Jason Ross Delivers Melodic Future Bass Remix of His “Atlas” Collaboration With Wrechiski

Hipsta Clique Welcomes You To “Death Manor”

Jayceeoh & CLVZA Release “I’M OK”

Eliminate Issues His “Final Warning” With Latest Original

“Hell Motel” Is Now Open Thanks To Black Tiger Sex Machine

Enter “Hell Motel” if you dare. Black Tiger Sex Machine construct a savage labyrinth of gritty basses and dark atmospheres in this alarming anthem. The trio’s thrilling apocalyptic identity has never been more refinely expressed than with “Hell Motel.” It’s more than a song, it’s the tale of a place where the creatures of the night converge to rage away.

Black Tiger Sex Machine are currently on tour with label mates Dabin & Kai Wachi. Fans who are looking to rage with the KanniFam still have their chance for the remaining of the Music Is Our Religion Tour.

Big Wild Shares Refreshing New 5-Track ‘Invincible’ EP

Autograf Drops Brand New Single “Nobody Knows”

Mansionair Delivers Chilled Out Remix Of ARIZONA’s “Oceans Away”

18 year old Oshi remixes Snakeships & MØ’s new single ‘Don’t Leave’

London-based producer Oshi has remixed Snakehips and MØ’s recently released single ‘Don’t Leave’.

The talented young artist has built a reputation for his unorthodox compositions, fusing genres and eluding music theory guidelines, counting Lorde, Mija and Tokimonster among his many fans.

The creative remix utilises soft key melodies in the verses to build up to a rolling bass-led drop around the choruses.

Oshi’s remix adds a new side to the original single from Snakehips and MØ: ‘Don’t Leave’ is an emotive yet forward-thinking ballad. The relatable single has already had an incredible reception since its release just one month ago, having amassed over 40 million streams total in that time.

This new single is set to build on an incredible past year for Snakehips, whose most recent single ‘Cruel’ featured the vocal talents of bonafide superstar Zayn. They achieved their first top 5 and won an Ivor Novello for their Platinum selling single ‘All My Friends’, a collaboration with Chance The Rapper and Tinashe. Their popularity extended to their tour schedule; last year Snakehips played at the likes of Coachella, Lollapalooza, Glastonbury and Bestival, sold out headline shows at London’s KOKO and LA’s The Wiltern, as well as touring across America, Australia, Europe and Asia.

MØ is one of the fastest rising pop stars on the planet and ‘Don’t Leave’ comes hot on the heels of her acclaimed hit singles ‘Final Song’ and ‘Drum’. The co-writer and voice of the worldwide smash Major Lazer tracks ‘Cold Water’ and ‘Lean On’ is currently putting the finishing touches to her eagerly anticipated second album, due for release in 2017. MØ has played sold out tours and won over festival crowds worldwide. Last Autumn she completed her biggest UK headline tour to date, including a sold out show at London’s iconic Roundhouse.

Elephante Unleashes ‘The Zoo Vol. 3’

A year on from the release of Volume 2, Elephante has finally unleashed the third chapter of his mammoth mix series ‘The Zoo’ – available to stream now.

Blending everything from future house, funk and hip hop together with his signature progressive house sound, in the space of just one hour and over fifty tracks, Tim Wu demonstrates the versatility and unique flair behind the decks that has earned him legions of fans around the world.

Still riding high on the unprecedented success of his debut EP ‘I Am The Elephante’ and ensuing remix package last year, the hotly-tipped producer has just announced even more dates from his eponymous tour. Getting the year off to an incredible start, Elephante has been confirmed to play a host of world-class venues across North America, proving his star is well and truly on the rise. Wrap your ears around ‘The Zoo Vol 3’ for a taste of Wu’s high-energy sets or catch the star in action at one of the dates below.


FEB 9: Druid City Music Hall – Tuscaloosa, AL
FEB 10: The Lyric – Oxford, MS
FEB 11: The Concourse – Knoxville, TN
FEB 16: Social – Sacramento, CA
FEB 17: Create – Los Angeles, CA
FEB 18: Time – Costa Mesa, CA
FEB 23: Soundcheck – Washington, DC
FEB 25: Omnia – San Diego, CA

MAR 2: Stereo Live – Houston, TX
MAR 3: Mosaic – Kansas City, MO
MAR 4: Lizard Lounge – Dallas, TX
MAR 9: Peabody’s – Virginia Beach, VA
MAR 10: Prysm – Chicago, IL
MAR 11: Hakkasan – Las Vegas, NV
MAR 16: Private – Oxford, OH
MAR 17: The Venue – Peterborough, ON
MAR 25: Private – Athens, GA
MAR 31: Pa’l Norte Festival – Monterrey, MX

APR 1: Private – Tuscaloosa, AL
APR 7: Marquee – New York, NY
APR 8: New City Gas – Montreal, QC
APR 11: Shrine – Foxwoods, CT
APR 18: UW-Stout – Stout, WI
APR 21: Kabana – Richmond, VA
APR 29: REV Fest – College Station, TX