Bass House

Illenium has been working hard for a good few years now. Maintaining the releasing of albums and collaborations while touring can't have been easy. All of the hard work is paying off now. Ascend, which is the third album from Illenium is currently a top the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic album chart. The album has had to battle tough competition from Marshmello

Habstrakt is back on Monstercat with another high-energy, genre-blending club track 'The One' along with his first music video, as well as a remix from Unlovable! The new single is true to the French artist's electro-infused house sound; it delivers a slowly burning bassline amid distorted feminine vocals and kick-drum driven toplines that build momentum for its intense drop, where mechanical synths take the lead. Opening

Party Favor is still riding the wave of hype and acclaim from his debut album "Layers" and he's back with another gift for fans as he delivers a huge remix package featuring the likes of Duke & Jones, Wuki, J. Worra, Blanke, TroyBoi, BIJOU, Dabow, and YehMe2. Speaking about the remix album, Dylan explains he had the idea in mind before he even finished the original album! "Before I finished the

Moksi have been a mainstay in the garage house scene for 3 years. Diego and Samir (Moksi), have re-invented the classic genre, giving it a diverse and energetic nod. Moksi have known eachother since 2006, but got into the producing realm in 2015. After struggling to draw a crowd on top of a food truck at a festival, Sam asked Diego

Dynamic Australian duo Gemellini are back with a brand-new floor filler! Taking on Rage Against The Machine's cult-classic hit-single, 'Killing In The Name Of', the Sydney-based brotherly-duo have once again displayed their versatile production abilities. From the get-go, Gemellini's remix hits hard, boasting brooding basslines and a pumping kick drum, before the iconic opening guitar riff enters the mix. Chopping up the lead guitar

After teasing fans for some time now, Knife Party are back with a brand new EP titled "Lost Souls". Combining their intense and uncompromising fusion style: The fully independent EP released on Earstorm includes; big room house banger ‘No Saint’, dubstep monster ‘Lost Souls’, EDM anthem ‘Death *& Desire’ (Feat. Harrison), and even some gruesome techno in ‘Ghost Train’. Despite being busy

English DJ, Mat Zo is known for blurring lines between genres. A master of his craft, Zo's eclectic roots are clearly evident in all his works, magnifying his musical knowledge and talent. Having launched his imprint; Mad Zoo, some 5 years back, the label's direction was, and still is, a clear reflection of that. Now, his latest compilation album, 'This is MAD ZOO',

Australia's leading future bass artist, ShockOne, recently debuted his first track with The Bloody Beatroots on Monstercat, titled 'Run'. This track is infused with a bass-line centered production as well as a hard-rock type sound, which is exactly what one would anticipate from a collaboration with The Bloody Beatroots. 'Run' is the lead single from the much anticipated new album from ShockOne, called 'A Dark Machine', which

As an up-and-coming Russian producer, HYPRESSION is already impressing the masses, and has caught the eyes of some fellow artists within the dance music scene. Only releasing his first single back in 2017, the track 'Not About You' was a collaboration with Ameria and was released on massive label Trap City. 2018 was when things truly took off for this 20 year old producer who caught

Grace Gracie continues her meteoric rise through the industry, having already amassed support from several of the biggest DJs in the world, including Martin Garrix, Marshmello, and DJ Snake. Following up her biggest release to date 'Feels Right' which was featured on Apple Music's 'Breaking Dance' Chart as Well as Spotify's 'Pop Remix' Playlist, Grace Gracie has now dropped 'Feel

Bass house has been one of the highest growing EDM subgenres in the past few years. Combining the groovy house drums along with interesting sound design this genre packs everything which gets fans' feet moving. Similar to the growth of this genre has been the growth of the bass house duo Vantiz. Coming from the small country of Serbia, the

American bass producer Jauz has had quite the year so far. With a remix for SHAED and an original with SUMR CAMP, Jauz has already made his mark in 2019. He joked on Twitter last November about doing a remix for 'Baby Shark', saying he would do a remix if it surpassed a number of retweets. https://twitter.com/Jauzofficial/status/1060394118403153920?s=20 Having previously lost all of his upcoming music due

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