Upcoming Swedish brother duo Christopher and Niklas Lunde better known as Lunde Bros is releasing successor for their EP’s Saga and Knifeproblems. This EP contains two banging songs called Flatbeats and Some Kind Of Monster. As shown in earlier quality releases from Lunde bros, with their unique sounds which received support by big Dj’s as John Dahlback and Chuckie to name a few.
Fresh from rocking Amsterdam’s RAI Arena in front of 25,000 people for Dirty Dutch Blackout in December, label boss Chuckie continues his one man assault on EDM. Now back with a brand new club anthem, ‘Together’ the Dutchman delivers another huge statement of intent. ‘What Happens in Vegas’ and ‘Who Is Ready To Jump’ both soared into Beatport’s top ten last year as his unstoppable charge to the top continues to push forward, but the successes of last year look to be eclipsed once again with his latest standout cut.
‘Together’ is one for the biggest of big rooms. Built on a dirty, jump up bassline and pounding 4/4s, the track builds to fever pitch where classic piano chords and powerful vocals collide to create a moment of pure suspense. The drop explodes with all the power and energy of a sub-atomic, nuclear warhead, turning the dancefloor into unbridled frenzy.
Once again proving to be the master of the party atmosphere, Chuckie brings his typically crazy vibe to the track for all to see. A producer that is so on form that he’s started to melt the studio buttons, Chuckie will not stop until he’s got the whole world up on their feet and dancing Dirty Dutch style. ‘Lets Stick Together!’
Free download: Skrillex – Breakn’ a Sweat (Zedd Remix)
With his last original mix “Slam the Door” breaking into Beatport’s top 10 (not to mention its creepy video), Zedd is quickly making a name for himself with solid productions. Skrillex originally recorded “Breakn’ a Sweat” as part of the RE:Generation movie, which pairs up EDM artists with mainstream musicians like The Doors and Nas to recreate, remix, and re-imagine different musical genres. Zedd has put his own grungy spin on the track, crafting not one but two different versions for release. This version you can download below was released as a free tie-in to the flick, while another cut with a Jim Morrison sample will be released on Beatport.