Julie Elody, a singer-songwriter from New Orleans, has released a seven song EP titled “Queen of Wands”. The EP stands out from the crowd with its diverse spread of genres. Dancehall influenced “She’s Killin It” and latin styled “Relatable” are the perfect blend of party-anthem and radio sing-a-long, while “The Lighthouse” takes on a darker tone, both in its subject matter and in its dubstep inspired production.
With his latest release, “Back This Groove Up”, Sonny Fodera solidifies his role as a staple of the tech house genre. Acting as a follow up to his groovy house track “Into You”, released earlier this year, “Back This Groove Up” packs a dance floor energy that takes listeners off guard.
Pop mega-star Halsey has released her first solo single since her chart-topping hit “Without Me”. The track, titled “Nightmare”, as well as its accompanying video, signals a shift in the artist’s style. The music video, uploaded to her official YouTube channel just last Thursday, has taken the internet by storm, gaining over fifteen million streams.
Legendary Canadian producer Shaun Frank brings us the music video for his latest release “Where Do You Go”. The video, posted Friday on the Spinnin’ Records YouTube page, has already amassed over 140k streams and 170 comments.
Don Diablo’s imprint label HEXAGON, known for releasing energetic future house bangers, has broken from its usual pattern with the release of Sumera’s “Skin”, an intensely emotional track with airy pads and industrial drum sounds. Despite its unusual style, HEXAGON fans have embraced the track, hailing it as one of the label’s best releases to date.