Bass, Electro | Kai Wachi Frees More “Demons” With BTSM, Liquid Stranger & More

Posted by on April 12, 2017

Kannibalen Records keeps up their hot release schedule with a fire new EP from Kai Wachi and company. Officially taking on remix duties were Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid. If you’re a fan of bass music, this EP will serve you like no other. BTSM’s signature ferocious style comes out in full with their electro take, while Liquid Stranger infuses some classic dub sounds into his flip. SQUNTO delivers a headbangers dream with a vibrant remix and NuKid gets groovy with one of the best remixes on the project. Check out all four today and get a copy of the EP. It’s well worth it.

Kai Wachi – Demons Remixes EP: Purchase

Dubstep | Fenech Soler – Demons (Minnesota Remix)

Posted by on February 1, 2012

I am dedicating this post to someone very close to me, they know who they are and thats all that matters. Your doubts and demons are only shadows of what you really are. Minnesota is one of my favorite producers, his California Dreamin’ remix is on of my favorite tracks. Demons by Fenech Soler is a great track to remix, and I am sure everyone is familiar with the Sigma remix. This remix from Minnesota is just as incredible as Sigma’s. The melodic vibe is kept the same, although I would argue Minnesota’s beat supports the vocals much better. This is all around another great remix.

DOWNLOAD: Fenech Soler – Demons (Minnesota Remix)

Dubstep | Afrojack, Grifta, Phesta, & Captain Panic! | DUBSTEP

Posted by on February 9, 2011


Shout out to Tim A. who sent us this picture of him wake boarding in a FNT tank, it’s a little hard to see but he’s definitely wearing it. I know the dubstep posts have been a little off recently but Jewcebox is finally back with a dubstep post to help you wobble through this Wednesday.

DOWNLOAD: Morgan Page – The Longest Road ft Lissie (Grifta Remix)

DOWNLOAD: Fenech-Soler – Demons (Sigma)

DOWNLOAD: Phesta ft Reija Lee – Run You Do wn

Only for those who enjoy heavy dubstep…
DOWNLOAD: Afrojack – Take Over Control (Captain PANIC! & Audiologic Remix)

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Hip-Hop | Lil Wayne- Do It Again

Posted by on November 7, 2010


Do you know why this sounds good? Because it’s being recorded by a sober Wayne. (Yes, this track was created during the time of the Carter III. Although I know he wasn’t “sober” during the album creating process, it’s clear that he was sober on this individual song. Just listen to his voice.) I know everyone is going to say, but “A”… All his creativity comes from drinking that horrendous cough syrup. False. It’s a new day for Wayne. If you’ve done some light reading like I have, you’ll know that Wayne can’t drink any alcoholic substances for the next three years under the terms of his probation.

Here’s what I expect to happen in the coming months. Either Wayne will be able to fight his demons, clean house at “Young Money”, and sober up, or he’ll fall back into his old ways and rot away in jail for a few more years. Although I expect the latter to happen, I don’t actively wish it on him. Which brings me to another point.

What’s up with everyone saying “Welcome Home Weezy”? Do you really think he reads your Facebook status update or your blog? We’re talking about Lil Wayne. We’re talking about someone who can’t even cut their own steak because they’re so lazy focused on music. I doubt he’s even capable of surfing the internet.

My point is, why are we actively glorifying someone who is a convicted felon? Why do we act like him coming home is a bigger deal than all the important political and social issues that are going on in the world right now? I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t want to be friends with Lil Wayne. Who wants to be associated with someone who commits crimes and was a former addict? Maybe I’ve missed the boat, but that’s just how I see it.

Bottom line, we shouldn’t be putting these “artists” on a pedestal. They’re people just like you and I (minus the criminal record) that happen to have a knack for making music. The only reason they’re in the position that they’re in is because of fans. So next time you exalt an artist to “god-like” status, and think about welcoming them home like you would a personal friend, ask yourself whether or not they’re worthy of your admiration and attention.

Lil Wayne- Do It Again