Following monstrous back-to-back collaborations with Martin Garrix, Matisse & Sadko keep their content pipeline flowing with another new single, “Memories.” The Russian superduo have accrued a stellar big room resume from collaborating with Steve Angello, Arty, and Hard Rock Sofa to seeing their music released on SIZE and DOORN Records, but for “Memories,” Matisse & Sadko put away their earth-shattering kicks and howling synths to experiment with softer sounds. A refined, soulful piece of the contemporary piano house genre, “Memories” exhibits an effortless transition of Matisse & Sadko’s past training into a foreign musical landscape far from their traditional dwelling.
This post was originally published on this siteA decade since Silver Jews disbanded, Berman is apparently returning with new music and a new moniker
This post was originally published on this site Zomboy has resolved to end the year with valor, by way of a stream of releases before he takes off for his 2019 Rott N’ Roll Tour. To cap off a lustrous…
This post was originally published on this siteLos Angeles producer Dawg follows up his release of “Get Back,” with a mean bass bootleg remix of the Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up.” Defined as junkyard bass, Dawg rips up the dance classic,…
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