PLAYS AT AVALON AND THE LIGHT IN APRIL
Spring is officially upon us, and for electronic dance music junkies that means only one thing – festivals. From April to September, the rave reigns supreme all over the world. Hot on the heels of Miami Music Week and just in time to kick off the 2015 festival season, bassmaster Henrix is back with a massive release and two huge shows coming up. His new track “Alright” speaks volumes to the spirit of the electronic dance music community in terms of its innate positivity and resilience.
“Alright”, out on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash Records, is an upbeat ride through big room drops accompanied by the sultry and yet soothing vocals of Zashanell. This is a track that projects sheer good vibes through its entirety, both lyrically and melodically. “We’re all in need of love, all in need of something, how do you fill that void?” Although much about the scene has changed since its early days, festivals and raves still serve as places free of judgment where every individual can let their freak flags fly. This track is for those kids who are still attracted to the music because it helps them feel at home in a strange world.
Catch Henrix live this month at the iconic Avalon Hollywood on April 25th, and then continuing his residency in Las Vegas at The Light on April 29th, where he will undoubtedly be showcasing his new music. Be prepared to hear “Alright” for those feel-good vibes that will get the party started all season long. With the new release and two huge gigs coming up, Henrix continues his hot streak in 2015 and shows no sign of slowing down yet. Stay tuned!
Dance Floor Rhythms Present On Valentino Khan’s EP ‘French Fried’
Innovation is the best word that describes Valentino Khan‘s EP, ‘French Fried’. This 4-track material is filled with dance floor rhythms. A new addition to the Mad Decent family you won’t want to miss. Best of all, it’s now available on all streaming platforms.
According to the producer himself, the whole tracks are inspired by French artists that set an important precedent in America’s electronic music. More specifically, he’s borrowing a similar sonic aesthetic by the likes of Gesaffelstein and SebastiAn. In fact, this European stylistic trend represents an influence in Valentino’s edgy sound and vision to date.
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Here you will enjoy captivating Electro/Bass House tunes brimming with hard-hitting drums and explosive drops. I bet these bangers will instantly make you shake your booty. Following two official remixes for DJ Snake, Valentino isn’t letting anything stop him this year. Make sure you check out the ‘French Fried’ EP, turn up the volume and destroy some speakers so that your neighbors can hear it!
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You Can’t Get Bored! Mou5ZyZZ Unleashes “Melbourne Overdose”
Listening to music is a good thing to do when you’re bored. Of course, I would only recommend infectious tunes like “Melbourne Overdose”. This is the latest single from the one and only, Mou5ZyZZ in collaboration with Yago Music. The American DJ and producer experiments for the very first time with a subgenre of Electro House known as Melbourne Bounce.
On the one hand, pumping minimal beats, sidechained synths, and lively drops are the highlights here. While on the other, vocals match the high-level production. On a side note, compelling lyrics fantasize about hooking up with a stranger and the mystery that this implies.
Out now via Mou5 Chee5e Records, this fresh jam makes you want to do the shuffle dance, so put your foot forward and keep spinning non-stop. Get ready to distract your mind from boredom and stream in full “Melbourne Overdose” right away.
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DØBER Returns To Protocol With Riding Tech/Electro-Influenced “Tear The Roof”
DØBER is back on Protocol with his new single “Tear The Roof”, a party-ready track that follows up on his debut “Twisted” EP from earlier this year. The release received a strong welcome, amassing over 130k streams on Spotify since its release on February 14th. The newcomer’s propensity for intense club music, that toes the line between electro and tech-house, is once again evident in the form of heavy percussive synths over a driving bassline and distorted, catchy vocals. “Tear The Roof” is uniquely different from previous tracks “Make It Better” and “Losing My Mind,” which channeled more groovy and trap influences, respectively, indicating that DØBER has more up his sleeve than meets the eye.
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Nicky Romero and the Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. Their latest additions feel right at home with that mantra, bringing a fusion of tech-house and electro sound with plenty of grooves to the table. DØBER joins a full roster of talented producers such as Thomas Gold, Deniz Koyu, Marc Benjamin, Teamworx, Maximals, and more. The talented newcomer draws his inspiration from artists such as Dogblood, ZHU, and Gesaffelstein, promising plenty of dark, hard-hitting tunes to add to the label’s repertoire. Protocol’s mixture of veteran heavyweights and fresh new talent makes for some of the most exciting releases in the game, along with the unlimited potential for collaborations. We look forward to more releases from DØBER and the rest of the Protocol team coming soon!
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