Mix | Jack Rabbit Goes Dark for Halloween Mix

Posted by on October 24, 2016

So… Jack Rabbit gets evil huh? This mix is creepy as hell, but good, really good. With some of the darkest music we’ve heard accompanied by various creepy movies quotes, this mix perfectly sets the mood for these days leading up to Halloween. We had no idea that the rabbit had this side to him, seeing as all of his previous mixes are so jolly and playful… his range in music taste is impressive.

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Mix | Jack Rabbit Radio | Session 009

Posted by on October 5, 2016

Jack Rabbit is back, this time with a little slower hop than normal. Session 009 is super laidback and dreamy… and as he claims in the bio, “could definitely set the mood for some romantic endeavors.” Although the change of pace, we still love the mix. It truly shows his range in music taste and was executed very well. Jack Rabbit never fails to impress. Make sure to support and come back in two weeks for more.

Chill, Electronic | Hounded’s new track will make you “Feel So Right”

Posted by on September 7, 2016

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“Feel So Right” is the new track from Australian producer Hounded, teaming up with Californian singer/songwriter Bamiyah. This track has a chill jungle-house vibe to it, making it packed with emotions – both happy and sad. It definitely takes skill to create a tune that brings out such a wide range of feelings, and Bamiyah’s voice perfectly suits this piece. She said, “The records lyrics delve into the idea of believing that you are right for someone, and can make them happy even if they do not see it. It is almost a plea to a significant other to prove your worthiness.” Check out “Feel So Right” now!

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Mix | Kap Slap’s Summer Mix is here

Posted by on June 16, 2016

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Kap Slap’s mixes have never failed to please our ears, move our bodies, and light up a party – and this time is no different. Kap Slap’s summer mix is finally here and it features some fire tracks and mashups put together by the man himself, blending genres and styles to truly take the listener on a musical journey. With his newest original, “Felt This Good”, picking up some serious steam and seeing a wide range of support, Kap Slap continues to define this summer in music with this hour long mix. Be sure to check out the mix now and don’t miss his live shows – he’ll be performing at Center of Gravity and HellowFest, among others, this summer!

Abstract Hip-Hop | Vulkan The Krusader – Echo Chamber (Prod. by Yakamoto Kotzuga)

Posted by on February 1, 2014

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NYC via FLA emcee Vulkan The Krusader has been locked away in his studio hard at work for the past year. The spoils are set to drop on Feb 14th, Valentines day in the form of VX13, featuring a 13 original joints that range from future boom bap to dream-wave chill, with collabs from Sean Price, Kyle Rapps and Spaceman and more.

Vulkan tells me that “Echo Chamber” was written from the perspective of a love struck homicidal maniac whom he read about in a newspaper article. Ranging from purposefully slightly off key vocals to his on-point, punchy delivery, this track serves as nice cross-section of his talents, but there is so much more, stay tuned.

Hip-Hop, Videos | Accent — Just For Tonight (feat. Jitta On The Track) [Lyric Video]

Posted by on December 15, 2013

We’re all a part of a moment in hip-hop history during which artists who self-identify as “rappers” range drastically in regards to how they define that role, the kind of music they create and label as “hip-hop”, the kind of technical skill they possess. The aesthetic sound of rapping has become a ubiquitous part of pop radio, and with this change most of the rappers who strive for mainstream attention work harder to try to fit the mold of simplicity that generally regulates what becomes a hit or doesn’t. Within such a concentrated industry, there are limited outlets for the fan both of technically skilled rappers and melodicism; rappers who can really spit, but also who’ll experiment with club-ready production (hence the rapid success of artists who occasionally fit this mold: Kendrick, Macklemore, etc.). Tonight we bring you a record striving to do just this—simultaneously satisfy the tastes of both those who love the kind of melodic, synth-heavy trap beats that Judge (who—if you’re a Mike Stud fan—you’ve likely heard the work of on multiple occasions) so expertly crafts, and also appease those who listen to hip-hop for the advanced lyricism; the kind of alliteration, wordplay, and rhyme schemes that have become synonymous with Accent’s work. This is the kind of song that you can enjoy for whatever it is that makes your head bang, though I certainly hope you’re the kind of people who listen to lyrics. Accent’s new mixtape, The Last Lyricist, drops this winter.

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House, Progressive House | Danzfolk – The Other Side EP

Posted by on September 8, 2013

Danzfolk - The Other Side EPCanadian house duo, Danzfolk are fresh faces to the scene, but they have the makeup to become the progressive stars from Canada. The duo just released a 4-track EP “The Other Side” for free that shows the wide range of styles they can put together in one body of work. The EP combines big progressive melodies, blaring horns, and even a funky, disco track “Bring It Back“, to finish out the EP on a nostalgic note.

Free Download: Danzfolk – The Other Side EP