BLKBRST – Resurrection [Premiere]

The Canadian bass producer BLKBRST has made his Drop Central
debut with his brand new single Resurrection. We are
proud here at Salacious Sound to be the first to showcase the
incredible sound of this rising producer. He is continues to
release song after song with new and impressive sound design
that truly sets him apart. Have a listen for yourself and
grab the free download.

 

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BLKBRST – Resurrection [Premiere]

BOiCE, Feline – Soaking Lovers

“Soaking Lovers” sounds like something crafted by Flume. The
hip-hop influenced electronic production style is wavy as
hell, and the top line by Feline really set’s BOiCE’s new
single up for immediate success, talk about a dream team. I
don’t know too many other German musicians, but everyone on
this bill is from that area of Europe, and together they
absolutely crushed this release. Stream and download “Soaking
Lovers” below now!

BOiCE, Feline – Soaking Lovers

Kainalu – Finding Peace Of Mind

Well do we have a treat for you. “Finding Peace Of Mind” by
Kainalu is a dreamy synth laden tune that’s perfect to kick it
on the beach to. Songs like these just put a smile on my face.
Enjoy.

Kainalu – Finding Peace Of Mind

Épique – Around Me (prod.94)

There is a lot of different sub-genres inside Hip-Hop and
Rap. From mumble rap, where the focus is more so the melody
of the chorus to underground hip-hop, where the focus is the
artist’s actual lyrical ability. I’d call Épique’s musical
style right in the middle of those two; he can lay down a
catchy hook but also still has bars. While the song is
clearly a rap record, the producer 94 seems to have a low key
electronic feel at certain parts of the instrumental, which
is dope. Don’t sleep on this rising Central Florida emcee,
this new single “Around Me” is very promising.

Épique – Around Me (prod.94)

Homaze – “Knew About Me”

Swiss duo Homaze are wearing their hearts on
their sleeve with their new single “Knew About Me.” The group
– comprised of boy/girl couple Lara & Dario – put forth a
tale of betrayal that most of us have experienced at one
point in time. The track slides in and out of synth-heavy
cascades, reminiscent of Disclosure and Oh Wonder.

“The song is about betrayal and being hurt by someone on a
very personal level,” explains Dario. “We’ve both been
wronged by people in the past in such a way that letting it
out in a song for once really allows us to explore new facets
of our own creativity, turning negativity into something
positive that maybe some people will be able to relate to.”

We look forward to seeing what’s in store for Homaze in 2018.
Be sure to keep up with them on Facebook, Twitter, and
Instagram.

Homaze – “Knew About Me”

INZO – Visionaries (feat. Novet)

Up and coming producer INZO just recently dropped an amazing
production featuring vocals from Novet. The title says it
all. The two might as well be deemed as such,
Visionaries. This single has influences of Flume or
What So Not, with its future bass and hip hop fusion, and
INZO could see himself placed with the likes of those if he
continues with tracks of this caliber.

 

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INZO – Visionaries (feat. Novet)

Post Malone – I Fall Apart [Wet Paint Remix]

Wet Paint is an upcoming Canadian production duo based in
Halifax. After a half year hiatus, the rising act is back
with a sick new Post Malone remix. Lacing the originally dark
and laid back record with an uplifting future bass style of
production, these guys really switched this one up. Stream
and download their new “I Fall Apart” remix below now, and
keep Wet Paint on your radar!

Post Malone – I Fall Apart [Wet Paint Remix]

Juicy M & HIDDN feat. Kepler – Polaroids and Dirty Dances

“Polaroids and Dirty Dances” by Juicy M & HIDDN featuring
Kepler is a massive new track that came out earlier today via
Trap City and Spinnin’ Records. Co-produced by Juicy M &
HIDDN, this dream team really cooked up some multi-genre heat
on the original single and Kepler’s top line and the icing on
the cake. Simple, straightforward and easy to remember –
exactly how a pop record should be executed. Check out
“Polaroids and Dirty Dances” by Juicy M, HIDDN & Kepler
after the jump you won’t regret it, I promise.

Juicy M & HIDDN feat. Kepler – Polaroids and Dirty Dances

M3RC – TELL ME (BLKBRST REMIX)

We recently featured M3RC’s “Tell Me” here at SalaciousSound
and just recently we were treated to a fresh flip of the
original from San Francisco based producer BLKBRST. He
managed to take an already turned up tune and took it to a
whole new level. This remix perfectly blends melodic trap and
dubstep with fresh sounding growls and synthesis that is much
needed in the genre.

 

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M3RC – TELL ME (BLKBRST REMIX)

GXNXVS – Shapes & Colours (Feat. Rome Fortune)

I can’t get the hook of “Shapes & Colours” out of my head
for the life of me, but I’m not mad about it. The recent
global musical partnership (Atlanta x Australia) originally
initiated online, and then when Rome Fortune and GXNXVS
actually had the chance to meet in person while in L.A. they
worked on an entire project together. Listen to the new
collab now via the stream below.

GXNXVS – Shapes & Colours (Feat. Rome Fortune)

Kayls – “Summer”

From the land of eternal sunshine – otherwise known as Los
Angeles – comes another young electro-pop talent by the name
of KAYLS. After being dragged through the
ringer in the ever-so-unforgiving music industry,
KAYLS is enjoying a fresh start with her new
single “Summer,” which focuses on holding onto a moment for
as long as humanly possible. The track – produced by Rostrum
Records trio BRÅVES – features high-end sounds and
intoxicating vocals. Fans of Tove Lo & Lana Del Rey will
surely get their fix with this one.

“The emotion of ‘Summer’ is a little bit bitter sweet,” she
explains. “It’s that song about wanting to fight off the
inevitable and hold onto a moment in time for as long as
possible, all the while knowing that there’s not much you can
do to change the fate of the situation.”

Keep your eye on KAYLS this winter, who will
release her debut EP Modern Savages in January.

Kayls – “Summer”

Gromo – Natural High (feat. Eastman)

One of the youngest DJ/producers to play multiple Ultra
festivals has just released his latest single “Natural High,”
an urban electronic hip hop track featuring rapper Eastman
out of Washington D.C. Still only a high school student,
Gromo is making waves in the modern hip hop scene. Stream his
latest on you favorite platform now.

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Gromo – Natural High (feat. Eastman)

Demario SB – POGO (Prod. By LayzEye)

The dude Demario SB makes his debut at SalaciousSound and
definitely has us bouncing here. His latest POGO is
a fresh sounding hip-hop tune setting itself a part from the
washed out sounds of today’s scene. The track is upbeat and
fun with super catchy lyricism all encompassed by a vibe-y
beat provided by LayzEye. Smash that play button.

 

 

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Demario SB – POGO (Prod. By LayzEye)

Sunset Neon – “Tonight”

Sunset Neon is the new project from
producer/songwriter Bret Autrey, and it’s a full-blown Knight
Rider David Hasselhoff VHS experience. He will
release his debut album Starlight on
December 1st via FiXT, and we’re reeling over the album’s
first single “Tonight.” It combines the campy vibes of
80s glam rock with electronic production, and it’s pretty
tasty stuff.

“Klayton from Celldweller/Scandroid/Circle of Dust suggested
I create a new project to just go completely nuts and revel
in the 80s fluorescence I’ve always wanted to do,” Autrey
explains. “I’ve dreamed about doing a project like this since
I first started making music, so I’m freakishly excited to
create some weirdo VHS music for nostalgia-tinged drives or
the result of watching too many flicks like
Terrorvision and Vamp over and over.”

Check out “Tonight” below, and keep an eye out for more music
from Sunset Neon this fall.

Sunset Neon – “Tonight”

NEMØ – Why Don’t You ft. Emma Bas

NEMØ and Emma Bass connect for “Why Don’t You” the intense
glitch-hop and future bass concoction of sounds. Their new Be
Rich Records-released record is a familiar song about
jealousy, break ups, and toxic relationships that will have
you bouncing to it by the end of it. Not too familiar with
NEMØ’s releases before this one, but after giving “Why Don’t
You” a spin I’m intrigued to check it out because this song
is a banger. Check it out below.

NEMØ – Why Don’t You ft. Emma Bas

Selfish Skin – Wicked Game (prod. Strehlow)

This song is beautiful. Indie electronica is how I would
classify it, genre-wise, but it’s more than that. It brought
a song from the 1980’s era into the modern music scene;
blending various sounds, genres, and influences into one rare
updated cover. “Wicked Game” by Selfish Skin and Strehlow
deserves your attention, stream their new collab below now.
Enjoy.

Selfish Skin – Wicked Game (prod. Strehlow)

Bryce Vine – “Drew Barrymore”

LA’s Bryce Vine has returned with his
undeniable new single “Drew Barrymore,” his first release
since 2016’s Night
Circus 
EP
. Bryce first turned heads with his
2014 breakout “Sour
Patch Kids
,” which is currently sitting at nearly 12
million streams on Spotify.

The new track is an ode to Hollywood royalty, and maintains
peak chill throughout. “There’s something special about
Drew that is hard to put in to words. The girl i’m
talking about in the song has that same charm. It’s an
unexplainable admiration for a special person – whoever that
may be in your own life.”

Word on the street is that Vine plans to release more music
throughout the fall – can only hope this is true. Check out
“Drew Barrymore” below.

 

Bryce Vine – “Drew Barrymore”

Andres Sierra – Why Do I (Still Love You)

Andres Sierra just released the first single off his upcoming
LP House Arrest. House Arrest is a
dynamic blend of dance and house tracks all with some type of
pop feel. Why Do I (Still Love You,)
co-produced by UK house duo Midnight City, captures
the essence of what House Arrest delivers, solidifying
a perfect hybrid between dance, house, and pop.

 

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Andres Sierra – Why Do I (Still Love You)