Its Friday night! I’ve got a lot on my plate, so a night of dancing isn’t in store. But I plan on spending a chill evening relaxing, and right now German producer Justin Faust’s remix of Hey Champ’s “Comet” is the perfect dreamwave track for some r&r.
I dig dreamwave music. Zimmer is of course my favorite, but Justin Faust has caught my attention with this dreamy remix of “Comet.” It just makes me want to stargaze for hours on a nice lawn or in a big field. But I can’t do that until the weather warms up.
Not too long ago The Bloody Beetroots debuted their single with Greta Svabo Bech titled, “Chronicles of a Fallen Love.” The song is a hauntingly beautiful track with an edgy electro chorus that is something we’d expect from The Bloody Beetroots. Of course, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak is always pumping out edgy electro, but “Chronicles of a Fallen Love” is a little more romantic-electro-synth.
The song has appeared to be pretty well received, and on Friday The Bloody Beetroots debuted the official visuals for the track. The video is so hipster, but I’m loving it! It’s a beautiful story of falling in love, having fun in love, and the basic “Chronicles of a Fallen Love.”
Deep house feeds my soul, but I have no problem getting rowdy and letting electro feed my soul as well. And yes, I occasionally can get a little crazy (and I’m usually sober) and start jumping up and down while aggressively fist pumping. But hey, electro makes me just get super hyped, whereas in contrast deep & soulful house brings out this alluring sexiness that requires me to sway my hips and get lost while the DJ serenades me with pulsating sounds blaring from the soundsystem.
Uber dramatic, right? Well, I’m just telling you the reality of the contrast between electro and deep house and the affect it has on me. But sometimes it’s nice to get a little crazy, and one of my favorite duo’s that produces rowdy tracks is Dada Life. Them Swedish boys (along with Swedish House Mafia) know how to party!
Of course, they are probably most known for their hit single “Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker,” but the guys of Dada Life have some other great songs, including their latest releases “Feed The Dada.”
I like the vibe of some of their other songs, but “Feed The Dada” is a good track and the guys serve up yet another video featuring them grinning weirdly and folks going crazy to the music. Seriously, it seems like every single video they make these creepy faces that have me cracking up. For instance, look at the picture. Creepy right? But awesome! Do you feel like “feeding the Dada?” LOL Watch the video…
Oh, and if you happen to be a fan of Dada Life and you live in the DMV, then be sure to check out Life In Color (formerly known as Dayglow.) It’s one of the biggest paint parties ever, and I’m totally going to be there.
I’m a lover of all things EDM, so I’m not one to shy away from a dirty electro sound. Of course, most dirty electro is meant to dance to and not chill out to, but that’s quite alright with me; I love dancing.
Most of the producers and DJs that send me tracks and mixes tend to fall into the category of deep house or dance, but Magnum produces tracks with a dirtier electro house sound (progressive house.)
Following the success of his track “Mallet,” which was released on TapeStop Music earlier this summer, Magnum has released yet another new track that is meant for the dancefloor. Whether you enjoy a little fist pumping action or jumping up in the air, Magnum’s new track “Elev8tor” will get you moving.
Peep the new track below! Magnum is a rising producer and even though he is based in Dublin, Ireland, his sounds are bound to cross the oceans and beyond!
Like what you’re hearing? Then check out Magnum’s soundcloud for more music. Follow him on Twitter @MagnumOfficial1