Continuing his steadfast summit to the forefront of electronic music, Beautiful Buzzz favorite AJ Salvatore returns with “Easier,” an electro-pop victory. Featuring effervescent vocals from Daiyan Trisha, Salvatore’s latest is a bubbly summertime anthem. Saturated with optimism and a feel-good resonance, “Easier” is a refreshing future-house joint that effortlessly shines. A palpable, unapologetic groove dances around Trisha’s feminine vocals resulting in a confetti-like outline of zestful sounds. Further proving his dexterity is unmatched, AJ Salvatore reaffirms that his unique production skills continue to push the boundaries of contemporary dance music.
Capshun is the Dallas dwelling producer kicking ass and taking names in recent months. Despite being a new face to the electronic scene, his music remains far from novice. His latest release, “Rising” is an experimental trap gem with hip-hop aromas on the nose. Blurring the lines that exist between contemporary genres, Capshun delivers a wicked sound distinctly his own. This novel offering soars through geometric soundscapes, paying close attention to the technicalities of music production. A network of complex rhythms, layered with deliberate intention, “Rising” solidifies Capshun as one of Texas’ fastest growing stars. Respect the name and watch this space for more.
New Zealand producer/DJ Ian Munro teams up with LA-based trap boss UZ to reveal their 5-track Liminal EP. Released on UZ’s Quality Good Records, the EP is a cinematic win saturated with both mellow and heavy-hitting cadences. Shrouded in a hip-hop reverb, “Without Me” is the fourth track from the EP. Anchored by a down-tempo trap beat, featuring swaggered vocals from SOMBER, this hybrid track is a cornerstone cut in the newly released EP. Smoked out synths tumble across of a plane G’d up production and signature cadences. Boasting a demanding synchronicity, Ian Munro and UZ shine on “Without Me.”
Combatting mental health awareness through songwriting and production, German producer TRAILS reveals “Learn To Love Me” featuring JABS. A wicked fusion of alt rock and nu-soul the moving track is a surreal ode to self-love. The track begins with looming electronic plucks that collide like the birth of a star with JABS’ with thunderous, honey-dipped vocals. The instrumental chorus is defined by fiery electronic guitar cadences with a retro film cascading atop. An expulsion of feverish melodies compliment a little bit of groove and a whole lot of passion. Polar in its nature, “Learn To Love Me” boasts a sanguine message with a fierce delivery. We already need more from TRAILS- watch this space.
Electronic composer metsä brings all the future feels you need to ease into your weekend. The talented producer and graphic designer brings his intuition to life with the two part lead singles to his forthcoming, highly anticipated EP. On the A side, fans hear “All Night” featuring indie-pop vocalist Lolaby. Pulsating beats filled with meaningful sound voids open up the track, and quickly burst into stunning melodies. Comprised of upbeat chords and ethereal hooks, “All Night” is a satiny smooth triumph swathed in an optimistic resonance. Transition to transition, this track is a shimmering waterfall of infectious melodies. Get the first look into metsä’s EP today.
Traversing untouched territories in the R&B atmosphere, comes 21-year-old Westchester visionary Myles Cameron. His polished prose and reflective story telling define the very nature of his profound musings. Cameron’s latest offering is a 6-track catalog reminiscent of his upbringing. Lonely Suburban Black Boy is a personal thesis on the odds and ends that ultimately construct his current reality. The namesake track, “Lonely Suburbia” is the second cut from the project. Anchored by avant-garde electronic production, the single is a cruise through mellow cadences and humbly demanding lyricism. Glistening chimes dance like particles around his sound vocal tenor. Left-of-center but entirely approachable, Myles Cameron is a name you need to know.
Sometimes a song can instantly give you all the delicious feels, and this new track “We Were Young ft. JP Cooper” by Petit Biscuit has just delivered! I’ll tell you something … this bouncy feel good vibe is everything I need at this moment. Work has not been fun, so today I am finding some happiness through listening to music. This French producer hands us a song about young love, so sweet and precious mixed in with future pop beats and tender vocals … makes me want to be young and in love again! Get into this one kids!
LA-based producer Eric Sharp is the psychedelic house aficionado keeping the art of 130 BPM alive. In a collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and electronic vocalist Zhao, Eric Sharp unveils “Monday Blues.” This profound single is a vast journey through lengthy chords and chasmic soundscapes. Expanding across a plane of spacious melodies, “Monday Blues” demonstrates deep house at its apex. Surging bass rivets through hypnotic vocals, leaving listeners magnetized. This synergistic collaboration is a profound piece- listen to “Monday Blues,” out now.
Hybrid electronic powerhouse Cofresi returns with a wicked new cut, “Scars” featuring Luna Grey. His percussion-oriented take on dance music has solidified him as one of the most exciting contemporary live acts in electronic music. “Scars” is a maze of intoxicating sounds, as Luna Grey’s chopped vocals bleed into a warped, synth-pop rhythm. Breathing a bit of rock into modern EDM, this cut is a stimulating fusion of high intensity loops and dance-floor-ready breakbeats. Check yourself into this heady space and get down with “Scars.”