Posted by VMan on May 4, 2016
For fans of Blade, Black Tiger Sex Machine’s new music video for “NUMBERS” may conjure up some nostalgia. The reason for that is because this sci-fi music video is a reinterpretation of the opening scene of the 1998 Marvel film, although they cut out the blood spurting from the ceiling. BTSM have taken that scene and made it their own, in their own universe that they have been building with their label Kannibalen Records. The “NUMBERS” video pays homage to not only blade, but warehouse style raves that put dance music on the map, as well as a little hat tip to Star Wars by way of their own unique lightsaber. Check all that and more in the video, and make sure to head to iTunes to grab their debut LP, Welcome To Our Church, if you haven’t already.
Black Tiger Sex Machine – NUMBERS: Purchase on iTunes
Posted by VMan on April 28, 2016
No Funks Given are quickly establishing themselves as a fresh and funny duo in the dance music scene. Their social media is nothing like I’ve ever seen, and their music, in particular, their latest single “Flavor Town,” show off their sense of humor and their high-energy sound. From the intro we get an ethereal vibe with a unique sound that flows up into a climactic drop where we meet Guy Fieri. “Let’s make bangers” is his sign on, then No Funks Given hits us with some hard bass. Instead of hanging out with guy, the California duo moves on to meet up with the Jaboody Dubs version of Guy for the rest of the track as they dish out some insane melodies and keep the bass just as gritty. The song gets better and better as time elapses. “Flavor Town” has been released for free, so all you need to do is head to the link below!
No Funks Given – Flavor Town: Free Download
Posted by VMan on March 29, 2016
Back around Halloween, Kannibalen Records released a song by the name of “Unicorn” that featured the German artist Le Shuuk. After a successful release of that wild tale, the European producer is back with the Kannifam for another release, this time with “Evil.” Kannibalen is known for their energetic dark tracks, which is why they had to hop on this one. “Evil” is an electro house track that I could see tearing up the festival circuit this Spring and Summer. It’s a unique song that has a bit of edge to it, freeing up the crowd to truly let loose and rage. There’s one sound in particular that is really blowing my mind, which is that wailing synth that sort of sounds like a malevolent elephant. There are plenty of other intriguing sounds, so give “Evil” a listen and head over to the link below for the purchase.
Le Shuuk – Evil: Purchase on iTunes
Posted by VMan on March 8, 2016
The South African producer Haezer has a lot going on right now. He’s just released an EP through Kannibalen Records, he’s announcing his European tour, and he’s just purchased a club in Cape Town that has already seen DJs like Skrillex and Habstrakt. Release wise, Haezer dropped his Hard Rollers EP, a three track project that features his illustrious collaboration with Russian producer Proxy. The EP features Haezer’s dark electro crossover style that he has continuously been shaping since signing with Kannibalen. Each of these tracks would be killer live, which must be why Haezer is itching to get started with his European tour that will start in Switzerland in April. Check out the dates below, and make sure to head over to iTunes to grab this dope EP.
23/04 – Dark Room: Luzern, Switzerland
29/04 – Smoke N Cherry: Landshut, Germany
30/04 – So Not Berlin: Munich, Germany
04/05 – Warehouse w/ Borgore: St. Pölten, Austria
05/05 – Batofar: Paris, France
06/05 – Ruhestörung: Kufstein, Austria
12/05 – Beat Definition: Ilemenau, Germany
13/05 – Dirty Trip: Hamburg, Germany
14/05 – Sky Club: Leipzig, Germany
19/05 – Les Electropicales, Saint-Denis, La Réunion
+ More dates TBA
Haezer – Hard Rollers EP: Purchase on iTunes
Posted by VMan on February 2, 2016
Black Tiger Sex Machine’s highly anticipated debut album is finally here. Welcome To Our Church is an epic collection of tracks that goes beyond just music. Together, they portray the post-apocalyptic universe that the Kannibalen mythos finds itself within. Don’t expect this to be the only tales that come out of the Kannibalen Records camp depicting their legends through music. Twelve tracks, including an intro and outro are what make up this massive album, with collaborations from nearly all the KanniFam, including Apashe, Dabin, Kai Wachi, Lektrique and Karluv Klub. Whether you’re a fan of dubstep, electro, or even techno, BTSM have you covered with this project. Welcome To Our Church starts off strong, but just keeps getting better as you move towards the end. This LP is a must have, and iTunes has you covered. Last thing to note, get ready for a music video in the coming months for one of the tracks!
Black Tiger Sex Machine – Welcome To Our Church LP: Purchase on iTunes
Electro-House, Hip-Hop, House, Rap | Haezer Delivers Underground Crossover Anthem With “You Feel Me”
Posted by VMan on January 20, 2016
South Africa has some great artists coming out of its cities, but Haezer is someone who is really holding it down in the electronic scene. His techno/electro crossovers are some of the most solid underground club tracks that dance music has seen in a while. His newest fits more the electro style, but he enlists emcee Born I to turn things up with a hot verse that adds a whole other dimension to the track. For all the industry people who wear “all black everything” this song is made for you. Rap and dance music have been steadily put together more and more over the past year, but Haezer and Born I have just set a high bar for anything coming out in the future. Because of its unique and surprisingly catchy sound, this one is well worth its purchase price.
Purchase on iTunes: Haezer feat. Born I – You Feel Me
Posted by jewcebox on January 16, 2016
Last night, Hardwell celebrated, yet another, major career milestone, as his iconic “Hardwell on Air” radio show commemorated its 250th edition with a special two-hour live performance from the Revealed Recording boss himself, in addition to the hour-long radio show hand-curated by Hardwell. “Hardwell on Air” has not only served as a platform for the Dutch star to premiere his own music to his fans, but it has also been a launching pad for the careers of a number of future Revealed Recording stars, like Julian Calor and Thomas Newson. The special two-hour live broadcast of “Hardwell on Air 250” featured Hardwell alongside a host of special guests, and premiered a number of unreleased IDs, so check out the first hour of the radio show above.