Posted by VMan on August 19, 2015
After premiering their explosive Futuristic Thriller mix here with us at Fresh New Tracks, Black Tiger Sex Machine are back with their first remix. The masked Canadians took on “Sleep Now In The Fire,” the 1999 Rage Against The Machine single off The Battle of Los Angeles album. I don’t think the tigers could have picked a more appropriate song to remix, as the style and attitude fits right in line with what BTSM have been doing. With more soft styles at the forefront, Black Tiger Sex Machine have kept at pushing their hard electro style, which this remix embodies wholeheartedly. They’re on a surge to the top, and they aren’t going to stop until their rage revolution has taken over the game.
Bass, Electro-House, House | Apashe Turns Up The Heat With His “Pump This” Remix For Label Mate Snails
Posted by VMan on August 13, 2015
Apashe and Snails relationship goes back further than this remix. Both artists have been on the Kannibalen Records roster since it’s beginnings, and now they teamed up for something for the OWSLA crew. Last year, Snails and HeRobust dropped “Pump This” and took the world by storm. This year, remixes have been commissioned, with Apashe being one of the cat’s who had a stab at it. Let me tell you, he absolutely destroys the competition with his fiery interpretation that mixes heavy bass with his own brand of house. From beginning to end, Apashe will have you dancing with his multiform production that stays fresh the entire way through. Listen now, and grab the pre-order below if you want the track delivered to you on August 18th when the full EP drops.
iTunes Pre-Order: Snails & HeRobust – Pump This (Apashe Remix)
Electro-House, House, Mix | FNT Premiere: Black Tiger Sex Machine Bring Mad Max Into Dance Music With New Mix
Posted by VMan on August 6, 2015
Black Tiger Sex Machine, the masterminds behind Kannibalen Records, are premiering their tenth Futuristic Thriller mix with the FNT crew right here. For those of you who don’t know about their mix series, the Canadian trio put together a mix like normal, but integrate movie snippets for something truly special. This time around, they bring Mad Max into the mix for a thunderous forty-five minute long barrage of high-octane records ranging from the BTSM catalog, to fellow Kannibalen releases from Apashe, Lektrique and Haezer. Black Tiger Sex Machine just got done playing Lollapalooza where they rocked it, so make sure to hit up a show if they are playing in your area. Their live show is just as energetic as this wild mix!
Free Download: Black Tiger Sex Machine – Futuristic Thriller X
Electro-House, Future Trap, Jersey Club | Gorilla Bass Puts Amazing Future Bass Flip On DVBBS’ “Always”
Posted by VMan on July 22, 2015
Chicago’s Gorilla Bass absolutely destroyed this remix. Making it all his own and infusing those future bass vibes everyone seems to be loving these days, he definitely made his version better than the original. Check this tune and the rest of his open-format style remixes out the next time you go on a music discovery binge.
Posted by VMan on June 26, 2015
This weekend, Black Tiger Sex Machine are set to rock the Tripolee stage at Electric Forest. Once 10PM rolls around Sunday, the madness will ensue with the help of Slurpee and friends, who are putting together the first ever Great Glow. Part of the madness will be “Religion,” the trio’s latest track off their label Kannibalen Records. If you’re looking for face-melting electro, then this is the holy grail. They teamed up with their label mate Lektrique to bring as much energy and bass as possible, while also implementing orchestral elements into the song. Hold on tight, because this is one wild, and divine ride.
Posted by Tay on June 24, 2015
Remix competitions have always been a fun way to push producers to throw their own unique spin on a track, and help unearth hidden talent, and deadmau5 and Beatport did just that. The outspoken, mau5trap head honcho and Beatport teamed up to host a remix competition for Dillon Francis’ electro-influenced moombah remix of “Some Chords,” and Andrei Stephen delivered a gem. The Toronto-native was able to separate himself from the other entrants with his unique remix that could only be described as fusion between electro and future house. Stephen keeps the iconic chord progressions of the original, while weaving together big, booming bass lines with glitchy synth stabs and a heavy-hitting electro backbone to deliver a stunning product.
deadmau5: Some Chords (Andrei Stephen Remix): Beatport
Posted by jewcebox on June 17, 2015
At this year’s International Dance Music Awards at Miami Music Week, Hardwell raked in an incredible 5 awards including Best Compilation/Full-Length DJ mix that was given for “Revealed 5.” Heading into its 6th Volume this year, Hardwell’s Revealed compilation series has become an example of quality with every installment and this year’s follows in the same footsteps. Revealed Volume 6 is the finest big room tracks out there with names like Dannic, Tiesto & KSHMR, Dyro, Nom De Strip, and Hardwell composing the tracks that make up the compilation. Quite possibly his most impressive Revealed Volume yet, Hardwell is also just about to embark on a whirlwind EDC Week including a performance at EDC Las Vegas where he will then fly straight to Ibiza to kick off his new Hardwell’s Carnival concept. Revealed Volume 6 is out on June 19th and Hardwell has uploaded a minimix to give his fans a taste of what is exactly to be on the full compilation. Pre-orders are available now.