Music Monday: Tisoki, Felix Jaehn, UZ, Adventure Club, Love Fame Tragedy, Courage My Love, and POS. E

Slicing melodic vocals with hard blasts of energy, UK producer/DJ Tisoki serves up his signature take on dubstep with the single “Razor Blades.” “Razor Blades” is the title track off Tisoki’s forthcoming EP, due out next month on Dim Mak.

Tisoki’s third Dim Mak single sees the rising producer pull from his emo music roots to craft another moving soundscape, fleshed out with rousing breakbeats and with cutthroat bass. It follows his recent releases “Don’t Lie” and “Relate,” as well as a “Relate” remix package which included new versions from Taiki Nulight, ETC!ETC!, Mindsweepa, Benda, Styles&Complete and MATT DOE.

 

Following the massively successful release of his comeback summer hit, “Love On Myself”, Felix Jaehn has announced a string of tour dates across the United States. The announcement is arriving alongside an invigorating remix of the record by rising German producer, Keanu Silva. “Love On Myself (Keanu Silva Remix) is out now via Universal Music.

Keanu Silva transforms the pop hit into a dance music lover’s paradise by upping the tempo and injecting his signature energetic groove. Adding a variety of electronic synths to the laidback tune, Keanu takes listeners on an enthralling roller coaster of heart raising drops. The result is a club and festival-ready anthem that will surely double as Felix Jaehn’s “secret weapon” in his upcoming club sets and performances.

 

There’s always been a lot of mystery surrounding famed DJ/producer/turntablist UZ. Aesthetically, the striking image of a masked rebel presiding over a crowd is extraordinarily powerful. However, the man behind the mask is quite simply one of the most talented artists on the planet. He’s long been a pioneer on the trap music scene and his Quality Goods Records imprint has built a reputation for bringing “the goods” time and again.

Further peeling back UZ’s layers to the core and we arrive at the artist’s original moniker, DJ Troubl’. A two-time DMC-Champ DJ and winner of numerous international DJ competitions, the French artists’ skills are unmatched and transcend musical genres. On the credibility scale, UZ is off the charts.

 

At the forefront of melodic bass music, few acts stand out further than Montreal’s unstoppable duo Adventure Club, and Denver’s soaring live act, and champion of sad girls Said The Sky. A match made in harmonic heaven, the acts have finally come together for a collaboration – “Already Know” is out now on Ultra Music. The melodic masterpiece combines Caly Bevier’s beautiful vocals with the finest heavy, yet emotional bass sounds from these acclaimed producers. 

Adventure Club’s previous single on Ultra Records was another notable collaboration titled “Next Life” featuring Krewella with co-production by Crankdat. The Grammy-nominated duo just wrapped up their massive “Death of Glory” tour and is now preparing to take their melodic bass sounds worldwide with upcoming tour dates in New York, Canada, and EDC South Korea. Keep an eye out on these dubstep stars because their powerful sounds are not something to miss.

 

On the day he prepares to take to Reading Festival’s Main Stage with The Wombats, Matthew “Murph” Murphy has given fans two more treats from his solo project Love Fame Tragedy. Debut EP I Don’t Want To Play The Victim, But I’m Really Good At It, out September 27th via Good Soldier Songs / AWAL Recordings, is now available.

Directed by Taylor Cunningham, the video follows the morning after a heavy night out, waking up in a car in the middle of nowhere. Despite its regret-fuelled opening, the tone becomes increasingly hopeful, mirroring the song’s refrain of “I’m trying now”.

 

Canadian alternative pop-rockers Courage My Love have released their new single “Slow Motion,” which is now available on all DSPs. Consisting of twin sisters Mercedes Arn-Horn (guitar/synth/vocals), Phoenix Arn-Horn (drums/programming/vocals) and Brandon Lockwood (bass/guitar), the trio’s new track was produced by Phoenix in the band’s home studio.

“Slow Motion” is the third in a string of self-produced songs/videos that will eventually encompass a visual EP to be released in early 2020.

POS. E is back with a new single “SnowWhite.” The California native is going to turn a lot of heads with this one.

The high-energy track features production by Kel24k. “SnowWhite” is sure to put POS.E on the map. It’s a simple beat, nothing too fancy. But the speed and style of POS. E’s delivery changes the style and feel of the track and immediately gets the adrenaline flowing. Not to mention the creative use of a certain line from the film “Belly”.

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