Check out the new Triple J mix from Sub Focus:
“Tell Me,” the long awaited collab between Henry Steinway’s RL Grime project and What So Not, Australia’s duo of Emoh Instead and Flume, has finally been released. This track has been teased in live shows from RL Grime and fans have been eagerly waiting its official release. Wait no longer, “Tell Me” hit Soundcloud today at new and features distinct sounds you’ve grown to love from these artists. The future bass sounds of What So Not and the prominent trap feel of RL Grime result in a bone-shaking bass anthem.
The 19 year old Texas producer Skrux has struck gold with his latest release “Escapade.” The artist labels this one ‘love trap’ and you’ll see why. All the familiarities of the genre are there, but Skrux‘s sound provides warmth in the form of well spaced kicks and snares alongside an up-pitched vocal track. From the start, “Escapade” pulls you in with its atmosphere and creeping vocals, but as soon as the heat picks up you’re already hooked. Definitely a track I’ll be frequenting.
Since following Alex Young’s recent release of his festival anthem remix of Icona Pop’s track “Just Another Night”, he has released a new original trappy-wonky electro synth beated track called “Madlibs”. The melodic trap and wonky electro synth beat created on “Madlibs” accompanies the hijinks of Alex and other participant in the video that was included with the new song release, to go along with the sounds…or beatings in this matter, as he gets clocked multiple times to tha face. Hope you enjoy.
Following up Avicii’s out of the box guest mix, we have none other then trap beast RL Grime filling the second half off of this weekend’s monsterous Diplo and Friends radio show. This mix features 60 minutes of some unreleased trap bombs and favorites seamlessly mixed together. He throws some bangin hip-hop mixed in between unreleased trap anthems like “Baddest” from Baauer and “Crowd Control” from Flosstradmus & DJ Sliink. He ends the mix with a huge unknown remix to Chief Kief’s “Love Sosa” that goes off. This should have some massive global appeal to all fans of trap and hip-hop. Turn this up, and patiently await the latest from mr. Grime. Also don’t miss his recent Hard Miami 2013 Mixtape from last week as well. Enjoy.
Martin Garrix, the 17 year old Dutch DJ/producer, has grown to become one of the most recognized names in electronic music. With his major releases of “Animals” and Jay Hardway collab “Wizard”, he has held the #1 position on several music charts, and by the looks of it, he will probably snag those spots again in the future. Now he brings us his newest release, “Proxy”, right before he headlines both Ultra and Coachella this year. Be sure to grab your free download of “Proxy” from Spinnin Records on Soundcloud!
Check out this must-hear bootleg of We Want Some Pussy (2 Live Crew vs. Showtek & Noisecontrollers vs. Z&Z vs. Vanic) by Ram Forreal!
Check out the preview video for Carnage & Junkie Kid’s upcoming track “Krakatoa”, available March 24th.
Charlie Pepin – Ball So Hard by Hucci X Stooki Sound
John Cranston – Sun Models by ODESZA
Nick Murphy – Aerosol Can Refix by Mr. Carmack
Cody Sharp – My Love (FAUX Bootleg) by Route 94
Jake Finn – Going Funky by Alpha Noize & Jusbe
Nick Moreno – Mad Man by Condukta
Joe Fisiorek – DJ Turn It Up (TIGHTTRAXX & ETC!ETC! Remix) by Yellow Claw
Zach Schopp – Fuzzy Peach (LOUDPVCK Remix) by Brillz & Minxx
Along with Pretty Lights’ upload of his “A Color Map of The Sun” album B-side “Lost and Found” original track is this phenomenal remix from production duo ODESZA. Their style of electronic music infused with hip hop influences has been able to flow together with Pretty Lights’ sound pretty damn well.