Music Monday: Jayceeoh & GRVYRDS, Getter, Just Loud, Marnik & Sunstars, and Bingo Players

LA’s Jayceeoh and Tokyo-based GRVYRDS mull over the uncertain on their New Noise single “Never Know.” The intercontinental collaboration sees the duo work a catchy vocal hook into a chunky bass house banger.

Jayceeoh is a Los Angeles-based producer / DJ and world-renowned turntablist. His bass-heavy production strategy has received support from the likes of A-Trak, Diplo, and Bassnectar, as well as captured the attention of some of the hottest online music platforms such as Complex, Dancing Astronaut, and Run The Trap. Rising from the underground music scene of the Gold Coast Australia, GRVYRDS (Pronounced Graveyards) emerges with an inspiring sound that has earned him residencies at some of Australia’s premier nightclubs including Elsewhere, Shuffle, The Rattlesnake Motel, Shooters Superclub, and Platinum.

 

Following the recent reveal of the tracklist for his debut artist album, VISCERAL, Getter has just released the latest single off the album “Made For You (Alone Again).” Out now on mau5trap, the single is pulled from the album’s arsenal of twelve tracks, which showcase a shift in style and sound design from the producer.

Getter’s personal favorite track from the album, “Made For You (Alone Again)” deeply illustrates his divergence in music styles. The track is loaded with spiraling synths and distant, rock-influenced vocals that release into a bassy drop filled with loud kicks.

 

Just Loud‘s infectious, funky new song “Soul Train” feat. Debbie Harry of Blondie is out now. In the new video, Just Loud and Debbie engage in a high-speed chase brought to life through ’70s-inspired animation with a modern edge. The song’s glittery rhythm line, palm-muted guitar and irresistible chorus are the first taste of Just Loud’s newly announced self-titled debut album out November 16 via Five Seven Music.

“I knew someone who was on Soul Train years ago-she got kicked off,” says Just Loud about the song. “When we parted ways, I was like, ‘I’m gonna write a song about that.’ It’s a rebellious record-I want everyone to get up, move, and have a good time.”

 

Marnik and Sunstars countdown the clock on their big room single “Tik Tok (Right On Time).” Suspenseful metronomic rhythms build into an explosive climax on the Dim Mak collaboration.

Italian duo Marnik kicked off their Arena Summer Tour by throwing down at the Dim Mak Stage at the World Club Dome in Frankfurt, Germany. Over the course of the summer, they’ll play at highly coveted destinations throughout Italy, Croatia, Czech Republic, and even Japan, dropping their latest tracks. “Burn,” released just last year, has now been played over 10 million times on Spotify, helping them to become the 8th most streamed Italian DJs on Spotify. Steve Aoki, one of the Marnik’s most avid supporters, dropped their collab track, “Bella Ciao,” at the main stage of Tomorrowland 2018. This song allowed them to grow their fanbase and maintain their status as one of the hottest artists on the market.

 

Bingo Players (aka Maarten Hoogstraten) released the summer anthem “Love Me Right” on Spinnin’ Records. The record functions as a true BBQ firestarter with its filtered grooves and synths chords reaching for the sky – and now Bingo Players has delivered a fun music video to accompany the release.

The music video for “Love Me Right” is set at a retro pool party filled with flowers, smiles, and great times had by all. The girl who started the pool party has a suitor join her, showcasing the overall message of the song in a light-hearted way. The vintage vibe of the video matches the style of the song perfectly, proving “Love Me Right” to be an excellent addition to any summer playlist.

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