Following the massive international success of their first collaboration “Bailar,” which won a Billboard Latin Music Award in 2017, Deorro and GRAMMY® and LATIN GRAMMY® award-winning Latin superstar Elvis Crespo have teamed up again – this time with the help of Henry Fong for the release of the hot new dance track “Pica” out now on Ultra Music.

The high energy “Pica” is the perfect fusion of Deorro and Henry Fong’s bold electronic productions alongside Latin-infused sounds and Crespo’s trademark voice. Ringing true to his Latin roots, Deorro has always been a master at blending his signature electronic music style with uptempo 3-step salsa beats, which combine perfectly with Crespo’s kinetic vocals.


Flux Pavilion is back on his own Circus Records with ‘Saviour’ feat. CRaymak and Tasha Baxter. This future smash follows last year’s ‘Symphony’ which was the jewel in the crown of the acclaimed Flux curated ‘Earwax Compilation’.

Joined on this track by Circus’ own up and comer, and winner of last year’s best electronic single at the East Coast Music Awards, CRaymak. The young producer has been creating fire everywhere he goes and it didn’t take long for him to attract attention from giant acts like Flux himself. Furthermore, we’re joined by Tasha Baxter who has leaned her extraordinary vocal talents to Au5 and Icicle as well as many more established artists.


Seven Lions has been no stranger to Above & Beyond since he won an official remix competition for his version of Above & Beyond’s “You Got To Go” back in 2011. Today, Jeff Montalvo aka Seven Lions now returns to stamp an indelible mark on the latest release from the trio’s Billboard #3 album ‘Common Ground’; with an electrifying rework of “Sahara Love” featuring Zoë Johnson.

Jeff’s ability for euphoric and affectionate sound design comes to fore with “Sahara Love”. The remix is a dreamy work of art from Seven Lions that puts listeners into a sentimental state of mind. Since creating one of Anjunabeats’ biggest selling records – 2017’s “Higher Love” alongside Jason Ross and Paul Meany – Jeff continues to reach new heights for modern melodic dubstep. From inspiring a new generation of young producers, his Ophelia imprint has already made a powerful impact during its year-long existence.


*repeat repeat are thrilled to unveil the music video for their new single, “Hi, I’m Waiting” premiering exclusively today at Billboard. The band’s new studio album, Glazedwas produced by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys and will be released on May 31st via Dangerbird Records.

*repeat repeat frontman Jared Corder says, “Glazed is about looking at the world through a different lens. It’s about taking the familiarities of life and love and the end of the world and approaching them with renewed optimism and a fresh set of colors.”


Tritonal has smashed the first few months of 2019 with the release of their anthemic singles “Easy” and “Hard Pass” featuring Ryann. With their upcoming album U&ME on the way this spring, the duo is keeping their fans hyped with tons of tour dates and awesome singles ahead of the album’s reveal. Today, they share their newest single “Diamonds” featuring Rosie Darling’s vocals.

Delivering a strong dose of Chad and Dave’s house-infused signature sound, “Diamonds” takes listeners on an emotional ride. The track is a smooth, inspirational song, giving fans another taste of Tritonal’s forthcoming album. Mixed seamlessly with Rosie Darling’s beautiful vocal delivery, “Diamonds” is another immaculately produced Tritonal masterpiece added to their catalog.


POS.E is a music artist and entrepreneur out of the Bay Area in Northern California. The rapper/producer recently released his first EP “Time Is Now” on all streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.

Heavy bass-laden tracks like “Timeisnow” “Insane” and “4the7” are just the jolt you need to jumpstart your Monday. With features from Its3D, SKOOTY, and Damey, “Time Is Now” is an EP that will have you vibing the rest of the week.

On their debut EP, Binary, Bay Area upstarts MANICS deliver a confident offering of indie and dance compositions. The two-piece live act sets the tone on the EP’s title track, “Binary,” a tale about the cautions of modern technology. Their melodic talents shine through on “Deja Rendezvu” and “Eleven Eleven,” complimented by their use of driving basslines and analog synthesizers. Closing with “Embrace,” the collection of tracks bring listeners back in time, traveling through the ’80s, 90s and beyond, connecting each era to the present via a mix of dancefloor-friendly, indie productions.

Crossing into the top 10 this week on FMQB’s “SubModern” Album Chart (which tracks FM airplay on US alternative / modern rock stations), tracks from Binary are currently receiving radio play across North America, including the influential Bay Area station, ALT 105.3 FM. The EP is the culmination of years of hard work grinding it out in California. Alongside their frequent output of singles and remixes, the duo has also regularly performed on the west coast, supporting acts such as Hot Chip, Washed Out, The Knocks, Years & Years, and The Faint.

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