Albums, Electronic | The Glitch Mob – Love Death Immortality (Album Review)

Posted by on February 21, 2014

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Innovative electronic duo, The Glitch Mob have released their sophomore artist album “Love Death Immortality”. Following up their 2010 effort, “Drink The Sea”, Ed Ma “edIT”, Joshua Mayer “Ooah” and Justin Boreta “Boreta”, reinforce their standing within their own unique, niche electronic space that they have helped carve and have steadily grown with each passing release and show. The album shot all the way up to number two on the iTunes overall album charts, showing not only the dedication of their incredibly passionate fan base, but also the mass appeal that their sound has garnered despite it not being mainstream or commercial in anyway.


Hip-Hop, Mixtapes | YONAS – The Transition [Mixtape]

Posted by on June 25, 2012

The moment YONAS’ music first graced my ears, I knew I had come across a special individual.  That was a couple months before the Bronx, NY native had released his debut independent album, The Proven Theory.  At the time, I didn’t know much about YONAS outside what I had extracted from the few singles I had heard.  I went on his website and ordered myself a copy of his album.  When I received it in the mail a week later, packed & shipped from his managers apartment, I realized just how independent and driven this kid was.  Since then, The Proven Theory has not left the 10-disc visor folder in my car.  It’s my go to.

Several singles, remixes, and videos later, Y-O welcomes us to The Transition.  A comprehensive 15-track project featuring a contagious blend of hip-hop infused with electronic beats, hard hitting bass, and conceptual rhymes.  There’s no question YONAS is a bully in the booth, but he articulates his rhymes as well as any artist in the game.  He has flourished largely because of his versatile style and confidence to make the music he wants to make.  Featuring 7 previously released tracks, along with 8 brand new ones, this project has something for everyone.  Young Sinatra aka Logic, makes a guest spot on the tape along with one of YONAS’ idols, Brother Ali, as well as Scotty James.  Production credits due to Sean Divine (YONAS’s right hand man who has been credited with the majority of his original production to date), along with DJ Corbett, & Sean Ross among others.  For any new listener, keep an open mind and embrace the art YONAS has created.  This is a must download.  #TheTransition.

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DOWNLOAD: YONAS – The Transition [Mixtape] | Datpiff DL

Dubstep, Interviews, Mashups | Featured Artist: Exceed

Posted by on February 6, 2012

Exceed, aka Brett Stovall, is a DJ and Producer out of Austin, Texas. Having shared the stage with Tiesto, Rusko, Glitch Mob, Steve Aoki, Wolfgang Gartner and many other big names he is working his way to the top. Having seen him this past week and being blown away by his live performance I knew I had to hear more from this producer. Here is a little more about Exceed.

“Better known as the new breed of Texas DJ’s, Exceed aka Brett Stovall is not only known for his skills behind the decks and for his impeccable track selection, but also for the intense crowd connection he builds on every dance floor. That is what truly makes him stand out from the rest. Starting on the streets in 2003 this Texas born DJ has been holding down multiple residences from the age of 17. Since then he has become a Texas favorite and has taken the Electronic dance music scene by storm performing at clubs and raves all over the state as well as Ultra Music Festival, Nocturnal, Electric Daisy carnival and making appearances in Nevada, Florida, Colorado, Kansas, Maryland, Arkansas, Utah and Alaska.”

We were also able to ask a few questions to the Texas native about how he got into DJing as well as producing.

Read On for more.



Electro, House | Glitch Mob, Ken Loi, Afrojack & Co., Hardwell

Posted by on July 21, 2011

We all know Glitch Mob is awesome and the above video, though it is old, just confirms that. I saw them last night and they were insane. If you have not seen them yet on their summer tour, then buy a ticket right now.

This Ken Loi remix is not your usual house remix, but it works really well. The build is really smooth, incorporating various synth sounds, a steady bass and vocals to build to the great drop.
DOWNLOAD: Cobra Starship feat. Sabi – You Make Me Feel (Ken Loi Remix)

All Hardwell does is make massive remixes and singles. This one is no different. The build is typical Hardwell, with that hard driving bass and amazing synth work, but the drop is something else with some acid infused electro that takes the song to another level and shows his versatility.
DOWNLOAD: DJ Fresh ft. Sian Evans – Louder (Hardwell Remix)

This song has been out a few days, but I have been waiting on the vocal mix to release, but it hasn’t and I had to post this song, so here is the instrumental mix that is absolutely massive. It is what you would expect when names like this join together on one song. When the vocal mix releases, we will have it for you. This is just about a must download.
DOWNLOAD: Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Nervo – The Way We See The World (Tomorrowland Anthem Instrumental)

Uncategorized | Glitch Mob, Young Money, Yves Larock, and Bonus Material

Posted by on April 28, 2010

As I said a few days ago, I’m on a mission to expand everyone’s musical palettes through the dubstep genre. This is a relatively calm Glitch Mob track, but as the weeks progress we’ll start exploring some of the more intense (yet still bearable) dubstep sounds.
Download: The Glitch Mob – Drive It Like You Stole It (King Fantastic Remix)

Just when I thought every hip-hop, rap, or techno genre and sub genre had been exhausted for making remixes to Bedrock, I came across two more versions of this beat that surprisingly brought a unique sound to my speakers. (Note: use the search feature in the top right corner to find the other remixes)
Download: Young Money – Bed Rock (Emynd Pillow Bass Remix)
Download: Young Money – Bedrock (Dj Dark Intensity Remix)

Previously: The Hood Internet – DepRock (Young Money vs Javelin)
Previously: Young Money ft. Lloyd – Bedrock (Cure & Cause Remix)

Here are a few tracks from one of my all time favorite artists Yves Larock, who is best known for the song Rise Up. If you think a Caribbean electro vibe fused with some vocals would pique your ears interest, these songs are for you.
Download: Yves Larock – Million Miles (Radio Edit)
Download: Yves Larock – Glory feat. Fred Barrys

And some bonus tracks including a sick FNT EDIT:
Dave Darell – I Just Wanna Live (Deniz Koyu Remix)[FNT EDIT] FIRE
Darren Baile pres. Mark Lime & K Bastian & Damae – Ocean Of Love (Djs From Mars FM Remix)
Annie Lennox – Sing (Moto Blanco Radio Edit)