G-house king ANGELZ has just dropped a teaser from his much-anticipated “Saint Thug III” EP, appropriately titled “Letter After F.” Featuring ANGELZ‘s signature combination of hip-hop and UK garage house infused with some new tech flavor, “Letter After F” carries the weight and sophistication of the underground combined with the booty-shaking appeal of dancefloor tracks, priming it to absolutely destroy clubs this season. If “Letter After F” is any hint toward the content of ANGELZ‘s upcoming “Saint Thug III” EP on September 6th, the third in his yearly series will debut some fresh tech-house influences while maintaining that infamous groove. While his previous two EPs were released on Tchami‘s label Confession, ANGELZ is self-releasing both “Letter After F” and his new EP on his imprint Maison Sainte. Press play on “Letter After F” and be warned: you’ll want to head to the nearest club immediately afterward. If you can’t get enough ANGELZ‘s, check out his recent remix of Travis Scott‘s “Sicko Mode,” and stayed tuned for the “Saint Thug III” EP on September 6th.
The Quebec City native known as ANGELZ may be one of the most prominent tastemakers of g and tech house today, but his first foray into music was well removed from the spotlight. As a ghostwriter for Def Jam early in his career, ANGELZ spent his time making hit records but always longed to put his own spin on the traditional sounds of hip-hop and rap. Enter his introduction to house music, which lead to his breakthrough hit “Hey Girl” on Tchami‘s label Confession; ANGELZ then went on to release several hit tracks on Confession, including “Devils” and “Love Language” with Tchami himself. Since bursting onto the scene in 2015, ANGELZ has held both fans and industry tastemakers alike captivated with his sound, amassing over 12 million streamson Soundcloud, Spotify and YouTube combined. Following the release of this fall’s “Saint Thug III” EP, ANGELZ is embarking on his third tour of Australia & New Zealand, where he’s had a devoted fan base since the beginning of his career. For those of you across the globe, cross your fingers for more ANGELZ appearances very soon!
Gregor Demise is back and has whipped up a banging second EP titled, Things That Move. This explosive four-track EP ishowcases Gregor Demise a.k.a Matthew Ehinger’s unique and versatile sound. His tracks, “Lost Temper,” “Morph Me,” “Things That Move” and “Stillness In The Bottom” provide an eclectic and hair raising mixture of trap and dark electronic beats. Not afraid to experiment with his sound and unbound by genre, Gregor Demise’s EP will have the listener transported on a journey with an abundance variety of heavy claps, bass, brass synths and sick beats!
“Things That Move EP is a recognition of the intense and sometimes overwhelming emotions that we experience as humans – excitement with a sense of fear, sadness with a pang of guilt, anger sometimes without reason. These are the things that move within us, and these are the emotions that are woven into each song. I produced the songs during a particularly emotional time for me, and I let my own feelings guide the sound; they were my inspiration and my North Star.”
Although, relatively new onto the EDM scene, Chicago based DJ and Producer Gregor Demise is quickly on the rise with his dynamic beats and style. Gregor’s talented ear for music allows him to craft and create powerful works of art through music.
Gregor Demise is a cinematic electronic producer based out of Chicago, IL with a passion for creating dark, and intense musical compositions. As he grew up in Connecticut, Gregor collected musical experiences: he joined his church’s youth choir, formed a rock band in elementary school, and joined his middle school’s jazz ensemble. Ultimately, he fell in love with electronic music, which jump started his passion for creating music digitally. His biggest musical inspirations are producers such as KRANE, Troyboi, Alexander Lewis, and Deadmau5.
Las Vegas-based producer/DJ BORGEOUS shares his newest release, theDEAR ME,EP, today (May 16). This five track EP for his Geousus Records (via AWAL/Kobalt) continues to show his mastery of various styles and its concept is based upon John writing a ‘Dear Me’ to himself…“a don’t do this in the future kinda thing…like me writing to myself in the past you the future of things to do and not do in the industry or in life, etc.”
On Dear Me,BORGEOUS continues to flex his cross-genre collaboration skills, which are highlighted on tracks like “Switchblade” featuring Jared Watson from the Dirty Heads. Another standout production is the inspiring pop gem “Alive” which features rapper/vocalist IAMSU! of the west coast indie hip-hop outfit HBK Gang.
The full track listing for Dear Me, is:
Switchblade (ft. Jared Watson)
Alive (ft. IAMSU)
Sun Goes Down
All That I Need
I Don’t Wanna
To support the release of Dear Me, BORGEOUS will be appearing at a multitude of major festivals and clubs across the U.S. Fans can expect to hear his new tracks as well as some old classics in a unique and high-energy set. Upcoming performances include Electric Daisy Carnival and Hakkasan in Las Vegas, Stereo Live in Houston and Lavo in New York. BORGEOUS‘ complete round of tour dates are:
As we continue in the pursuit of pinpointing the biggest records within the dubstep and bass music soundscape, we are excited to bring back a time honored Buygore artist that has always delivered the dubs. Hailing from Belgium, Point.Blank has routinely put out some of both Fresh Blood and Buygore Records most heralded tunes on dance floors around the globe.
Following in the steps of his previous ‘Money’ EP release, Point.Blank has never disappointed when it comes to his authentic yet intriguing sound design. Point.Blank has also put out a handful of releases on the Buygore sub-label Fresh Blood; with two original pieces of work on Fresh Blood Volume 2 entitled “Bomb” and “That Hip Hop Shit,” Point.Blank returned on Fresh Blood Volume 3 with a collaboration featuring Savage Society affiliate Definitive proving his loyalty to the Borgore-lead brand.
Buygore Records is adrenalized to announce that the ‘Lurking’ EP, a five-track installment exhibiting the new sounds of the Belgium-based artist, will be one of the first releases of the year. ‘Lurking’ is set in motion with the opening track “Roll Up,” a long-awaited fan favorite that has been storming through live sets by some of the biggest names in the scene. The third track on the project entitled “Computer” begins with an amalgamation of digital sound effects, accompanied by a cataclysmic build that leads into blaring horns and heavy reverb carrying the track from drop to drop. The EP wraps up with “Tony Montana” and a VIP version as an extra added bonus; while “Tony Montana” already brings the basslines for a memorable epilogue, the VIP breathes new life into the track and has listeners at the edge of their seats already waiting for more.
One of Belgium’s most popular exports behind waffles and chocolate, Point.Blank is regarded as a pioneer of the harder more aggressive dubstep sound that has swept North America by storm. Point.Blank has long standing support from Borgore, who signed him on to Buygore Records in 2014, as well as Excision, Zomboy, Datsik, Terravita, and many more.
With an ever-expanding global soundscape, there is an unlimited reserve of new sounds and up-and-coming artists from around the world. Buygore Records’ Fresh Blood sub-label has welcomed some of the underground bass music scene’s most promising of 2017; as we begin the new year, it feels more than fitting to expand the Fresh Blood roster for a hidden gem from South Africa. Operating under the moniker Jon Casey, our next release gives listeners a palatable sampling of tunes that reflect his inner maestro in his forthcoming ‘6 Caliber’ EP.
The forthcoming ‘6 Caliber’ project is the first of its kind on the Fresh Blood imprint. Straying away from the typical dubstep-centric releases, Jon Casey’s four-track installment introduces a variety of rap-infused, experimental-style beats from the underground. Each track on the EP enfolds another facet of Jon Casey’s production skillset. “Flexin’” featuring LA-based rapper Macntaj gives ‘6 Caliber’ a robust preamble, fusing together elements of hip-hop, rap, and freeform trap rhythms. Jon Casey’s ‘6 Caliber’ is also home to three new collaborators. Featuring Philadelphia-based hip hop artist Abrax Phaeton on the bass heavy track entitled “Get Right”, as well as Jetset and Magmag on “Chainsaw”, it is clear that Casey’s skillfulness reaches new heights with every release.
Hailing from Pretoria, South Africa, Casey’s ‘6 Caliber’ EP is set to be the first Fresh Blood release of the new year. The self-taught bedroom music producer may only be 21-years-old, but he is entering 2018 with a promising start. After bringing his unique sound design from South America to the U.S., Jon Casey does not disappoint in his forthcoming Fresh Blood release.