Howwler and LSDREAM Take Us On a Metaphysical Adventure in “Pillars of Light”

Every time you come by Howwler, we have to prepare ourselves. This week we were given a special treat…just a taste of dark electronica. This time we are treated with “Pillars of Light”, Howwler’s latest release after his two track EP Chapter Two.  A mystery to most of the community, Howwler has been recently discovered by the well-known Paradigm Talent Agency who hope to take the industry by storm with his style. While Howwler may be hiding in the shadows, for now, his work is already hitting comparisons with the great Gesaffelstein during his “Pursuit”.

Upon first listen, the easiest way we can describe this track is nothing but ominous. “Pillars of Light”‘s opening chills us straight to the bone, yet feels welcoming. The unnamed narrator invites us to join the next level of human(?) existence and to prepare ourselves for a metaphysical journey. Howwler clearly showcases his Gesaffelstein influence, as the track borrows a few of its stylized drops and beats. However, we shouldn’t expect anything else from this enigmatic artist. When are we going to see “Pillars of Light” in our next AAA space adventure? We demand it.

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Protocol: FaderX Releases Solo Debut With “Critical”

Let’s acknowledge an artist that we have covered here before, but never front and center stage. Closing out our Saturday fiesta we have “Critical”, the latest from Italian trio FaderX over on Protocol. While Protocol has always been forward-thinking in terms of predicting trends and making waves, not every artist is pure gold. However, FaderX we can gladly say can hold their own. The trio appeared at Protocol with their hit “Cabrio”, which showcased the trios pure ball of energy that they were essentially hiding from the world. Since signing on that dotted line, FaderX has been a staple of the Protocol lineup.

“Critical” is an important track for us, as we stated above, it is the first track we are covering by FaderX solo. No more second or third billing, no thank you. The track doesn’t just hit hard like we have come to know from FaderX, but also has a groove that will be incredibly friendly to clubs during this year’s summer circuit. The track is going to be a top-tier contender throughout this year, popping up absolutely everywhere. “Critical” and its bouncy bassline is going to keep you entertained and grooving all the way to 2019.

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Fresh New NGHTMRE: Remix of Flosstradamus’s “MVP”

Let’s push the gears into high gear this morning with a passion! This week we have “MVP” (NGHTMRE Remix) from NGHTMRE over on Ultra Records. California native and based in Los Angeles, NGHTMRE has been rather forceful and busy in 2017, with this easily flowing into 2018 With at least four major releases so far, including “Another Dimension” with Dillon Francis and “Here Comes the Night” with DJ Snake, NGHTMRE continues to pummel was until we submit to his music. On top of everything, it is about time he kicked off a new tour, pushing hard into 2018. 2018 has already been a monumental year for NGHTMRE so far and we aren’t even halfway through!

While we have been treated to NGHTMRE’s originals for quite some time now, it is always nice to an artist add their signature style on someone else’s work. Originally crafted by Flosstradamus, “MVP” is just the newest hard-hitting, party-starting mix to add to the quickly growing NGHTMRE catalog. While the original is already a party anthem in its own right, NGHTMRE kicks it up quickly focusing on more mechanical and serrating synths to really add that NGHTMRE flair. We won’t be surprised to see this track making the festival circuit this season.

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