Bass | Grabbitz Reconstructs Karma Field’s ‘Build The Cities’

Posted by on May 13, 2015

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Ladies and gentlemen he is back. Grabbitz has time-after-time impressed the kid with the flawless production and the thoughtful construction of music that he has brought to the table. At this point anything ‘Grabbitz’ branded will sky rocket to the top. This remix to the already powerful original is so smooth, which is a weird term to use for someone who uses heavy bass crunches on repeat. Don’t sleep on this fat remix – grab it.

Dubstep | Chelsea Wolfe – Feral Love (Collin McLoughlin Game Of Thrones Remix)

Posted by on April 8, 2014

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Collin McLoughlin always delivers. Today is no exception, with his new Chelsea Wolfe “Feral Love (Game Of Thrones Remix)” that just hit the interwebs this morning. Pulling the haunting and ominous original into a more euphoric and almost hip hop influenced direction McLoughlin has once again brought his signature bass swells, smooth plucks and ambient sound to the table, this time creating a unique blend of trance, melodic dub step and even trap into a new sonic fixture. Re-sung by the extremely talented Mona Moua, Collin’s new remix is nothing short of awesome. Dubbed “Lannister-Step” it seems that winter has finally come in the form of this awesome “Game Of Thrones” remix.

Electronic, Videos | Kaytranada – At All (Video)

Posted by on October 2, 2013

I don’t know if y’all are onto this yet but Kaytranada is basically one of the coolest producers out there right now. I mean, over pretty much any big artists in the game, I’d wanna kick it with him. Not only does he come off trill af, but this guy is in a whole other playing field, struttin’ to the beat of his own 808. And his music video for “At All” that just dropped today is the perfect example. I don’t wanna spoil it for you but really, who can make hanging out with female body builders look like the sweetest thing in the world? Not many.

But we’re here for the music anyways, right? In an interview with Noisey, Kaytranada broke down his creative process for this track in particular:

“I was in Paris when I did that song and I just wanted to make a track because I had producer’s block when I was on tour and I couldn’t do any music. I had this long break when I was in Paris though so I decided to take this Chaka Khan song. It’s one of my favourites called “I Love You, I Live You” and I just did random stuff. I usually play with the pitch of the sample but this time I just messed with it. I thought I’d bring something new to the table because not a lot of producers play with their style like that. The drums are like what I usually do with other songs.”

You can purchase his much-anticipated EP via HW&W Recordings on October 16th, and catch him live on tour with Groundislava and Jerome LOL. Check here for dates. In the meantime you can get back to your workout, and don’t forget: friends don’t let friends skip leg day.

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Progressive House | Icona Pop – Girlfriend (Ted Nights Bootleg)

Posted by on September 8, 2013

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I don’t have much time, too many girls know my email so I’ll make this quick. Here is a progressive house remix of Icona Pop’s “Girlfriend” by the Swedish Ted Nights, just like it says in the title. There isn’t really much more for me to say. This track sounds like almost every other track I post. It’s formulaic and doesn’t bring anything new to the table. Sadly though, this is what the genre has become and for those of you who still enjoy it, you will probably like this.

Free Download: Icona Pop – Girlfriend (Ted Nights Bootleg)

Electro, Trap | Machel Montano – The Fog (Major Lazer & Grandtheft Remix)

Posted by on July 15, 2013

Machel Montano - The Fog (Major Lazer & Grandtheft Remix)Major Lazer are known for the wide range of musical influences and styles that they draw on and look to incorporate into their music. Whether it is their original work or remixes, they always bring something new to the table. In this latest remix with trap up-and-comer Grandtheft, they take this recent dance hall original from Machel Montano and add slight changes to make it their own. Instead of going for what has been their hallmark lately in trap, they stylize the remix around the dance hall sound, with chunky drums and synths that add an extra element to the track. The remix is free so be sure to grab this one below.

Hip-Hop | DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne – No New Friends (SFTB Remix)

Posted by on April 15, 2013

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Here’s the predictable first single off of DJ Khaled’s “Suffering From Success”. The only thing that DJ Khaled seems to be suffering from is a penchant for fast food and putting his name on tracks that he had nothing to do with. DJ Khaled is the type of guy that copy-pastes a joke he found on Twitter, changes a few words, and calls it his own so we can stunt on his timeline. Why artists (other than the fact that he’s the president of Def Jam South) choose to work with him is beyond me. He brings nothing to the table.

Electro | Rudimental – Feel The Love (Kill Paris Remix)

Posted by on March 28, 2013

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Kill Paris makes straight up baby making music. There is no way around it. He may be the Barry White of EDM — if Barry White was small, white and took slightly creepy pictures in sunflower fields, but I digress. Kill Paris’ combinination of funk, soul, grit and electro makes his sound ideal for what Rudimental brings to the table for what was one my favorite tracks in 2012 and one of the biggest dnb tracks of the year commercially. The remix keeps John Newman’s soulful vocals and lets Kill Paris work his magic, giving it the unique flavor of gritty undercurrents and playful piano motifs that create almost an entirely new track.

Beatport: Rudimental – Feel The Love (Kill Paris Remix)