Just in time to kick off festival season, Max Styler and TWERL deliver their brand new track “Wasted Time” on Elysian Records. Opening with a creeping, cinematic buildup, “Wasted Time” blooms with reverberating basslines and warbling synths, all complemented by EVAN GIIA’s glimmering vocal performance. The track feels simultaneously powerful and sensitive as Styler’s production skills take the listener on slow-burning sonic journey that is intensified by the emotions behind the venomous vocals. “Wasted Time” is the first collaboration between Styler and TWERL, who recently released his well-received “Stay” EP on Elysian. The new track varies diversely in sound from Styler’s last single, “All Your Love,” further bolstering his reputation as a capable chameleon of a producer. 2018 is just getting started, so stay tuned for whatMax has up his sleeve next.
Max Styler is no stranger to being in the spotlight – he was signed to Dim Mak when he was only 18 years old, making him one of the youngest producers to be part of such an esteemed record label at the time. To say that 2017 was a fantastic year for Styler would be putting it lightly; the unique sound and impeccable production on his “Heartache” EP gave him both commercial appeal and an underground following. In addition, his track “Roller Coaster” rose to number three on the Beatport charts during its first week, followed by the epic “Knock Me Down” with MAKJ and his three track “Gold” and “Deep Dream” remix package. He rounded out last year with a seven-stop tour of Asia, including Club Space in China, Cubic in Macau and Wired Music Festival in Japan, then proceeded with the massive release of “All Your Love” just days into 2018. Now showcasing yet another side of many with “Wasted Time,” Max Styler proves yet again there is nothing he can’t do.
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BlareMob Releases A Fresh 5-Track EP ‘Dreams & Nightmares’
‘Dreams & Nightmares’ consists of 5 beautifully crafted Future-Bass tracks. The EP brings us a mixture of sounds that the genre has become known for, with BlareMob’s own take on the style just as we heard in their track “Diamond”. We can hear some classic future bass sounds in “Promise” and “Long Day”, prominent guitars, pianos in “Make You Mine” and “Magic”, and a calmer, chill feel with “Light”.
The songwriting has been quite effective with this EP and the styles adopted by the duo with the mesmerizing lyrics, amazing vocals, and solid production talent throughout shows us that the duo is certainly growing even further as artists.
BlareMob quotes ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ has been a project we’ve been working on for the most part of last year, and it dives deeper into our music production and songwriting. Producing the tracks in this EP has been extraordinary, as we’ve spent so much time on getting the lyrics, the sounds, and all the elements right to craft music that will last.
The track is available on all digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Beatport, Amazon Music, to name a few.
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The duo Keshav Bhardwaj aka Klipr and Himanshu, has been making original hits since 2017. With a shared passion for music and a wide range of stylistic influences, the group has only just scratched the surface of their creative potential. They have a lot more still under wraps.
Having known each other their entire lives, Keshav and Himanshu have always shared/done everything together. Their love for music took them to some of the most iconic musical festivals in the world. They have used these experiences, the styles of their favourite artists, as well as the excitement and energy of the crowds as inspiration for their work.
BlareMob has garnered significant attention from both fans and critics in the past with the release of singles like, ‘Diamond’, ‘Stabbed’, and ‘Nightlong’.
These tracks are perfect examples of the duo’s ability to experiment and blend different sounds together. While the songs are heavily driven by dance beats, they also feature technical synth breakdowns that are reminiscent of a true EDM banger. The result is a unique track that will appeal to both casual pop listeners and fans of heavier electronic music. In the coming months, the group plans to develop some of its larger projects.
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SMG, which was officially launched in India in May this year, was originally launched in 2018, with their base in Rotterdam, Netherlands. SMG is currently releasing music by Klipr, a solo project by Keshav Bhardwaj, and BlareMob a combined project by Keshav Bhardwaj and Himanshu Chhabra.
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PLS&TY Becomes The First Musician Selling Vinyl On Ethereum Blockchain Platform
PLS&TY becomes a frontrunner in the connection between music and technology by partnering with Ethereum blockchain platform Foundation to sell a limited quantity of his “Very Special” EP on vinyl. The EP was released digitally in April and features four tracks, with collaborations from Sean Kingston, Alex Aiono, Wifisfuneral, to name a few. Foundation’s mission is to serve as a stock exchange for art and culture, which allows the market’s natural supply and demand dictate the price of the goods sold on the platform; this dynamic pricing model lets artists benefit directly from the hype that surrounds their work. If you’re already anxious for a copy of “Very Special” on vinyl, you’ll need to get your hands on a $PECIAL digital token. Early buyers will secure a better price. When the vinyl is ready to ship, the tokens will be redeemable to receive the physical vinyl anywhere in the world; alternatively, token holders can continue to keep the digital value of the token or trade it in the Foundation market. The intersection of music with blockchain is an exciting glimpse into the future of the industry, and PLS&TY is the first musician to dive right in. Stay in the know by following PLS&TY and Foundation.
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“Foundation is an exciting new platform for creators that allows artists like me to realize the true value of our work and benefit directly from the hype that surrounds it. For a lot of people, crypto might feel inaccessible or complicated, but Foundation has built a streamlined process of buying and selling tokenized goods that puts the power in the hands of artists and our communities. Get in now, Be a part of something transformative. You’ll thank me later.” – PLS&TY
Tommy Leas, a Florida native – better known as PLS&TY – is burgeoning into the electronic dance music scene with his unique sound: languid bass, captivating vocals, and enough upbeat melodies to make anybody feel good. After a collection of chart-topping singles including “Good Vibes” (#1 on iTunes US Electronic Charts), “Down For Me”, “Rebel Love (#1 on iTunes US Electronic Charts), and “Motives” (#1 on iTunes US Electronic Charts / Top 25 Billboard Electronic Charts), PLS&TY would see his productions Remixed by Grammy-nominated Morgan Page, Rusko, Cazzette, Bondax, YehMe2 (Josh from Flosstradamus latest venture), and more. His own remix of Genevieve’s “Colors” was featured in a Hershey’s chocolate television commercial that has amassed over 1 billion views. With his brand new “Very Special” EP released in April of 2020 that includes pop records with artists like Sean Kingston, Wifisfuneral, & Alex Aiono (of Netflix’s “Finding Ohana”), PLS&TY is showing no signs of slowing down, even after a busy 2019 touring season which included A-List festivals Shaky Beats, Breakaway, Electric Forest, EDC Vegas, & more.
Foundation is a new medium for buying, selling, and trading limited-edition goods and art. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, Foundation claims the power of the stock market and reinvents it for independent artists, designers, and brands across the music, fashion, fine art, and emerging media. The culture’s stock exchange.
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Futuristic & Epic Music To Your Ears By Chase The Parrot
New artists like Chase The Parrot are opening their minds to innovate within the electronic music genre. These two adrenaline-driven brothers distinguish themselves with a futuristic and epic style. One clear example is their latest Future Bass track, “clear_Memory”. Without a doubt, it is built around pleasant chord progressions, light synths, and 808 kicks. Labels like Monstercat, Bitbird, and OWLSA represent a big influence on their sound, as well as, Justice, Empire of the Sun and the Prodigy.
The masterminds behind this project were immersed in the world of music from a very young age. Eventually, they developed a unique rhythm and feel confident with their skills. Nowadays, they are looking forward to releasing their first EP by the end of February. Not to mention, Chase The Parrot is also keen to collaborate with other electronic music producers. Live shows and festivals is another ambitious goal to be attained soon. For those of you who love melodies surrounding the realms of vibrant Future Bass, Electronica, Pop and everything in between, then stay tuned on their socials below.
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