If I have to describe Aadysi‘s latest remix in one word, it would be cinematic. On this occasion, he put his own twist on The Glitch Mob‘s album track “How Could This Be Wrong”. Definitely, he gave the song a new life. Therefore, you will notice it is filled with intense bass, broken rhythms, and fresh sound effects that provide a sense of epicness. As a fan of the original, he made sure to keep Tula’s emotive vocals, while bringing a more vibrant vibe to the whole composition. Actually, this remix is part of a Splice contest, so feel free to support him by liking his entry, and grab your copy without any cost below.
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Adventure Club Links Up With BEAUZ & Tilian For “Drive”
Considered to be one of the forefathers of melodic Dubstep, Adventure Club, are releasing a new single that will give fans a taste of what’s to come on their upcoming album. Adventure Club’s latest track, “Drive,” is out now via Ultra Music.
Adventure Club fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of an album from the Canadian duo for five years. Though the group faced a series of delays and setbacks, they are excited to finally be releasing their sophomore album, Love // Chaos. The LP highlights the fire and energy Adventure Club fans have grown to love since the duo first emerged as leaders in the dance music industry.
“Drive” is a three-minute track that features melodic vocals delivered by Tilian Pearson from the Sacramento-based band Dance Gavin Dance. The track combines Tilian’s distinct vocals with an ethereal and energetic electronic track that uplifts listeners while showcasing Adventure Club’s signature synth drops and melodic bass.
“We’re so happy to have embarked and completed this musical journey. Beauz has been breaking incredible genre-defying ground, and Tilian has been one of our favorite artists for as long as we can remember. I think everyone will be able to hear each artists distinct contributions to what is probably our favorite track on the upcoming album.” – Adventure Club
It’s clear that Leighton James and Christian Srigley, the two artists behind Adventure Club, haven’t lost their knack for producing cutting-edge dance tracks. “Drive” is just another example of Adventure Club’s expertise in the dance music space, and will surely help propel the duo to their rightful spot atop the dance music industry once again.
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Adventure Club Preview Forthcoming Album With Single “Here” — LISTEN
As we eagerly await the arrival of Adventure Club’s forthcoming album, the Canadian duo offers another preview with the release of the new single “Here.” The melodic bass tune is available on all streaming platforms now via Ultra Music.
Many artists have helped shape and influence dance music over the years, but few have remained as influential as Adventure Club. In 2020, Adventure Club announced their forthcoming album and released a plethora of singles that brought along talents such as Yuna, Said The Sky, Nurko, Dia Frampton, and HALIENE, leaving fans anxiously awaiting the LP’s full release.
Filtered with vocal chops and sharp saw waves, Adventure Club showcase their best with new single “Here.” Rekindling their passion for electronic music, fans of yesterday and today will be able to appreciate Adventure Club’s return to the spotlight. Taking center stage with new and exciting music, the forefathers of melodic bass are rightfully claiming their throne with this current slew of singles. “Here” presents a stunning topline and vocal work that offers listeners a pleasant escape from reality. Drowned in ambient guitar plucks, “Here” is an emotive Future Bass cut that tears at the heartstrings. Serenading their fans through heartbreak and peace, Adventure Club continues to gear up for their most anticipated studio project in over 5 years.
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Pushing Daizies Release Debut Album ‘Initium,’ Out Now On Dim Mak
After the much-anticipated announcement of their true identities, Pushing Daizies officially release their first full-length body of work with their ‘Initium’ album. Featuring an epic culmination of twelve tracks, the LP features formerly released favorites such as “Want It To End,” “Dreams,” and “I Want To Know” as well as five brand new tracks. True to the Pushing Daizies style, each new track is both melodic and meaningful in its own way, exemplifying the emotion and personal experiences that take the shape of every song. From the nostalgic, heartfelt vocals of “Without You” to the melodic dubstep and angsty vibes of “I Would Never” and “Break Your Heart,” the duo hits right in the feels. “Left4Dead” is the breakup song you’ve been waiting for, while “Edge Off” featuring Kelsey Ray is perhaps one of the most upbeat and groovy songs of the album. No matter what your mood is, ‘Initium’ has a place. Read on for Riot Ten and Stoutty’s inspiration behind the album:
“This album means so much to us. We’ve been working on it for over a year, and it’s our first album together as Pushing Daizies. There’s so much emotion that went into the process, especially during a time period like we’ve never experienced before. I don’t think we’ve ever been more proud of a full body of work like this, and this is just the beginning. We hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as we did creating it.” – Riot Ten & Stoutty (Pushing Daizies)
Pushing Daizies is the pseudonym of US-based producers Riot Ten and Stoutty joining forces. The enigmatic duo makes groovy, bass-heavy, electronic dance music that creates an emotional roller coaster, pulling at the heartstrings of its listeners. The project, which initially began as multiple collaborations between the two artists, transpired as their synergy saw no end in sight. “Once we found our rhythm, we knew we had something special. It was bigger than just a few singles. I guess you could say that the project was an accident in the greatest way possible,” said one of the producers. The term “pushing daisies” refers to the flowers that grow over a burial plot when someone dies, which is symbolic of the cycles of life and death, light and dark. Said differently, when someone dies, life is created.