Posted by jewcebox on April 23, 2013
Up and comer Dotcom releases his latest dubstep infused remix giving yet another hip hop track new life. Dotcom’s remixes are some of the most consistent and quality remixes anyones putting out, period. We’ve said it before, but this kid is 100% about to explode onto the scene. Below is his latest release along with an extra bonus track, a remix of Will.I.Am & Brittney Spears hit, “Scream & Shout.”
Posted by Jess on January 27, 2013
Recently came across Nexus, an extremely dope producer based out of South Florida. Although released a month ago, his song “Supernova” caught my ear the most (which was premiered recently on VIBE). The melodies in the song are incredible and coupled with the heavy bass, this song is like an unexpected adventure for your ears. I also included his song “Radiant” as a bonus. If you like what you hear, be sure to check out more of Nexus’ music on Soundcloud.
Free Download: Nexus – Supernova
Bonus Download: Nexus – Radiant
Posted by LoffyG on January 16, 2013
Earlier today G-Eazy let loose the visuals for his collaboration with rapper/producer Dj Carnage, and I must say this is nothing less than a banger! It was originally featured as a bonus track on G-Eazy’s recent mixtape release “Must Be Nice“, as well as Dj Carnage’s project “Stoop Kid”, which featured an extra verse from Carnage. This definitely serves as a track that you’d play at high volume while partying with some alcohol induced lady friends to get things jumpin’. It has a very similar vibe to Mike Stud’s collaboration with Dj Carnage on “Athlete” so if you like this take a listen to that as well. Watch the booty filled video and grab the free mp3 below!
Posted by Mach on October 21, 2012
This isn’t really Trap, it’s called Trill, but I doubt a lot of people know what Trill is. LeGinge, like a sponge, absorbed my mind with this remix. It is the embodiment of peace of the mind, once the piano comes in you have reached nirvana. The rest is just bonus beauty.
Posted by Spice on October 9, 2012
Greetings, Trance Family. I trust this post finds you well. While this particular family member is still reeling from a positively massive (to borrow Armin’s favorite word) few days — Jochen Miller and Armin van Buuren on Thursday; Above & Beyond on Saturday — it is now time to move past the weekend and pay homage to a sampling of the glorious releases that have dropped in the past week. And glorious they truly are.
First up is the remix package for the stunning “I’ll Listen,” a song that may seem languid and understated at first but which proves wickedly catchy upon subsequent listens. Never doubt the diabolical tendencies of Armin. Check out John O’Callaghan’s “dark” mix above and then join me in trance heaven after the jump.
Posted by Spice on July 3, 2012
Team OWSLA coming in hot this morning with a little pre-holiday gift for everyone — a free, bonus remix package for two of the tracks on Porter Robinson’s Spitfire. I’ve been (im)patiently awaiting the release of Lazy Rich’s heavy, energetic remix of “Vandalism” for the past four months, so this was quite a pleasant surprise. Dirtyloud also takes on “Vandalism,” putting a dark and gritty spin on the track by folding in some ferocious synths. Finally, Bjorn Akesson’s unexpectedly pitch-perfect trance reboot of “Spitfire” is lush and haunting and might be the darkhorse best in show. The Swedish up-and-comer deftly builds off of Porter’s chord progressions to create an innovative and tightly-produced remix that sounds utterly fresh and ready for ASOT or TATW. Frankly, it reminds me a lot of “Je Envie De Toi,” which is high praise. Who knew that the glitchy, vaguely sinister “Spitfire” could lend itself so well to trance?
Free Download from Beatport: Porter Robinson – Spitfire (Bonus Remixes)
Posted by A on June 5, 2012
Continuing to cash-in on the dance craze that’s sweeping the hip-hop world, Usher teams up with Coachella headliners Swedish House Mafia to create a stand-out single that will have Parisian-prince, David Guetta, likely pouting in a corner over SHM making the album and his tracks only making the bonus cuts.