Bass, Electro, Electro-House, House | Black Tiger Sex Machine’s Debut LP Is More Than Just Music

Posted by on February 2, 2016

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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 on January 20, 2016

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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

Electro-House | Hardwell on Air Celebrated a Major Milestone with a 2-Hour Live Performance + More

Posted by on January 16, 2016

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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.

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Electro-House | Young Thug – Best Friend (Trentino Remix)

Posted by on January 12, 2016

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Trentino’s latest is a electro-house/bass house remix of Young Thug’s “Best Friend”. Known for his future house remixes and originals like “I’ve Been To The Future”, Trentino is making a name for himself in the DJ scene out west after already conquering Chicago. A 2013 Red Bull Thre3style U.S. Champion, this guy has skills for days behind the decks. Watch his incredible winning performance and expert DJ skills here. As 2016 goes on, expect to see his name more often and for a sound that is always continuing to push boundaries and evolve.

Electro-House | Hardwell Delivers Stunning Remix of “Gerudo Valley” from Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Posted by on December 2, 2015


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Video games and dance music have always gone hand-in-hand. Games like Minecraft are frequented by the likes of deadmau5, and Minecraft’s founder, Notch, is known for throwing parties featuring the likes of Skrillex and Zedd, who are both outspoken fans of the PC game. With The 2015 Game Awards touching down in Los Angeles at the start of December, a number of stand-out dance music artists have been commissioned for remixes of songs from classic games, like Hardwell, who has unveiled his remix of Gerudo Valley from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Giving the remix his signature touch, Hardwell turns “Gerudo Valley” into a main stage banger that will surely dominate next year’s festival season around the world.

Electro-House, House | Cyberpunkers & Far Too Loud Bring The Big Guns With “Ready To Blast”

Posted by on November 23, 2015


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I think it’s safe to say electro is making a comeback. Cyberpunkers and Far Too Loud are helping in large part, and so is Kannibalen Records, who just today released a single from the two aforementioned artists. “Ready To Blast” is an electrifying creation that you’re likely to hear at all the upcoming winter festivals. It’s got the energy and hype that can be found in numerous anthemic records. Each artist’s flavors can be tasted in this boisterous production that isn’t for the faint of heart. Both drops are absolutely killer, but each hit a bit different. Suffice to say, you’ll be raging throughout the entire song from start to finish. If you are “Ready To Blast,” then head over to iTunes below and get the single for yourself. It’s definitely worth it.

Cyberpunkers x Far Too Loud – Ready To Blast: Purchase on iTunes

Electro, Electro-House, House, Trap | Apashe Leads The Fight Against Generic EDM With Tank Girls EP

Posted by on October 27, 2015

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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