“The Thrill” by Nero

Heres a pretty recent track from Nero. I recently found this after discovering Nero’s most recent release “Between || Worlds” which is also a great track and can be found on his Soundcoud. This tune is saccharine and wobby, with a classic Nero feel. Make sure to turn up the bass and get your falsetto ready.

“The Sound of Science” by Doctor P (Cookie Monsta Remix)

Aaahh, some good old fashioned Dr. P. I saw the good doctor in concert this summer and he killed it just as if it were 2010. While dubstep has been phased out of the EDM scene recently, its not like its dead, and new stuff with alot of the same sound with some clear trap influence mixed in keeps coming out. This song has a super energetic vibe, with a bunch of different build ups to keep you guessing, and some great dubstep noises post drop to keep your whole body moving.

“Beauty of the Unhidden Heart” (Bassnectar Remix) by The Glitch Mob

Bassnectars version of this song is just as you would expect it, pretty similar to the original but with a few drops and a whole bunch more in the low end. This song really makes your speakers sing. I love the second edition of the drop, where you really “feel it all again,” but in a new way. The rest of the remix album is dope as well so check it out below.

“government” by Herzloyde

Heres a pretty sweet dark  dubstep piece by Herzeloyde, a DJ out of Melbourne. This song is pretty awesome throughout and definitely keeps your head bobbin.

Zeds Dead Drops Massive “Dead of Winter” Mix

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The guys from Zeds Dead wanted everyone to stay warm, so they dropped their brand new “Dead of Winter” mix for their fans. And I can definitely say, these guys did so with success.

The mix has a ton of brand new tracks within the mix, and starting off the mix with their hit, “Lost You,” is never a bad idea. Soon after, the mix jumps into their upcoming collaboration with Oliver Heldens entitled “You Know.” The guys seriously out do themselves by infusing both classic sounds of deep house with the new underground house / future bass sounds and even a little bit of dubstep. There’s something for everybody in the mix. Pure insanity.

Video: “Kali 47″ by Savant

After a successful release of his most recent album “Zion,” Savant is back and has brought a friend along for the ride. Mike Diva, an award-winning music video director, has taken up the challenge of creating the visuals for Savant’s “Kali 47.”

The video, released exclusively with UKF, features a story of heroes versus aliens. The FX in the video is simply, amazing. Mike Diva follows a Tarantino/Rodriguez style and makes an entertaining storyline that compliments Savant’s track.

Savant is a producer that gets overlooked by the commercial scene, but there’s definitely no problems with that. The talents of Savant are clearly evident in tracks like “Kali 47.” In a time where “EDM” has becoming saturated with formulaic tracks, Savant brings forth a refreshing sound that goes against the grain of today’s scene.

EP: “Take Ü There (Remixes)” by Jack U ft. Kiesza

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Since the release of “Take Ü There” ft. Kiesza, the excitement surrounding both Jack U, a duo consisting of Skrillex and Diplo, and Kiesca have exploded. Producers from all types of genres knew that they needed to take a stab at the once in a lifetime opportunity to land a spot on the official remixes EP.

Zeds Dead, TJR, Vindata, Netsky, Felix Cartal, and Tujamo all are fortunate enough to be able to claim the opportunity. There are artists from OWSLA, like Vindata, to artists from Dim Mak, like Felix Cartal and Tujami, on the bill. This just means there’s a remix in this EP for everyone.

Skrillex and Diplo are currently gearing up for their NYE performance in Madison Square Garden with support from A$AP Ferg, Rudimental, and Yellow Claw. If you’re around, don’t miss out on the show

Release Date: December 23, 2014 | iTunes