Posted by Nick on January 18, 2014
Don’t get me wrong – I’ve been digging a lot of the more popular genre choices by artists today. With that in mind though, there are a lot of styles I really wish would make a comeback – especially Moombahton. Hot out of the studio with a remix of Making Movies’ “Lo Que Quiero,” the homies over at Secret Sauce have begun their own quest in raising the Dave Nada-inspired sound from the dead; and they seem to have done a pretty damn good job, knocking out a chilled track with clean reggaeton vibes. Shout out to our friends at Do Androids Dance for snagging the exclusive on this one – looks like we missed out.
Posted by J-Tiffy on December 30, 2013
Madness – pure madness. I first heard this little piece of magic in The M Machine’s mix for OWSLA After Dark (My favourite mix of the year). It’s such a creative musical venture that it makes my head spin. Suspense is built well with an entertaining intro and build that introduces the beat. The power of the beat at 1:45 is Godzilla-sized. With a moombahish pattern and encompassing bass, it really takes me over. Then, out of no where, the song picks up into a wicked drum and bass shuffle.
The whole song is amazing in many ways, but as a friend pointed out to me, the most impressive illusion created here is that of depth. The sounds compliment each other perfectly, but it feels as though they do so from a distance. And width – I’m not sure that I’ve ever heard sound so wide. Huge, low bass and long, wide sounds add to the illusion. Without adding an overwhelming amount of sounds, these legendary artists have created a sound that is extremely full. This song is way entertaining and displays some next level engineering. Bravo guys, this is brilliant stuff.
Posted by FilthyTaft on October 20, 2013
Hey everyone, Ben Taft aka FilthyTaft here. As you may have heard, our site (FilthySlaps.com) has just merged with the FNT fam! I’d like to introduce myself to you all with a filthy trap playlist compiled of 7 absolute bangers. Although I am currently obsessed with the trap/moombahton scene, I’ll be covering all sorts of new music, from chill rap to heavy trap bangers. But in the meantime, enjoy this playlist, and thanks for the warm welcome to the FNT fam!
Posted by VMan on September 18, 2013
This track is stupid, it’s so good. GTA releases “Yolohton” under Calvin Harris’ label Fly Eyes Record, and it’s a party! This is GTA’s first original track since they dropped “Boy Oh Boy” featuring Diplo, along with their remix of Calvin Harris’ latest single “Thinking About You” a few months back. “Yolohton” reminds me of Bauer’s “Harlem Shake” with an electro twist. Expect to hear this track all over, I can only imagine the scene going nuts, once this track is dropped at festivals…
Free Download: GTA – Yolohton
Posted by VMan on September 5, 2013
DJ Snake linked up with Yellow Claw and Spanker to release “Slow Down” under the Mad Decent imprint, and this tune is bananas. DJs you’re going to want to take advantage of the free download, I see the whole dance floor going ignorant to this one. Class is back in session, and tonight marks the first Thirsty Thursday of the semester, so get your stupid on, and go HAM with DJ Snake and friends. Must Listen and Must Download!
Free Download: DJ Snake x Yellow Claw x Spanker – Slow Down
Also check out the announcement video of DJ Snake spinning at Tomorrow World in Atlanta!
Posted by jewcebox on June 11, 2013
After breaking 180,000 plays on his breakout Scream & Shout remix, Dotcom has created more than just a buzz in the dubstep community. We’ve been keeping our eyes peeled on his twitter account & it looks like you can expect some big collabs from Dotcom in the near future. His latest release is a wildcard moombah remix of Rihanna’s “Talk That Talk” and as usual it’s got the perfect amount of the original melodies blended with Dotcom’s filthy drops & edits. Do yourself a favor and download this one.
Posted by Sev on May 1, 2013
When looking for amazing melodies and production, look no further than Pegboard Nerds. Having teamed up with the rising star Tristam and the guys over at Monstercat to release this amazing Mid-tempo track, there is no stoping them. Their tracks are so unique and well produced its hard not to be addicted to their style and aggressiveness. Approaching almost the halfway point in the year, if I were to say there is one artist to look out for in 2013 it is undoubtedly the Pegboard Nerds. Nothing but quality comes from this duo and it is all inspiring work.
Beatport - Pegboard Nerds & Tristam – Razor Sharp