John the Dropout, Tony Chetta and Jordyn Benedict – It Really Be like That

Our good friend John the Dropout has teamed up with Tony Chetta and Jordyn Benedict to bring us an incredible new song titled “It Really Be Like That”. The track is a combination of various genres including pop and future bass and the seamless blend between the styles is truly a sight to behold. This is the 2nd time that the trio has collaborated and their chemistry really shows! I can’t wait to hear what they do next!

Check it out here!

Bobsy – Resentment

Bobsy returns with his new track “Resentment”, and I have to say, this one is an adventure. “Resentment” draws heavily from trap influences while still keeping the massive feel from his LIMBO remix. This song is absolutely massive, and I would highly recommend giving this one a listen!.

Starstrukkd – Lone Wolf

Starstrukkd departs from his dubstep and riddem inspired sound to bring us a serious heater titled “Lone Wolf”. For this song, he ventured into the world of hardstyle and completely made it his own, resulting in a track that sound truly unique and origonal. I absolutely love watching artists experiment with new sounds and styles and this song does not disappoint!

Check it out here!

SayLess – Why Not?

Sayless is back again with another insane track. Like their previous releases this year, “Why Not?” shows that they’re not afraid to venture out of their comfort zone and experiment with new styles of music. “Why Not?” is a speed house track that leaves one heck of an impression. With amazing production, lots of energy and a sample from a classic Geico commercial, there’s so much to love and enjoy about this one. Can’t want to rave to this one in the future!

Listen to “Why Not?” here!

Beat Market – Verona

“Verona”, an electro track by Montreal Based duo Beat Market, Is definitely a song that caught me off guard. Fresh off their new EP “All Good”, the duo use their musical talent to deliver a truly amazing and trippy experience. The song itself captures an old school electronic vibe that reminds me of early Eric Prydz or Deadmou5, and it is always great to hear a fresh new take on nostalgic feelings.

Listen to “Verona” here!

Bigmood – “Hold on Me”

This track is a little different from what I normally cover here, but honestly it’s a welcome change. “Hold on Me” is a track from Nashville based duo Bigmood. The song itself combines pop and EDM elements and the result is pretty impressive. Featuring great songwriting and a wavy instrumental, this is definitely a song worth checking out!

Give “Hold on Me” a Listen Here!–8cwcNUQaizWd6syafvqw

Sego Genesis – In Your Eyes

Sego Genesis just dropped an incredible new track titled “In Your Eyes”. I am almost speechless on this one, when I listen to it i just want to sit and stare at the sky for hours on end. The song itself begins with some beautiful vocal work and then builds into a drop that just makes you feels like you are floating.  Somedays you just need a song that makes you feel good, and this track definitely delivers. I will definitely be keeping a close eye on what Sego Genesis does next.

Vibe to “In Your Eyes” here!

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Finderz Keeperz & Sunday Service – Baddest Chune

Finderz Keeperz and Sunday Service have teamed up to bring us a massive collaboration titled “Baddest Chune”. This track has been teased by the two groups for a while now and I’m super excited to finally get to listen to it. The song itself is absolutely massive. From the piano loop to the absolutely insane drops, this track is fire from start to finish. I can confidently say that this helps cement Nashville’s status as the place to be for fresh new Bass Music. I can’t wait to see what happens next!

Be sure to catch Finderz Keeperz and Sunday Service at Grande Thursdays 009 on 9/13!

Check out “Baddest Chune” here!

26carat – Hero

26carat helps kick off the school year with his new track “Hero” and frankly I can’t stop listening to this. Featuring a catchy melody as well as trap and future bass elements, I can’t help but smile when I listen to this one. It’s always great to hear new releases for 26carat, and i can’t wait to hear what he does next!n Be sure to catch 26carat live at Breakaway Music Festival on October 5th and 6th!

Check out “Hero” here!

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