ABSRDST sure surprised us with his new remix of Foxsky's hyper rave "Puppy Parade." Via Trekkie Trax, barking bass and your old school "Who let the dogs out" phrase hitting the scene, who knew dogs could musically make us throw our unforgiving trap arms in the air. ABSRDST gave us a beautifully constructed version of "Puppy Parade" who's intro starts in a caress of vocals which then leads into a snapping dubstep bass drop and bubbly synths.
Below check out ABSRDST's remix of "Puppy Parade"!
SYNTHESIS: VOLUME 1After years of publishing our music/art discoveries on this blog, the community has shown us that true artistry has no boundaries. To start off our official 3rd year of MELTING OF AGE, we thought a compilation would be the best fitting. Compiled of artists we have admired over our time as a blog, SYNTHESIS: VOLUME 1 constructs, to what we hope, a cohesive album full of original pieces that best represents MOA. For this first comp, we collected a total of 13 artists from around the world to showcase their workmanship in production and songwriting. From heated house to experimental club music, we are excited to present SYNTHESIS: VOLUME 1 as the first edition to our new compilation series! Below share and listen to SYNTHESIS: VOLUME 1!
"TIRED OF PRETENDING" - SLOW SHUDDER (MISTERRCHA REMIX)
London producer, MisterrCha, grants us with a groovy remix of Slow Shudder's "Tired of Pretending" from our SYNTHESIS VOL.1 compilation! With upbeat drum structure and juggling the singer/producer Slow Shudder's vocals, the remix brings an islander bounce to the original. MisterrCha brings in his own flavor of yummy bass and tasty vocal chops to blend together for a delicious sound. The melody is transformed into a popping style of a house and breakdance blend to tingle the dancing joints in your body! Take a listen below as we proudly present MisterrCha's remix of "Tired of Pretending"!!
Composed of 20 amazingly talented artists, Fanserivce Collective is back with another compelling compilation that drips mystic rhythms. Filip's "They Know" eases you into Volume 3's aura by drawing in your attention to fluttering beats and dark sultry bass. Another outstanding track from this riveting comp is Sabori's rumbling "Monolith" which can literally light up a hot club by its pouncing beats and sketched up vocal samples. As you glide deeper into Volume 3 you start to encounter beautifully composed tracks like Brooke Barry's "Come Find Me" produced by Madnap and Skydoki's "Impulse." And just when you think Fanservice's newest project couldn't get any more diverse you are hit with what could be major festival worthy tracks like Jacob Sampson's "Baile" or Arrowhead's "Foxtrot"! Truly this volume is severe fire and its one you should not be sleeping on!