Cory Enemy

Cory Enemy Remixes Zedd’s “Find You”

Cory Enemy Remixes Zedd’s “Find You”

Cory Enemy told us how he was diving back into the electronic dance music scene again, and he hasn’t wasted any time doing so. Related Reading: Cory Enemy: “Getting back to being an electronic artist again, I intend to use all my pop knowledge to my advantage.” He just dropped a super tight remix of Zedd’s “Find You.” Labeled as “future trap” on Cory’s SoundCloud, the track’s futuristi... »

Cory Enemy: “I Believed In Dillon The Most Over Everything Because Of His Passion And Drive”

Cory Enemy: “I Believed In Dillon The Most Over Everything Because Of His Passion And Drive”

While many recent listeners and fans may know Cory Enemy for his smooth tunes like “Go Deep” and “When It Comes To You,” he also produced a good bit of trap and other bass oriented music with the likes of Brillz, as well Cory’s padawan Dillon Francis. In Part 2 our our interview with Cory, he talks about these collaborations, trap music in general, future plans, and h... »

Cory Enemy: “Getting back to being an electronic artist again, I intend to use all my pop knowledge to my advantage”

Cory Enemy: “Getting back to being an electronic artist again, I intend to use all my pop knowledge to my advantage”

Meet Cory Enemy, a crazy-haired Californian that makes awesome tunes, and sometimes gets confused for Flux Pavilion. He also mentored Dillon Francis, teaching him the ins and outs of producing (but that’s for another blog post). Cory is no newcomer to the scene, though. He was involved in it before electronic music really blew up in the US. Our story with Cory begins back in 2006, when he me... »

GPS’ Top 5 Tunes Of January 2014

GPS’ Top 5 Tunes Of January 2014

I’m kicking off the first Top 5 installment of 2014 with some phat bass, a throwback that’ll make you feel like your in 2007, and, as always, fun jams. Enjoy! 5. Rob De Large – N.Y.H. (Craig Williams Remix) Craig williams takes Rob De Large’s “N.Y.H.” and remixes it to a beating monster. Simplistic in form and complex in execution, Craig Williams uses a broken d... »