty.
Riot Ten Hype Or Die Tour 2019
August 24 – Bassrush Massive Arizona 2019 – Phoenix, AZ
August 31 – Electric Zoo – New York, NY
September 6 – Republic, New Orleans, LA
September 7 – Wobbleland – Dallas, TX
September 8 – Riverside Festival – Quebec, Canada
September 20 – Dream Nation Festival – Paris, France
October 4 – Showbox SoDo – Seattle, WA
October 5 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
October 8 – The Pub Station – Billings, MT
October 9 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT
October 10 – Senator Theatre – Chico, CA
October 11 – The Catalyst Atrium – Santa Cruz, CA
October 18 – El Rey Theater – Albuquerque, NM
October 19 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
October 25 – Escape Halloween – San Bernardino, CA
October 26 – Get Freaky – Salt Lake City, UT
October 30 – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO
October 31 – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO
November 1 – The Wave Outdoor – Wichita, KS
November 2 – Granada Theater – Lawrence, KS
November 6 – The Bourbon – Lincoln, NE
November 7 – Blue Moose Tap House – Iowa City, IA
November 8 – Elektricity Nightclub – Pontiac, MI
November 9 – EDC Orlando – Orlando, FL
November 14 – Rec Room – Buffalo, NY
November 20 – Soundcheck – Washington, DC
November 21 – Peabody’s Nightclub – Virginia Beach, VA
November 22 – Europe Night Club – Saint Francisville, MO
November 23 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
November 29 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
November 30 – Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
December 11 – Saturn – Birmingham, AL
December 12 – Thompson House – Newport, KY
December 13 – Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON CAN
December 14 – Club Soda – Montreal, QC CAN
January 1 – NYD Foam Festival – Brisbane, AUS
January 2 – Bay Dream Festival – Tauranga, NZ
SAYMYNAME 2019 Tour Dates
August 31 – Electric Zoo – New York, NY
August 31 – Shaq’s Bass All Stars – Brooklyn, NY
September 6 – Output Presents Rare Bangkok 2019! – Chom Thong, Thailand
September 14 – Nocturnal Wonderland – San Bernardino, CA
September 20 – Encore Beach Club – Las Vegas, NV
October 5 – Encore Beach Club – Las Vegas, NV
4B Releases Trap & Hardstyle-Influenced Track “Told You” On Ultra Records
4B makes his return on Ultra Records in the form of a brand new heavy-hitting single “Told You”, serving as an epic announcement of his forthcoming ‘Explosive’ EP. “Told You” delivers elements of trap and hardstyle in its percussion-heavy buildup and stabbing, driving basslines, rounded out with serrating synths and distorted vocals. It is a prime example of 4B’s party-ready, hard-hitting style – the same one that kicked off DJ Snake’s label Premiere Classe with “Whistle” in 2018. “Told You” follows 4B’s “Blackout” with Flosstradamus released this month, which was his debut on Ultra Records. Keep an eye out for new tunes and the full ‘Explosive’ EP coming soon!
Robert McKeon Jr., better known as 4B, may only be 26 years old, but he’s already been honing his musical skills for nearly half of his life. The American DJ and producer has relentlessly pursued his signature sound and vision, garnering support from some of the industry’s legends like Skrillex, DJ Snake, Diplo and Tiesto for his unique sound and meticulous production style. His trademark single was “Pop Dat” with Aazar in 2015; the track became one of the most played track songs of the year and topped over 12 million streams on Spotify alone, putting 4B firmly on the map as one to be watched in the dance music scene. Since then, he has remixed the likes of Fetty Wap’s “My Way” with Flosstradamus and DJ Snake’s “Middle.” 4B has also earned himself somewhat of a cult following from his electric live performances, which include his wildly popular set at EDC Las Vegas right before ZEDD, where he brought out Soulja Boy as a special guest. Bobby continues to evolve and mature as an artist, and we are excited to see what the next wave of his career brings.
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Check Out Party Favor’s Remix Album ‘Layers’ (Ft. YehMe2, J. Worra, Blanke, BIJOU, Etc.)
Party Favor is still riding the wave of hype and acclaim from his debut album ‘Layers’, and he’s back with another gift for fans – a package featuring rage-ready remixes from Duke & Jones, Wuki, J. Worra, Blanke, TroyBoi, BIJOU, Dabow, and YehMe2. Each features a unique spin on the original, with the overall influences drawing from bass, tech house, g-house and more. From the reverberating basslines and sinister sound effects on Duke & Jones’s remix of “Reach for Me” to TroyBoi’s hip-hop-influenced remix of “Wait A Minute” to the two dancefloor-ready remixes of “Wasabi,” the ‘Layers’ remix package has everything you need for a night out. With the release of ‘Layers’, Party Favor explored the many facets of himself as an artist, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next.
“Before I finished the ‘Layers’ album, I knew that I wanted to put together a remix pack for it. I’m so happy how they all turned out. So many talented people got to be a part of this, and I’m very grateful. All genres, all vibes and everything in between. Everyone did their thing. Smashes all around.” – Party Favor
With one of the most diverse and accomplished resumes in the industry as a DJ, producer, and boundary-pushing artist, Party Favor is a real force of nature. His music has helped the festival trap, and twerk scenes rise to sudden popularity in dance music, frequently blurring the boundaries between electronic, rap, reggae, and many other genres. In addition to multiple hit singles and a debut EP (feat. Gucci Mane, Rich the Kid, Dillon Francis) that reached #2 on iTunes Dance, #1 on US Dance Radio and #7 on Billboard’s Dance radio charts, the LA-based artist has worked as a producer for some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Lil Jon, 2 Chainz, Migos and A$AP Ferg. In case you can’t make one of his album tour dates, catch Party Favor at his residencies at Hakkasan Group (Hakkasan, Omnia, Wet Republic) in Vegas, E11even in Miami and Premier Nightclub in Atlantic City this year. 2019 thus far has been a massive transformation for Party Favor, and shedding all of these ‘Layers’ was just the beginning.
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TroyBoi Releases Remix Of Party Favor’s “Wait A Minute” Ft. A$AP Ferg & Juicy J
London-born artist TroyBoi just dropped a remix of Party Favor‘s “Wait A Minute” featuring A$AP Ferg & Juicy J, as a part of Party Favor’s forthcoming remix version of ‘Layers’ album, scheduled for a release on August 15. TroyBoi, who recently collaborated with Skrillex on “WARLORDZ” and released his “V!BEZ, Vol. 3” EP on OWSLA, gives the hip-hop/electronic crossover track a trap makeover, incorporating mechanical synths and slow-mo basslines to serve as a backdrop for the original rap verses. No matter if you’re out for the night or simply jamming in your bedroom, this remix is sure to be a crowd favorite. The “Wait A Minute” remix follows Party Favor’s releases of an acoustic version of “Be OK” and remix version (remixes from BIJOU and Yehme2) of “Wave” featuring Lil Baby & Rich The Kid, serving as the teaser of the full “Layers” remix album coming later this month on Area 25. Party Favor released the original “Layers” debut album in April as his most personal and stylistically diverse piece yet. Keep an eye out for what’s next as Party Favor continues to build his empire!
With one of the most diverse and accomplished resumes in the industry as a DJ, producer, and boundary-pushing artist, Party Favor is a real force of nature. His music has helped the festival trap, and twerk scenes rise to sudden popularity in dance music, frequently blurring the boundaries between electronic, rap, reggae, and many other genres. In addition to multiple hit singles and a debut EP (feat. Gucci Mane, Rich the Kid, Dillon Francis) that reached #2 on iTunes Dance, #1 on US Dance Radio and #7 on Billboard’s Dance radio charts, the LA-based artist has worked as a producer for some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Lil Jon, 2 Chainz, Migos and A$AP Ferg. In case you can’t make one of his album tour dates, catch Party Favor at his residencies at Hakkasan Group (Hakkasan, Omnia, Wet Republic) in Vegas, E11even in Miami and Premier Nightclub in Atlantic City this year. 2019 thus far has been a massive transformation for Party Favor, and shedding all of these “Layers” was just the beginning.
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BLVD. Self-Releases Hard-Hitting Second Track “Full Send”
The world was introduced to BLVD. with his debut single “Crowd Control” back in May, and now the safety-yellow clad artist is back with his follow up “Full Send”. Every bit as heavy and gritty as its predecessor, the new track delivers a hard-hitting dose of ominous basslines, jarringly mechanical synths and bone-shaking percussion. BLVD.’s unique approach to bass music centers on creating an atmosphere within every song, and in “Full Send” one can almost feel the concrete jungle locales where the artist takes his namesake from grittiness and grandiosity are the contrasting elements that BLVD. lives by. Take a listen to “Full Send” and join the BLVD. movement, one track at a time.
Boulevards are made of much more than stone, sand, gravel, and asphalt. At their essence, they are a culmination of a million journeys – so many individual steps, tires, waste, and grime – and yet they are enduring, through rain and snow and heat, and majestic in their ability to withstand all that humans and nature may throw at them. BLVD.’s music represents the beauty in grit through his heavy-hitting yet welcoming sound. Although not much is known about BLVD. to date, he’s already received support from influential artists such as Diplo & Friends, Alison Wonderland, RL Grime, 4B, Nitti Gritti, and Ekali. We can bet that “Crowd Control” and now “Full Send” are really only the beginning of something much bigger. Stay tuned for more music and news from BLVD. coming soon!
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