Bass, Electronic | 5 & A Dime Goes “Mental” On New Track

Posted by on May 14, 2016

Experimental bass music at it’s finest right here, folks. Philly-based producer 5 & A Dime absolutely destroyed this new original called “Mental,” if you’re a bass head get ready to geek out after listening above! 5 has already gotten support from DJ Snake, The Chainsmokers, Baauer, R3hab, Deorro and many others thus far and with songs as large as this one I’m sure the list will grow monthly. Enjoy!

House | Turn Up To Deorro’s “No More Promises” EP ft Will Sparks, Dirty Audio, + More!

Posted by on December 22, 2015

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Deorro releases No More Promises enlisting a sweet line up of talent with Will Sparks, Dirty Audio, and ZooFunktion, for that extra spike in your eggnog for the holidays. I’m jamming at the moment to “Haters” and if you like “5 Hours” and “5 More Hours” featuring Chris Brown, you’re going to dig the fun bounce to it. 2016’s about to be a party, this is a must listen!

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Videos | Deorro Releases Official Music Video for “Five More Hours”

Posted by on May 1, 2015

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Deorro’s good time anthem, “Five More Hours”, pays homage to one of his very first releases, “Five Hours.” With vocals by Chris Brown, the blazing dance floor tune accumulated over 48 million streams on Spotify, and over 32 million streams on YouTube in a few months. Now, the latest rendition of Deorro’s biggest hit to date is getting a proper visual treatment. “Five More Hours'” music video depicts Chris Brown’s car breaking down in the desert leaving him stranded. Shortly after, a bus full of party goers on their way to Coachella comes to the rescue and they all make it to the party just in time, where they meet up with Deorro, and tear up the Sahara tent. Stream the music video above and grab the song on iTunes.


Electro | Deorro X Chris Brown – Five More Hours

Posted by on March 5, 2015

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Deorro has been a mainstay in EDM over the past couple years since he busted onto the scene with “Yee” and the original “Five Hours.” Now of EDM royalty, the LA-based producer has teamed up with the decorated star, Chris Brown, to dominate the radio with “Five More Hours.” Whether or not you have hesitations about Chris Brown on the track, one listen to this new version will set the record straight as it’s an infectious dance floor jam. Check it out to hear for yourself, and grab the track on iTunes.

Featured | Deorro Is Ready To Leave His Mark On 2015

Posted by on January 13, 2015

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Deorro is a name thats on everyone’s lips these days. He’s gone from small town club venues to mainstages world-wide and he’s showing no signs of slowing down. His latest release on Ultra Records is a testament to this fact and boy oh boy has he added a whole new meaning to the term “bass.” The development of Deorro as an artist has exponential, as the quality of each release brings something fresh to the ever-changing EDM club scene. Above you can get a first hand experience of the type of party Deorro likes to throw. He’s finding a balance in his music that is both ear catching and groove-provoking – an element of his music I hope he does not ever plan to change.

Scope out his latest EP “Boombox” and if you’re attending Coachella don’t miss an opportunity have your face melted.

Electro-House, Progressive House | Steve Aoki ft. Polina – Come With Me (Remixes)

Posted by on February 19, 2013


The traveling entertainer / aspiring Olympic trampolinist / raver rafter / cake sniper, Steve Aoki has finally released the remix package for single with Polina “Come With Me”. The Pierce Fulton remix that was previewed a long time ago at last gets its release by Steve Aoki and the gang at Ultra Records with its quick electro bursts and driving bass line. The Jidax remix gets a rerelease from the Wonderland remix album and it is my favorite of the bunch with its blistering synths and punchy low end. Both Lazy Rich and up and comer Deorro put their own unique electro spin on the track with powerful grinding low ends. Doorly comes in with the heaviest interpretation of the track with bass heavy, growling dubstep remix.

Beatport: Steve Aoki – Come With Me (Remixes)

Electro-House, Progressive House | Chuckie & Junxterjack – Make Some Noise (Remixes)

Posted by on December 7, 2012

Dirty dutch master Chuckie gave us the driving, bleepy original and now has assembled some quality talent to remix this great track. It starts with the biggest name Laidback Luke, who unsurprisingly delivers the best remix keeping many of the elements of the original, but giving the drop driving electro synths for a fuller body. GLOWINTHEDARK & Wax Motif give it a trap twist, while Deorro goes along the same path as Laidback Luke, but adds more of a dutch feel to it and gives great variation between both drops. Mastiksoul adds a tribal feel to the track with more percussion and Crookers rounds out the package with a high pitched lead.

Beatport: Chuckie & Junxterjack – Make Some Noise (Remixes)