Last time Relentless Beats caught up with Will K, the man himself, as well as Corey James, joined forces on what became a monumental track back in September. While Will K’s style always reflects a darker background than his Progressive … Read More →
The internet is rather fickle these days, isn’t it? With artists like Low Steppa on the scene who have almost entirely amassed their following from a strong online presence, 2017 could never be more relevant to their rise with the … Read More →
As it goes in the world of artists trying bring fruits out of their labor, it’s apparent that Jeremy Miller and Matty Spangler aren’t hitting the brakes anytime soon getting the Arizona scene hyped for some well-deserved and long-awaited releases … Read More →
It is true: Sage Armstrong might be support for Will Clarke’s Barbershop Tour, but today at RB, Sage’s music is going to be put front and center as we check out why we should be “strong-armed” into listening to his music. … Read More →
It’s official: Lee Foss is gracing us with a full length album, and tour around February 17th, and is putting all the best “Alchemy” techniques he possibly can. Did you see what we did there? That’s called a joke, because … Read More →
Sia is not an unfamiliar name to the world of music, let alone EDM and dance; most of her early work focused on melancholy hooks and a heavy emphasis on her music with less on her image. The latter focus … Read More →
This Gareth Emery jam is going to sound familiar, and for good reason. “Meet Her In Miami” is Gareth’s take on Da Hool’s legendary track Meet Her at The Love Parade. Gareth Emery – Meet Her In Miami [Garuda] It’s … Read More →
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