House Music Essentials Vol. 5 With Malaa, PRBLM CHILD, Orbital and more
Presenting the fifth edition of our House Music Essentials, We Rave You are delighted to highlight some of the grooviest tracks from Malaa, PRBLM CHILD, Orbital, DON DARKOE and ANATTA.
We Rave You are back with our fifth edition of House Music Essentials, spotlighting some of house music’s most iconic producers blessing their fan base with electrifying and irresistible beats, this month features groovy tunes from Malaa, PRBLM CHILD, Orbital, DON DARKOE, and ANATTA.
A producer who can shift seamlessly between dark but bass-heavy signatures when it comes to both on and off stage, as proven during his dirty set at Celebrity Nightclub in Vancouver, Canada on his ‘Don Malaa’ tour, Malaa is the one we trust to keep us dancing all night long. Sometimes all you need is a house bass-infused groove to get you through those long days, but Malaa delivers those dirty transitions and a mix of house, tech and future bass to prove he’s truly unique. of its kind to change the house. Game. Releasing its long-awaited debut album: Don Malaa, the high-profile project features a staggering roster of collaborators including A-Trak, DJ Snake, Fivio Foreign, Ghostface Killah, Jadakiss, Tchami, Tony Romera and Yung Felix. Taking an overview of the record, there’s “Outcast” which turns Brooklyn into a gritty house excursion with Fivio Foreign, “Deep” which is an instant club weapon with DJ Snake and Yung Felix, and classic hip-hop from “Die Dur” with Ghostface Killah and A-Trak. There’s also the awe-inspiring “No Panic” with Jadakiss, the atmospheric “Discipline” with Tchami and the mesmerizing “The Game is Dead” with Tony Romera. Malaa continues to take listeners on a journey throughout the run of the record to the utterly moving “True Friends,” the hard-hitting “Gangsta,” and far more essential listens. Through Don Malaa’s 14 cuts, everything it makes for a can’t-miss album from the brilliant mind behind the mask.Check out the full album below.
I make his wish come true 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/BxUJOj5OKx
— Malaa (@Malaamusic) October 7, 2022
PRBLM CHILD – “Reckless 1”
With an innovative approach to sound design and production, PRBLM CHILD are an up-and-coming duo that have been making big waves in the house music community. The duo have released their work on top bass house labels, such as Bite This!, Gold Digger and Uprise with groundbreaking percussive sounds and groovy bass lines. Additionally, their uplifting energy on stage has earned them appearances on R3HAB, Freejak, and Dr. Fresch’s radio shows. In 2022, PRBLM CHILD continues its momentum. Over the summer, they had an extremely memorable set at the famous Das Energi festival in Salt Lake City. After their summer achievements, PRBLM CHILD returns to deliver their new single “Cheeky 1”. The mission behind this track was to dive deeper beyond hard-hitting bass house by combining multiple genres. “Cheeky 1” is the perfect example of PRBLM CHILD’s unique “hybrid home” style. Listen to the bass’ anthem below and connect with PRBLM CHILD here.
ORBITAL & Sleaford Mods – “Dirty Rat”
Legendary electronic music duo Orbital collaborated with Sleaford Mods on their fabulous and furious single ‘Dirty Rat’. Orbital x Sleaford Mods ‘Dirty Rat’, which was premiered last night on BBC Radio 6Music by Steve Lamacq, is the first track from Orbital Optical Delusion’s new album, due out 17 February 2023 and available for pre-release. -order here. “Dirty Rat” is Orbital at its most vital, remaining utterly relevant and still moving forward over 30 years since breaking through with their breakthrough single “Chime.” What started as a remix exchange (Orbital did “I Don’t Rate You” by the Sleafords) turned into a comedic, brutal, bass-driven harangue against our leaders and the voters who put them there. : people who “blame everyone in the hospital / blame everyone down the Channel / blame everyone who doesn’t look like a fried animal. Jason Williamson provides a typically searing voice over the driving, kinetic beats of ‘Orbital and Andrew Fearn. Listen to the tantalizing track below.
DON DARKOE – “Delicious Fairy Dust”
DON DARKOE is a Perth nightlife and production legend, DJing at the hottest clubs in Perth, Australia and at the same time hosting one of the leading Drum and Bass parties featuring talent from all of Australia in the D&B scene. His latest track “Delicious Fairy Dust” features smooth vocal melodies, crisp percussion and an explosive high-energy drop. Commenting on this debut single, DON DARKOE shares “This track was my first experimental creation in the drum and bass genre. Coming from a trap music background and a love of melodies, I tried 174 bpm infusing my vocals with drums and bass in an effort to create something catchy that people can vibe to and dance. In the end, I called it Delicious Fairy Dust because that’s what I thought it would be if someone sprinkled it on me. Listen to the energetic track below and connect with DON DARKOE here.
ANATTA & Fred Paci & HONÜ – “Steam Rollin”
Minimal is one of the newest genres to hit the house music scene, but it has grown exponentially over the past few years. At the forefront of this movement is rising superstar ANATTA. Launching its project in June 2020, ANATTA has already received more than 500,000 collective streams to its minimal works. With over 50 songs released and three #1 minimal/deep tech EPs on Beatport, ANATTA continues to rise through the ranks to the top of the minimal community. Continuing their string of groovy minimal productions, ANATTA recently teamed up with bass house producer HONÜ and multi-instrumentalist Fred Paci for their funky new single “Steam Rollin'”. One of ANATTA’s goals with this track is to encompass more live instruments than the standard minimal song. Throughout “Steam Rollin'”, Fred’s mesmerizing trumpet sequences are infectious to the ear. Along with the trumpet elements, this track is perfect for a living room or beach. It’s a complex mix of minimal, house and lo-fi, topped off with a bit of sass. Be sure to listen to the funky track below and tune in with ANATTA here.
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