After teasing the world with “Glocks” feat. SAYMYNAME just a few weeks ago, Riot Ten has finally dropped his debut full-length studio album ‘Hype or Die: Nightmares’. The ten-track LP is a bass masterpiece, exploring multiple facades of the genre with help from some of rap and dance’s hottest names. From the slow and heavy “Hyphy” with YDG to the hip-hop party starter “Freaky” ft. Whokilledkenny to the assaulting, robot-bass bomb “Showdown” with Throwdown ft. Atarii; Riot Ten wraps his hands around the listener’s throat and takes them on a wild ride that’s not for the faint of heart. To celebrate the release of the album, Riot Ten embarked on his Hype or Die tour in August and will relentlessly hit city after city in North America and Canada, ending with a few stops in Australia through the New Year in 2020. Riot Ten’s Hype Or Die 2019 Tour also features a crew of supporting bass artists including Delta Heavy, GG MAGREE, Sharps, Stoutty, Throwdown, Vampa, Walter Wilde and Yakz on select dates. With a stacked lineup and the debut album released, this is bound to be one of the most insane tours in recent history.
“This album is literally who I am as a musician. It means everything to me. I’ve put out countless EP’s over the last 3 years, way too many singles to even count, so to finally deliver a full-length album is a defining moment for my career and growth as an artist. This album will showcase my roots, as well as my energy, and I can’t wait to share it with the world.” – Riot Ten
Riot Ten is best known for his breakout single “Rail Breaker,” which held down a place on the Beatport Dubstep Top Ten chart for almost half a year and continues to be one of the most played-out records in dance music over 2 years later. Even across genres, fans of The Chainsmokers will recognize Riot Ten’s “F*ck It” as the track they opened every show with while on their massive “Memories Do Not Open” tour. After those early successes, the American producer dropped his debut EP with Dim Mak called “Hype Or Die: The Dead” in February 2018, recording a Top 10 debut on the iTunes Dance Album charts. Riot Ten followed up with a second EP “Hype Or Die: Genesis” to coincide with his 40+ city “Hype Or Die 2018 Tour,” selling out shows across the US in nearly every major market. Although he’s a gamer geek at heart, Riot Ten also knows how to throw a party, having performed live sets at popular festivals including Coachella, EDC, Electric Zoo, Nocturnal Wonderland, Lost Lands, and more. Keep an eye out for more new music and exciting appearances from Riot Ten coming later this year!
Riot Ten‘s upcoming dates:
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 Psycho Circus – 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 – Electric Daisy Carnival – Olando, FL
November 14 – Rec Room – Buffalo, NY
November 15 – SAUCE – Boston, MA
November 16 – Lost Circus – New York, 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 5 – Gentle Ben’s – Tucson, AZ
December 7 – AURA Nightclub – Tempe, AZ
December 11 – Saturn – Birmingham, AL
December 12 – Thompson House – Newport, KY
December 13 – Velvet Underground – Toronto, CA
December 14 – Club Soda – Montreal, CA
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Franky Nuts Releases Epic Remix Of Flux Pavilion’s Hit!
Starting the new year with a dose of melodic dubstep, Dutch producer Franky Nuts gives a remix to Flux Pavilion‘s hit track “Somebody Else” ft. GLNNA on the label head’s Circus Records. Franky, who has crafted a unique but powerful style by fusing heavy and ariose sounds, delivers his signature style through a cinematic opening that showcases the original track’s ethereal vocals, building to a crescendo filled with serrating synths, stabbing percussions and sonorous harmonies. The remix keeps the integrity of the original version while adding a unique flair, making it a tune both Flux and Franky Nuts diehard fans can embrace on the dancefloor and beyond. The remix of “Somebody Else” is Franky Nuts’s first release of the year, following a successful 2019 that included releases on Circus and Jauz’s Bite This! imprint.
Franky Nuts is a name that the international bass scene only recently became familiar with, but one that seems like it’s here to stay. Hailing from the Netherlands, the DJ and producer exploded onto the circuit in 2019 with a unique musical style that merges powerful vocals and harmonies into a deadly combination. His sound resonated with both fans and tastemakers alike, as Franky Nuts signed to Flux Pavillion’s Circus Records and quickly reached several million plays on Spotify in the span of the summer months. Renowned artists including The Chainsmokers, NGHTMRE, Zeds Dead, Skrillex, Excision, and more have supported him; Franky has made stage appearances with Jauz to perform his tracks with him at Parookaville and Bootshaus in 2019. Ending 2019 with 11 releases in total on his home base Circus Records as well as guest appearances on Bite This! and remixes for the likes of Doctor P, Delta Heavy, Modestep, among others, Franky Nuts is carving out a niche for himself in the electronic music world. We can’t wait to see what this exciting emerging artist comes up with next!
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LISTEN NOW: NGHTMRE Releases A VIP Remix Of “CASH COW”
The trap hit “CASH COW” by NGHTMRE and Gunna got enough attention by achieving millions of streams on Spotify. With this in mind, it was necessary to release a VIP remix. For this purpose, DJ Khaled’s former producer Blvk Jvck joined forces to the project in order to add a touch of Dubstep to the whole mix. In that regard, these artists speed up the original version with the proper dose of distorted bass and wobbles.
Obviously, once DJs play this remix at the clubs, you and the crowd will go insane immediately. Somehow, it feels heavy and powerful because it is charged with exhilarating energy. I like the way each artist does their bit to blend all their sounds. As a result, here’s a banging hybrid you’ve never heard before… Enjoy it!
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Find Out About Protohype’s Unique Tribute To The Music Of Agnes Obel
Protohype shares something extremely good before the end of the year. I’m talking about his unique cover of Agnes Obel‘s 2013 hit, “Run Cried The Crawling”. With EDM touches and Dubstep wubs, this is the best rendition to the original. Surprisingly, Obel’s “Run Cried The Crawling” has achieved 7 million streams on Spotify to date. The American producer is proud to start off on the right foot as this is the first release of his newly-announced label, Underdog Records. Besides that, he is not afraid to deliver lots of bass on this cover as he prefers to remain true to his signature style. Obviously, all this is complemented by Charmae’s seductive vocals. Check this out!
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LISTEN NOW: Phocust Shares Bass-Heavy Two-Track EP, ‘Space Wonk’
Tyler Shiffer aka Phocust has dropped a new EP in collaboration with producers Dyatic and Nasty Purple. These creative minds approach these tunes with bass-heavy drops and loud Dubstep as you would like them to be. Both cuts “Space Wonk” and “Mind Reader” show their willingness to deliver overwhelming energy that surely pumps through your veins. I know it all depends on your mood, but in my case, this is the type of music that makes me wanna get up and move.
Sonically, it’s intense on different levels, the first track is purely instrumental, and the other one uses the power of vocals. Not for nothing, this EP is on high rotation on radio stations and clubs alike. Having performed at important festivals like HeavenFest, Global Dance Festival, and WinterFest, it is fair to say they are receiving a lot of support from the dance music community lately. Listen to the ‘Space Wonk’ EP below.
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LSDREAM & Shlump Give Dubstep Fans Their Best EP — ‘UNIVERSAL WUB’
‘UNIVERSAL WUB’ is a fresh release via WAKAAN that comes packaged with four amazing tracks. In addition to wubs, this EP produced by LSDREAM & Shlump also includes frenetic synths, wonky beats, bass, and sci-fi-influenced sounds. What’s more, Dubstep fans will get hooked immediately due to its trippy nature. The cover art looks kinda psychedelic, and it matches the futuristic concept behind this project. Clearly, it revolves around extraterrestrial stuff, and somehow it’ll launch you into a new sonic dimension. If I had to pick my favorite, I’d definitely go for “Starchild”. It begins pleasantly enough, and there’s a good contrast between the complex/dense soundscapes and Sarah Hudson’s sexy feminine vocals. Grab your free download here.
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