There’s something quite inspiring about being able to find happiness during times of immense struggle. In recent years, live yoga bass group Drishti Beats has developed a solid reputation for their beautiful downtempo music, exhilarating live performances, and uplifting yoga classes. Motivated by the many difficulties of 2020, Drishti Beats turned to music as a form of healing. The results of their efforts can be experienced on their latest single titled “Find Joy,” out now. Fusing glossy synths and catchy vocal samples, Drishti Beats creates a blissful, euphoric, and buoyant sonic experience that reminds us of the true meaning of joy. Through their radiant production, Drishti Beats makes us hopeful for a brighter future and better days ahead.
“‘Find Joy’ was inspired by the need for a shift in attitude during some confusing months when our creativity stopped due to COVID. We were craving to develop something that just made us feel good and allow us to step into an inner and outer smile that was simple, easy, and had a vibe that inspired us to more and create our yoga flows with happiness.” -Drishti Beats
About Drishti Beats:
Drishti Beats is a live band yoga class experience. The band produces live downtempo electronic chill music for their signature yoga classes and sheer listening pleasure. Found on all music platforms, including their own Pandora Station, Drishti Beats continues to build momentum in both the downtempo chill and world music genres. With the Lowell family at its core, Lori and Jeremy (husband and wife) are the co-founders and creators of Drishti Beats who provide the class experience and are accompanied by an esteemed group of musicians including their daughter vocalist Ariel, their son Alec (beatboxing/rapper/producer), saxophonist Ricardo Branco, and violinist Carol Carlson. Their collaboration has resulted in a beautiful singular sound and one of a kind yoga class experience that celebrates positivity and the joy of being alive. At times,
Drishti Beats provides one of a kind dynamic yoga classes but their live music set can also stand alone to deliver a radiant and electrifying set to eagerly enthralled audiences. Watching the musicians perform on stage while Lori and Jeremy mindfully and expertly guide participants through yoga flows, speaks loudly to the celebration of music to a movement experience. Drishti Beats has brought their dynamic stage performance replete with skillful musician collaboration to festivals around the globe such as EDC Las Vegas and Mysteryland. Drishti Beats is now offering virtual yoga teacher training on their website.
Hot off of his successful collaboration with Galantis, Hook N Sling is maintaining steady momentum with his brand new release. This time, the LA-based producer steps into the spotlight with his remix of The Chainsmokers’ “All We Know,” out now for free download.
Never one to be complacent with his style, Hook N Sling steps out of his relative comfort zone and ditches his signature electro-house style for one with more intensity and appeal. Positive vibes are evoked through a well-balanced combination of deep bass lines, bouncing synths, and a playful melody as he explores sounds outside of his usual style. This release highlights Hook N Sling’s undisputed versatility and introduces a new and improved aesthetic that will charm fans of all demographics.
Hook N’ Sling aka Anthony Maniscalco has aproven history of releasing chart-topping records. His music cuts through the saturated electronic dance music space while showing a constant evolution to his sound, staying two steps ahead of the game at every turn. With an ARIA Music Awards nomination, a DMC Buzz Chart #1, a Beatport #1, and a Hypem #1 under his belt, Hook N’ Sling continues to make a statement as to the versatile appeal of his music. He’s earned tens of millions of spins across Youtube and Spotify, earning support from respected peers like Kaskade, Axwell, Don Diablo, The Chainsmokers, and more.
Los Angeles rising talent CRNKN has made a name for himself with his masterful remixes and versatility across multiple genres. He just flipped The M Machine’s house music staple “Just Like” into a relaxed bass anthem, out tomorrow on OWSLA with the rest of the Just Like Remixes from The M Machine featuring other cuts from Manila Killa, Worthy, Evil Nine and Kazimier.
Following numerous Beatport Top 10 smashes and a slew of top festival and club appearances, DJ/producer Mord Fustang announces plans to release his debut album,9999 in 1, on his own label Magic Trooper in early 2015. Finally lifting the curtain on the enigmatic wizard famed for merging teched-out house, disco, electro, glitch, and hard bass grooves in a single track.
Now, following an exclusive premiere with EDM.com, Mord releases lead single “Drivel”,his first new track since he took the dance world by storm with breakthrough 2011 hits“The Electric Dream,” “Lick The Rainbow,” “Milky Way,” “Magic Trooper,” “Champloo” and “Taito” on the renowned Plasmapool label.
Paying homage to his video game roots, Drivel is an electro-house anthem laced with the primitive sounds contained on the bootleg Nintendo cartridges of his youth – the first electronic music he’d ever heard. A true “classic Mord track” as he calls it, Drivel sets the tone for the electronic concept album that is 9999 in 1, who’s title derives from the random numbers on the plastic yellow cartridges of his first bootleg video games. “The album is a 8-bit homage I have for those games,” Mord states of 9999 in 1.
From remixing for the likes of LMFAO, Morgan Page, and CeCe Penniston to being voted Beatport’s “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” in 2012, Mord fast became an in-demand global attraction, bringing his laptop-smashing DJ/live performance everywhere from London’s legendary Ministry of Sound to the U.S.’s Coachella, Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, and Ultra music festivals.
It was this success that laid the foundation for Mord Fustang’s artist album debut, a masterwork created over a two year stay in Los Angeles that builds on the innovative groundwork he’s already built, and trailblazes into some unexpected zones, too.
With more tracks to be revealed in the coming months, Mord is certainly a producer to keep your eyes and ears on this fall.
Dimond Saints from Oakland, California, finally drop “Sum Luv” as a free download, which has seen dance floors from Coachella to their sold out tour dates, pulse with excitement whenever its dropped. With “Sum Luv”, Dimond Saints effortlessly fuse their future bass sound with some deeper trap elements.