Posted by BIGLIFE on November 19, 2015
In the last month alone, RIOT TEN has seen his music played out by some of the biggest names in dance music at nearly every major festival in the world. His last remix of “Bodies” by Drowning Pool has become a fixture in the sets of DJ SNAKE, 4B, Porter Robinson, Bro Safari, EtcEtc, and others. After grabbing the attention of the international community, Ministry of Sound reached out about having Riot Ten remix a priority single for the label called “Not Many”. The vocal is from an old hip hop record that was big in Australian around 10 years ago. “I decided to take it a little back with this remix by using vocal cuts and chops. I wanted to utilize Savages vocals while also creating something that was totally different from the original” says Riot Ten. Woo!
Posted by VMan on November 17, 2015
One of trap’s finest stars in Vaski has partnered up with one of the most active and talented vocalists in dance music, Anna Yvette. Their work together on the single “Pacific” is truly extraordinary. Vaski dabbles in hard bass music, aside from his vicious trap beats, so with this one it’s no surprise he goes for a more hybrid sound that strikes a balance between the differing styles. As always, the Mother of Unicorns, Anna Yvette, delivers a magnificent performance that will have you singing along in no time. “Pacific” isn’t one of those songs that simply implements the same drop twice, so expect some variation when you are listening through the entire track. What makes this one even better is that the two artists have given it out as a free download!
Vaski feat. Anna Yvette – Pacific: Free Download
Posted by VMan on November 10, 2015
Toronto producer Dabin is known for his sexy, smooth sound. He’s a continuous outlet for quality originals and remixes, which includes an official remix for Iggy Azalea back when she was hype in the mainstream music world. 2015 has quite possibly been the producer’s biggest year yet, with some huge releases and shows including festivals like Electric Forest, and the upcoming Decadence. With the growth comes the passing of milestones, and to celebrate the passing of 40,000 Facebook fans, Dabin dropped a remix of “Crazy In Love” by the one and only Beyonce. His emotional interpretation takes from numerous genres to sport an epic downtempo sound. The first drop is incredible, but with the second, Dabin brings in some deep horns to get a little edgier. Stream it, and don’t forget to download it for free!
Beyonce – Crazy In Love: Free Download
Posted by VMan on November 9, 2015
Dubstep and trap are synonymous these days, they both go hard, and that’s what you get from I.Y.F.F.E’s “Beats On Fire” featuring Krime Fyter, a dancehall-trap fusion to lose your shit to. If a video was to be made for this track, the visuals should consist of asses bouncing up and down, left and right, cause that’s all I’m seeing. Hope the guys are listening, and DJs grab this download, this one will have the crowd going bananas.
Posted by VMan on November 8, 2015
MILA DMNQ is a pretty versatile musician. The Orlando native’s debut release has a Classic Rock style and sound to it, while her new single “Bring It Back” is a party anthem that will have you wanting to rage this weekend. With some strong production help by fellow Central Florida resident Ayo, this one sounds like it’s ready to go on the radio. Keep an eye on this pair, because “Bring It Back” is an instant hit!
Posted by BIGLIFE on October 31, 2015
Full disclosure: I’m not a trap guy. That’s how you know this remix by DJ Spider is going to be good. Hailing from the city of angels and represented by Interlock, DJ Spider puts his spin on Fetty Wap’s ubiquitous “679” single that every college aged girl in a “slutty pirate” outfit would drink a little too much to and end up throwing up in the back of an Uber at 2:30 tonight while swiping right in Tinder. It’s that insane. Free download of DJ Spider. Pick this bad boy up and put in your sets immediately.
FREE DOWNLOAD: Fetty Wap – 679 (DJ Spider Remix)
Posted by VMan on October 27, 2015
Pretty much since Apashe started making music he’s managed to create unique records. He’s continued to do so via Kannibalen Records, who released his latest EP Tank Girls, a two track project that shows off the producer’s diversity. The title track, a collaboration with the vocalist Zitaa, kicks things off with a bang. Apashe blasts us with ferociously seductive basslines atop a four-to-the-floor kick pattern, something that we don’t hear from Apashe too often. Safe to say, he nails it. “Commander” comes next with the help of Panther, a long time Kannibalen collaborator. He switches the sound to a more trap style, playing off Panther’s fiery rhymes. After the climax, Apashe drops listeners into a firing range they have to dance to survive in. “Commander” is unlike anything you’ve heard before.
Apashe – Tank Girls EP: Purchase on iTunes