Shaun Frank & KSHMR – Heaven Ft. Delaney Jane

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (Hayden James Remix)

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (Shaun Frank + Hayden James Remixes)

Ephwurd – “Duckface” video + Oliver Heldens Remix

Bass music’s blazing breakout act Ephwurd – comprised of Datsik and his longtime cohort Bais Haus – continues their onslaught of innovative releases this week by dropping a new music video for “Duckface” as well as a remix of Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank’s “Shades of Grey (feat. Delaney Jane).”

“Duckface” is the duo’s first solo original work, and its music video follows duck puppets straight from Muppets creator Jim Henson’s Studio on a hilarious nightclub escapade as Canadian rapper DKAY vocals instruct revelers to “Snapchat that fat ass, don’t Snapchat no duckface.” Since releasing on Friday, the video has already racked up nearly 300K views.

Today Ephwurd unveiled their future bass remix of Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank’s Beatport #1 hit “Shades of Grey (feat. Delaney Jane).” Out on Spinnin’ Records, Ephwurd’s rework is one of three on the Beatport exclusive remix package alongside The Golden Boy and Nora En Pure.

Ephwurd first blasted onto the scene in July as an anonymous new artist with their remix of Major Lazer’s “Lean On” alongside ETC!ETC! A week later they revealed their identity as Datsik and Bais Haus, and premiered their first original work in partnership with bass-bending star Jauz titled “Rock The Party.” Quickly becoming the song of the summer, “Rock The Party” received plaudits from Skrillex, Diplo, Axwell & Ingrosso, Alesso, Afrojack and Hardwell amongst others.

The tandem will play their debut live performance next month at Escape on October 31 in San Bernardino.

Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades of Grey (Win & Woo x Kiso Remix)

Shaun Frank & Vanrip – All About (Original Mix)

Shaun Frank’s soul-house single ‘Time’ is out now via Size Records

Following the release of his last single ‘Mind Made Up’ in February on Dim Mak Records, Canadian producer Shaun Frank is back with the grooving soul-house dance floor weapon ‘TIME’ via Steve Angello’s Size Records.

‘Time’ combines groovy synth melodies, piano chords and deep bass to create a track that is sure to make listeners want to dance. Not to mention a captivating vocal section that builds to a climax of heavy drums and pumping subs. The ability to maintain musicality whilst providing something powerful enough to affect dance floors is fast becoming synonymous with Shaun Frank.

As seasoned as he is a talented musician, the Toronto-based producer & songwriter, Shaun Frank, puts quality music above all else. The collaboration ‘This Could Be Love’ with Borgeous featuring Delaney Jane, released at the end of 2014 on Spinnin’ Records, held its position in the Beatport top 10 chart for over 2 months and along with his hugely supported remix of Kiesza’s cover of Hozier’s ‘Take Me To Church’, he has now arrived at his signature style that involves a high-energy mix of elements including deep house, old UK garage, accompanied by strong lyrical work and a vocal focus.

Borgeous & Shaun Frank – This Could Be Love Ft. Delaney Jane (Razz Remix)

Razz is back with a remix of Borgeous and Shaun Frank’s smash hit Ft. Delaney Jane “This could Be love”. The NYC DJ/Producer transform’s the track from a deep house track to a chill vibe, melodic, progressive song, offering a take that is fit for anywhere, but preserves the soul and warmth of the original. Enjoy!

Borgeous & Shaun Frank – This Could Be Love (The Rooftop Boys Remix)

Borgeous – They Don’t Know Us