What So Not – Gemini EP

What So Not unleashes his long awaited Gemini EP onto the public. The dedicated fans got many previews of the EP’s tracks during live shows such as Arrow, a collaboration with Dillon Francis and Dawn Golden that sets the crowd into a absolute frenzy. I have experienced this frenzy myself during Flume‘s live set at Electric Forest; Madness. Most of the tracks of the EP feature an separate artist; much like his recent project with TKay Maidza, Baauer and George Maple. All five songs are hits whether they are energetic or ambient.

Starting off with a prelude to the Gemini single, it features Tunji Ige adding a rhythmic flow of lyrics and rhymes. Continuing to Gemini, leading off with female vocals this production includes George Maple who helped make this song an instant classic. Next two tracks take on more energetic rhythm with heavy bass. Flowing into Arrows follwed by Death Drive that starts with a distorted guitar riff. KLP on vocals leads the rest of the track into a high energy trap juke rhythm. To finish off the EP What So Not tones if down a bit with Oddity, a track you may or may not be familiar with. A wonderful future bass track with the the ambient build and theatrical drop that What So Not has made a trademark sound with. Best of all you can have this EP for free. Grab it below.

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Dillon Francis – I Can’t Take It

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The moombahton master is back. If you have been craving some Dillon Francis moombahton then look no further than his latest single off his debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule. In anticipation for the album release Dillon drops I Can’t Take It on his soundcloud to put your ass in a dancing frenzy. With hard hitting bass kicks that will smack you for ever forgetting about moombahton, wavy synths correlating Dillons signature sound and vocal manipulation, this track is a force. When We Were Young being released few weeks prior to this, the combination of the two tracks should and will keep you dancing hard till the full LP release!

Check out I Can’t Take It below and do not forget to follow Dillon on Soundcloud!

Dillon Francis + Sultan & Ned Shepard – When We Were Young ft. The Chain Gang of 1974

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Dillon Francis gives us a sneak peak of his debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule with this single off the LP. This epic collaboration with Sultan & Ned Shepard and the Chain Gang of 1974 keeps the anticipation for the album up high. This is one of Dillons euphoric tracks with some smooth upbeat synths and of course his own style of sounds that he has perfected with nice vocals over it. When We Were Young will definitely be a fun & memorable sing along anthem at live shows, and since there is a lyric video for the track everyone should know the words!

Even tho Dillon has announced in an interview with Power 96 during Ultra that July is for sure the month to release the album, the apparent delay does not phase us. Going through record labels as we know is always a tedious process. With word of collabs with TwistaBrendon Urie and of course Sultan & Ned Shepard and Chain Gang of 1974 to be on the album, we have no problem waiting in anticipation! The talent on this album will no doubt make up for the time.

Check out the lyric video for When We Were Young below.