With Just a Brief Break, benny mayne is Back With a Dose of Dark Pop in “never no”

After taking a quick summer hiatus, our boy benny mayne is back! Keeping the weekend running strong we have “never no”, the most recent release since benny has returned from taking a quick summer off. For those not familiar with benny, he has been riding a tidal wave of success since his hit “bounce” shot to the top of r’n’b charts all around the globe. This has led to plenty of collaborations with Grammy-nominated/multi-platinum artists such as Williedonut and Sadmoney. benny has also now joined the Paradigm Agency, which has supported powerhouses such as Lil Uzi Vert, Skrillex, and Ed Sheeran.

benny is ready to seduce your ears once again, yet promises to quickly leave only to come back once again. “never no” serves its place as another example of benny’s dark pop and r’n’b style, where benny is able to give a stellar performance. Glad to know that the hiatus wasn’t a complete waste right? With each new track that benny releases, we are finally starting to see the theme of his early career. While the lure and seduction of life’s decadent temptations are strong and may not be food, it is completely fine to indulge once in a while.

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Without Slowing Down, Sam Void and Thomas Newson Release “Like That”

Now that we are fully out of festival season, it is time to slow down and revisit one of our favorite artists. This weekend we have “Like That”, the latest from Thomas Newson and Sam Void over on Protocol. While Sam Void was just in our cycle through his collaboration with Maximals, Sam’s “On My Mind” is one of our favorite tracks that we have covered. Sam decided to draft fellow Dutch producer Thomas Newson to help pen the latest track, as Void’s talent shines when paired with another blazing flame. Both artists have been slowly destroying the scene since their careers started, earning millions of streams between their remixes and original tracks.

For “Like That”, Newson and Void step into the ring this time to stretch out their creative muscles. While we have come to know Void for his jazz and pop-fusion, we hop on his train ride to the realm of UK-inspired garage. Not wanting to be stuck in the mold of traditional house, Void and Newson break free and create a garage synth-filled yet bouncy track that will easily find its way to the dance floor in no time flat. While Void may still be riding the wave of success from “Pressure”, we are glad to see that he isn’t stopping to smell the flowers.

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Ready to Show Your Emotions? SLANDER Team Up With RIOT for “You Don’t Know Me”

You all know what time it is. It has been over a month, so it is time for yet another SLANDER update.  We are kicking off our weekend with “You Don’t Even Know Me”, the latest from SLANDER and new up and comers RIOT over on Monstercat. SLANDER has been very busy since bursting onto the scene in 2014 (with their ever-popular Showtek remix), but throughout 2017 and 18 we are expected to see numerous original productions and a further grounding of their “heaven trap” style. With multiple original releases under their belt in the last few months, there is no way we can stop the SLANDER now, especially since they have extra ammunition in their corner.

After surprising much of their fanbase with the metal-dubstep fusion madness that was “Kneel Before Me”, SLANDER wanted to showcase a bit more of their signature sound and craft a future fan favorite. “You Don’t Even Know Me” almost feels surreal, as this is even the same duo that we have come to know and love until the thrashing in the final third. Serving as a refresh on what SLANDER is known for, the track will indeed be a dancefloor hit in the coming weeks. Shout out to RIOT, whose fantastic bass vocal performance adds a bit of emotion to the track, creating a layer of wondering over all of that bass.

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