It is without a doubt that Monstercat has provided the electronic music community with a stream of new and impressive sounds from a pool of extremely talented producers that are often overshadowed by industry giants. Their fourteenth mixed artist compilation ‘Discovery’ recently hit the shelves via iTunes and provided a mouth-watering assortment of thirty astonishing tracks from the label’s hottest producers. Featuring names like Au5, Favright, Televisor, Soulero, Fractal, Tut Tut Child, PIXL, Haywyre, Pegboard Nerds, Rameses B, Falcon Funk and so many more, ‘Discovery’ is a perfect collection of tracks for the avid and open minded electronic music listener.
Gracing the Monstercat label with another phenomenal compilation, the dexterous Aussie producer PIXL has brought to life a diverse and incredibly savory EP, ‘Sugar Rush’. Cycling through three powerful productions, with the aid of Dead Robot & Nessakay, PIXL crafts a polished medley of sounds, providing delectable vibrations for electro, dubstep, and drum & bass listeners alike. Check out the EP in its entirety below and be sure to snag up an official copy on Beatport.
A name that has assumed a place on this thread numerous times in the past, Aussie producer PIXL continues to deliver polished productions, measure to measure, regardless of genre. Known for his proficiency and talents in electro-house, PIXL has recently demonstrated his capacity to branch out and produce at an equal caliber in the dubstep arena.
A testament to that ability is his most recent remix of Kaskade’s ‘Atmosphere’. A smooth and passionate production, PIXL takes a brilliant approach in constructing this remix by tactfully mapping Kaskade’s vocals over a pacifying introductory beat. Lined with warm, crystalline melodicism, PIXL tastefully transition the track into a powerful, anthemic, and grinding dubstep breakdown, done so in such a way that preserves and enhances the emotive undertone of the track. A glistening remix on every level, PIXL has provided us with an incredibly moving remix, one that should not be passed up by any electronic music connoisseur.
A talented engineer in the realm of electro-house, Australian based producer PIXL has augmented his popularity with crisp and polished productions. A named featured on this thread several times in the past, PIXL returns with two incredible remixes of Jay Karama’s ‘LGTJ’. Out now via Hussle Recordings, the Aussia producer crafts a bouncy and crunchy electro grind in his ‘Funk’d Out’ only to follow it up with melodically rich yet thrashing, brutal, and swooshing ‘Goin’ Hard’ dubstep remix. Stream both remixes in their entirety and be sure to snag them up on Beatport.
Always at the forefront of electro-house, PIXL continues to capture the attention of the masses with steady and incredibly polished electronic productions. Adept at crafting sounds for every genre of electronic music, PIXL specializes in putting together colossal electro-house productions. His latest EP, ‘Astrocat’, which hit the shelves earlier today via Monstercat showcases his capacity to manifest his musical creativity into mint, melodically rich and exhilarating electro compositions. Stream the full release below and be sure to snag up a copy on Beatport.
Earlier in the week PIXL dropped another free holiday treat, laying down a refreshing electro/progressive style hit to contrast but compliment his previous drumstep release, ‘Fur Ballin‘. As previously mentioned, PIXL has developed a reputation for his remarkably polished productions in electro-house and ‘Pudding’ only solidifies his position as of the more gifted producers in that genre. So for anyone in need of some moving melodic passages and an energy rich track, snag up the PIXL’s latest freebie below.
It’s always a treat when an artist diverges from his or her usual style to give you something new and unexpected. In this case, PIXL, the remarkably talented Australian native who specializes and generally produces electro-house, dropped a new drumstep tune with the help of his extremely gifted pet, Zef The Cat, and together they created this massive hit with a monstrous, crunchy, and heavy sound. One can only hope that these two get together again sometime in the near future to deliver another huge track but in the meantime, as wait for any future collabs, snag this one up for free and check the teaser for his melodic dub anthem, ‘Promise’ featuring Nessakay.