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Ekali & QUIX Pay Perfect Homage To Porter Robinson’s ‘Language’

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Five years ago, an experimenting young adult at the age of 20, impacted dance music drastically. That young adult – Porter Robinson, a young gun coming off OWSLA’s first ever EP release, Spitfire. Little did he know, his next release, ‘Language’ would shake the EDM world. Porter truly conceptualized something completely different upon the track’s release. Between the dream-like piano lead and melodically heavy synth lines, Porter brought a sense of other-worldliness to a relatively repetitive genre for the first time in recent years.

Five years later, two growing EDM phenoms, Ekali & QUIX, pay perfect homage to Porter Robison’s ‘Language’. Ekali and QUIX make sure to incorporate the spacey and dream-like ambiance that the original possesses, with a modern twist of course. The light keys, soft bell chimes, and crescendo of a light-bodied orchestra give the intro to this tribute the perfect first bite. Incorporating the vocal pass as a bridge to the eventually nostalgic and synth driven build, the anticipation only heightens. The roller coaster ride of a track then finally releases from the chain and drops you into a future styled breakdown that sends nothing but chills. The only issue here is that the tribute is only half the originals length. Why cut a masterpiece short?

Listen to Ekali & QUIX tribute to Porter Robinson’s ‘Language’ below:

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Solstis Reveal Debut Album ‘Nowhere’ Featuring Chill Spectrum Of Sounds

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Coupled with some dazzling artwork, Nowhere is a soft exploration of futuristic soundscapes and fantastic imagery with its chill house production and soothing pulse of its masterful composition. Earlier this month, Solstis released their finely tuned album, an extension of what Brendan and Andreas have been creating for almost ten years, and these experienced producers are back at again with a release in late February.

With years of experience and performances at festivals like Electric Forest, Solstis is ready to fill up your playlist yet again. The duo found previous success with their cool vibe tracks and remixes that have earned them nearly ten million plays. Solstis has always stood out and does so once again.

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Michael Push’s Glossy Music Video For ‘Tell Me Why’ Perfect For Nearing Spring

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Michael Push’s song ‘Tell Me Why’ featuring Stevie imparts a vibe of tranquil vacation. The song shouts summer, and more specifically, summer love. With airy vocals by Stevie, longing lyrics, and a fun, groovy beat that one can’t help but to dance to, or at least tap their toes to, the song is an anthem to longboards everywhere! The tropical drums make for a very sunkissed feeling when listening, and the whole thing is uplifting. The lovelorn lyrics of Stevie contrast highly with the light feel of the instrumentals. It’s a quintessential summer jam to play at any party, or get-together, that will put everyone in a carefree, extroverted mood.

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Nurko Drops Best Bass Track Yet ‘Million Birds’

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Forging ahead into the electronic soundscape, Nurko recently released his first track of the year, ‘Million Birds.’ Featuring singer Elle Vee, who provides haunting vocals over Nurko’s exquisite production; listeners can feel a lot of influences at work in this one. That’s no chance, Jack Leech, the man behind the name seeks to take the best parts of his favorites producers and utilize their techniques for his own production. And having been around music since childhood, Nurko is no stranger to the art.

Pulling inspiration from artists such as Flume, ‘Million Birds’ features powerful acoustic elements over an astoundingly well mixed track tied together with Vee’s soulful lyrics. With more fantastic tracks on the way, you’ll want to keep your ears peeled for Nurko’s next release.

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