Young Akron Ohio, based duo, No Limits just released their newest song ‘Body Full Of Lightning‘. No Limits is known for seamlessly blending genres and crossing into completely untouched musical territory and this song is no exception. Their constant powerful vocals and magical guitar riffs bring their songs together into one dreamlike universe. The boys tag this song with the words “face your fears, live your dream” which is the exact message that they want to portray to their listeners.
DNAinfo.com reports that an agreement signed by the City of Chicago liquor commissioner and the current owner of the venue Eddie Carranza that will ban all “EDM” events from the Congress Theater. According to DNAinfo the city is loosely defined EDM as “music created by a DJ or multiple DJs primarily using specialized equipment and software instead of traditional instruments”.
Over the years Congress Theater has been a go to for a lot of artists but not all of them will have to say goodbye to this legendary venue.
You may or may not have heard of this New Jersey based producer who is fresh up on the scene. He goes by the name Aylen and has created a totally trapped out remix of Kstylis’“Trampoline Booty”. This could be another name you might not too familiar with, but should definitely get to know. Only about a day after he put up Aylen’s remix of his “Trampoline Booty”, Kstylis’ “6th Gear” collab with Diplo hit the scene hard as it was released on to Mad Decent’s Soundcloud, so you know the dude has got some raw talent.
Hooks & DC of Zeds Dead have been killing their shows around the country so far this summer after coming off their EP release Somewhere Else. The Canadian bass duo collaborated with lots of dope artists on tracks throughout the EP. One of which is a fellow bud from Toronto by the name of Memorecks who teamed up with Zeds Dead on“Collapse” which is one of the true gems in Somewhere Else. If you’ve seen Hooks & DC live this summer, they have been enjoying closing out many of their sets with this hot tune.
Every day it seems Facebook is finding new ways to force artists to fork over money left and right in order increase their fan-base on it’s platform. In their latest addition to the social network, Facebook is banning the last feature new artists have in order to boost their notability free of charge. ‘Like To Download’ allowed artists who have little-to-no marketing budget to bring attention to their pages by offering free music to fans with simply a ‘Like’ of their page.
After a truly remarkable and successful collaboration with fellow Sweet Shop Records founding duo Candyland on the Adventure Club “Gold” Remix, REVOKE is back with another stellar remix. This time, the Southern California based producer taking the initiative to throw his remixing capabilities onto Wilsen’s “Magnolia”. This super fresh and divergent spin that REVOKE creates on this original is an area that we have yet seen to be explored by him. This track has evident influences from sub genres such as electro, dnb, dubstep and probably most evident, melodic trap.
What if you could be a super hero? This is what Savant wants you to be when you listen to Protos, his 10th album and a return to his childhood dream of living in a world where heroes did anything and everything to save the day. This ambitious electro-pop space opera contains 18 tracks inspired by Saturday morning cartoons and his favorite music all written and vocalized by Savant himself.
You can stream the full album exclusively on Wavo.me: https://wavo.me/wavoexclusives/savant-protos-exclusive-full-album-stream
Last May we covered Monstercat‘s enormous 017 compilation ‘Ascension’ and once again the Vancouver label captivates with their newest release ‘Frontier’ featuring 30 heavy hitting tracks and 2 continuous mixes, “Pinnacle” and “Horizon.” With Monstercat’s rise in prominence, the reaction of more far-reaching presence amongst fans, artists, and music industry members always looms present. Although this growth can often mean a change in business models, Monstercat continues to remain a business that places principle over dollar signs.
Lowtemp label head honcho and electro-soul/funk pioneer, Gramatik, who just recently performed for one of the biggest crowds of his career at Lollapalooza has got another announcement for his fans. Despite some of his fans be uneasy about the changes in his live performances with guitarist Eric Mendelson not performing with Denis anymore, and instead focusing on his Exmag group. Denis has added new elements into Gramatik’s live experiences by bringing another fellow Lowtemp artist and undeniably talented musician,Russ Liquid, on board to with him to add some live keys and horns.
The NYE production duo The Knocks have truly surfaced through the clutter over this past year with originals like “Move Me”, the recent feature on Lazerdisk’s “Crashing”, and then you can’t forget their huge collaboration on “Get Down 2 Get Up” with Mat Zo! The Knocks create pure, true, dance music with their disco style that gets dancefloors moving in harmony all across the globe.
The duo has been working dilligently on their upcoming album entitled “ENDISCO” which is expected to be released this fall on Big Beat Records & Neon Gold Records!