Posts tagged Electro-House
You got gator boots, with the pimped out Gucci suit? Got a quarter tank of gas in your new E-class? Feel like your DJ set has been missing the Big Tymers anthem Still Feeling Fly? Kastra is here to put all those issues to rest* (*mainly the DJ set issue…your ass-being-broke problem may still proceed after this) with this gritty electro edit of the dirty south classic up for free download on his SoundCloud. This one brought back all sorts of memories…mainly about MTV Cribs?
Kastra vs. Big Tymers – Still Feeling Fly
Written by: @randymcrandell | @thatnewjam
After a relentless barrage of remixes, R3hab has gotten back to his “The Bottle Song” basics and created another teeth-clenching electro grindfest. Bruxism be damned, Fadil’s latest collaboration with ZROQ, accurately titled “Skydrop”, is the type of sawtooth driven party music we’ve come to expect from one of the scene’s most prolific producers.
R3hab & ZROQ – Skydrop (Original Mix)
Written by: @aimxhigh | @thatnewjam
It’s been a busy day for Russian group Hard Rock Sofa, who not only dropped their new track Chemistry (Turn The Flame Higher) with Swanky Tunes and Matisse & Sadko this morning, but also two fresh David Guetta and Norman Doray & Nervo remixes for us to feast on. Check out the excellent video for Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher) below, and also their two new remixes!
Hard Rock Sofa, Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – Chemistry (Turn The Flame Higher)
Norman Doray & Nervo ft. Cookie – Something to Believe In (Hard Rock Sofa Remix)
David Guetta, Taped Rai – Just One Last Time (Hard Rock Sofa Big Room Remix)
Written by: @roper22 | @thatnewjam
Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records have steadfastly established themselves as one of the most prominent group of artists on the EDM scene today. The label’s French foursome Dirtyphonics dropped their newest dubstep single DIRTY about two weeks ago, and since its release, I haven’t been able to stop listening. The single is a monster, with an entrancing buildup taking you into a signature Dirtyphonics drop full of big bass and catchy melodies.
If the original isn’t quite your style, don’t worry. Along with the single came four different takes, with remixes from names like 12th Planet and Metrik. 12th Planet’s remix is an example of why following the trap genre’s evolution has become so fun. Watching big names put their spin on trap leaves me anxious to hear where else this genre can go. Nicolas Malinowsky also puts out a wonderful trap remix that might hit closer to home for all of you out there who enjoy the ‘classic’ style of trap that we’ve come to know.
Metrik creates a wonderful Drum n Bass remix with enough twists and turns to keep you interested and engaged throughout the full 4:13. Darth & Vader contribute a wonderful electro-house remix, kicking up the pace from the original, but keeping the hard bass, ultimately making the remix a great banger with superb synth-work.
Make sure to give this track and the remixes a listen-through. If you enjoy it, grab the whole set on Beatport!
Written by: @roper22 | @thatnewjam
Its officially the victory lap for Sonny Moore aka Skrillex as he took 3 of the 5 GRAMMY awards he was nominated for last night and he let’s us join in with a freebie by the name of My Good Bye. Tapping into his roots from the From First to Last, Skrillex brings his own vocals over a synth heavy track that will most definitely come as a surprise to some. His new album Voltage will be coming out sometime later this year on his growing empire OWSLA. Regardless, congrats to Mr. Moore, continually bringing EDM to higher levels.