Germany-based Turkish producer Butch becomes the next artist to join the fledgling MDLBEAST Records with his new track “Testarossa,“ bringing underground vibes to the Saudi label. Opening with tech-house-inspired minimal percussion, Butch artistically ups the ante by weaving in moody synths and increasingly progressive basslines. The result is a dark but euphonious and dance-worthy tune that also represents a cultural connection between Butch’s own heritage and MDLBEAST’s mission to expose the talent of the Middle East region, burgeoning a new era of discovery for that part of the world. The label’s first release was R3HAB, Fafaq & DNF’s “Ringtone,” and Butch’s “Testarossa” continues the strong start for Saudi Arabia’s most exciting brand in music.
“It’s been a full year without clubs, locked in a studio for introspection, and I’m happy to present ‘Testarossa’ as a result of that time. I think that as artists and fans, all we want is to drop some sonic bombs, future club classics, and make things better so we can all dance together again soon.” – Butch
Butch has one aim with his music – to take listeners on a sonic journey. Whether he’s dropping eastern-inspired psychedelia or pounding prime-time techno, fans can only be sure that they are at the mercy of one of the industry’s most creative selectors. If he’s not honing his sounds in the studio, he’s channeling his wit into the Butch TV series (always with a healthy dose of sarcasm). Butch’s exploration into the trippier side of house and techno led him to collaborate with a fellow master of the psyche, Riccardo Villalobos. The duo has produced deep, experimental EPs under the combined alias ButRic. Now, officially as a part of MDLBEAST Records, Butch adds to his discography “Testarossa,” in addition to earlier releases on such labels as Watergate, Cocoon, Crosstown Rebels, Drumcode, Desolat, Hot Creations, Rekids, Saved, Rebirth, to name a few.
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Don’t Miss Out! Chloé Caillet Serves Up A Housey Jam, “NYWTF”
Chloé Caillet moves into a fun dimension with her new housey jam “NYWTF.” Inspired by the classic sound of Detroit and Chicago House, the melody here calls for arms spread and raised to the skies.
In collaboration with Mikhail Beltran and released via CircoLoco Records, “NYWTF” outstands when it comes to minimal and deep tech beats. Moreover, the mantra on repeat «New York What The Fuck» is so bloody addictive that invites everyone to dance.
Hailing from Paris, France, Chloé Caillet is a rising female producer and DJ whose eclectic style is impressing the underground circles. There’s also something vintage about her music that I absolutely enjoy. Well, who doesn’t?…
Best of all, the music video transports you to the capital of the world, the Big Apple. These visuals are simple but iconic at the same time, showing you the land of the free through retro aesthetics.
I really hope you like it as much as I do.
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Myst Milano Astounds Everyone With Her ‘Bitch House’ Style
Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Myst Milano is on a mission to revive the ‘Bitch House’ style. She will leave you with your mouth wide open once you discover her iconic song and video, “No Shade.”
What I love about the entire production is without question the old-school and sexy vibes that this track emanates. To date, I can’t understand why such a brilliant release seems to be incredibly underrated.
“No Shade” represents a tribute to her experiences in the Ballroom community. Additionally, this gem is inspired by pioneers of the ‘Bitch House’ style like Moi Renee and Rageous.
All of a sudden, this single saw the light thanks to the support of Defected Records, a British independent label that still promotes the housey culture and genre all over the world.
Indisputably, Myst Milano is more than ready to make waves within the underground circles and beyond. Personally, I can’t wait to hear more hot tunes from her catalog.
If you have musical ears, it’ll be easy to recognize she has a ton of potential.
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Swavé Brings Latin House Vibes In “Perros”
Swavé returns with an infectious and upbeat Latin-infused House track, “Perros” sure to have you up and dancing immediately. Following his fiery tracks “ME DICEN (HOLY MOLE)” and “MOVE ON YOU (NERVOUS),” Swavé’s newest single is now available via There Is A Light Records.
“With Perros, I wanted to fuse tech house elements with reggaeton elements. You can hear reggaeton drums throughout the track alongside classic house hi hats and claps, accompanied with a very interesting shaker/hat background loop.” — Swavé
Jam-packed with infectious energy, “Perros” is one to get the party going and lasting. The Archer, President and founder of There Is A Light Records, continues to showcase a keen eye for talent, simply stating “being that we were already fans of his music, we knew immediately that Swavé’s track ‘Perros’ would expand our label’s sound to reflect my varied personal taste in music.”
The pairing between TIAL and Swavé couldn’t be more perfect. One of the fastest-growing House/Techno labels in the world pushing forth a dynamic, emerging artist who is making waves in the global electronic music movement. “Perros” is an attention-grabber, combining lively drums, recorded dog bark samples, and a raucous Latin vocal for a lively, blockparty-ready jam.
Manuel Olea, widely known as Swavé, is currently one of the hottest acts out of Los Angeles. His style of music being Latin influenced House and tech house has taken over dance floors from coast to coast. Swavé has had many notable shows recently. Moreover, since 2021 he has performed at Hollywood Palladium, Taraka with Gordo, Nocturnal Wonderland, Goldrush AZ, Exchange LA, Academy LA, and Sound in Hollywood, to name a few. Swavé’s music career started in 2020 as a self-taught DJ and producer, receiving support from Pete Tong on BBC radio one, Cloonee, Atrak, Dombresky, Jax Jones, and Tony Romera. Since 2021 he has released on: Club Sweat, Desert Hearts, Nervous, Space Yacht, Material Series, Flashmob, plus more… Swavé’s love for Latin music stems from his upbringing and his goal is to push the Latin sound forward.