FPF: DO NOT DELETEThe Dankles first and foremost is a site where you can not only find music, videos, interviews, and event info on the freshest musical artists out there today, but is also dedicated to spotlighting up and coming talent that we feel deserve a shout. Every Friday, we will be delivering our Fresh Pickn’s of the week with hopes that this start can help you spread your name. So please, if you, your friends, your neighbor, your local dealer, or your 7th grade Science teacher has any music they’ve created that you think we should put on the site; then please feel free to get at us via Facebook, Twitter, or email (thedanklesblog@gmail.com) with your track(s) and links to your social media page(s) along with photo so we can give you a shout!

Paris & Simo

As electronic music continues to explode throughout the world, a new generation of young producers is taking the scene to places it’s never been and Paris & Simo are leading the charge. The 21-year old duo from Montreal, Canada was formed in 2010 and has already earned support from some of the biggest DJs in the industry.  Now, with all eyes on them and a slew of new tracks to continue the momentum, Paris & Simo are taking giant steps into the future of EDM and pushing house music to new levels.

Listen : Nova (Original Mix) – Paris & Simo

Listen/Download : Alive (Paris & Simo Remix) – Dirty South & Thomas Gold

Paris & Simo on : Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

Mumdance

In today’s music world, every man and his dog is embracing eclecticism. Yet can anyone name a DJ capable of playing both grime-rave Dirty Canvas and hipster-disco Bugged Out?! In one weekend? Or a producer as adept in the studio with tech house heavyweight Brodinski as with indie-singer Esser, and grime MC Jammer?  Mumdance’s impressive discography and his ability to work within both guitar and electronic-led  scenes is concrete proof that he likes to “keep things moving” – whether it be collaborations with other artists in scenes he does not normally operate within, or actually within tracks, which often feature numerous progressions & tempo changes, making most dance music feel static and one dimensional in comparison.

Listen: Back In The Bitz – Mumdance

Listen: Level Three – Mumdance

Mumdance on : Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

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