Posted by VMan on September 30, 2016
Kkami calls on BAD ONE for a sick new Missy Elliot flip titled “Step To Me” and it is on point. It’s been out a week and has already garnered some solid support even though neither of these artists have come onto my radar before they really proved themselves on their new collab. Listen and download “Step To Me” by the two above now, you won’t regret it.
Bootleg | SomeKindaWonderful Gives Ratatat’s “Cream on Chrome” a Vocal Twist from “The Problematics”
Posted by Tay on May 28, 2015
I’ve been a fan of SomeKindaWonderful since their debut single, “Reverse,” off of their first studio album, SomeKindaWonderful. The Cleveland-based rock band has been on a steady rise to stardom, as their unique fusion of electronic music with live elements of a rock band is hard to find in dance music. Today, they’ve teamed up with fellow electronic rockers, Ratatat, for a mashup of their unreleased track, “The Problematics,” with Ratatat’s new single, “Cream on Chrome” that will blow you away. Ratatat’s electro-rock production provides the perfect canvas for vocalist Jordy Towers’ alluring croons. Plain and simple, this track is some kinda wonderful. Stream the mashup above, and get your free download here.
Posted by VMan on May 21, 2015
With the original version of the song releasing merely one week ago, Neon Dreams are quick to act on Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea’s new The Invisible Men-produced single. The Halifax, Novia Scotia natives add memorable synths and drop to “Pretty Girls,” making it an instant party anthem for your playlist. The 4-person EDM group are currently signed under the watchful hand of Waka Flocka Flame and his management company, 36BRICKHOUSE, and in addition to signing to the multi-genre kingpin, are credited for executive producing his forthcoming EDM album dubbed Turn Up God. Check out this new remix above and be on the look out for new material from Neon Dreams in the near future.
Posted by jewcebox on April 20, 2015
By now there’s probably not a single person out there that isn’t familiar with Ariana Grande and Zedds “Break Free”. It was one of those songs that just blows up. Unfortunately you start hearing songs like that everywhere until…R.I.P played to death. While most of these departed tracks slowly fade to the back of the playlist, once in a while one is given a second chance. That is exactly what we are hearing happen here with Kap Slap’s revitalizing edit on the track. This New York City based producer did a lot more than just bringing it back to life though. With a new powerful house beat throughout the song you’re sure to be moving right up until the massive drop Kap Slap added late in the track. If you haven’t heard this one yet do yourself a favor, check it out, and make some room on your weekend playlist because the download is available for free below.
Free Download: Ariana Grande ft. Zedd – Break Free (Kap Slap Edit)
Posted by Matt Keene on March 23, 2015
You know it the second you hit play, but you’ve never heard it quite like this. The classic Sugar Hill Gang record gets a club re-work by twerk magician and producer Kastra. Apache is one of those tracks that people just know what to do when it comes on, it’s like a right of passage in America. Now, when this Apache remix comes on there will be massive amounts of twerking, hip thrusting and some just downright confused people, most likely on Molly, wondering is they should do the original Will Smith x Carlton dance or to just say ‘Fuck It’ and go wild. Either way, this is a club banger.
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 18, 2015
I recently discovered this rising star, Vorn , and NYC native with a melodic and original take on Sam Smith’s hit I’m Not The Only One. After hearing this smash, I did a little more research and fell in love with his remake of dance classic Sandstorm . Hopefully we hear more from this newcomer, so make sure you give him a listen and grab the free Download!
Bootleg, Electro, Electronic, Mainstream Remix | Chris Brown (Ft. T-Pain) – Kiss Kiss (Beshken & Guestroom Edit)
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 12, 2015
In honor of Beshken hitting 10,000 followers on SoundCloud he and Guestroom drop off a little edit of the early 2000’s smash “Kiss Kiss”. Chris Brown has been plastered all over the tabloids these past few weeks, and is certainly a piece-of-shit person, but there’s no denying that he and T-Pain had you dancing to this club hit just a mere few years ago.
Listen to the bubbly remix below, and follow Beshken on SoundCloud for hopefully more music very soon!