I had the pleasure of meeting Prince Fox during MMW at Casablanca Record’s Beatgasm event. Despite being an extremly talented producer, he was an even nicer kid. After pushing out a slew of successful remixes and playing a handful of sold out shows, Sam found it time to release his debut original, “Wait Until Tomorrow.”
As opposed to his heavy future synth style that has gained him much acclaim as of late, the Prince ventures into different waters. The recipe for his first original track includes house, future bass, indie, and elements of trap. The vocal pulls the whole thing together, however for the time being, the name of said vocalist remains unknown. Enjoy this one below, streaming on Spotify and out for FREE download!
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Listening to Flume and Sam Smith combined for the first time, I imagine I had the same realization as the genius who had the idea to combine peanut butter and jelly to make the world’s most renown sandwich: this is incredible / why wasn’t this done years ago? Some producers were just meant to remix certain vocalists, such as Alesso with OneRepublic. The styles match. Same deal here. Flume’s unique style of heavy calculated synth drops are perfect for a heavenly vocal such as Smith’s, and the styles just fuze naturally. Enjoy this one, because it’s a piece of art.
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Palm Beach, FL native Thero is back with yet another florescent remix as the summer approaches. He teams up with fellow rising talent, Caye, to give Frankie’s “Problems Problems,” an entirely new feel. Thero handles the tropical production, while Caye throws some well suited rap verses over top. Free download is available granted you heart the tune on HypeM!
Matoma absolutely slays the good vibes game and has proven time and time again that he’s here to stay. The 23-year old Norweigan gives The Fresh Prince’s Miami ode the a real Miami treatment with this tropical gem. After an 88 degree day in paradise, it’s no surprise that the heat is on but luckily there’s Coronas and brand new Matoma to chill things off. You can bet the bank that this tune will be receiving unmatched airtime on my speakers from now till the end of summer.
Lost Kings step out of their comfort zone and into new territory, taking on Thief’s “Crazy.” As opposed to their progressive uplifting melodic style, this time around the LA based duo decided to experiment in a deeper direction. As they speak of in the track’s description, this vocal calls for a future deep house remix – and the boys deliver it. Stream for now, release details coming soon.
YES. After hearing this in Porter’s Coachella set from this past weekend, I was anxiously awaiting him to upload a high-res version to his SoundCloud. Wait no longer… we have the goods. What people may not realize is that Porter Robinson doesn’t typically remix tracks, he sticks to original material – so seeing him drop this at Coachella was extremely surprising! This one was a difficult process for the talented producer, who noted in an interview with Billboard that he encountered a terrible amount of writer’s block, post Worlds tour, trying to write new groundbreaking music. Once he overcame the struggle, he found the Nero original, and the rest was history. I’d say he blew this one out of the ballpark… in the running for remix of the year thus far. It’s just thaaaaat good.
Better known as Zedd, Anton Zaslavski, is gearing up for the release of his second studio album. True Colors is set to drop May 19th, but we have another snippet of what’s to come. The first album sample came in the form of a collaboration with current girlfriend, Selena Gomez, “I Want You To Know.” There have been rumblings that Zedd’s forthcoming LP is loaded with “sell-out” material. I love when rumors swirl in the music scene but I’m expecting big things and “Addicted To A Memory” is one solid track. It looks like those gritty synths that has become a staple of Zedd’s tracks will continue to have a presence on True Colors.