Posted by dshaq on July 11, 2014
If you’re new to the whole Jersey club scene and are curious about why Nurse Joy and Officer Jenny, as well as confused as to what the phrase “Turtle on that booty” means, have no fear, it’s just who Trippy Turtle is. Voyaging away from the usual R&B remix, Trippy decides to give us his theme song, which is produced so cleanly and smooth. Along side the Pokemon characters, we see cameos made by Cashmere Cat, RiFF RAFF, Pink Panther, Booty Beaver, Drippy Dolphin, and more. A lot of weirdness in the video, but it works. In order to get the most out of your Trippy Turtle experience, make sure to watch the video. Also, TWRK decided to do a little remix of this fine track as well which will be for your listening enjoyment below so check both out. FOFOFADi
Posted by VMan on July 9, 2014
Shout out to DJCity for sending over their latest interview with Just Blaze! Having met the veteran legendary producer a few weeks ago, and hearing the man speak the truth on the current state of the music scene, and his transition into the DJ realm, I felt the need to share this. I had a chance to catch him live in Miami, as he filled in for a set after Kaytranada, and I can tell you for a fact the man does more than push buttons, going as far as beatboxing on the mic when the sound system accidentally shut off, to keep the party going! Respect to DJCity, and respect to Just Blaze! This is a must watch interview!
Posted by jewcebox on June 4, 2014
The streets of New York are singing. Axwell /\ Ingrosso have debuted the sounds of a new song and have hit the streets of Manhattan to partake in the world’s first silent song premiere. The duo, set to co-headline Governor’s Ball this Sunday alongside Outkast, Vamipre Weekend and The Strokes, have cloaked the city in lyric lines from a forthcoming single, a mix & match scavenger hunt for all to take part in. On discovery fans have been posting the lyrics via Twitter and Instagram to reveal a lyric map for all to follow online.
As for the rest of the world, we await the postman. 5,000 fortunate fans will receive a first look into the dawn of Axwell /\ Ingrosso. Personalized letters, sheet music, and scratch-off lottery cards with the chance to win a fly-away trip are on route to the homes of fans in more than 30 countries worldwide. A select very few will receive limited edition poster prints and t-shirts.
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Posted by VMan on May 15, 2014
It’s Thursday night, I’m thirsty, I got paid, I’m waiting on some exciting news, and I’m ready to party, so thank you mr DJ Dan for providing the funk, and the beat to get me pumped for the night that’s to come with your latest album “Nothing But A Party,” and in case you didn’t know who DJ Dan is, he’s an OG in the Dance scene, so respect your elders and educate yourself, but don’t focus too hard, let yourself be taken away by the funk and enjoy yourselves! This ain’t nothing but a party! This is a must listen and support by purchasing the album on Beatport.
Beatport: DJ Dan – Nothing But A Party
Posted by Grubeats on April 29, 2014
After months of teasers, singles, videos, sold out shows, & of course Timeflies Tuesday’s, Cal and Rez come together to deliver their latest full-length LP, After Hours. With an independent spirit still instilled in their minds, the Tufts born duo kept the majority of the project organic, leaving the vocals up to Cal and the production on Rez’s plate. Having said that, Cal did lend the mic to hip-hop’s honorary MC, Fabolous, for a verse on “Fall” as well as the king of auto tune, T-Pain, on “Somebody Gon Get It”. Private university kids putting out big time records!
Music game Jelly Belly’s – the album contains flavors from a variety of genres. Pop, hip-hop, electro, country, folk, and just about anything else you can think of. Their sound is unique, smooth, and on pace with any other mainstream artist/group in the game. In the scope of life, time certainly does fly, but when you’re waiting on an album like this, it almost feels like the clock is stopped. Wait no more and grab the iTunes download with enough time to turn up before Timeflies hits your city on their After Hours tour.
Purchase on iTunes: Timeflies – After Hours [Album]
Posted by jeffwbaird on April 28, 2014
One of the great teases in our society of late is the ease with which many assume they’ll attain rap stardom. With the growing diversity of emcees’ backgrounds, and, more importantly, the lowering bar of the skill necessary to receive that long-coveted record deal, we’ve entered a time when many think it’s totally plausible they’ll make it big with their rhymes. And that scares me. I’m all for artistic expression, but when an artist is after fame and not necessarily making music for expression’s sake or as a result of their love for the craft, it’s clear. And because the former happens to be the vast majority of what makes up my inbox, here’s a chance for you to learn what the alternative sounds like.
B.Love (one-third of the FNT favorite Suns of Society), is a Cali-based rapper/songwriter/producer with a tremendous amount of versatility, and a desire to keep his sound authentic and unaffected by the industry’s love to keep artist’s boxed in and conformed to a specific sound. On his latest mixtape, Who Says?, B.Love produced the entire thing (with the help of some close friends and colleagues, including Benny Blanco and One Love) and tried to keep the record hard to describe and as broad in sound as possible. The result is a project that—while less unified by consistency in sound—is certainly consistent in terms of its experimentation and the fact that every track sounds like it was made exactly how B.Love intended. It’s a reminder that music is a passion for all of us, first and foremost, and whether or not you come out at the other end as marketable and easily packaged as would be ideal for making that shot at the big time shouldn’t be why you’re doing it. If you’re making records like this, then I have no reason to be scared at all. You can find Who Says? in full for free right here, or support the movement and make the financial gesture here.