Posted by BIGLIFE on October 22, 2014
Workout Motivation, we all needed once in a while. Leave it to DOSVEC to put together an hour long mix that will surely give you the motivation when needed. The mix from start to finish is energetic with a good amount of Pop Music that will surely quench any Mainstream listener but still get the juices flowing for the EDM heads.
Posted by jewcebox on October 20, 2014
Kap Slap is back with one of the biggest party tracks we’ve heard in a while. We’ve seen some artists take classic tracks like “We Will Rock You” and try to reinvent them with the electronic sounds of today, but we’ve never quite seen one as crazy as this edit. All hail Kap Slap.
Posted by BIGLIFE on October 14, 2014
Combining Episode #13, 14 & 15 this months “A.D.D.” Radio show is a quick pace 70 minutes (15 minutes longer than his usual 55 minute radio show BUT who’s going to complain about an extra 15 minutes of jams) 23 tracks that will keep you warm with the colder weather on its way.
Posted by BIGLIFE on October 7, 2014
Rolling back into Deep House territory, Dosvec takes us on a journey from the deepest waters to the most beautiful sunlit beaches. Combining a stellar cover of Tove Lo’s ‘Habits’ by Youtuber Julia Westlin with Deep House gem ‘Let’s Go’ by Sonny Fodera & Cervendos, ‘Let’s Stay High’ keeps you in a trance with it’s extended feel and honeyed vocals.
‘Let’s Stay High’ is so good in fact that it almost feels like Dosvec is some kind of supernatural musical robot from another dimension who can combine any two or more songs and artists to make something for the unworthy masses to dance their asses off to. If there was any problem that I had with this song, it’s that it’s just not long enough…like this write up.
I could probably go on and on about how much I truly love ‘Let’s Stay High’, I could break it down note by note, kick by kick, but I’ll just let the music speak for itself. This is one you truly do not want to miss.
Posted by BIGLIFE on October 1, 2014
Few artists can pull off a quality mashup nowadays. It seems as though those times are over or, at the very least, numbered. Most of the glorious mashup DJ’s from the turn of the decade recognize this and are attempting to transition into original pieces. Sadly, few make it. However, Jack Eye Jones, a master of the original track trade, comes from the other side of the spectrum. Perhaps that’s why he can craft songs like “Latch For Life” and get away with it. The guy has a knack for these mashups so lend this track an ear. And for the snobby folks who refuse to consume inbred works, tune into my favorite Latch remix by Teemid.
And for good measure, my favorite Latch remix…
Posted by BIGLIFE on September 22, 2014
This track was screaming to be slowed down, for obvious reasons (slower booty moving = longer video). The focus at the beginning is Iggy’s vocal but then changes over to a great chop up of both Iggy & J.Lo’s vocal on the second hook. Once you listen to “Booty” at 100bpm it will make you wonder why the original didn’t release at this speed.
Posted by jewcebox on September 18, 2014
Well it looks like was the first to get his hands on the Chainsmoker’s “Kanye” acapella and we’re damn glad he did. As usual, Trademark absolutely crushed this mashup. Free download in the player below!