Back with another progressive-house hit, Project 46 does it again. Just having heard my first track ever by this duo “You & I,” it seems like this these two Canadian fellas will be hitting the EDM scene at a fast pace with these kinds of productions.
The new ‘Trap’ genre has really taken off over the last few months and it has some people confused. The Trap genre itself isn’t new, it has been present in hip-hop tracks for a long time. The new Trap genre, however, has been adopted by EDM artists and transformed into its own genre with separate but similar characteristics and won’t necessarily appeal to trap-influence hip-hop fans.
22 year-old producer, Van Toth, has been experimenting with trap lately and dropped a “Chilltrap” remix of Deadmau5 and Kaskade’s classic “Move For Me”. The aptly titled track incorporates the characteristic snares, hi-hats and 808s necessary for a quality trap beat.
Benny Benassi has been given permission by Bob Marley’s family to remix one of his greatest hits. The DJ has reworked the reggae star’s 1977 track ‘Jammin’, which originally appeared on his ninth studio album Exodus. Benassi did one hell of a job on this and I’m diggin’ this new sound to Marley.
In May, the Red Hot Chili Peppers promised a “storm of seven-inches coming out over the next six months,” and it just so happens they’re fairly good at predicting the weather. A “storm” turns out to mean nine records, or 18 songs in all, and the first two singles — “Strange Man” and “Long Progression” — came out on August 14. The follow-up, “Magpies on Fire” and “Victorian Machinery,” is due out next month, but the tracks have already surfaced online. Listen to mellow, slow-paced “Magpies on Fire” and crunchy, disjointed “Victorian Machine” below, and check local forecasts for the remaining seven singles soon.