Check out two absolutely jammin’ Future House/Bass cuts fresh off the musical cutting block…!
[Future Bass / Funk House]
Autolater & Father Dude – About Face
Don’t about face
we’re 25,000 miles away
that’s my distance from you…
[Future Ambient Chill]
Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep is Your Love? (Liva K Remix)
How deep is your love?
Is it like the ocean?
Pull me closer…
How deep is your love?
Is it like Nirvana?
Hit me harder…
how deep is your love
New Future House, Bass & Ambient Music:
We’ve got two atmospherically deep future tunes for you in this post, delving deeper into one of EDM’s fastest-growing, widely appreciated genre subsets: Future House. Our first comes to us from Autolaser & Father Dude in their Future Bass tune “About Face” admirably combining elements of funk and house music. The progression of synths blend smoothly creating a wavy line of synth chords in the instrumental breaks, very reminiscent of one of Future House’s pioneers, Minnesota.
The second a deep ambient-house track complete with calming melodic rhythms and synths, female vocals, chants through a vocoder (“so tell me how deep is your love can it go deeper”), and entrancing saxophone riffs. “How Deep is Your Love (Liva K Remix)” originally by Calvin Harris & Disciples gets some majestic remix treatment from Liva K. This remix channels sounds of the ocean and a very Latin House vibe with the perfect amount of ambience.
Liva K is a popular name among the house circuit with several hit tracks and remixes including a remix of fellow house vocalist, Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good”.
So today I finally attended a Schweinbeck Music Industry Mixer event. I had been meaning to go for awhile as the woman who runs it also went to the same university as I, and had been inviting me to these events on Facebook for forever.
Come to find out, the most recent one (not sure about all) was hosted at the Sledge Lounge off Buford Hwy near Chamblee and Doraville and in planning what to do for the night Google Maps conveniently “told” me “Yo ninja Darris. This mixer event is like 8 min. from you and you aren’t doing anything. Dat move is?)” and I agreed with G.M.
Sledge Lounge was actually quite a welcome relief to some of the bigger venues I’d been going too and was very chill and intimate, despite the heavy playlist of street and gangsta rap from Local ATL Artists. Prospects attempting to make their way into the music scene of Atlanta were on stage and members of the industry itself, journalists, and PR agents were all there networking as well. I arrived somewhat late (around 11 p.m., two hours after it started) and proceeded to the bar before snapping pictures and videos which will be uploaded soon,
Diana Schweinbeck, business and artist management agent, hosts the Industry Mixer events and has been holding them in Atlanta for the past two years. Many up-and-coming and even established artists, producers, radio personalities and DJs attend her “mixer” events. As someone breaking into the industry myself #BIGTHUMBSUP
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