Before we all get lost in Halloween, thought you guys might want to see the third piece to Porter’s documentary he’s putting together from his tour. It’s a light one that goes into his thought process behind his show and the music he’s been creating lately.
Is anybody else as excited as I am about Torro Torro’s HUGE new release? This tune is fuego. Torro Torro is always innovating new sounds; they’re very unique. I’ve been waiting on some new material like this from the Canadian duo, and it finally came. It’s up for free download, and you can’t beat free, so be sure to grab it if you like it. They also have a new song dropping on November 4th via Mad Decent titled “CA$HVILLE,” preview down below, as well as one of my favorite remixes from them.
DJ Craze really cleared the air with this video. ‘DJ’ is a seriously abused term today. Real disc-jockeys are actually really rare and DJ Craze is a dying breed. I got to see him at Ultra in 2013 and he was unreal. This video proves that what most of you are paying money for is somewhat of a rip-off. I think it makes more sense to call them ‘producers’. Well done Craze.
Catch him on Halloween at Pier of Fear x BOO! in NYC. Should be insane and I’m sure he’ll put on for the blood thirsty crowd. See you there! #RealDJing
“Thats like the B-boy in me too. The reason I was good at battling and shit was because of this.When I get pissed off, I want to speak with the turntables and kill it.” – Craze
As I mentioned in my post about Victor Niglio’s “Ghostbusters” remix, Whiiite has been cooking up a mixtape with all of his friends featured on it. Each track is themed as a throwback Halloween track that has been revamped.
We get everything from dubstep to future bass. Some notable tracks? James Egbert’s remix to “Thriller” and Jauz’s remix to the “Jaws Theme.” Overall, this compilation of tracks will definitely put you in the Halloween mood.
In preparation for Freaknight Festival 2014, Botnek has created an anthem entitled “Grindhouse.” With the drop, you’ll hear the signature Botnek percussion synth. Just a straight assault of sounds. Botnek warns listeners:
The track is literally about chainsaws and nightmares. Absolutely NSFW, or even clubs. Earplugs and 18+ suggested.
Steve Aoki also has backed up the Dim Mak bros with a remix. Essentially, the remix turns things up a little bit with fatter synth sounds and more of an electro influence. The remix will be included after the jump.
Release Date: October 27, 2014 | Beatport
Australia seems to be creating a ton of new artists with insane amounts of talent. Carmada, a recent OWSLA signee, has released their visuals for “Maybe.” Pretty simple track with a lot riding on the drop. With the heavy, electro feel, they completely catch you off guard from the lighthearted mood that the intro and build set.
The music video adds some more support for the track. On a casual ride through Southern California, there’s also opportunities for you to rebellious and even a little random. That’s what Carmada seems to be all about. Hopefully, the new OWSLA-endorsement will help their breakthrough in the American dance music market.
Our friend 5 & A Dime is back with a brand new Halloween edition of his ‘Tempo’ mix series. ‘Tempo 6′ is jam packed with some heavy hitting tracks that will have you raging wherever you are listening. This mix is unlike any of past ‘Tempo’ mixes that 5 & A Dime has done, this one has 59 tracks mixed into this hour long mix. It features artists like Dyro, Skrillex, Charlie Darker, New World Sound, Knife Party, and many others. I had the opportunity to listen to the debut of this mix live last night on Mixify, and trust me you will not be disappointed. Be on the lookout for a 3 track EP coming from 5 & A Dime very soon! #BASSMOB