The French producer’s first house track of the year is hard to kick.
Following a string of successful projects in 2018 including his No Redemption EP alongside Tchami, Illegal Mixtape Vol. 2, and the Illegal Tour, masked Frenchman Malaa has returned with his first official single of 2019.
“Addiction” is a five-minute house banger, and true to its name, it’ll have you craving more. The track builds slowly as a male voice chronicles the consequences of cocaine addiction. Alluding to the fact that the drug is often taken in secrecy, the narrator points out subtle ways to identify a junkie. From irritation to increased talking and changes in sleeping patterns, Malaa does not shy away from showcasing the side effects of the powdery white substance.
Underneath the portrayals of a coke fanatic is a deep bass line that envelops the storyteller before climaxing mid track in a house-friendly drop. The percussion, synth and spoken word are packaged perfectly in this tech house dance track.
Stream or download “Addiction” by Malaa across platforms here.
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By Real EDM — 1 week ago
The Guinness Book of World Records is famous for it’s “out-there” records. Some records are utterly unbelievable and others are impressively insane. On April 3rd, Genix and Ian Kerr set a world record for the highest altitude DJ set.
They performed in Kala Patthar, a mountain range in the Nepalese Himalayas. At an altitude of 5590M, which is just over 18,000 feet, the duo performed a B2B set in front tens of bundled up climbers. Trance was able to ring around the mountains in the most incredible way possible.
The 25-minute set was to a ticketed audience. It was easily the most beautiful backdrop for a DJ set we have seen. The massive mountains in the background gave us a little bit of that Tomorrowland Winter vibe. The location of the set actually allowed for an almost perfect view of Mount Everest. I don’t think any of us would have ever imagined the day where people would dance to EDM in front of that.
The previous record for highest altitude DJ set was also achieved in Nepal. It was done by Chhewang Sherpa. The great part about this record is that there is a limit to this record. Someone will probably venture up to the top of Mount Everest and perform the literally highest possible altitude DJ set. Who should take on this challenge?
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By Real EDM — 5 months ago
EDC Mexico just announced who will take the festival stage for next year’s edition.
Insomniac curates events that have cultivated a following from music lovers around the world. Their most notable, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), has expanded to many diverse homes – including Mexico. Today, the event producers in partnership with OCESA have announced their 2019 lineup, integrating the best for EDM and emerging artists from South America. Over 120 global names have been revealed for this year’s roster.
On Saturday, February 23rd and 24th, Mexico City will host a variety of heavy hitters such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, GG Magree, Gryffin, Kygo, RL Grime, Polo & Pan, Skrillex, and Solardo. The star-studded event will also welcome local up and comers Flor Capistran, Jessica Audiffred, Los Dutis, Mariana BO and Nortec Collective.
For its unique lineup and location, the event promises an experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else. Next year is set to have advanced production, new stages and other innovative elements that fans have never seen before. The two-day event will take place at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez and you can grab GA and VIP tickets here.
EDC Mexico is the country’s largest music festival to date. Insomniac has developed more than 2,000 music events for almost 5 million attendees around the world.
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By Real EDM — 5 months ago
VALNTN and Naliya, Alex lustig, Julian Wassermann and more featured on this week’s installment.
Welcome to Underground Vibes Of The Week, the place to discover new music. No matter if it’s trap, house or ambient, heavy and dark or bright and bouncy – if it’s a vibe it belongs here.
This week’s feature includes dancefloor bangers such as “No Sleep” by Wade and Kyle Kinch“Sunday Love” – VALNTN and Naliya’s “Do It To Me,” as well as laid-back masterpieces by alex lustig, shortfatty and Krs.
“Sunday Love” ft. Naliya – VALNTN
“Sunday Love” is all about good vibes. Funky guitars and playful synths dance around Naliya’s smooth vocals, making up for a magical, groovy tune.
“Japanese Hotel” – Blasko
Blasko’s inspiration for writing “Japanese Hotel “ came from an impactful dream he had, something that is reflected in the track’s mystical bounce and hypnotic vocals.
“This Feeling” ft. Kelsea Ballerini (Kharfi Remix) – The Chainsmokers
Italian producer Kharfi takes it easy with his latest remix for The Chainsmokers, infusing pop song “This Feeling” with a dose of extra catchiness.
“Deep End” ft. Makk Mikkael – alex lustig
alex lustig is back with yet another eclectic EP, and “Deep End” with vocals from Makk Mikkael stands out as one of the producer’s most interesting releases yet.
“Painfully” – Julian Wassermann
The German producer returns with a carefully crafted melodic techno vibe; a 7-minute journey driven by emotional vocals and evolving synths.
“Vibe” with Noden – Chuck Mercer
Synth-driven “Vibe” by Chuck Mercer is a perfect party starter, combining a sexy groove with infectious vocals.
“Do It To Me” – Kyle Kinch
Worldly flavor is sprinkled all over Kyle Kinch’s “Do It To Me,” a minimal dancefloor vibe out on Gorgon City‘s Realm Records.
“Rear End” – David Berrie
Taken out of his latest 3-track Revolution EP, David Berrie’s “Rear End” perfectly displays his unique taste for masterfully blending house and techno.
“No Sleep” – Wade
Wade goes crazy on “No Sleep” an after-hours banger dominated by distorted bass, ominous synths, and aggressive vocal samples.
“taste” Ft. Offset (gravez remix) – Tyga
gravez’s debut project is dropping soon, and the beatmaker decided to flip Tyga’s and Offset’s “Taste” on its head, turning the club-oriented single into a laid-back, smooth bop.
“I Never Sleep” – KAYLOO
Producer KAYLOO goes extra hard on 2006-released “I Never Sleep” by Rich Boy, backing up the acapella with ear-catching melodies and thumping kicks.
In The Sun – Krs.
Krs. samples “Belong In The Sun” by ¿Téo? and Lido, creating an organic, guitar-driven vibe.
real w/ chirashe – pandi
While “real” starts off with crazy arpeggios, synth stabs and 808 glides, it quickly turns into a late-night R&B gem.
shackles (whereisalex remix) – mary mary
whereisalex really plays it minimal with his latest remix, really letting the acapella really control.
islander. – shortfatty
Sharp percussion work, bright keys and distorted bass slides make up the short-but-sweet “islander.” by shortfatty.
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