Tag: Friends

Jenaux – My Friend

“My Friend” is the new soulful and funky new original tune by New York producer and DJ Jenaux. Similar sounding to Griz or Gramatik, this one has a future spacey vibe to it influenced by the likes Pretty Lights, but still has his own unique flair. Check out a quote from the NYC based act […]

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Vicetone Ft. Meron Ryan- Walk Thru Fire

Vicetone Ft. Meron Ryan- Walk Thru Fire Would you walk through fire for someone? Probably not, but hey- it’s a nice sentiment for those day one, ride or die friends. For Dutch progressive house duo Vicetone, that’s what their latest track ‘Walk Thru Fire’ featuring Meron Ryan is all about. Released about a week and […]

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ARTY's Avicii Tribute Track Sounds Oddly Similar to this Chris Brown Track

Today, one dedicated follower of ARTY pointed out that the Russian producer’s tribute song to Avicii called ‘Tim‘ sounds almost identical to Chris Brown‘s ‘Beautiful People‘ featuring the legendary Benny Benassi. In the music industry, it’s not a rare occurrence that two very different artists release similar sounding tracks. Some other occurrences are Taylor Swift‘s ‘Look What You Made Me […]

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Surgeon: ‘My cats don’t like techno’

Techno pioneer Surgeon has revealed his cats aren’t fans of his music. In a new interview with XLR8R, the techno producer was asked about the popular “cat shoutouts” segment on his Rinse FM radio show. The regular feature involves Surgeon responding to requests for him to say hello to fans’ feline friends live on air. […]

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Two Feet Released From Hospital Care; Breaks Silence on Mental Health

Last week, we almost lost an amazing and incredibly talented artist. New York-based singer/songwriter Two Feet (born Zachary William “Bill” Dess), alarmed fans with what he referred to as a Twitter “suicide note,” captioned “goodbye.” In the tweet, the singer, who was supposed to play Lollapalooza in Chicago this past weekend, wrote: The post heavily impacted the music community. Thousands of […]

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