Having experienced considerable success as solo artists in their respective careers, Madnap and yetep are proud to unveil their brand new collaboration "It's Just You" feat. Miranda Glory. The beautiful melodic single is out now via noted tastemaker imprint Thrive Music. Stylistically, Madnap and yetep are a match made in heaven. The two producers have a penchant for producing emotive, technically sound tunes and their latest is no different. Miranda Glory's sweeping vocals add a significantly sensitive tough to an otherwise energetic bed of instrumental layering for a final product that yetep feels "showcases how versatile we can be".
I don’t even want to think about how many new tracks dropped today …. the list seems to be endless and I will have the task of picking through the noise to find the gems! Lucky I came across this new jam from Chicago native producer Madnap and up-and-coming producer Jaron - they got together to produce “Your World” which I am loving so I swooped it up for our next premiere! This track has all that lovely big energy with glitchy melodies and mad trap arm throwing beats … I see this being huge in the club. We’ve been supporting Madnap for a minute now, and seems like he’s making all the right moves. You guys can grab a free download HERE!
He claims he is never mad, and never takes naps- quite the conundrum considering his name is Madnap. Tune into his remix of Win and Woo’s “Chasing Tail,” and you’ll get a proper feel of his refreshing, optimistic, awakening energy. A musician named after the perfect contradiction, Madnap leaves a distinct imprint on Win & Woo’s original piece, loosening the feel of a once specifically-tuned framework. Delicate melodies compliment a striking layer of synth production, lengthening the frequencies of the original single. As Madnap continues to release gem after gem, his signature sound becomes more defined, solidifying his position as one of our favorite producers to watch this year. Chill out with this fine flip of “Chasing Tail.”
Making massive waves in the electronic music industry, LA’s own Madnap returns with a remix of Kill Paris’ “Red Lights” featuring Dotter. A creator with a deep sense of wanderlust, Madnap has performed in cities by the likes of NYC, Chicago, and even London, England. As his global influence continues to unfold, his dexterity follows the same pattern. Fluid and versatile, this particular flip is an echoing chamber of textured production, consciously rewiring KP’s original mix. Radiating walls of synth drip with swagger, puncturing the OG mix with a revitalizing energy. Robust and memorable, this “Red Lights” remix is one of his finest flips to date. Kick off your week by exploring this righteously maddening labyrinth of sounds.