I absolutely love Tommy Trash. Since day one he’s been consistent in the music he produces, remixes, dabbles in… you get the idea. This track is no different, although slightly more of a deep/tech house track than his others, it slowly carries itself into and back out of a melodic realm that I’m sure you’ll all love. This is just one track from the “Higher” EP available on Beatport on June 10th via OWSLA/Boysnoize Records.
Destructo - Higher (Tommy Trash Remix)
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I feel like this track literally came out of the blue… I mean a Michael Jackson remix? Why now??? (Apparently it’s old – like 6 months – but I, obviously missed it) Either way, I’m definitely not complaining because I’ve always been a fan of MJ’s and to have Nero remix him into a flashy, 80s throwback dub electro track is like finding a diamond ring in the sand at the beach. I haven’t felt so amped off a track like this in a long time – refreshing, in your face, loud and soooo catchy.
Michael Jackson - Speed Demon (Nero Remix)
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We’ve been big fans of Feed Me from the get go and I’m happy to say that today, Feed Me has released his brand new EP called Death By Robot - an incredible contribution to the electro-house scene. Jon Gooch, as he is known by his friends and family has done it yet again. With the single of the EP (Death By Robot) being somewhat upbeat and catchy to kicking it off with Gravel, a hard-hitting, filthy and yet beautifully composed 6 minute gem. Yet somehow, I don’t think the EP title could be any more informative on how it might sound. Here it is! Enjoy.
Death By Robot (Original Mix)
Dialup Days (Original Mix)
Dialup Days (Original Mix)
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Aylen always surprises me with his ability to produce many different styles and types of music. His self-produced tracks are phenomenal, as are his remixes, bootlegs and mashups. This mashup is no different. Combining Flux Pavilion, Baauer, iNexus, Dev, and the Cataracs flawlessly, I love the way this track sounds and feels. I think you will too! Enjoy kids.
Bass Cannon Yaow (Aylen Mashup) - Aylen
The Bronze Whale teamed up with Ianborg on this one for a massive collab remix of The Weeknd‘s ”Twenty Eight”. The remix is really smooth and chill in general with the added dubstep infused chillstep synths that pair so well with the already present vocals.
Twenty Eight (Ianborg & Bronze Whale Bootleg)
Schoolboy Q has a very distinct style; I’ve never heard anyone like him. He’s got a very nice and jumbled flow: he doesn’t necessarily follow the beat exactly but it still sounds smooth. Q is very versatile, you could listen to his song when your working out or just chilling. He deserves more recognition. The third song below tells when I like to listen to him. Before I forget I must give a shoutout to my buddy Sam for showing me There He Go. Enjoy.
There He Go - Schoolboy Q
Bet I Got Some Weed - Schoolboy Q
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Trap is taking over the EDM scene, and I’m loving every minute of it. It’s great to see young artists, such as my personal favorite Alex Young, but it’s also cool to see more experienced DJs expand their skills into the trap game. Datsik has done just that, and in a BIG way, with the two tracks that follow.
Swagga (Trap VIP) - Datsik
Bonafide Hustler (Trap VIP) - Datsik
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This is not the type of thing I’d usually post but sometimes its good to shake things up a bit. Mac Miller shows an alter ego as Larry Lovestein in this jazzy album in collaboration with The Velvet Revival. Most of you, and I, know and like Mac as this, but I actually really like this side of him and I’m looking forward to seeing more of it. Download the full EP here, and enjoy this mellow music perfect for a rainy day.
Larry Lovestein & The Velvel Revival - Suspicions
Larry Lovestein & The Velvel Revival – A Moment 4 Jazz