Posted by jewcebox on April 4, 2017
Festival season is upon us and no one better to call upon than our two-wheeled friends over at Solé Bicycles. These guys are no strangers to all things summer, and they couldn’t have found a better artist to curate their newest mix of the Fixtape collection.
Hot off a Main Stage performance at Ultra Music Festival, Sam Feldt at 23 years young has already had a career most DJs could ask for in a career. But that doesn’t stop Sam from continuing to put out some of the most talked about tracks, including his latest release with Hook N Sling.
Let this mix help you put winter in the rear view mirror.
Posted by jewcebox on February 28, 2017
Highlight 1: His picks for future stars in dance music are ATTLAS, Cashmere Cat, Alison Wonderland, Marshmello, Mark Johns, and Martin Garrix.
Highlight 2: Medved is an avid fan of the Berlin house scene and two of his favorite artists in the scene are Nico Stojan and Unders.
Highlight 3: Shaman house is a term he made up that describes house music at a 118-122 bpm level that uses tribal and spiritual sounds.
Highlight 4: He played Sunburn festival in India and some kid said he was his favorite trap DJ when he did not in fact play the genre.
Highlight 5: He believes Donal Trump’s presidency is “Un-PLUR” and that artist should use their platforms to mobilize people like Chance the Rapper did getting people to the polls.
Posted by APM on January 17, 2017
Following a massive 2016, Kap Slap is back with a new installment of his famous hour long mixes. Leading off with his monster mashup “Heathens Love Theives”, this mix is chalk full of Kap Slap’s signature mashups and hard charging remixes. Kap Slap leads into 2017 with “no resolutions” after being named one of BPM’s artists to watch in 2017, announcing massive festivals like “Hangout Fest” and wrapping up 2016 with the massive release of “Felt This Good.” Keep your head on a swivel friends because Kap is teasing new originals and tour dates weekly.
Posted by jewcebox on December 15, 2016
Posted by Meezy on October 24, 2016
So… Jack Rabbit gets evil huh? This mix is creepy as hell, but good, really good. With some of the darkest music we’ve heard accompanied by various creepy movies quotes, this mix perfectly sets the mood for these days leading up to Halloween. We had no idea that the rabbit had this side to him, seeing as all of his previous mixes are so jolly and playful… his range in music taste is impressive.
All of his previous mixes HERE
Posted by jewcebox on October 7, 2016
This year’s biggest breakout artist, Gryffin, is currently breaking the mold in the music-sphere by magnifying the use of live instrumentation in his performances, alongside a string of releases that continue to redefine the melodic house domain. The Los Angeles-based artist is not only responsible for one of the biggest singles of the year, “Heading Home,” but he’s been able to strengthen his legacy time and time again with every release. Now, after boosting his reputation with his widely-received sophomore single, “Whole Heart” ft. Bipolar Sunshine, Gryffin is now preparing for an eponymous fall tour, sided by a brand new Flight Log 004 that features his recent Diplo & Friends guest mix.
This recent Flight Log once again sets a high bar in Gryffin’s musical treasury, leading into the mix with a ceaseless spread of up-and-coming house artists before taking us into a layout of future bass features.
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Posted by Meezy on October 5, 2016
Jack Rabbit is back, this time with a little slower hop than normal. Session 009 is super laidback and dreamy… and as he claims in the bio, “could definitely set the mood for some romantic endeavors.” Although the change of pace, we still love the mix. It truly shows his range in music taste and was executed very well. Jack Rabbit never fails to impress. Make sure to support and come back in two weeks for more.