The much anticipated album release of Israeli dubstep producer Borgore has finally arrived. Borgore, aka Asaf Borgor, has been one of the most experimental and progressive producers in the EDM game and his new EP Delicious shows why many believe him to many one of the better producers in dubstep today. After listening to the EP […]
The French Duo, Mustard Pimp, will be releasing their new single ZHM via Dim Mak Records on the 5th of July. They released a preview today along with a couple remix samplers from yours truly, Dada Life, as well as Cyberpunkers. The single is edgy but will be keeping the party alive. Check out the singles as well as the remixes below!
Here’s a fresh new track by none other than bass sensation Pretty Lights. Live from Bonaroo X the new single features some changed up things including some lyrics, and a bigger dubstep feel to the repetoire. Check the track out and I’ll update you with the single when its out.
The homie from LA, Dillon Francis, is absolutely killin’ it. Moombahton: Are you in? I was slow to get on the Moombahton train and I’m still not fully on it. But I feel it. And I see it. I’m ready to ride it. Dillon Francis has been one of the biggest up and comers, and with the back up of Skrillex and other successful artists he’s about ready for the big stage. With the Moombahton movement just gaining steam, Dillon shows us some diversifying with adding a little bit of bass into it. Check out his new remix of Chase & Status Hitz. Once the released version comes out, i’ll hit you with that.
Chase & Status – Hitz (Dillon Francis Remix)
Kito & Reija Lee – Broken Hearts (Dillon Francis Remix)
Two men of flexible style, Austin, TX based RUN DMT don’t let genre boundaries restrict their creations. Both Parson and Lemiwinks, the brains behinds RUN DMT, bring their veteran producer talents to a new arena, and are being extremely well received throughout the scene. With their tunes being rinsed by folks such as Bassnectar, 12th Planet, and Kill the Noise, and their newest release landing in the top 10 for dubstep on Beatport, these guys are on a fast track to be playing worldwide before you know it. And for damn good reason! Their ability to run a wide spectrum is one of their strongest points, as they dart effortlessly back and forth between epic bangers, multi-tempo sub-hop, and funky-bounce moombahcore, all the while delivering driven, tangible bass.
Go buy their new beats at Beatport HERE. Via BwompBeats
Mustard Pimp wrecks it. I haven’t heard anything that isn’t a banger from them. Here’s their version of the Deftone’s You’ve Seen the Butcher along with the remixed video. Also Designer Drugs remixed one of my favorite songs from Tonite Only We Run the Nite. Check both these songs out.
If you’ve been wondering why I haven’t posted this song, it’s because I wanted to put the full version up for you guys. I haven’t seen a group get so big so quickly like Mord Fustang has. Their high-pitched synths along with the quicky drops throughout the song mix well and it comes as no surprise that they have been moving up the charts on Beatport. Every single has been a banger, and this one doesn’t change a thing.
I haven’t heard too much about Mr. Skeleton, Maverick McNeilly out of Los Angeles, but found him thanks to earmilk.com. His beats consist of quick breaks and dubby synths that piece together perfectly to create a nice sounding beat. Check his stuff out, I think it’s pretty dirty.
Neon Hitch is an up and coming young talented singer out of the UK. I hadn’t heard anything from her before today but I can say that with this track “Silly Girl”, she will be heard by many music fans in the coming years. May be jumping the gun here but hey, thats my job. […]
Skrillex is back at it again, this time giving us a preview of what looks to be another song that will make your face slouch and scream I want more. Dada Life has done it and now Skrillex took Lady Gaga’s hit “Born This Way” and transformed into another Picasso-esque work of art. While the preview is only available right now, you can tell the song will be epic. Asser’s Remix of A Day in July has definitely also stuck out to me as something to use in a set to keep the beat funky. Speaking of Christmas, just released last night was new Zedd in a single entitled something way too German and complicated for me to type up twice, but we like that… because as long as the music makes makes us dance, who really cares what the song is called. Feelin’ it!
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