Bro Safari Releases Official Video For “The Drop” – Live at We Are NRG

Producer Nicholas Weiller, known to millions as Bro Safari, continues to brand the industry with a searing impression of his hip-hop influenced trap and huge moombathon mixes, that have earned him his stripes alongside some of electronic music’s biggest and best. This afternoon Bro Safari released the new video for “The Drop” which comes live from We Are NRG, and can be viewed here.

An avid punk rock fan that originally began producing drum n bass back in his hometown of Atlanta, he adopted the tongue-in-cheek demeanour of Bro Safari to launch his explosive foray into palpitation-inducing dubstep and bass-pummelling trap. Working with long-time collaborator UFO!, the pairing have remixed names including M.I.A. and Kill The Noise, receiving support from huge acts including Jack Ü, DJ Snake, RL Grime and more, their collaborative 10-track project ‘Animal’ also saw US hip-hop star Iggy Azalea add her talent to the instrumental original, with a flipped-out freestyle of bars that sent the blogsphere into a vortex.

As collaborations with names such as Dillon Francis and Valentino Khan continued to showcase that he could hold his own and bring his undeniable flair to the table, his solo releases continue on in pushing the envelope of experimental electronic music. From his various releases on OWSLA, DimMak or on EP’s like ‘Bender’ and ‘Bros Gone Wild’ with their Southern-heavy influence of strung-out, cutting bass beats, his Notorious B.I.G. sampling tracks ‘Uncrushable’ and ‘Scumbag’ also showcase his wide-scoping breadth of knowledge and arsenal of weaponry.

As prolific on the live circuit as he is in the studio, Bro Safari’s tour calendar has spanned the globe’s most notable music events, with appearances’ at Lollapalooza, ULTRA Music Festival, Electric Forest, TomorrowWorld, Mysteryland, Electric Zoo, EDC New York and many more, it’s no surprise that radio mixes for the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Diplo & Friends and Annie Nightingale have been in demand for the airwaves, taking his sound to a global audience of millions.

From the textural intricacy of recent release ‘Follow’, to his “Pretty Good Tour” that will kick-off this fall with MC collaborator Armanni Reign, these shows past, present and future are readied to drive his status as one of the most promising, bubbling forces in US electronic music.

Redlight – New Flows

British DJ and producer Redlight announces the release of his highly-anticipated single New Flows, out now via Insomniac Records. With infectious vocals and a high-energy bassline, the energetic title track is dancefloor ready, in addition to receiving regular play with BBC Radio 1. The release is rounded out by the producer’s ‘Rugged & Raw’ mix, flipping the original on its head through deep tones and robotic synths, setting itself apart while offering up a taste of the producer’s range and diversity.

mAsis – Skin

Braxton transforms JONES ‘Wild’

As Braxton shifts towards a wealth of new material, his latest remix of JONES ‘Wild’ displays the diversity and depth in his productions. ‘Wild’ (Braxton Remix) is forthcoming on 37 Adventures.

This remix follows on from a year of triumph for the Brighton based DJ and producer, who has well and truly left his mark. He’s gained consistent support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard & Phil Taggert, as well as regular spins on Australia’s Triple J, and a certified nod from tastemakers such as The Magician, Tiësto
& Cedric Gervais.

Leading with rich undertones and tribal elements, Braxton has transformed the original, soft delicacy into a late night anthem.

About Braxton
Hailing from Brighton, Braxton quickly caught the attention from BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Pete Tong & MistaJam, along with international DJs for his debut release ‘21 Days’. That, alongside past remixes for the likes of kyla La Grange, Blonde, Chloe Black & Tourist – Braxton has caused a global stir. Not forgetting his 4-track EP on MTA Records with tracks including ‘Something About You’ & ‘Stronger’ – a track that was described by BBC Radio 1XTRA’s MistaJam as “the best house record MTA have released since Ben Pearce What I Might Do” – and serving up unforgettable guest mixes for THUMP, Earmilk, Data Transmission, Fabriclive & Beatport.

Nuta Cookier – Troy Ep

Dutch label, Fonk Recordings, have enjoyed a meteoric rise in the short time they’ve been around. Established just last year by founder and DJ/Producer, Dannic, they have released smash after smash from artists such as Merk & Kremont, M35, Holl & Rush and Pessto. With the iron still hot, they continue to strike, and the latest certain club hit is from Teamwork & Thomas Feelman in the shape of ‘Whisper’.

Since it first aired on radio, most notably played by Steve Angello on BBC Radio 1, audio rips appeared online, sending fans into a frenzy as their eagerness to learn when the release date would be. That time is now and if the anticipation is anything to go by, it looks like the first collaboration between Israeli duo Teamwork and Parisian Thomas Feelman could be Fonk Recordings biggest release to date.

Wasting zero time, ‘Whisper’ gets straight to business with high energy beats and an ever-rising build-up which breaks just long enough to see a beautifully melodic moment of respite before the drop hits. ‘Whisper’ has already been doing the damage on air as it has been at some of the world’s biggest parties by some of the world’s biggest DJ’s and now it finally sees its release it is sure to be hammered by fans and more DJ’s alike. Don’t snooze, grab your copy now.

Braxton unearths Late Night Mix of ‘Body’

As Brighton-based Braxton gears towards the release of his forthcoming single, he proves his weight in gold by dropping the Late Night Mix of ‘Body’.
With the original record described as a “nice little seg-way into Autumn” by the Metro, and first revealed in The Magician’s ‘Magictape 61’ – Braxton taps into darker, deeper territories with this bass heavy anthem. As a result, the track focuses on powerful electronic elements and faint, echoed vocals – in turn, crafting a multilayered soundscape for late night movers.

Listen to ‘Body’ (Late Night Mix) here

About Braxton
Hailing from Brighton, Braxton quickly caught the attention from BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Pete Tong, MistaJam and Danny Howard, along with international DJs for his debut release ‘21 Days’. That, alongside past remixes for the likes of Kyla La Grange, Blonde, Chloe Black & Tourist – Braxton has caused a global stir. Not forgetting his 4-track EP on MTA Records with tracks including ‘Something About You’ & ’Stronger’ – a track that was described by BBC Radio 1XTRA’s Mistajam as “the best house record MTA have released since Ben Pearce – What I Might Do” – and unforgettable guest mixes for THUMP, Fabriclive & Beatport.

Bro Safari Debuts Visual for “Reality”

Producer Nicholas Weiller, known to millions as Bro Safari, continues to brand the industry with a searing impression of his hip-hop influenced trap and huge moombathon mixes, that have earned him his stripes alongside some of electronic music’s biggest and best. This afternoon Bro Safari released an original track “Reality”, that can be viewed here.

An avid punk rock fan that originally began producing drum n bass back in his hometown of Atlanta, he adopted the tongue-in-cheek demeanour of Bro Safari to launch his explosive foray into palpitation-inducing dubstep and bass-pummelling trap. Working with long-time collaborator UFO!, the pairing have remixed names including M.I.A. and Kill The Noise, receiving support from huge acts including Jack Ü, DJ Snake, RL Grime and more, their collaborative 10-track project ‘Animal’ also saw US hip-hop star Iggy Azalea add her talent to the instrumental original, with a flipped-out freestyle of bars that sent the blogsphere into a vortex.

As collaborations with names such as Dillon Francis and Valentino Khan continued to showcase that he could hold his own and bring his undeniable flair to the table, his solo releases continue on in pushing the envelope of experimental electronic music. From his various releases on OWSLA, DimMak or on EP’s like ‘Bender’ and ‘Bros Gone Wild’ with their Southern-heavy influence of strung-out, cutting bass beats, his Notorious B.I.G. sampling tracks ‘Uncrushable’ and ‘Scumbag’ also showcase his wide-scoping breadth of knowledge and arsenal of weaponry.

As prolific on the live circuit as he is in the studio, Bro Safari’s tour calendar has spanned the globe’s most notable music events, with appearances’ at Lollapalooza, ULTRA Music Festival, Electric Forest, TomorrowWorld, Mysteryland, Electric Zoo, EDC New York and many more, it’s no surprise that radio mixes for the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Diplo & Friends and Annie Nightingale have been in demand for the airwaves, taking his sound to a global audience of millions.

From the textural intricacy of recent release ‘Follow’, to his “Pretty Good Tour” that will kick-off this fall with MC collaborator Armanni Reign, these shows past, present and future are readied to drive his status as one of the most promising, bubbling forces in US electronic music.

ElectronicLuve – Friday 18 Nov – The Steelyard London

If you like it electronic, then ElectronicLuve is for you!

Bringing up an all star line up with our partners BBC Radio 1XTRA & Psychedelic-art.

Friday 18 November, The Steelyard, London. 10PM-6AM

Esentrik’s acclaimed “Love You Down” remix (supported by Major Lazer, Skrillex, Dj Snake + More)

One of the most buzzed-about unreleased tracks, Esentrik’s remix of INOJ’s “Love You Down” had been a blogosphere favorite, accumulating over 3 million plays on SoundCloud and airing on BBC Radio 1xtra’s Diplo & Friends before being removed from SoundCloud. Finally set for its long-awaited official release, “Love You Down” is here to stay and available now courtesy of Ultra Music.

Laced with infectious claps, a mellow-trap bassline and an unforgettable vocal arrangement, “Love You Down” appeals far and wide with its electronic undertones and R&B aesthetic. The sultry and soulful composition from the T/W/R/K member had been ahead of its time when initially surfacing and its inevitable release lands in the crosshairs of today’s hottest sounds.

ABOUT ESENTRIK
New York Native Esentrik, has low key emerged as a favorite among EDM elite and Hip Hop heavyweights. Racking up millions of plays with his solo releases and crushing dance-floors globally with his project T/W/R/K, he’s been referred to by Diplo as “one of the most influential, eclectic DJs in the game.” As a resident on Diplo & Friends Radio 1 BBC, Esentrik has honed his craft with support and play from the likes of Major Lazer, Skrillex, Dj Snake and has been in the lab crafting his solo project which is set for release in 2017.

BOSSY LOVE RELEASES NEW SINGLE “WIND ME UP” 

Following the recent, critically-acclaimed, singles Want Some and Call Me Up, Glasgow-based, RnB/Pop duo Bossy Love announce Wind Me Up as part of a series of single releases, that will see another two released before the end of the year.

“Wind Me Up is about moving overseas and being caught in the whirlwind of two lives. Trying to make a new life doing what you love and running very fast away from the old one. It was written living in a house share where we weren’t allowed to make any noise so when it came to making it we wanted it to be a racket. It’s one of our favourites to play live.”

Lauded by BBC Radio as “One of the most exciting bands on the planet right now”, RnB/Pop duo Bossy Love comprises John Baillie Jr (prev. Danananaykroyd) and Amandah Wilkinson (prev. Operator Please). With a collection of RnB, impromptu raps, found-sound, caramel sweet vocal hooks and hardcore hip hop beats, Bossy Love’s music has been best described as “a journey through electronic music from 1981 right up to now”.
A seriously impressive, three-piece live act, Bossy Love smashed four shows at this year’s Glastonbury, including the televised BBC Introducing stage, supported Kelis on tour in August and are headed off on their debut headline tour this month.