Roll Out the Red Carpet: Prince Paris & Beau Collins Release Uplifting “All of You”

We have to roll out the red carpet for this newly crowned prince. Closing out the weekend we have “All of You”, the latest from Prince Paris and Beau Collins over on Physical Presents. This duo is widely considered one of the best up-and-coming musical groups in the scene right now, especially after winning a remix contest for Tiesto’s “Work Hard Play Hard” in 2011. While they were originally signed with Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, Paris & Simo have been pumping out original releases over on Armada and Spinnin’ Records just to name a few. Having made it through a recent rebranding, now known as Prince Paris, the duo are prepared to take the world by storm.

Since the rebranding as pushed Paris to be the frontman for this duo where that leaves Simo in charge of production, we are able to see quite a bit different sound than what we are used to. “All of You” details the feelings of a brand new crush to the listener, dragging them along as the vocal melodies keep everything calm. The duo recruited Dutch producer Beau Collins to help fuse each of their styles and create a track full of glee and euphoria “All of You” not only uplifts the listener with its beats but also provide plenty of grooves so listeners can sway along.

Make sure you check out “All Of You” on Spotify!

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We Need More BPMs! Will Sparks x Maddix Release “Mangalan” on Heavyweight Records

Compared to our last release, we think it is time to bump up those sweet BPMs. Rocking throughout the weekend we have “Managalam”, the latest from Will Sparks and Maddix over on Heavyweight Records. Will Sparks has absolutely been tearing up the scene since his first hit “Ah Yeah So What” gained international praise from listeners and professionals in the community. Sparks has been riding the wave of success ever since, earning multiple accolades in his home country of Australia. Sparks live performances have become a renowned experience, guaranteeing to whip the audience into a frenzy. Sparks is far from a one-hit-wonder, as he has gone on to release tracks with Sony Music and Armada, just to name a few. While Maddix is still a bit of a newcomer with only a few tracks/remixes under his belt, adding “Managalam” to his discography will definitely up his resume.

Sparks and Maddix took an interesting approach to the creation of “Managalam”, combining elements from hardstyle, bounce, and tribal to create one hell of a track. With Sparks becoming the “King of Melbourne Bounce”, there was no doubt that the track would have plenty of those aspects. “Managalam” prioritizes its upbeat drum beats, but then shifts your focus to the intense bass line the flows and keeps the entire track together. Smushed in between it all is the tribal-influenced vocal hook, which gives the entire track a new tone that hooks us right from the beginning.

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It’s That Time Of Year, Snails Releases Annual “Snailed It!” Mix Vol. 6

Even though we thought that as the year ended, a certain producer would slow down in order to hit 2019 hard. We were wrong. Kicking off this time we are checking out “SNAILEDIT! Mix Vol. 6” by the ever-enthusiastic Snails over on Slugz Music. Snails is clearly a performer that has no limits, as he has been able to garner support from powerhouses such as Diplo and Skrillex for his continuously developing “vomit-step” style. While Snails has been busy trying to find a home for his style, even jumping over to Dim Mak and Monstercat, Snails was quietly launching Slugz with a bang. Why struggle while looking for a home and not create one yourself.

The latest in his annual mix series, Snails aims to blow everyone away with a massive track list that will easily trump his previous volumes. “SNAILEDIT!” Mix Vol. 6 contains a total of 35 tracks, with 17 completely unreleased from the vomitstep master and his crew. Each track is entirely bass-centric (we couldn’t expect anything else) and hits your hard and fast over the entire 35 minutes. Who else collaborated on the mix, besides Snails? Well, you’ll have to figure it out, as Snails is hiding the identity of all of the fellow collaborators. We can only guess that there is a solid mix of rising stars and powerhouses, as previous mixes have included stars such as Dillon Francis and Skrillex.

Make sure you go and check out the entire mix over on Soundcloud!

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