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Post Malone x Justin Bieber – Deja Vu (Whethan Remix)

In Chill, Electronic, Future, Pop, R&B, Remix by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

New Whethan is good Whethan, and this remix was completely unexpected. The innovative producer puts a bubbly, futuristic spin on Post Malone and Justin Bieber‘s “Deja Vu” by adding a slew of unique sounds and a powerful, synth-laden drop. When I first saw the title I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this as much as I currently am, but damn if …

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Jerry Folk – Charlotte

In Chill, Deep, Dreamy, Electronic, Future, Zone Out by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

Insanely talented producer Jerry Folk samples “Find You” by Charlotte Day Wilson in his latest release. Aptly titled “Charlotte”, this one had me entranced in a matter of seconds and fully hypnotized by the time the drums and vocals kicked in. Apparently this was released to hold us over until an official single is released next week, so be sure …

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Halpe – Spells

In Beats, Electronic, Experimental, Future, Instrumental, Upbeat by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

Experimental yet catchy, Argentinian producer Halpe delivers another forward thinking beat in “Spells”. If you’re not familiar with Halpe, his style leans towards the future bass genre, though most everything he creates has a unique and unexpected spin. “Spells” is no different—pairing pitched vocals and upbeat melodies with sharp, bass heavy synths to create a really interesting contrast. Stream it …

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Tim Gunter – Running Away

In Dance, Electronic, Future, Instrumental, Upbeat by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

LA based electronic producer Tim Gunter is back with a new single and it was well worth the wait. “Running Away” is an upbeat tune that fuses trap-inspired percussion, future synths, and catchy chopped vocals. It’s a quality example of future-bass production at it’s finest, and it’s been at the top of my personal playlist since its release. Stream it …

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DROELOE – Homebound

In Dance, Electronic, Future, Future Pop, Pop, Upbeat by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

Production duo DROLOE recently released their incredible A Moment In Time EP and it’s truly one of the best things I’ve heard all year. The lead single, “Sunburn”, was met with great success for good reason, but after dozens of listens, “Homebound” has to be my favorite track on the 5-song project. It’s a bouncy electronic cut that features sparkling …

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quickly, quickly – Fog

In Beats, Chill, Electronic, Future, Instrumental, Upbeat by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

The latest tune from Portland-based beatsmith quickly, quickly is a masterful production filled with sizzling west coast synths, soulful vocal chops, and an array of funk-inspired melodies. This young producer is releasing quality material at an impressive clip, making quickly, quickly a name you’d be well served to remember. Check out more of his music on Soundcloud and stream “Fog” …

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Goldwater – Booling

In Beats, Chill, Electronic, Future, Instrumental by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

Canadian producer Goldwater‘s newly released “booling” is a warm and funky instrumental with a serious baseline. The song combines an array of future-esque sounds like rubbery bass and off-kilter synths to convey a mood that’s unconventionally sultry, and undeniably fresh. Check out the rest of Goldwater’s work on Soundcloud and stream “booling” below.

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quickly, quickly – Lost You

In Chill, Electronic, Experimental, Future, Instrumental by Haley Reed1 Comment

This track takes you on an emotional journey inside the broken heart of an immensely talented electronic artist. 16 year-old producer quickly, quickly‘s song “lost you” creates a minimalistic tone by stripping down drum and bass and concentrating on melodic harmonies that sound oh so sorrowful. The superb combination of real instruments atop a synthesizer and a drum kit creates …

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CHIEFS – We Used To

In Chill, Electronic, Future, Trap, Zone Out by J FreshwaterLeave a Comment

Song: We Used To Artist: CHIEFS Melbourne based producer CHIEFS excels when it comes to trap music — creating atypical beats that defy the norm and never sound stale. His latest is song, “We Used To,” is a chilled out affair with an amazing vocal sample flip and the type of crisp trap percussion you know and love. I’ve had …