Mainstream or Underground? Styline unleashes a Power House monster called ‘What You Want’ on Whore House Records
Mainstream or Underground?
Styline unleashes a Power House monster called ‘What You Want’ on Whore House Records
With so much talk these days about the world of dance and the direction that it’s taking, there’s nothing short of a miracle that producers these days have not gone insane by what road they want to take for their music. Producer and DJ Styline is defining his own sound by building his own Power House Genre that blends the world of both musical dimensions together to form one. He is a pioneer in a constantly changing world, that in my personal view is looking for something new. That innovation takes courage and talent. The good news for him is that I am not the only person that seems to think the same. His music is widely being picked up by the most prominent electronic labels, including Spinnin’ Records, Armada, Sosumi and Ministry Of Sound, and many of the biggest artists in the industry.
His latest release is no different – ‘What You Want’ has gained the support of Kryder and Blasterjaxx, and now us at Raver Magazine. The new track is blended to perfection with the right elements that collide to take you on ride that you will not want to get off of. ‘What You Want’ is out now on Whore House Records.
Gentlegiants – Sleepwalker (OUT NOW) Played by W&W, BLASTERJAXX
by Michael Beas
Gentlegiants are not so gentle with their new track Sleepwalker. This one is being played by W&W and Blasterjaxx and its no surprise. Sleepwalker starts off strong and ends even stronger. From start to finish this track brings the bass and doesn’t let go. Definitely this is going to be a future summer anthem that will leave you begging for more.
If you haven’t checked out Gentlegiants in the past now is the time to do so…
Full Support from us at Raver Mag.
The Download: Wasback & D3FAI – Flight 49 (Blasterjaxx Edit)
WRITTEN BY EUBIN JIN
“Flight 49” by Wasback is definitely a throwback for me. The track reminds me of house and electro music from years ago with shades of Swedish House Mafia, Benny Benassi and the like. This is the sound that I grew up with; the sound that started off my EDM career. The high tempo, yet subdued bass and laser sounds keep the crowd moving without being overwhelming. The second buildup makes use of huge synth sounds that is truly reminiscent of that era of EDM. While I have been praising the song for taking me back to my roots, I really want to commend Wasback for being able to produce this kind of music beautifully and bringing this old sound into the present. If there was one word I could use to sum up this song, it would be nostalgic; I hope to hear Wasback continue to create and expand this style of music going forward.