Young Thug has dropped the follow up to Slime Season and the new mixtape features an unexpected collab with Treasure Fingers, under alter ego The Treasury. The blending of styles in Slime Season 2's "Raw (Might Just)" has garnered praise from Hypetrak, Stereogum, Rap-Up and more. The Treasury was created as a production project to collaborate with artists exploring tempos outside the house music realm.
One year ago Panic City joined Dim Mak's roster, releasing "Bang Bang" and "Girls On Shoulders" back to back, quickly followed by hometown favorite "Oakland." He's quickly become an in-demand producer over the past few years, having been tapped by some of dance music's biggest artists to hop on their official remix packages. His reworking of Crookers feat. Jeremiah's "I Just Can't," Shift K3Y and Born Dirty's "Misbehave," Steve Aoki's Linkin Park collab "Darker Than Blood," and Diplo's "Revolution" all made major waves. The San Francisco native returns today with an original production showcasing the unique style he's persistently forging.
With his new track "5 AM," Panic City delivers a future house gem to the masses. Out now on Dim Mak, "5 AM" blends warm chord progressions and snapping bass lines with a shuffling garage beat. UK MC Kris Kiss layers crisp vocal hooks on top to deliver an out of the park dance floor heater, urging you to go hard till 5 in the morning.
Panic City's Acid & 'Roids mix for Dim Mak, quickly hit the 100k mark and continues to climb. Listen to the Daytime mix featuring Panic City's upcoming remix of Shift K3y & Born Dirty's "Misbehave."
Atlanta house mainstay Treasure Fingers marks the beginning of summer with a fresh role - label head. Having previously released on Fool's Gold, Defected, Ministry of Sound, Nervous, Hed Kandi, andNest to name a few, Treasure Fingers has found a way to merge his diverse influences and deep history into a signature sound filled to the brim with just the right mix of House, Bass, Disco, R&B, and Garage. The groove continues with the launch of Psycho Disco where Treasure Fingers is unearthing records that skew to the left of house music, from the right side of Atlanta.
Celebrating the introduction of Psycho Disco, Treasure Fingers declares "I'm in your house" with the label's debut release Koolaid & Sunny-D EP. Each track has a distinct flavor beginning with thirst quencher, "Koolaid." A warped take on classic detroit vibes, "Koolaid" is highlighted by an infectious vocal sample and energetic bassline.
Psycho Disco's debut release comes from label head Treasure Fingers, the Koolaid & Sunny-D EP. The double shot of funk will be dripping in your ear hole July 7th. Until then, pre-order the EP on iTunes: http://apple.co/1IwYloH
Join us in celebrating the launch of Treasure Fingers' label Psycho Disco this Friday in Brooklyn! Enjoy the great view from Output's rooftop with sets from the label boss himself, Chordashian, and Matt FX. Stay late for a special b2b set with a surprise guest.
"Moderated by Clark Warner, Beatport's executive creative director, the "Radioactive: Listening Trends in a Changing Media Landscape" session opened with a broad discussion of what makes a modern radio record.
All were in agreement on one timeless truth: You know it when you hear it.
Ian Cee, owner of FOUR80 Music, said the Internet has eroded the authority of major labels to dictate what the hits are and forced them to react to new sounds and trends as they arise.
"What’s a hit today might be out of fashion in a week and a whole new genre may pop up by the time we’re done with EDC," Cee said."
Read the entire article on Billboard.
FOUR80 Music's owner, Ian Cee, will be a panelist at EDMbiz this summer, speaking alongside Austin Kramer (Spotify), George Hess (Zero2Fifty Group), Geronimo (Sirius BPM), Joel Salkowitz (Sound Ideas) and Michelle Boros (97.1 AMP Radio). Clark Warner of Beatport will be moderating the panel titled Radioactive: Listening Trends in a Changing Media Landscape. Check out the full program for EDMbiz 2015 on Billboard.
Panic City has made a name for himself switching up his style, from the energetic electro slapper remix of Crookers' "I Just Can't" to the piano house groovathon version of Tove Lo's "Talking Body." Today, the rising LA talent and Dim Mak favorite is back with another surprise.
When PRMD called upon Panic City for the second-wind of "It's You," the bass-favoring don produced a fresh rendition of the track sending Syn Cole's latest vocal offering enroute to summer. Available now on Beatport. Stay tuned for new music from Panic City and Dim Mak coming soon.
Tiësto's latest Club Life Podcast includes Panic City's remix of Tove Lo's "Talking Body," listen below.
Fellow Atlanta brothers, The Electric Sons, brought on Treasure Fingers to contribute a remix to their Chromaesthesia Remix EP. Treasure Fingers' take "has this dark, chilled out vibe that takes 'Breathing Electricity' to another world." Read more on Red Bull.
Listen to a brand new Panic City mix this weekend on Music Choice's Dance/EDM Music Channel. The mix will be airing Sunday at 11pm ET and Thursday at 4pm ET.
Chris Brown hops a Deorro-driven party bus to Coachella in the new video for "Five More Hours."
A new collaboration between two heavyweights of the worldwide House and Disco scene, Treasure Fingers and Ghosts of Venice share "Moving On."
Premiered today on Thump, the Atlanta based master Treasure Fingers (Fool's Gold) meets the UK groove ambassador Ghosts of Venice (La Valigetta) for a juicy new joint. The different flavors of "Moving On" include an old school piano Warehouse mix and a tougher, more modern Club mix. Out April 28th, 2015 on La Valigetta.
New York's own Codes unleashed his debut album last year, Brooklyn Bounce, showcasing the house, funk, jungle, and breaks he grew up on. Following the album's premiere on Pete Tong's Evolution Radio Show and the success of first single "We Get Crazy," Brooklyn Bounce hit the top 10 of Beatport's Top House Releases.
Today, Slow Roast releases the Brooklyn Bounce Remix LP, a collaboration of familiar faces and fresh talent sharing new versions of their favorite tracks. Remixers include: Sluggers, Astronomar & Bot, J Paul Getto, AnimalStatuS, Alex Keerd, Jesse Slayter, Durkin, and Maurice Tamraz.
The jam-packed remix collection is available now on iTunes and Beatport.
Dim Mak's newcomer, Panic City, contrasts his latest hard-hitting track "O.A.K.L.A.N.D." with a mesmerizing piano house remix of Tove Lo's "Talking Body." The producer has a knack for transforming pop hits into spinable warehouse grooves, from Lana Del Rey to Lorde, and today he shares a kicked up version of the Scandinavian's seductive anthem. Set off by fresh layers of percussion, a kinetic bassline and piano power chords, this one will get stuck in your head quick.