Max Styler continues his foray into deep club grooves with the Dim Mak single “On My Mind.” By interweaving bouncy basslines, beaming synths, and re-pitched vocals, Styler carves out the ultimate future house earworm.
“On My Mind” reinforces Styler’s evolution from teenage musical whiz kid to seasoned producer. The single falls in line with Styler’s recent outputs of bright and vivid house music, including his summer smash “Feel It,” “All Your Love,” as well as his official remix of Diplo & Lil Xan’s “Color Blind.”
Bass master Minnesota has been unstoppable since breaking on to the scene nearly a decade ago. While his beloved classics include “ Push It” “HiLow,” “Thunderdome” and more, Minnesota has been on a roll with consistent releases in 2018 including “Final Frontier” and “Snake Charmer” and now he’s adding the arsenal with his latest heavy masterpiece.
On his new single, “Burn,” Minnesota teams up with Stylust and Gisto to concoct a reggae-infused wonky dubstep work. An ode to smoking marijuana, this song will surely be a festival set staple…and a mighty fine time to light em’ up.
Thomas Newson and Sam Void are back on Protocol with their dancefloor-friendly, dynamic house track “Like That.” Void teamed up with fellow Dutchman Thomas Newson for a record that breaks the traditional house mold with metallic percussion and UK garage-inspired synths that brings the heat with a bouncy bassline.
The Protocol veteran is still riding the wave from his recent release “Pressure” with Maximals, but this proves he doesn’t plan on resting anytime soon.
Following the release of “Hero” with Vincent, QUIX is back with the second single from his forthcoming Illusions EP. “Giving Up (feat. Jaden Michaels)” arrives alongside the announcement of QUIX’s much-anticipated headlining Illusions North American tour dates.
“Giving Up” is vintage QUIX – powerful, emotive, and borderline addictive. His music has proven infectious to fans and peers alike, with his music reaching all corners of the globe from his native Auckland in New Zealand. QUIX’s newest work sounds to be up to the test with its immaculate ebb and flow of power and finesse, Michaels’ stunning vocals, and the unexplainable QUIX magic that has swept the electronic dance music community.
Americana band, Michigan Rattlers, are thrilled to release the title single “Evergreen”. Glide praises their keen ability for storytelling, saying,
The band has just kicked off a 25-stop tour in support of the album, with a series of four album release shows in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, and Detroit. The band previously released “Just Good Night” and “Didn’t You Know,” the first singles from Evergreen.