WILDLYF was a huge success in 2018. One of the newest Australian talents has released a steady stream The original has immediately attracted our attention and he has continued to develop his sound designs and perfect his prodigious talents in the studio.With unlimited potential and a daring ear for the publication of pieces designed to move your body, WILDLYF should do great things in 2019.
If BADRAPPER still has not appeared on your radar, you miss the chance. In Australia BADRAPPER has spent most of the year producing some of the heavier tunes of 2018. Dominating throughout the year with traps that melt the skin and bassists, the producer s & rsquo; Is associated with Avance, NXSTY, JACKNIFE and ATLiens.Waiting for his next outing, watch for him in 2019, as he continues to work his way up to the top of the scene of traps and bass.
Cray continued to skyrocket in 2018 with his unique discography in mind. versatile trap anthems to his hypnotic singing, Cray flew 2018 with the remarkable singles “Peaches” and “Fractions”, as well as the official remixes of “Lost” and “Girls Like You” by Jai Wolf and Cardoon B. with appearances in Ultra, HARD Summer and Electric Zoo to his credit Cray is about to take even more ambitious steps in 2019, as his sound evolves.
7. Birthday party
The Chicago-based Birthdayy Partyy duet impressed us this year and it’s easy to understand why Throughout 2018 has released a wide range of aggressive house anthems, with some trap and doublet surprises, which only add to their versatility.Their unique and unpredictable approach to remixing has led them all to year in our series of the best remixes of the week, with their energy that quickly attracts a large audience.Take care, these guys will only grow in 2019.
Emerging producer Xie had a phenomenal 2018 year. In leading festivals such as Coachella, EDC Las Vegas, Firefly and Hard Summer, Xie has left his mark on music with his unique pop anthems loaded with elements of delicious traps. Stand out with the titles “Habits”, “Drip” and “Super 8”, as well as her mesmerizing voices and ear for the creation of sensual synths that put her at the top of our watchlist. Fall under her spell and keep an eye on what will follow in 2019.
5. Mickey Kojak
Mickey Kojak quickly became one of our new favorite artists of the year The burgeoning Australian talent hit our radar with its vast and experimental style that has led to several remarkable covers and originals throughout 2018. Mickey Kojack is distinguished by its refreshing style that appeals to listeners and offers an infectious sound design To get lost, keep an eye on him in 2019. The Australian dollar continues to keep ahead.
4. TWO WAYS
TWO LANES debuted in early 2018 with the release of two stunning ZHU remixes, Skrillex’s “Working For It” and San Holo’s “The Future”. From there, the brothers duo continues to make waves with originals and several other remixes throughout the year. Their ability to release refreshing and unique remixes and incandescent originals has led to momentum that should take them to new heights next year.
3. Midnight Children
Through their electrifying remixes and their original killer, Midnight Kids takes 2018 by storm. Featured several times in our Best Remixes of The Week series, Midnight Kids features a series of energetic remixes and fascinating originals that steal the show. With a growing fan club behind them, Midnight Kids is about to live even bigger in 2019.
Thanks to its innovative and avant-garde production style, LICK had a remarkable year, releasing an official remix for Zeds Dead and “Lights Go Down” by Jauz, as well as an impressive ” Angel Voices “from Virtual Self. Between his guest mix for Deadbeats Radio and his phenomenal originals and remixes released throughout 2018, LICK shows no signs of slowing down.
1. Junior State
The Junior State came out of nowhere towards the end of the year. The mysterious project has released a series of impeccable classic hip-hop remixes that have managed to hit all the notes. Creating a unique hiphop-style instrument feel, Junior State has quickly made a name with incendiary remixes of Missy Elliot, OutKast, The Notorious BIG, Lil Wayne, Nas. , Wu Tang clan, 2 Pac and more. . At the end of the year with a scorching start Shelter, Junior State is at the top of our watchlist for 2019.
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