SLANDER x Wavedash Decide to “Move Back”

Just over a month after their previous release, SLANDER is back and ready to slay this Saturday morning with “Move Back”, their latest collaboration with Wavedash. 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. If these two keep this up, they may be one of our favorite artists of 2018. Will it be their year?

Incredibly aggressive right out of the gate, “Move Back” showcases what exactly newcomers Wavedash have to offer when guided by the SLANDER hand. SLANDER’s live show heavy dance floor style is easily complimented by Wavedash’s heavy bass sound that has become prevalent throughout their previous tracks. Wavedash’s style is quite similar to SLANDER’s early work, which is no wonder why this collaboration is complimentary. With festival season kicking off soon, there is no doubt that we will be hearing “Move Back” soon at our next major festival.

Make sure you check out “Move Back” below!

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SLANDER Asks the Important Question…Are You “Happy Now”?

<Insert pun about SLANDER(ing) here>. Setting ablaze to our Saturday night we have “Happy Now”, the latest monster from SLANDER 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. If these two keep this up, they may be one of our favorite artists of 2018. Will it be their year?

While SLANDER has become rather synonymous with their hard “heaven trap” style of bass music, the duo decided to take “Happy Now” in a different direction and show us their sensitive side. The track serves as a delightful yet nostalgic ode to the high times in that one broken relationship each one of us has had. SLANDER compliments this ode with utterly cinematic basslines that are going to slay listeners all around the world.  Need a bit of icing on the cake? “Happy Now” is rounded out with a light and airy melody that wraps everything up with a nice little bow.

You can still check out SLANDER in the flesh at these venues:

MAR 03 – New City Gas – Montreal, Canada
MAR 09-10 – Get Lucky – Magna, UT
MAR 09 – Encore Beach Club – Las Vegas, NV
MAR 12 – The Nowhere Beach Club – Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
MAR 17 – Lucky – Tacoma, WA
MAR 19 – Papas N Beer – Heroica Nogales, Mexico
MAR 22 – Gud Vibrations Boat Party – Miami, FL
MAR 23-25 – Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL
MAR 25 – In Bloom Music Festival – Houston, TX

Make sure you check out “Happy Now” here:

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SLANDER is Back with Say My Name and Latest Heaven Trap Banger “I Can’t Escape”

We always like it when one of our presumable one-shot artists come back for another round. Hitting right in the middle of this Superbowl party weekend we have the latest from SLANDER, who teamed up with fellow artist Say My Name to bring us “I Can’t Escape” a complete banger of a track. 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.

“I Can’t Escape” is a complete adrenaline rush all the way through. The track is complemented by the ethereal vocal work of Feli Ferraro, who essentially serves as an anchor to give listeners a break from the blood-pumping production. The track tells a simple story, but one that needs to be told. A tortured mind is slowly being and caressed by the loveable piano medley that keeps us calm among the turbulence. Whether it is Feli Ferraro’s vocals, the stabbing bassline, or some of these delicious serrating synths, you will find something you enjoy so you can’t escape.

You can check out SLANDER in the flesh at these venues:

Feb 09 – OMNIA San Diego – San Diego, CA
Feb 25 – EDM Mexico – Benito Juárez, MX
Mar 09 – Get Lucky – Magna, UT
Mar 09 – Encore Beach Club – Las Vegas, NV
Mar 10 – Get Lucky – Magna, UT
Mar 12 – Sur Beach House – Cabo San Lucas, MX
Mar 19 – Papas N Beer – Heroica Nogales, MX
Mar 23 – Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL
Mar 24 – Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL
Mar 25 – Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL
Mar 25 – In Bloom Music Festival – Houston, TX

Make sure you give “I Can’t Escape” a full listen below!

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