Alison Wonderland – U Don’t Know (Sickish Flip)

Sickish is back with a new remix! Today he gave new life to the classic Alison Wonderland track “U Don’t Know”. This remix brings a dubstep vibe with trap elements into the song, giving it a completely new direction. Once again, Sickish has proven he’s one of the best in Nashville’s EDM scene! Can’t wait to hear what he does next!


Check it out the preview here! Download in the song description!


New Music: Starstrukkd – Sry Not Sry

Nashville’s Dubstep scene never fails to impress me. Yesterday, Starstrukkd released his new song “Sry Not Sry” and I’ve had it on repeat all day. Inspired by a friend’s experiences with rude coworkers, the track brings a mosh-ready vibe that would kill any live set. I’m definitely gonna keep an eye Starstrukkd, I’m really excited to see what he does next!

Check out “Sry Not Sry” here!

New Music: Infinium – To Say The Least

Infinium helps set the summer mood with his new single “To Say the Least”. Infinium tried something new with this track, adding his own vocals over the relaxing synth. This is definitely one of my favorite releases I’ve heard this summer, and I can’t wait to sit on the beach and chill to this one!

Check it out here!

New Music: Ghastly – LSD (Finderz Keeperz VIP)

Finderz Keeperz blesses us with another banger! The new track flipped Ghastly single “LSD” into a heavy dubstep explosion. I’ve been waiting for this one for a while and the final version does not disappoint! Be sure to catch them live on June 15th with Dirt Monkey, Jonny Grande and Warlokk!


Artist Spotlight: FRSHMNYR

This week we are taking a look at the the Dj/Producer Nick Dexter AKA FRSHMNYR. Born and raised in Marietta, Georgia, Dexter grew up with a strong musical background, being a classically trained clarinet player. In Middle school,  he was introduced to prominent electronic acts like SkrillexKaskade and Deadmau5 and soon decided to begin creating his own music. His early work had strong house influences. As he got older, he decided to focus more on Hip-Hop production and spent most of high school producing beats for rappers. In his senior year, his friends began trying to convince him to return to EDM, however, it wasn’t until he moved to MTSU that he really decided to dive back into the genre.

Since moving back to EDM, his most recent music has drawn heavily from dubstep and trap influences. He stated that he draws a lot from artists he’s gotten to know over the years, including Ray Volpe, Tisoki, Nitti Gritti, Slick Thieves and Fox Stevenson. He also mentioned that he is still inspired by several Hip-Hop acts including Post Malone, Migos and Kid Cudi. Earlier this year, he released his remix of Nitti Gritti’s “Blame on Me” which was actually reposted on Gritti’s Soundcloud account. He is also creating a strong presence in Nashville as a DJ, making 2 appearances at the popular Grande Thursdays events.

Today he released his new track, “Count on Me”. This upbeat, dubstep track is the perfect way to start off the summer! This guy has a bright future ahead of him, and I’d highly recommend checking out his music!

Check out his new song, “Count on Me”


Twitter: @itsFRSHMNYR



Photo Credit: Arron Tsang

Artist Spotlight: Gibson Parker

Today we’re getting to know Gibson Parker, a DJ/ Producer currently living in Nashville. Originally from Los Angeles, Parker grew up in a musical family, however he never really got into music himself until he got older. In high school he took a class that specialized in teaching DAW programs like Logic and Protools, and his whole perception of music suddenly changed. He fell in love with music and how it’s assembled in these programs. In the following months, he began spending 6 hours a day in his father’s studio making music. During this time, he exclusively made hip hop beats, but this all changed when he made a trip to EDC Las Vegas in 2017. The festival opened a new world to him, both in terms of music and culture. And after seeing Zedd’s set, he decided he wanted to make his own dance music.

After beginning the transition to EDM production, he began teaching himself to DJ. In November of 2017, he played his first show at the afterparty for RL Grime’s Nashville concert. In April of 2018, he won a DJ competition for the opening slot for the Nashville Based EDM event Project Underground. Parker draws influences from a variety of artists, including Ghastly, Loud Luxury, Joyride, Odesza and Seven Lions as well as hip hop acts like Childish Gambino and Kanye West. In terms of his current work, he is currently working on an EP and plans to release it at some point over the summer. He described the project as “Mostly good summer vibes”. I’ve had the opportunity to listen to some of this project, the good vibes are definitely present here!

Check out his song “Hawt as F*** (Riddym)” here!

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New Music: Sayless – Rapture

Sayless just dropped their second single this year, titled “Rapture”. This is one of the hardest songs I have heard in a while, and goes to show how talented these guys are! I can’t wait to hear this one live!

Check it out here!

Artist Spotlight: Finderz Keeperz

This week we are taking a look a the Nashville based duo Finderz Keeperz. The duo consists of Austin Ellzey and Joseph Darnell. Ellzey, originally from Merced California, was introduced to FL Studio while spending weekends with his uncle, and soon began producing Hip Hop beats. Over time, his interest switched into electronic music, particularly Dubstep. Darnell grew up in Lewisburg, Tennessee, and was introduced to EDM with the song Sierra Leone by Mt Eden. After spending hours looking through other suggested videos on Youtube, he fell in love with the genre. After moving to Nashville, the duo crossed paths a couple of times, eventually becoming friends on Facebook. One day, Ellzey made a post on Facebook expressing an interest in creating a Street Fighter remix, and Darnell, also a fan of the game, reached out to him and eventually they began working on their first collaboration. There was immediately creative chemistry between the two, and soon they decided to continue creating music together, realizing they were the only people creating this type of music

Since then, the duo has seen success, playing with acts such as Barely Alive, MUST DIE!, Wuki, Protohype and even a collaboration with Riot Ten. Musically, the duo has been influenced by some of the best acts in the Dubstep realm, including Skrillex, Must Die!, Nitti Gritti, Virtual Riot, Wooli and many others. The duo has had music released on a couple different record labels, including 3 songs on Recall Records,1 on Captivation Records with one song being released soon on Safari Network. They are also core members of the Grande Thursday team. With all of this momentum, I highly suggest checking them out. Today, they released a remix to Basstrick’s track Ghost Busters. This track is a departure from their previous work, containing strong bass house influences, and I have to say, it’s a banger!

Check out their Ghost Buster remix here!





Photo Credit: Eddy Whitaker Photography

Artist Spotlight: SayLess

SayLess is an EDM duo from Mt. Juliet who currently specialize in bass house, trap and dubstep. The Duo consists of La’Vonte Clark and JJ Sims. Clark, originally from Warner Robins Georgia, was first introduced to EDM around 2010 through Skrillex’s early work as well as acts like Chrispy, Rusko, and Feed Me., began producing his own music in high school and started Djing shortly after. Sims, originally from Chicago and grew up in Mt. Juliet, was first introduced to EDM though videos of Tomorrowland in 2012 and was instantly hooked by the music. After catching his first show, Life in Color, he knew he wanted to be apart of that world. After meeting in Mt. Juliet, the two soon began working on music together. In April of 2017, the duo released their first EP, Kings, featuring Bass House, Trap and Dubstep tracks.

SayLess are inspired by several different artists in the EDM world, including Skrillex, Herobust, Jauz and Kayzo. When speaking of their plans for their career, they stated “we don’t want to be stuck in one genre, we don’t want to have any boundaries”. Their current work enters a variety of genres, including bass house, hybrid trap, as well as future bass. Since the release of Kings, they have released five singles, spanning a variety of genres. Their most recent single, Papercut, was released on March 30th. These guys are going to go places! I highly recommend checking these guys out!

Check out their new single “Papercut” Here!

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