Brand new track from Los Angeles based producer Nukid. If you like g-house, then make sure to check out this new one titled “Higher.” Heavy hitting groovy bass lines with heavy drums combine the best of both bass and house.
LA duo Gladiator have released their second EP, Transit, out today on Fool’s Gold. High-powered sets around the globe have earned lifelong LA friends Daniel Goodman and Ian Johnson an international #SQUAD of loyal fans, while dance superstars (Skrillex, A-Trak, Major Lazer) and urban upstarts (Kehlani, Kid Ink, Dej Loaf) keep calling for the duo’s magic touch on remixes and collaborations. It’s been a whirlwind trip so far, but Gladiator’s new Transit EP is a true milemarker: deeper songwriting, crazier sonics, and an even stronger distillation of that Gladiator spark. They channeled all the adventures of a non-stop life into five very cool, very chunky original tracks, with fellow journeymen Vindata, Four Color Zack and more coming along for the ride.
The duo’s international acclaim has already earned the EP multiple premieres at UK radio from Annie Nightingale’s Guest Mix and MistaJam on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. Grab a copy of Transit and share it HERE!
Hello everyone! We are back for yet another edition of Arntre presents: LAEDM Radio, Episode three. Los Angeles Electronic Dance Music Radio. For episode three, we bring you a very new and exciting, up and coming producer from London. Patrick Denny, A.K.A. “D-DOTS” is only 16 years old but is already making some noise. Patrick began producing in mid 2012 and has already put out 3 releases through respected labels Moombahton veteran label El Cuco Recordings, and Multiplier’s eclectic Relentik Records. He has gained recognition from major blogs such as Do Androids Dance, Mad Decent, Generation Bass and Moombah+. D-Dots has also gained support from well know artists such as Walshy Fire (Major Lazer), Nadastrom, Sav (formerly of Sazon Booya), Astronomar, 2 Deep and The R.O.A.R. Keep your ears open for this kid in the coming months and enjoy
You can listen to the mix tape on soundcloud below, or you can jam on over to the iTunes store under podcast and look up “LAedm Radio”