Sunday, January 22, 2017

22 jan 17 breakdown

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After a meteoric rise to the top of the electronic music scene in 2016, Joyryde is powering into 2017 with a new mix and slew of North American dates. The UK-bred producer just released his Diplo & Friends Radio 1 mix, giving fans a taste of his favorite heavy-hitting selects. The hour-long mix is brimming with unreleased originals and remixes, careening from UK grime and garage to hip-hop and bass. Listen to the mix and catch Joyrryde on tour this month.


The wait is finally over for the highly anticipated music video to El Dusty's "La Chusa," featuring Camilo Lara and Toy Selectah. Influenced by the old Texan wive's tale that inspired the track, the music video is an animated adventure into a world where women transform into birds and nothing is truly as it seems.


If you fell in love with Alex Midi's cover of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle," get ready because we've got two new remixes to turn up with. First up, Broz Rodriguez goes hard with a high-octane, bass-heavy take. Jorge Nava's edit, on the other hand, will please trance and progressive house fans with it's uplifting melodies and hypnotic beat. Listen to the remixes out now on Aftercluv and find your own favorite today, available on all digital partners.


After announcing the release of their new album, Glare, through the glare.fm web app, The M Machine haveu nveiled their next single “Voyeur.” The track is a heavily-synthesized, technicolor composition steaming with lush instrumental work and haunting vocals. To listen to the new track, fans can access across digital platforms or via the dedicated glare.fm web app.

British songstress Alex Mills first joined the Ultra Music family with last summer’s collaboration alongside Hot Since 82 “The Core,” and now she returns with her debut solo release “Be Somebody.”

A tribute to Ruffneck’s 90s house classic “Everybody Be Somebody,” Mills’ voice cascades over the radio-ready record’s simplistic piano chords and kaleidoscopic synth pops. The budding vocalist has worked with a slew of notable artists in the past, ranging from heavyweights like Basement Jaxx and UK grime pioneer Wiley, to underground heroes like Lee Foss and Chris Lorenzo.



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