Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Take On Deadmau5 & Rob Swire With New Remix

Posted by on July 30, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy keeps the heat going strong in 2018 with another amazing remix. Instead of dipping back in time for another throwback, they’ve flipped Deadmau5 and Rob Swire’s “Monophobia” that just came out earlier this month. The twins show undoubtedly why they deserve your attention with this remix. They’ve got a ton of great tracks, but this one sticks out as one of their best. I wouldn’t be surprised if Deadmau5 and Rob themselves give this one some love and praise. It’s that good.

Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – “A.D.D.” Radio Episode #17

Posted by on March 5, 2015

With Spring right around the corner DOSVEC delivers a brilliant “A.D.D.” show that combines some classic progressive house tunes with some current deep house and to end the show a funky twist to Galantis “Runaway”.

The show runs 54 minutes and will make any downtime you have blow right by. So what you waiting for – Press PLAY and let’s bring in Spring PROPER

FYI | Why Krewella’s Billboard Op-Ed Missed The Mark

Posted by on December 8, 2014

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Every blog is talking about it. Earlier today, Jahan of Krewella released an exclusive Op-Ed via Billboard (with an insanely manipulative click-bait title) that addressed the recent lawsuit and breakup of EDM’s crossover supergroup. There real story here isn’t even the personally penned piece. It’s how Jake Udell continues to gain this kind of traction online for his clients, but I digress.

In the beginning of the Op-Ed, Jahan describes Krewella as “the most hated group in the electronic dance music scene” which isn’t far from the truth at the moment. It’s a shame considering their meteoric rise. However, it’s a lesson everyone should understand: perception is reality in the dance space. While the jury is still out on whether the sisters are responsible for pushing Kris out or not (we’re not making any claims either way) they have an image problem and it seems evident Krewella knows this. That’s why they posted this carefully calculated (tone-def) op-ed on Billboard today to quell some of the backlash.

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Electro-House, House | Deadmau5 – Strobe (Prince Fox 15K Stock Edit Pack)

Posted by on August 26, 2014

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Prince Fox has been slaying the game recently, and everyone’s been wondering where are all the dope edits he’s been playing on his sets??! Well, to celebrate his recent recognition from fans and the industry, Prince Fox is releasing a “private stock” edit pack for free download to give back. ‘Strobe’ has always been a top favorite of mine since it was reworked by MOTM back in ’10 so it only seems right to share this find with you all. If you love this edit, get the rest of his stock pack for free here.

FYI | Wildstylez Rips Off Deadmau5 “Some Chords”

Posted by on February 21, 2014

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Dutch hardstyle producer Wildstylez (why does every hardstyle producer replace s with z in their name) recently released his tune “Straightfoward”, fitting in its own right, that just takes the chords from Deadmau5’s “Some Chords” and drags and drops them into his own tune. To quote deadmau5, wildstylz did not just take “some chords”, but all of them, in the same order, which makes this as bad as it could possibly be. I would not say this is on the level of will.i.steal, but it is pretty damn close damn close. Deadmau5 can be a prick sometimes, but he also isn’t afraid to speak his mind and going after someone who blatantly copied his song. I would say listen for yourself, but it is so obvious you will hear it the immediately.

Here is a solution. The damage has been done for both sides, bridges burned, images tarnished in the eyes of the other. However out of respect for deadmau5, because this would never go to trial, Wildstylez could pull the tune from iTunes, release it as a free download and credit deadmau5. The track is on his label so he doesn’t have too many hurdles to jump through. This will probably never happen, but I tried.

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Electro | Eekkoo – Eekkoo EP

Posted by on December 22, 2013

Eekkoo - Eekkoo EPHailing from Montreal, the Canadian producer releases a three track EP on the only label that seems fit for his music, deadmau5’s mau5trap. Eekkoo provides a wide variety of plucks, piano stabs and distorted synths over a common theme of fat bass lines, creating a hypnotic piece of dance music from start to finish. While it may be considered a bit close to “deadmau5 style”, Eekkoo has his own sound that has earned the praise of the big boss himself.

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Chill, Mix | Easy Like Sunday Morning

Posted by on October 13, 2013

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Happy Sunday Funday, y’all. I’ve been increasingly overwhelmed lately with the amount of good music accumulating out there in the universe so I’ve found bundling them up in little care packages to be the best solution to curing all the quiet moments in your day to day routine. Today’s playlist is a low-key musical journey to keep you feeling light and carefree throughout the entirety of your day.

A little indie, a little house, some trill-electro hip-hop reworks and one Drake and one Mr. Carmack track, because what would a playlist be these days without that.

So open up your windows and let the fresh air and sun shine on in. Make yourself a hearty breakfast, stay in bed, read an old book, take a walk, say something nice to the people you care about, turn on some football, spend an extra 15 minutes playing with your dog, or don’t do anything at all. Except play this mix, on repeat.

I wanna be high, so high, I wanna be free to know
The things I do are right
I wanna be free
Just me, babe!
That’s why I’m easy
I’m easy like sunday morning…