Twin brothers, Denver duo, and Elm & Oak homies Two Fresh, just released their new remix of SWV’s track ‘Rain’ on Symbols Recordings. Get the song for free download at Symbols Recordings’ Facebook page HERE. Keep a watch on their soundcloud too as Two Fresh has always been known to hand out a free download or 3.
Elm and Oaks own Tk Kayembe dropped his new Ep Today on clubtapes.com . It is 6 original tracks that will certainly have you twerking all the way into next year! TK has taken everything we love about “trap” and added his flavor and extreme musicality creating something fresh and new but also dark and gritty. Mike Myers a track featuring vocalist and Elm and Oak team member Quiz along with mystery guest Off Daze is a certified banger! Go to Download this now for FREE! You wont be disappointed! KEEP SWINGIN’
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Reggae and womp, Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion, these are a few of our favorite things! ‘Jah No Partial’ from Major Lazer’s new album, Free The Universe, is a perfect track to get you pumped for the weekend. Featuring Flux’s signature sound and Johnny Osbourne’s vocals, this tune is a must hear!
NEW FROM SIR CHARLES!
In his new EP: VNS FLY TRP, Sir Charles takes the fundamentals of high energy, 808, hip-hop music and blends them with an electronic sound palette. Simple yet catchy, the tracks are infused with vocal one shots and brass orchestral sounds, atmospheric pads and percussive buildups; all culminating into big beat minimal drops.
In Cash to the Ceiling, Charles opens with a brassy build-up that drops into a deep, steady, grounding bass,
only to be swept up again with the signature pitched down vocals of trap music and contrasting harmonic builds.
In Rubba Folks Charles takes two of his favorite vocalist (Missy Elliot and Juelz Santana) and blends their
certain vocal shots together with solid 808 kicks, pitch bent synths, and big “bring it back” drops to create a
flowing heavy club track.
In Purple Yellow Jello, Charles breaks it down to the fundamentals of trap and gives it a more electronic feel
with the classic “vwoop” synth, big percussive builds, and vocals that pay homage to the boys sippin purple,
and the girls shakin’ it like jello.
Out today from Elm & Oak’s own wonder twins Two Fresh is their “Higher Than a Mile” mixtape. Released on clubtapes.com, this mix is loaded with unreleased material from Two Fresh, Branchez, Djemba Djemba, Tk Kayembe, FALCONS, and many more. Don’t miss this one, grab the FREE DOWNLOAD and kick off the weekend with happy ear holes with this quality selection of tunes from ya boys!
FIND THE MIXTAPE: HERE or HERE: http://club.livemixtapes.com/player.php?album_id=19979
EVENT PAGE: HERE