Conducta is a UK based producer who’s been surfacing the scene for sometime. His most recent collaboration with Deadbeat (UK) titled “Hurt Me” fulfill the likes of Sinden and many other dance music producers worldwide. Hurt Me has a melodic, ambient feel in its intro and quickly progresses into pinched out bass lines and spread out eight-oh-eights. Topped off with sprinkled percussion and various alignments bar to bar. Listen for yourself.
This is our 5th installment of CERTFIED brought to you by ArntreLA & DJ R3LL. We have a few major club artists on the bill, 2 rooms, and plenty of amazing vibes to go around. Whipped Cream is a club style producer from Canada. She was most recently featured on Nest HQ and prior to that hosted her own mix show titled “The Cream Cast”. Swizzymack is an innovative club producer based out of Philly. Swizzy currently resides in Los Angeles and is well known for his releases on Diplo’s MAD DECENT. RSVP below for Free Entry.
Its that time again, time now for Arntre’s Picks of the Week. This week, we have a handful of tracks for your listening pleasure to get you through the worked week and amped for the weekend.
The first track featured is by k?d, pronounced “kid.” Watch out for this guy as he has a lot of planned music for release in 2017 but gives us a free surprise for Halloween.
The next track, ‘Life [Punks Music} by Crawford is funky and bassy. Despite only being on the front lines for less than a year, Crawfords productions and clinical DJ Sets have already seen him earn the respect of his peers, earning himself a busy live schedule and a place on the Punks Music roster for 2016.
Next up is the MOKSI remix to the Flux Pavilion track ‘Vibrate.’ This funky switch up is for those of you that like bass house music.
Couldn’t forget the Jersey Club on this week’s feature & we wanted to take you back to 2004. I was in high school and Ashanti was dominating the R&B/hip hop scene. Dj K-Deucez put a new twist on her track ‘Only You.’
Lastly, we have this uk bass banger ‘Tornado’ by London based Daze Prism.
That is all for this week, we hope you enjoy the 19th edition of the ‘Picks of the Week.’ Most importantly, THANK YOU for taking the time to read this and listen to our choices. See you next time!