Sam F – Fuck Wit A G (Ft. Malcolm Anthony)

Sam F – Fuck Wit A G (Ft. Malcolm Anthony)

Producer Sam F hails from Los Angeles and after being signed with Dim Mak Records there has been no stopping the budding artist. His sounds are unique and eclectic and offer a breath of fresh air in today’s electronic music world. His release of ‘Limitless‘ amassed 3 million streams on Spotify and his talent can be seen in the slew of remixes, collaborations, and singles he has released over the past year.

This time he has teamed up rapper Malcolm Anthony to bring another addictive dance floor hit. ‘Fuck Wit A G’ starts with a house beat and Anthony’s lyrics flow in, leading to bass-house driven drop. Bass, vocals, and melody are all balanced throughout the song never overpowering each other. Bridging hip hop and g-house Sam F proves that ‘Fuck Wit A G’ is a track worthy of festival recognition.

Sam F – Fuck Wit A G (Ft. Malcolm Anthony)

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Two Owls – Waking Up The Dead (feat. Elle Vee)

Two Owls – Waking Up The Dead (feat. Elle Vee)

Two Owls has begun been making waves in dance music world with their infectious melodic lines and intense dubstep drops. The duo gathered attention early this year from their remixes of Adventure Club’s ‘Dreams‘ and filthy single ‘Let’s Get It‘. They have continued to make their mark as dubstep artists’ whose style resembles Zeds Dead, Rusko, and Nero and now they’re back with a new vocal single that you’ll want to add to your playlist.

For ‘Waking Up The Dead‘ the duo uses minimal production for the verses and allows the vocals of Elle Vee to soar through. As the vocals pull you in the chorus of the song makes Two Owl’s signature dubstep sound bust through. The song gradually builds to a roaring chorus that features pounding drums and powerful chord riffs. This release marks the duo’s first string of releases on Featherweight Records and we can’t wait for more.

Two Owls – Waking Up The Dead (feat. Elle Vee)

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Jauz – Meant To Love You

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Jauz – Meant to Love You

Calling all Jauz fans, we have some good news! The beloved genre-bending DJ has done it again with his new track ‘Meant To Love You‘ featuring the enchanting vocals of Rouxn.

In this track, Jauz channels a very melodic and 90’s centric club sound. It’s not what you expect from the DJ who has hits like ‘Magic‘ and ‘Feel The Volume’. ‘Meant To Love You’ is extremely refreshing and something to excite fans. Not to fret though, it still has that Jauz signature touch which makes all of his songs so irresistible. It has something for everyone- house, trance, bass, techno, topped off with uplifting vocals and lyrics. Listen to ‘Meant To Love You’ below!

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Gorgon City Announce Kingdom DJ Tour

Gorgon City Unveil New Label ‘Realm’ and New Song ‘Primal Call’ Alongside their Upcoming Tour

Over the past few years, the legendary Gorgon City have been completely dominating the charts and gaining worldwide success having sold 2 million singles across the globe and launching their own dynamic radio show (‘Kingdom‘). Dedicated fans have undoubtedly fallen for their prominent musical talents, melodic and soulful tracks and epic stage presence which occasionally features a breathtaking display of live instruments and vocals. Today, the North London producers have unveiled their new label ‘Realm‘. Furthermore, they continue to impress with their new track release entitled ‘Primal Call‘ alongside their most-hyped upcoming tour to date.

The English duo has been working hard to ensure that ‘Realm’ is a platform that will be designed around the musicians more club-focused tracks and well-known underground sounds. Ultimately the imprint through Virgin EMI will showcase the sonics that is heard on their weekly radio show and through their DJ sets marking a thrilling new chapter in their already fruitful career.

In celebration of the launch of their new highly anticipated label, the iconic pair have also released a fresh new tune entitled ‘Primal Call‘. Not only is this piece an upcoming chart-topper, but it’s also the first release on ‘Realm’ – making it that much more special to their audience. Fans may recognize this track as Gorgon City have been routinely playing it in their sets during their residency at Amnesia in Ibiza this past summer. Now that the season has come to an end, it’s most definitely a wonderful time for a proper release of this incredible track.

Richy Ahmen, Paul Woolford, Armand Van Helden, Fatboy Slim and are some of many artists that have been supporting the song – not to mention that the great Danny Howard played the tune on air during Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show on Friday, September 22, 2017.

Matt & Kye (Gorgon City) have released the following statement:

“We’ve been planning to launch our imprint for a long time and it now feels like the perfect time to release ‘Primal Call’, after getting great reactions over the summer. We wanted the debut to be a new track from us, to set the vibe of what’s to come on the label. We can’t wait to release more great music on REALM, so watch this space!”

Primal Call is setting the tone for the future of the label. Fans can count on another release before the end of 2017 as it will fall alongside their hottest 22-date KINGDOM tour across North America. Tickets for the tour can be purchased now at In addition you can win a pair of free tickets by tagging a friends name and the closest tour stop to you on their announcement post on Instagram.


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Four Tet – New Energy (New Album)

Four Tet – New Energy

Four Tet released his ninth studio album of his career with the smooth electrifying production New Energy. The English artist released four singles in the past few months, ‘Planet’, ‘Two Thousand and Seventeen’, ‘Scientists’ and ‘SW9 9SL’ in anticipation for the album.

This is the first album Four Tet has released since dropping the Morning/Evening LP in 2015 but it was well worth the wait. Every song on this album has his unique touch, something no other DJ could even try, or hope to emulate. If you’re looking for real house music then Four Tet is the way to go.

What makes this album even better is how Kieran Hebden released it; 1000 copies of the vinyl and disc versions of the album were donated to Oxfam, a charity focused on the alleviation of global poverty.

You can purchase Four Tet’s new album here for only £7.

Check out the full tracklist below.

  1. “Alap”
  2. “Two Thousand and Seventeen”
  3. “LA Trace”
  4. “Tremper”
  5. “Lush”
  6. “Scientists”
  7. “Falls 2”
  8. “You Are Loved”
  9. “SW9 9SL”
  10. “10 Midi”
  11. “Memories”
  12. “Daughters”
  13. “Gentle Soul”
  14. “Planet”

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Pink – What About Us (MOKA House Remix)

Thanks to Pink for this beautiful song,what a wonderful piece of music!Listen here is Moka remix

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Bassnectar Demands Impeachment of Donald Trump & Some Fans Are PISSED

Bassnectar’s disapproval of our current President has never really been a secret. Since Donald Trump took office, over multiple occasions and posts on social media, Bassnectar has made his disdain for our current commander in chief known in any way he could.
This afternoon, he shared an image of a billboard in Oakland, California, calling for the impeachment of Trump and including a URL to a petition to show support.

As you might expect, many of his fans were divided on the issue. Many agreed with him, many didn’t…

Eli Osteroos wrote: “Music brings people together, and what you are doing is playing into the system to further divide us. You of all people should know this and Its embarrassing someone like you who people believe is better than this political garbage is just playing into it like everyone else. Think For Yourself And Question” [sic]

Just below him, Joey Eddy commented: “THIS IS TRUMP NATION, GET OVER IT LOL. What president hasn’t any one tried to impeach lol… You have to commit treason in order to be impeached. Obama committed treason couple times but was he impeached hmmm no he did not. Now shut the fuck up let Donald J. Trump do what he needs to do.” [sic]

Ashley Sellers, more of a voice of reason in this conversation, commented: “LORIN MAJORED IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. so if you dont like it dont pay attention to it because its not going to stop. The man can feel however he wants and probably has PLENTY of facts to back it up. People just need to stop getting so butt hurt damn.” [sic]

In less than an hour, the post has already accumulated nearly 400 comments of varying degrees of anger, camaraderie, or otherwise. Is it right for artists to voice their opinions, especially political ones, one their social media platforms? Absolutely. Others wouldn’t have you think so.

While Bassnectar’s post is pretty straightforward, it’s really the comments and responses to his post that are the most salient and worthy of discussion in this case. Follow the post below.

IMPEACHMENT NOW!The Bay Area knows what’s up! VIVA CALIFORNIA! 🍑🍑🍑

Posted by Bassnectar on Friday, September 29, 2017


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Steve Aoki Remixes Michael Jackson’s Classic “Thriller” For New Augmented Reality Experience

On the list of articles I thought I wouldn’t be writing today, this is pretty far at the top. Epic/Legacy Recordings and Michael Jackson’s estate have teamed up to release a new album of Jackson’s “spookiest” songs, just in time for October, including “Thriller,” “Ghosts,” and  “Scream.”

The project is expected to release October 27, with a CD and collectible glow-in-the-dark 2LP vinyl release. Along with your purchase of the physical album, called Michael Jackson Scream, which is available to stream today, you will receive an exclusive poster that will launch the first-ever augmented reality (AR) experience designed for a Michael Jackson album.

In addition to the album, a Steve Aoki remix of Jackson’s massive hit “Thriller” is released as a standalone single. This isn’t the first time that Aoki has been tapped for a special remix, having remixed the Ghost In The Shell theme song earlier this year. However, when it comes to Michael Jackson, we have to ask ourselves… was this really necessary? It’s certainly not a bad remix, but “Thriller” is one of those songs that never had to be remixed, and it still doesn’t now.

You can check out Aoki’s remix below.


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Underground is King: 8 Electronic Acts to Catch at III Points

There’s a reason we at Your EDM are long-time III Points attendees and fans: it’s an amazing festival. Expertly curated, organized and executed, the now long-running festival in Miami has proved to be an excellent alternative to the bombast of Ultra and other EDM fests in Florida.

III Points manages to land lauded yet recognizable headliners, a great mixture of artists from all genres and rare performances for its lineup every year, and this year is no exception. While our readers likely know acts like The xx, Gorillaz, Richie Hawtin and Kaytranada, it’s the lesser-known bookings that round out the overall lineup. Underground electronic music remains a key component of III Points, and we’ve prepared a guide with eight applicable acts to check out. From the dark corners of Arca‘s music to the disco/house leanings of John Talabot‘s DJ sets, read our picks for eight electronic acts to catch at III Points below:

Friday, October 13

1. Arca & Jesse Kanda

The downtempo subgenre continues to be a popular mold under the wide electronic music umbrella, and one of the genre’s champions has taken his dark spin on the sound toward the pop sphere. Arca’s music defies logic, often prioritizing full-on synth and drum assault over familiar rhythm and structure. Yet, his recent, eponymous album Arca symbolizes his gradual move to the mainstream: still chock full of bleak production, but now more fully equipped with his own vocals to make it a bit more accessible. As someone who constantly defies musical, cultural, social and sexual boundary lines, Arca is truly one of the more exciting musicians working today. His live show includes work from visual artist Jesse Kanda, but prepared to be disturbed yet intrigued.

2. The Black Madonna 

It’s always a joy to watch a non-traditional (specifically anyone who isn’t a white male) producer and DJ make it in the scene. From the get-go, The Black Madonna defied expectations. She helped book and strengthen the famous Chicago club smartbar before graduating to full-time producer and DJ. As someone who has now toured the world, The Black Madonna enjoys widespread success, but still rests on the fringe between the underground and EDM fans. For fans of feel-good disco, house and techno, The Black Madonna’s sets will please. But it’s those moments where she blurs genre lines when the magic happens.

3. Actress

Dance music owes the UK for so many reasons: pioneering dubstep, birthing some of its biggest icons and always pivoting the genre forward. One of the country’s best exports, the forward-thinking producer Actress, has made an effort to tour the US more this past year after the release of his recent album AZD. Do you like slow-building, experimental sounds? Do you like upbeat dance anthems with immaculate production? Actress delves into both worlds on his latest release, and his live show highlights his new music and his older hits.

Saturday, October 14

4. John Talabot

Much like his contemporaries Jamie xx, Four Tet and Caribou, John Talabot has enjoyed a bit of crossover success. The deep house producer made waves with his critic-friendly ƒIN album a few years ago, and has become known for his eclectic DJ sets along the way. This year he revived Talaboman, his collaborative outfit with Axel Boman, for a full-fledged album that highlights Talabot’s growing maturity for producing house, techno and downtempo electronica. Talabot brings his DJ set to III Points this year, which should be full of familiar tracks and lesser-known gems.

For III Points attendees looking for an archetypal afterparty experience, Talabot also heads an official III Points afterparty at Space. Fellow III Points performer Danny Daze and New York favorite Mike Servito joins him for the affair, which runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. the next day. The party takes a page out of the marathon afterparties one can attend in Europe, a welcome foray into the more unhinged side of electronic music for American fans. Head to Resident Advisor to purchase tickets and prepare for the extended session.

Sunday, October 15

5. Daniel Avery

The British producer/DJ Daniel Avery is a master in every sense of the word: phenomenal producer and slick and cunning DJ. Despite Avery’s reputation around the globe, it was a bit a rare sight to catch him on tour in the United States. This year marked a stark departure from his Euro-heavy touring focus, with many dates across  the USA. At III Points he makes a long-waited visit to Florida, surely ready to highlight a number of his own productions with heavy acid and techno tracks mixed in for good measure.

6. Jackmaster

Simply put, Jackmaster is widely regarded as one of the top DJs in the game right now. Sitting perched at #2 on the Resident Advisor Top 100 DJ poll, Jackmaster plays almost every genre and subgenre under the sun for his eclectic sets, highlighting everything from brain-bending techno anthems to rare African selections. It can be difficult to find interest in an artist solely known for playing other artists’ music, but Jackmaster arguably exemplifies the art of DJing better than almost all of his peers.

7. Romare

It’s fair to say the UK breeds some of the best talent in electronic music, but it’s compelling to see one of the more exciting British artists take so much pleasure in highlighting African culture and music. Romare‘s deep discography samples, references and spotlights the often under-looked and under-utilized African dance music sphere, which remains a huge influence upon dance music as a whole. Romare’s ability to update these sounds for a modern audience and make them so well received is a testament to his skill as a forward-thinking producer.

8. Fort Romeau

Yet another UK producer and DJ rounds out our list: Fort Romeau. Fort Romeau’s rested on the fringe of widely blowing up in the underground space for a few years now, but a persistent stream of quality releases has affirmed in his staying power in the genre. His 2017 releases particularly reinforce his growth as a producer: who else can sample dialogue from Dirty Dancing before dropping into an acid-tinged frenzy? His live sets show off his fine skills as a DJ as well, which incorporate both his own productions and exceptional cuts from new and old releases alike.

III Points takes place at Mana Wynwood in Miami, Florida on October 13-15. Head to the III Points ticket website to purchase tickets now.

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Party Favor & Bad Royale – Bury feat. Richie Loop

Despite Party Favor’s last single “Caskets” being on the softer side, he’s returning with a new single with Bad Royale that aims to go back to his massive trap/moombah roots.

The new track, entitled “Bury,” featuring vocals from Richie Loop, is absolute mayhem contained in 210 seconds. Everything from the synths to the tempo to the vocals screams at you to jump around and have as much fun as humanly possible. The combination of Party Favor and Bad Royale could not be stronger.

Check out “Bury” below!


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