First off, if you haven’t yet, get your Trapfest tickets! It is one week away and it is not something you will want to miss. For those of you who are in the Chicago area, the lineup for EDC Chicago has been leaked! You can check out the list here. A-Trak has teamed up with Adidas for their new Spring and Summer campaign, which has some OG fresh fits. A-Trak will be releasing “Landslide 2.0″ as well for this endeavor. If Adidas isn’t your style, or you are just looking for more dope clothing, then you can purchase some of our brand new Moombroton gear! We have t-shirts and tanks which are available here. To wrap things up, Dillon Francis released his “Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up)” music video this week which you can watch below. One of my favorite music videos.
This week we have 2 absolutely monster tracks and 2 chilled out mellow ones. We saw it fitting to oblige to those of you who’s weekend plan is to party hard, recover, then party hard again! Do enjoy.
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Everyone knows the Grammy news, so do I really have to say that Skrillex won three of them? Besides for the Grammy wins, there is more Skrillex news, but this time A-Trak and Diplo are directly involved. These three are joining forces to form a youtube channel entitled “POTATO“. They plan on releasing mixes, having audio premieres and a plethora of other goodies for us to enjoy. On a sour note, Azelia Banks has more beef, this time with our buddy Baauer, who produced the track “Harlem Shake”, which created a viral craze. She apparently made an uncredited vocal edit that Baauer was not down for. She chose to use some choice words in replying to his level-headed claim. This is not the first time she has had this issue, having had similar beef with Munchi previously.
Now to the music. For this week’s digest we have some great tunes for you guys! Make sure to head to the artists Facebook pages and give them some love as well. Do enjoy!
Shorne: Psychologic shows off the extent of his production diversity with this brand new electro house collaboration with Droptalk titled “In To Pieces”. Unlike most 128 bpm tracks, they start off with a half time intro and epic percussion, specifically some big room jungle drums and Koan Sound like snares. Not what you would expect at all. In To Pieces features a little bit of everything you could possibly want in an electro house song!
Psychologic & Droptalk – In To Pieces: 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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