Posted by A on September 17, 2012
I don’t have the time to be on the internets blogging all day like I used to. Gone are the days where I had no obligations or responsibilities. I’m just out here trying to put money in my IRA like a rap game Versace plated Bob Cousy free-throw while simultaneously paying child support for my various baby mommas. Believe me, It’s real out here in these blog streets.
I tell you all of that to say this: I don’t come out of semi-blog retirement just to post any track. This track right here is just a tune and a half. Just one those ridin’ with the windows down with a bad chick riding shotgun while she twerks it to the bassline seductively. The drop at the end, sweet baby Jesus.
I had the opportunity to sit down with the notorious Tim Gunter to catch up with him about the direction of his music, his solo-career, and what we can expect from him as he continues to progress. Read our interview below!
Posted by jewcebox on September 16, 2012
Originally known for his mashups, Dotcom decided to step out of the box and venture into the world of originals. All I can say to that is we’re sure as hell glad he did. Below are two remixes he just released and their filthy to say the least. Dotcom takes Dada Life’s already heavy “Feed the Dada” and infuses it with enough heavy synths and deep base to give the track a complete makeover. Big ups to Dotcom, keep an eye on this kid.
Posted by J_Salzer on September 15, 2012
I would like to apologize to all of you. Clinton Sparks released a new song and I wasn’t able to get it to you for your Friday night raging festivities. I’m sure your other favorite music blog gets good music to you all day, but alas, here I am, at 6AM, wallowing in a pool of pity. BUT, atleast you’ll have Mr. Sparks’ newest banger to rage to during your college football pregaming. Clinton Sparks never disappoints, constantly releasing HUGE remixes for the pleasure of his friends and fans. If it has Clinton Sparks’ name on it, you know it’s bringing the heat. So merry raging to all, and to all a good day.
Posted by J_Salzer on September 4, 2012
One of my favorite remixers in the game, Chi Duly, hits us with his latest rework masterpiece. I’ve been on Chi’s bandwagon since I heard his versions of The Weeknd’s tunes. A good remixer is able to keep the structure of the original song, while still being able to add their own creative pillars to…supplement it. Channel Orange was one of my favorite albums of the year, and I know many people felt the same way. But I’m sure all those people will be behind me in thanking Chi for shortening this song to half it’s original length. This track will be featured on Mick Boogie and Stylecaster’s “Sounds From The Front Row Vol. 6,” so be on the lookout for that as well. Read Chi Duly’s thoughts below the SC player after you download this work of art.
“When I remix something I visualize a place the song needs to go. Naturally the place for this song would be a trendy night club filled with mummies and Egyptians in golden robes inside of a pyramid floating in the Red Sea. They would most likely be drinking wine, dancing and conversing about a general hatred for Brendan Fraiser. I mean I’d be defending him though. Sometimes people tend to forget about a cinematic achievement called Encino Man. Anyways pyramids are crazy.”
Posted by Jess on August 15, 2012
“All You” by The Cataracs is an odd track mostly because of the unnecessary addition of Waka Flocka Flame to it. It is clear that the strengths of the song lay in the choppy saxophone and 808s combined with the amazing voice of Becky Jean Williams on the hook. On Dstar and Benzi’s remix of the track, the two play to the strengths of the original with their straightforward club version of the track. The two highlight the amazing hook and cut down Waka’s part to just a few shouts over blazing synths and bass. Download the track for free below and become a fan of Dstar on Facebook.
Posted by Jess on July 29, 2012
8Barz recently took Taio Cruz’ new single “Fast Car” and revamped it in his signature style. The single is sure to soon to hit the airwaves in a major way. The remix makes the already club friendly single more so. Grab the remix for free in the Soundcloud player below.
Posted by A on July 12, 2012
Canadian sensation, Steve Morris, who also happens to be 1/2 of 90′s Finest, is back with an exclusive track to electrify the senses, putting his Toronto touch on Sammy Adams’s “Only One” single that’s taking over the radio and finding its way into the minivans of every soccer mom in the nation. The manipulated sample coupled with the power synths transports Sammy’s “Only One” into a realm that only exists on Pluto and Mars at the same damn time. Follow Steve Morris as he continues to make waves in the blogosphere, eh?