Posted by VMan on October 1, 2015
Unsure what to listen to for the day? Start your morning with an all trap everything minimix courtesy of certified tastemaker and All Trap Music owner and founder Jikay, so you know it’s going to be lit. Premiered on Clash Music, press play, and hear all the hottest trap records in the cut, no this isn’t Diplo & Friends, this is All Trap Volume 4 minimix, so get with the program, and get this compilation on iTunes tomorrow, featuring Baauer, UZ, Flosstrodamus, RL Grime, Carnage, Troyboi, Stooki Sound, Mr Carmack and more!
iTunes: All Trap Volume 4
Posted by VMan on September 29, 2015
Kid Kamillion is a name you’ve probably come around. His name has floated around festival lineups and on various dance music related websites over the years, but his latest tune, “Bad Mouth,” featuring Jesse Slayter and released via Uprise Music, blows past KK releases out of the water.
A certain mixture of a 128 electro tempo and grinding, intense trap sounds is what frames this tune so well. Kid Kamillion, please give us more.
Posted by jewcebox on September 29, 2015
Duke Dumont is one of the most exciting artists in today’s music landscape. As a live performance act in the dance music realm, the UK hit maker has been growing by leaps and bounds, and he always manages to continue churning out songs that have mass appeal. His recent single, “Ocean Drive,” which just received its visual companion, has taken the internet by storm since its unveiling a couple of months ago, and it’s now getting revitalized with a remix by Alison Wonderland. The Aussie producer/DJ/vocalist has given “Ocean Drive” a bass-heavy makeover, using horns, strings, and huge 808 kicks to support the originals’ vocals. The remix will be released on Thursday, October 15th.
Posted by VMan on September 23, 2015
YUP is a dope example of the borderless scene electronic music exsists in today. Based out of South Korea, the solo DJ has dropped a new trap EP which showcases his generally heavy style. “Fuck It,” goes hard. “Rolly Polly” being the more intense of the two.
YUP is already known for his live shows and high skill in mixing, he won a DJ Competition in Seattle which is saying something.
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2015
Last year, Apashe of Kannibalen Records released a single called “No Twerk” that spawned thousands of home-made dance videos from people around the world, with Russians strongly getting in on the action particularly. Since then, Apashe has decided to create a VIP of the track that brings a little more energy, along with a visually stunning music video that has just the right amount of booty in it. Panther, who was featured on label mate Lektrique’s single “Spark” is again featured on the record, along with Odalisk. Despite the track name, from the actual sonic content of the song and it’s twerky style, it’s safe to say that romp shaking is encouraged. Check out the stream above, and the music video below. Word on the internet has it that Apashe will be releasing an EP in the Fall, so stay tuned for that!
Purchase on iTunes: Apashe – No Twerk VIP (feat. Panther & Odalisk)
Posted by VMan on September 14, 2015
A lot of producers are making similar sounding music as of late but Fight Night is going out of there way to craft a sound true to themselves, without any limits or hesitations. If you haven’t already heard the guys debut single “Call Me Back” check it out here, after that be sure to scope out their new single “Follow Through” below now – don’t forget to pick up your free copy of the track while you’re at it!