"New Jersey's UNiiQU3 is back with her sassy brand of fun club music! This time working with the talented producer Lambo from Winnepeg, together they bring us "Tic Tac". Keeping fresh in the club is top priority for these two and they encourage all the girls in the club to follow suit!"
UNiiQU3 quote: "I'm really excited for this release. Lambo and I went back and forth on this one for a little bit and I've been road testing it for awhile now. I wanted to make sure the song was spicy, fun and memorable. I believe Lambo and I hit the bullet. Brenmar heard an early demo of the song and loved it, High End Times was the perfect fit."
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Peep the premiere via THE FADER: http://www.thefader.com/2016/10/07/uniiqu3-lambo-tic-tac-premiere
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Brenmar and Dj Jayhood protege ShaqTheProducer team up with Baltimore's TT The Artist for this no frills, hard hitting, club banger! The first release of four from Brenmars new E.P. "The Collab Collection.
This is Jersey meets Baltimore meets bass music more ready for a dance battle than the dance floor.
Dj Wavy has been on the come up for a minute capturing NYC club praise as a resident at the famed House Party @ Webster Hall where the young one held his own next to heavyweights Just Blaze and Funkmaster Flex. Recently locked a new residency at Remedy @ Highline Ballroom... while also landing the role as Dave East's tour dj... Not content to just be a dope dj, Wavy can hold his own on the mic as well.
"Steal My Wave" is now avail on all outlets via Brenmar's "High End Times" imprint, as the first single from his forthcoming EP.
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"The idea for Bruckner came from my love of club music and the Bronx. Growing up, I never really appreciated the Bronx, and all it had to offer musically and historically. Being the home of hip-hop, I really wanted to show people that Bronx artists are a lot more diverse than hip-hop. And while a lot of us are inspired by it, it's not the only type of music that interests us. Because of my appreciation for club music (Jersey Club specifically), I wanted to show respect to the genre and all of the artists involved, while also showing what the Bronx could offer; bringing my taste to the mix. " - Bruckner
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Brenmar goes back to basics with his new release “ I Need You”. With a vocal loop that pulls no punches, this bass and house music hybrid draws you in and doesn’t let go. A return to form for the dj/producer who continues to forge new ground between dance music, hip hop, and r&b.
Tray from Dj Sliink's Cartel Nation is taking it from the Bronx back across the hudson to his hometown of New Jersey! Bruckner's original "Take Me To The Bronx" featuring vocals from Maurica flirted with that popular jersey club bounce, only right to bring it back home.
Brenmar & Shruggs team up for "This One Thing"! Born as a collaboration out of Brenmar's sample pack contest via Splice and Audiomack, this is a vibe all the way through!
Brenmar, Nick Leon, and Say3 team up for "Free Up"! Melodic patterns looped over layers of syncopated percussion, manipulated vocal samples and dramatic flute notes all merge together for this special tribal bass mix. Now out on all streaming platforms!
"Noise" originally started as an experiment. I was just playing around with different interesting ways to program my drums and that's when I created the bass slide which is prevalent through out the song. I recorded my vocals over the track and forgot about it for a while. A month or so later I reached out to Duntea (12tildee) to do a feature on a track with me. I sent him about 3 beats but it was clear that 'Noise' was the track. He recorded his whole take in the studio while we were on Face Time. I already had the hook done and when 12tildee did his magic it just brought the whole track together."
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Bristol based Dj Polo makes his debut on High End Times with "Next Day Air"! A baile funk horn filled club joint ready to get any dance floor moving and shaking! This is #5 in our Club Series. Available on all streaming and download outlets!
Brenmar and Eight Away team up for "Repentance". Dirty 808's, hazy synths and mutated vocal chops bring this one home. The 4th and final collab from The Collab Collection.
SMASHA: "I lived in the UK during my middle school years + one year in high school. I went to boarding school over there and had family in south london so I was there a lot. I've lived in D.C. for awhile now but the U.K. was a big part of my life growing up. You can say this track is a homage to a place that I love. "
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