Multitasking isn’t for everyone, but it is for Brooklyn-based producer and promoter Panic Bomber. Starting his career in Miami, he’s been remixing and performing his way through his career with releases on a variety of labels, and after working mostly in deep house and catching the recent nu disco wave, today he’s released his latest original entitled “Question,” out for free download via his Soundcloud page.
We’ve been seeing a lot of nu disco that chops and screws up similar sounding vocals from the 1990’s and 2000’s wave of pop and R&B, but by re-purposing that sampling technique entirely, Panic Bomber has addressed our love of the familiar coupled with some deep bass and hearty piano chord progression in a little bit of a different way. “Question” is an underground track that’s just meant for a summer party, with its vocal from a certain superstar 3-member group whose hit “Independent Women” has been engrained in our brains since its release with Charlie’s Angels feature. Check it out below.
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Franz Schubert “Piano Trio in Eb, Op. 100”
Sound Stream “Love Jam” (Maceo Plex Remix)
Michael Jansons “Incc’D”
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Rich Wakley “Lip Service” (Hauswerks Remix)
Luke Walker “Represent”
Henry Kane “The Unitz”
Panic Bomber “Still on It”
Breach & Midland “Somewhere”
Great Good Fine OK “Too Much to Handle” (Panic Bomber Remix)
Olivier Giacomotto “Postgalactic”
VCS2600 “Initialize the Telepod”
Jay Tripwire “Move Your Body Feel Like This”
Teal Blue’s Paperwater and ES.P released their own unique official remixes for Tokimonsta’s hit “Surrender” featuring songstress Gavin Turek. Each remix is an original representation of that artist’s signature style and musical taste – Paperwater’s opting for an old-school tinged house vibe and ES.P going a dreamier, more ethereal future house route.
Each offers something entirely unique to the table, and each hits all the right spots.
Call us biased if you want, but so far the reception has been overwhelmingly positive. In less than a week after they released via Young Art Records, the remixes had garnered massive acclaim from a host of publications and listeners. We’d like to thank all the fans for their encouragement, as well as the publications that have continued to support the track and the incredibly talented artists behind it.
Panic Bomber treats us to a superbly curated mix perfect for the Holiday Season. Dark, Moody and Gritty.
Vanessa Amara – Untitled
Audion – Billy Says Go
Ghost Culture – Multiply
Babak – Petrogradskaya Side
Portishead – SOS (Panic Bomber Edit)
Odd Parents – Teach the Wind
Panic Bomber – Work the Middle
Paride Saraceni – Nobody
Nine Inch Nails – The Great Below (Panic Bomber Edit)
Snow Ghosts – The Hunted (Apocalypse Version)
House of Black Lanterns – Truth & Loss
Moderat – Ethereal (Panic Bomber’s Amen Edit)
When she’s not touring around the world, Venezuelan DJ and producer Kika is hard at work in the studio, honing her unique blend of indie-electro and tribal house. Coming off an extensive Latin American tour, the young star at last makes her debut on Aftercluv with an unforgettable original: “Aguacero..” Featuring tribal percussion and Kika’s own Spanglish rap, the track is an irresistible creation that seems perfectly designed for late nights in the Terrace Room at Miami’s legendary Club Space.