Alexander Lewis Releases Trap Anthem “March”

From his work with KRANE, Y2K, and Dabow to remixes for Mr. Carmack, DJ and producer Alexander Lewis has been on a fast rise within the electronic music scene. Through the implementation of real instruments into his music, the eclectic producer has curated his own niche sound powered by the use of his hard-hitting horns and startling synths.

His latest single, “March,” out now on Trap Nation’s LA-based record label Lowly Palace, is no different. It’s exactly what we could have hoped for. “March” is Lewis’ first single off his upcoming EP, which is bound to shake up the trap scene. It’s a warlike anthem like none other, and it includes all of the stylistic hallmarks that we have come to know and love Alexander Lewis for: mystical vocal chops, eerie piano notes, powerful drums and of course his blaring horns to top off the track. A trap masterpiece would be an understatement, “March” makes for a tune that could literally be used rally up an armed militia if need be.

Stream “March” below and make sure to snag a free download here!

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EXCLUSIVE: Your EDM – Week In Music [ARTY Takeover]

This week on your favorite Spotify playlist on the planet we’ve got none other than ARTY joining us for an exclusive takeover! Hot off his brand new single “Falling Down,” plus its accompany ‘Night Mix,’ ARTY delivers 18 of his favorite tracks at the moment.

ARTY opted to show plenty of love to some of the smaller artists in the game with only Grey, Tove Lo, and Flux Pavillion featured as real ‘household’ names in the music world. “I Miss You (feat. Bahari),” “True Disaster” and “Pull The Trigger” are the picks from each artist respectively.

With “Falling Down (Night Mix)” featuring some moves out of ARTY’s future bass arsenal, it’s unsurprising that he’s opted to show that sound plenty of love in some of his picks. Louis The Child’s last single “Love Is Alive”  with Elohim was featured, as is “What You Do To Me” by Not Your Dope. The label arm of Trap Nation, Lowly Palace has two singles featured, “Worst In Me” by Unlike Pluto and “Never Lost” by Snareskin and Holly respectively. Though not a future bass song per se, Rootkit has some experience in that space and his newest single, a g-house banger “Good 2 Go” finds itself among ARTY’s picks as well.

Stream ARTY’s full picks below and check out his brand new Reddit AMA here.

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Not Your Dope Releases “The Fall” With Mia Vaile

Following the immense success of “5 AM on Trap Nation’s LA-based record label Lowly Palace, Not Your Dope returns to the limelight with a brand new pop infused future bass tune.

Not Your Dope’s latest release “The Fall” features vocalist Mia Vaile and employs a unique trap intro intertwined with Mia’s breathtaking voice. The track seamlessly builds up off the back of crunchy electro rising synths only for a burst of anthemic future bass chords to takeover and enthrall all of whom chose to listen.

This is a track bound to tear up festival main stages across the world and acquiesce clubbers feet to the beat in the wee hours of the night. 2017 marks the beginning of Not Your Dope, a name dance music lovers are bound to hear a lot more often as he continually releases innovative and unique tunes.

Stream “The Fall” below and snag the track here!

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