Antoine Becks is featured on the new single “Insane” by up and coming Columbian producer Moska. The bass stomping track is being put out by Mad Decent and has been seeing support from the likes of Diplo, laidback Luke, and others. The track also features epic vocals from Antoine Becks. This one is sure to be a club banger in no time. Listen to the single below.
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Mad Decent’s annual block parties now have lineups in place. While each block party will have a different lineup, all bands and performers have been announced. Among the performers are Diplo’s alter-ego Major Lazer, Riff Raff, SpaceghostPurrp, Lunice, Jacques Green, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, and many more. Find the full lineup and dates below. More info and to RSVP can be found here.
Mad Decent Block Party:
07-28 Toronto, Ontario
08-04 Philadelphia, PA
08-05 New York, NY
08-18 Chicago, IL
08-25 Los Angeles, CA
Bonde Do Rolê
Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXuire
Three Loco (Andy Milonakis, Dirt Nasty, Riff Raff)
Dawn Golden and Rosy Cross
A Tribe Called Red
Keys N Krates
This years free Mad Decent Block Parties are now dated. While no artist lineups have been announced yet, a trailer and all the party dates are set. The block party will kick off in Toronto on July 28th with 4 other dates following. These include Philly on August 4th, New York on August 5th, Chicago on August 18th, and Los Angeles on August 25th. Anyone interested in going could RSVP now, for free at the official event page.
Moombahton mastermind Dillion Francis teams up with A-Trak on the new release, Money Makin’ . The dynamic duo incorporate 80?s inspired samples into their breezy new single making the track both danceable and fun. Money Makin’ will drop May 22nd on A-Trak’s label, Fool’s Gold. Be sure to check out the hilarious preview and follow Francis on Tumblr and Instagram for more laughs!
The Creators Project features an awesome review exploring the emergence of Moombahton through the eyes of one of the genre’s biggest names, Dillon Francis.
“Jumping on a musical style while it’s just emerging gives one the opportunity to shape it. In 2009, when the BPM rate of the world’s dance music was either speeding up or going cut-time with dubstep variations, DJ Dave Nada, Munchi, and their contemporaries found a new tempo to rock at. The speed was 110 BPMs and the style was called Moombahton, referencing the influence of reggaeton and a remix of the track “Moombah,” Nada’s early experiment with the slowed down rhythm.
The result was an infectious dance floor rhythm spread over the internet that began to catch the ears of DJs around the world. One of these DJs was Dillon Francis, a kid from Los Angeles who found inspiration in the style and applied the format to his own production, coming out with his own electrified brand of Moombahton. It was this sound that reached the ears of Diplo, Sinden, Steve Aoki, and respected DJs everywhere who recognized Francis’ talent for making a new and unconventional kind of dance music,” – The Creator’s Project
Click here for the original article, and check out interview below.