OUT NOW: Keys N Krates, DVBBS, Dzeko & Torres,Willy J and Buku, deadmau5, Axwell Λ Ingrosso& Kid Coconut!

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DEC. 3, 2014


After much anticipation, Every Nite, the new EP from celebrated Canadian trio Keys N Krates, finally dropped in late September to considerable acclaim. Now, Keys N Krates are presenting Every Nite (The Remixes), which brims with an impressive selection of forwarding thinking talent including Machinedrum, Darq E Freaker, Chris Lorenzo, Taiki Nulight and R3ll. With early radio support from Monki, Sinden, and B.Traits, the remixes feature styles ranging from juke to UK bass to Jersey club, Every Nite aptly demonstrates Keys N Krates’ evolution as a band, as well as their loyalty to the unique fusion of hip-hop and electronic music that they’re known for. 

Every Nite (The Remixes)comes hot off the heels of the hugely successful Every Nite Tour with Gladiator and Thugli, which took the band across the expanse of North America for nearly 40 dates.

Pictures of Keys N Krates at Webster Hall this past weekend:




All photo credits go to the photographers at Webster Hall for Keys N Krates.

The successful tour is followed by yet another string of dates, bringing the explosive live Keys N Krates experience to major venues across the continent. 

Upcoming Keys N Krates Tour Dates:

12/9 – Union Bar – Iowa City, IA

12/10 – Majestic Live – Madison, WI

12/11 – The Interscection – Grand Rapids, MI

12/12 – Garden Theater – Detroit, MI

12/13 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL

12/20 – 2720 Cherokee – St. Louis, MO

12/22 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, CA

1/7 – Encore – Tallahassee, FL

1/8 – Venue 578 – Orlando, FL

1/9 – Simon’s Nightclub – Gainesville, FL

1/10 – District 3 – Tampa, FL


This new track from DVBBS called Pyramids is peaking Beatport charts, currently on spot #4 on Beatport’s overall Top 10.

Listen to the insane Egyptian themed drop here:

 Own Pyramids yourself by purchasing on Beatport here!

Apparently there’s a huge inspiration coming from Egypt, because Dzeko & Torres also recently released a track named after the most popular young King of Egypt, King Tut. This is Tutankhamun ft. BORGEOUS:

Own the Egyptian tribute now, exclusively available on Beatport here!

Catch BORGEOUS at Pacha NYC THIS FRIDAY, December 5 and maybe just maybe he’ll play his new track with Dzeko & Torres for ya.



Following the success of their debut collaboration, Sting— Willy Joy and Buku are back at it again with the release of their second track dubbed Punani. The single seduces listeners with a high-tempo bassline assault, teasing your ears through it’s genre-defying influences to create a strong cocktail of infectious beats. Grab a FREE DOWNLOAD of Punani on SoundCloud here!

Over the next three months, Willy Joy and Buku will be banging out these two rip-roaring trap anthems on their co-headlining nationwide Leaner and Meaner Tour. In a recent interview, Willy explains how the two make such a great combination on tour: “Our sounds are similar enough that it makes sense on a bill together, but different enough that it draws unique crowds, and makes it a really interesting show. It’s just fun, we always have a good time performing together.”


12/4 @ Arcata Theatre — Arcata, CA 

12/5 @ 1015 Folsom — San Francisco, CA 

12/6 @ The Atrium — Santa Cruz, CA 

12/11 @ Levels Night Club — State College, PA 

1/30 @ The Concourse — Knoxville, TN 

1/31 @ The Iris — Atlanta, GA


Since releasing Random Album Title in 2008, electronic music producer deadmau5’s rise to the upper echelons has been nothing but short of meteoric. Out now, 5 years of deadmau5 is a retrospective encompassing highlights from his most beloved back catalog alongside exclusive & new remixes from friends just in time for the holidays.

5 years of mau5 Track List:

1. Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff

2. Raise Your Weapon

3. I Remember

4. Some Chords

5. Strobe

6. The Veldt ft. Chris James

7. Brazil (2nd Edit)

8. Aural Synapse

9. Not Exactly

10. Sofi Needs a Ladder

11. Some Chords (Dillon Francis Remix)

12. Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (Chuckie Remix)

13. The Veldt (deadmau5 vs. Eric Prydz Remix)

14. Maths (Botnek Remix)

15. Raise Your Weapon (Madeon Remix)

16. Strobe (Michael Woods 2014 Remix)

17. I Remember (Shiba San Remix)

18. Raise Your Weapon (Wax Motif Remix)

19. Sofi Needs A Ladder (Pig & Dan Remix)

20. Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (Nero Remix)

Purchase the emotional compilation of an awesome 5 years of mau5 on iTunes here!


Axwell Λ Ingrosso gave us Something New, with a cute beat and uplifting lyrics, just a little peak into more to come from two thirds of the legends of Swedish House Mafia.

The song has such beautiful lyrics, there’s actually an app for iPhones and Androids now where you can edit the emotional words over your pictures, becoming a hit for fans:


If you like what’s coming from the Swedish duo, support because there’s only more to come. Something New is available on iTunes here.


Michael Brun’s newly established label Kid Coconut released a brand new mix called Arkham, by an emerging trio of producers: Lee Carter, Daniel Etienne, and Oliver Chang. The new single is part of Brun’s ongoing effort to turn Kid Coconut into a home for emerging artists around the world. 

“I grew up in Haiti, immersed in music and listening to a range of genres and styles through my Haitian father and Guyanese mother. It was that electric range of sounds that shaped my own passion for music and influenced me as I began my career as an electronic music producer.

It’s been my longtime goal to share my culture through my music, and to showcase my diversity as an artist, from the more melodic and progressive, to the deeper, groove oriented sounds. This is why I am so excited to be launching my label, Kid Coconut.

As well as being my home, Kid Coconut will also provide a platform for artists I respect and admire to release their music in a personal unfiltered way, and share their own musical journeys.

-Michael Brun

Ultimately, Arkham represents everything that Kid Coconut stands for: melody-driven progressive house composed by an international group of talent. Arkham unites Haiti, Mexico, England and America under the Kid Coconut label. But perhaps most impressive is the age of its producers with Carter 18 years old, Chang 17, and young Etienne just 16. 

Listen to the fresh track here:

Brun liked the initial idea of Arkham so much that he decided to create his own version of the track, ramping up the intensity to festival-scale. See a video of him working on the track here:

The work obviously paid off with Steve Angello already supporting the track on his BBC Radio One show.

Arkham is available to purchase here! 

Expect many many new things to come from the ground breaker new label Kid Coconut.