Searching iTunes track by track to get to find the right mix of songs has never been fun. What is there was an album that just had exactly what you were looking for? Look no further than Monstercat’s 020 album Altitude
. Filled with 30 tracks composed by their artists, this is the one stop shop album for everything Monstercat
. Know an EDM
fan and struggling to figure out a gift for Christmas? This is a great addition to any electronic music collection.
Monstercat - Monstercat 020 - Altitude
opens up the album with the perfect beginner “What I’ve Waited For,” and that is exactly what I thought listening to this album. Pegboard Nerds
tune, “Here It Comes” received a dirty and grimey remix from Snavs & Toby Green which is available for free download as Au5 changes it up with his trance-dubstep crossover in “Crossroad.” Sound Remedy & Nitro Fun make another appearance with their track “Turbo Penguin
” which fits perfectly with the season as we all try to keep ourselves warm.
makes an appearance with his trapstep remix of Favright’s “Taking Over” featuring the breathtaking vocals of Cassandra Kay. If you’re feeling some drum and bass, step right into Rameses B’s “We Love” or Muzzy’s “Lost Metropolis” for an astral approach to the quick paced genre. The beautiful vocals continue with Tut Tut Child’s melodic tune “Breathe” which features Danyka Nadeau on vocals.
With a diverse offering, this album is filled with a plethora of genres and artists alike. There is something here for everybody to enjoy whether you’re into dubstep, progressive house, drumstep, or a self proclaimed member of the trance family.
Monstercat continues to make waves in the music business as it continues to deviate from the norm and lead the industry as an independent label. With deals with Major League Gaming and a weekly podcast hosted through Twitch, the label is setting themselves up for success with a plethora of talent and by embracing technology. When you think about major electronic music labels such as Anjunabeats, Spinnin', Ultra, Columbia and Atlantic, do not forget to think about Monstercat.
from iTunes, Bandcamp or the Google Play store and tune into their weekly podcast over on Twitch
every Tuesday. Check out the full artist list on their webpage, www.monstercat.com
, and be on the lookout for more releases through this independent label.
Editor's note December 16th, 2014: An early version stated that Monstercat's album contained 21 tracks, it actually contains 30 tracks.