Summer is here; for most of us. With summer comes a whole lot of releases by artists to be played out throughout the next few months. However, there is one release that will shadow them all. It comes from one of the most talented and consistent producers in the entire EDM scene, the one and only David Heartbreak. Brooklyn born, Heartbreak always brings his A-Game, which recently got him signed to Skrillex‘s highly acclaimed OWSLA label. To kick off this epic union, Heartbreak released a seven track EP entitled ‘The Foundation’. Each track brings something different to the table, with Heartbreak breaking genre barriers and fusing old aspects and styles with a neoteric attitude. Make sure to listen and cop this EP because if you do, then there is no possible way your summer will be lacking in the musical department. Heartbreak delivers in a big way.
We were very fortunate to have had the opportunity to interview Heartbreak as well! So while you take a listen to the EP, read through this revealing interview into the life and mind of David. Keep up to date on his projects and whereabouts because David has a bright future a head of him. He can be found on Facebook, Soundcloud and Twitter, or collectively at his own Website. Now, enjoy the following segments!
David Heartbreak – The Foundation: Buy On Beatport
David Heartbreak Interview
Moombroton: First off, how did you get into music and more specifically EDM?
Heartbreak: I got into electronic music by Daft Punk. I actually purchased ‘Revolution 909′ back in the day and thought it was instrumentals (haha). But them along with Timbaland and Bjork, that was all EDM to me, plus I grew up listening to a lot of hip hop and rock, thats where I get my aggressive side from. Honeslty, I was very closed minded, I didn’t go as far as I do now into music, only regret I have. The types of music that you listen to says a lot about your personality.
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Happy Monday Everyone!! Today we’re doing a special feature on a group out of our very own city Denver, Colorado. Bass Physics is an Electronic music group started and based out of the bass/EDM capital and Mile-high state of Denver. Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, Paper Diamond, EOTO are just a few artist to plant their musical seeds in the state of Colorado. Now joining this impressive list of artist is Bass Physics. The energetic duo strives to bring listeners a new level of appreciation of music, and spread positive vibes in doing so.
Luke Sims and A.P. Adair are giving the Colorado music scene a breath of fresh air with Bass Physics. Go to their facebook page to find out more about Luke Sims and A.P. Adair because you won’t regret it. Happy for those guys on their debut album release and current line of events transpiring. Get their free album and watch the dope promo video below. If you like Electronic and HipHop music then their style is just for you. This genre is a great fusion of soulful HipHop with funky synths of Electronic music. Very fitting to the vibe of this wonderfully and energetic state loved by countless producers around the world.
Bass Physics – Lose Your Mind (Download Album Here!)
Bass Physics – Lose Your Mind Promo Video :
Moombahton has come a long way from it’s beginnings with Nada and since then there have been many contributors to the development of this expansive genre. Someone who has always been bringing numerous tracks to the table, as well as sufficing to all bass needs, has been the Serbian master of moombahton, Neki Stranac. Neki Stranac is the solo project of Milan Đurić, who is 1/2 of the “folkstep” duo ShazaLaKazoo. Hailing from Belgrade, Neki has given us incredible originals like “Bo!” and countless edits and remixes of tracks like “Lifetime” and “Go Down Low“.
Today he will continue with his steady flow of output by releasing “Gypsy (Neki Stranac Moombahton Mix)” as a Moombroton exclusive! This track, originally done by SCNDL, is a top notch moombah edit that is made for the big room party atmosphere. A continuous groove is present from beginning to end and one cannot help to get physically involved with the music. Knowing how to always keep the party going, Neki will continue to be a major player in the moombahton game.
Along with this Moombroton exclusive, we got to catch up with Neki for a killer interview! Make sure to check out the tracks with the interview and head over to Neki’s Facebook to show him your support. For those looking to blast their library with Neki tunes, head over to his free downloads page, which you can find here.
SCNDL – Gypsy (Neki Stranac Moombahton Mix): Direct Download
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Style is what defines artists. No matter what genre they produce, every artist should set out to mold their own identity in how they create music. This is not a constricting facet, however. It is merely having a solid fundamental basis that gets built upon and morphed throughout an artist’s career. One such project that has an incredibly unique and fresh take on things is the French duo, AGLORY. Hailing from Paris, Anthony and Geoffray are tearing it up with incredible tracks. Whether it is moombah, trap, house, or even hardstyle, these guys have an amazing style that is all their own. The distinctive flare they possess has gotten them quickly signed to not only Chateau Bruyant, but also the New York centered label Rot10 Musik.
Below we have for you a phenomenal trap remix of A-Trak & Zinc‘s “Like the Dancefloor” as well as an excellent interview from these guys! The interview spawned from our posting of their collaboration track with Sazon Booya that was released on the Moombahton Forever compilation. You know these guys are legit if they had a song, which you can find concluding this post, on that epic release. Make sure to keep an eye out for these guys in the future and enjoy the wonderful interview and music!
A-Track & Zinc – Like the Dancefloor (AGLORY Remix): Direct Download
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Beta is one of the premiere Nightclubs in the United States. Located in the heart of Denver, it brings the biggest names in the electronic music scene from dubstep to – most recently –
On Friday, January 18th Beta hosted the young, talented, and energetic Crizzly. Chris Marshall, better known by his stage name Crizzly, is the crunkstep producer/Dj blowing up the scene at only 21 years of age. His masterful remixes of “Big Booty Bitches” and “Chain Hang Low” gained instant popularity among Hip-Hop and Dubstep listeners worldwide. With the release of his latest self titled album, Crizzly continues to established a huge following; furthermore, he is gaining a lot of recognition and respect from artist around the world. Crizzly is one of the few artist to start/cultivate combining Hip-Hop and electronic music creatively. Moombroton had a chance to be part of his Beta show and catch up with him prior to the show to talk about upcoming collaborations, shows, and his favorite cities to play in.
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