Posted by Spice on January 21, 2014
Consummate genre-defiers The M Machine are back with a monster of a track for this snowy afternoon. With hypnotic, choppy vocals and masterfully blended elements of techno, electro-house, and dubstep, “Superflat” manages to jack up the energy level while still sounding markedly different in that tried-and-true M Machine way.
Beatport: The M Machine – Superflat
Posted by J-Tiffy on December 30, 2013
Madness – pure madness. I first heard this little piece of magic in The M Machine’s mix for OWSLA After Dark (My favourite mix of the year). It’s such a creative musical venture that it makes my head spin. Suspense is built well with an entertaining intro and build that introduces the beat. The power of the beat at 1:45 is Godzilla-sized. With a moombahish pattern and encompassing bass, it really takes me over. Then, out of no where, the song picks up into a wicked drum and bass shuffle.
The whole song is amazing in many ways, but as a friend pointed out to me, the most impressive illusion created here is that of depth. The sounds compliment each other perfectly, but it feels as though they do so from a distance. And width – I’m not sure that I’ve ever heard sound so wide. Huge, low bass and long, wide sounds add to the illusion. Without adding an overwhelming amount of sounds, these legendary artists have created a sound that is extremely full. This song is way entertaining and displays some next level engineering. Bravo guys, this is brilliant stuff.
Posted by J-Tiffy on December 23, 2013
One cool thing that happened to me this year was that I got hired on to write for FNT. I have followed this website for years and it has led me to mountains of great music. I’m glad that I now have the opportunity to share music with the website. This year I became a bigger fan of mixes; I love to see what artists can do when given an extended period of time within which they can be creative. Below is the list of 10 mixes that I liked the most from this past year, with some other mixes mentioned at the end that didn’t make this list based on who knows what. The list is more or less ranked in order, with mix #1 definitely being my favourite. If you don’t want to listen to all of the mixes, and don’t care what I have to say about them, then skip ahead and at least listen to the number 1 mix – Space Jams by The M Machine (hence the above, cool picture of those guys). Thanks for supporting the website by visiting it, thanks for supporting artists and their music, and thanks for reading our posts.
Posted by Spice on October 2, 2012
This monster of a track tops Black Sun Empire’s recent album From the Shadows, and I’ve got to say that it’s a total killer. No surprise there — when you put together two Dutch trios known for dark and dirty drum n’ bass, you’re going to get something that takes it to the next level. Black Sun Empire have been in the game for almost twenty years and their longstanding mastery of the breaks is on full display in “Feed the Machine” — this track basically sounds like South London in 1995, but with higher production value. This is a must have for all DnB fans. If you’re loving this, check out the album in full — it’s a behemoth, weighing in at an astonishing 28 tracks, but should be well worth it for any true diehards.
Posted by Mach on August 2, 2012
This cover has led me to do research on Gemini, turns out this is him singing on this track. Gemini actually sings on most of his music which I had no idea it was him (because he sounds really close to a woman). On this cover, Gemini used much less autotune than he usually does. Although he sounds like Florence and the Machine, he truly does have an incredible voice. The instrumental work is always something to try to compete with, his Piano work is beautiful. This is a pleasant surprise from Gemini.
House, Preview | Fedde Le Grand Preview, Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out (Benny Benassi Mix)
Posted by Middy on October 6, 2011
Fedde Le Grand who just makes hits, has another on his hands with this remix of Coldplay’s recent single “Paradise” off of their recent album. No word on release, but this will be huge when it does release. Benny Bennasi is back with another remix and I am really feeling this one. He strays from his normal sound that he has beaten us over the head with and gone to a more progressive sound. The vocals from Florence and the Machine work perfectly, though Benny got lazy and didn’t clean them up, over the synths and bass lines from Bennasi.
DOWNLOAD: Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out (Benny Benassi Extended Mix)
Posted by GMONEY on February 22, 2011
For those of you who’d like to witness Machine Gun Kelly’s eccentric behavior, watch the video posted above. “3 Minutes After a Show with Machine Gun Kelly” not only includes a clip of him exclaiming that he will, “Fuck 5 bitches in one hour,” but also portrays his apparent love for conveniant-store-frollicking and alcohol.
Check out another recent video of MGK, with Juicy J (and an appearance by Steve-O), here.
Now that you’ve watched the two videos posted above, you should download MGK’s new track with XV–who dropped the track via Twitter today. It’s straight fire!
DOWNLOAD: XV ft. Machine Gun Kelly – Finally Home
Saigon’s “Down The Road,” is an additional track off his album, The Greatest Story Never Told. The track was featured on an exclusive bonus disc, sold only at FYE locations.
DOWNLOAD: Saigon – Down The Road
As part of “Monster Mondays,” Swiss Beatz dropped the mastered version of “Top Down,” a leftover track from his 2007 LP, One Man Band Man.
DOWNLOAD: Nas ft. Swizz Beatz – Top Down