[Bass House/Dance:] ATRIP – Beat Like


[House/Bass:] Beat Like – ATRIP

Popular producer ATRIP has done it again with “Beat Like”, a house tune filled with bass, and eccentric yet coordinated aural madness. Familiar rhythm structures for the artist enjoy some bass house treatment while still retaining the zany sounds and samples that characterize ATRIP’s music. His songs are very Joyride-esque, you’d swear they were brothers. House vocal samples along with some trappy snares and distorted synths phase shift to a trap section in the latter half of the track.

Shufflers will love this one with it’s very snappy beat and easy to pick up rhythm.


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[House:] Honey & Badger & kramder – French Fries


[House:] French Fries – Honey & Badger & kramder

Confession label’s Honey & Badger delight us with the infectiously jazzy house number, “French Fries”. Hosted by the Confession label, this cut is off the Belgian artists Grand Palace II extended play. Classic house vibes, bouncy piano chords and nostalgia inducing samples meld, with support from label mate kramder for a genuine take on the genre and its origins.


Follow Honey & Badger and kramder on social media:

Honey & Badger:

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Spotify

kramder:

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Soundcloud

Skrillex + Hikaru Utada “Face My Fears” Official Video


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Skrillex and Hikaru Utada have shared the official video for their latest song “Face My Fears”, out now on Utada’s Face My Fears EP and featured as the opening theme of the recently released game, Kingdom Hearts 3.

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The song debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 this week, making it Utada’s first entry onto the US chart and Skrillex’s eighth; the track also entered at #1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart as well.

The video is set to the Japanese version of “Face My Fears” and showcases some gameplay footage and cinematics from Kingdom Hearts 3.

Skrillex told The Verge this week that composing the theme was “a dream of mine,” since he was younger, and that he wanted to do the series justice as a fan of the games and Utada’s music.

He also told Billboard, “People have a really strong connection to the…

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